For Right or Wrong
For For Right Or Wrong is a documentary feature made in conjunction with Burton Snowboards, which profiles several of the companies sponsored riders in their various snow board disciplines; Pipe, Street, Free Ride and Big Air. A large part of the action takes place around the snowboard wunderkind Shaun White, as he prepares to compete in the 2006 winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy. The other various narrative strands follow the different paths of the individual boarders as we see them in action and they talk about why it is they do what they do. The film also introduces Burton Snow Board founder and CEO of Burton, Jake Burton Carpenter.
- Stars:Jake Burton, George Burton Carpenter, Kelly Clark, Danny Davis, Kier Dillon, Dave Downing, Dimitry Fesenko, Terje Håkonsen, Jeremy Jones, Mads Jonsson, Kazuhiro Kokubo, Nicolas Müller, Shaun White,
- Director:Matt Goodman,
- Writer:Kern Konwiser, Kip Konwiser, Sean Mortimer
Snowboard pioneer Jake Burton explains what it's like to live within the bubble of pro boarding in this documentary featuring footage of expert riders on and off the slopes, at home and during expeditions to the world's premier peaks. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
For Right or Wrong torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: A truly unexpected film and great music as well.
(br) wrote: This needs to come with a health warning! That's how bad it is!
(fr) wrote: It s a totally different movie from Hostel... If you understand what is really going on.I enjoyed it.
(ru) wrote: Don't usually go for thrillers. Tend to not find them all that, should I say, thrilling. However, 'Transsiberian' effectively engaged me in a couple's train journey which ends up not going according to plan. Performances are good, the atmosphere constantly remains tense and the story's focused and grounded direction means it stays on the right track.
(kr) wrote: great history of punk rock
(kr) wrote: Muy probablemente estamos refiriendo a una de las 10 "no mejores" de Disney.
(kr) wrote: Horrifying. Simply horrifying. And awful. But some good effects and the end credits feature Talking Heads. So, that's a plus?
(nl) wrote: I will admit, I am not age appropriate for this movie. I decided to watch this because I was so used to seeing the trailers for this at the beginning of all my old Disney VHS Tapes. But going in to it as an adult, I didn't think it was that bad. The kids are a good group of kid actors and the parents get some laughs and the movie takes advantage of every opportunity with the kids the size of an ant. They use the grass as slides, a little drop of water seems like a river, a giant battle between an ant and a ... scorpion??, and the deadly lawnmower. For kids, this is a pretty fun movie. For adults, not a bad choice if you are babysitting.
(ru) wrote: I suppose the critics were really hard on this film due to its lack of direction. On one hand it's the story of F.D.R.'s rife infidelity. It is narrated by Laura Linney, who plays Roosevelt's distant cousin Daisy; and one of the president's love interests. Contrastingly, it tells the story of the English monarchy's first ever visit to America. This momentous event is a historical truth, although much of the detail is speculative. Perhaps the script could have been a bit tighter and more focused, but I rather enjoyed this unique insight into a part of history I remain fairly ignorant of. The acting stood out for me as especially superb. I honestly didn't know that Bill Murray had the ability to make an audience forget his true identity. He must have studied F.D.R.'s mannerisms for ages, so complete was the transformation. He was at once licentious, candid, conversational, needy, and a little creepy. I hadn't known much about Roosevelt coming into the film, and so I was riveted. I found the casting of King George VI refreshing; although Olivia Colman's was surely a bit shrill and frantic for the lovely Queen Mum. Did she just mellow gracefully into a serene old woman? Or was her panicked anxiety merely a film device?In any event, I deem the other reviews a bit unfair. Bill Murray should look back on this one as one of his finer achievements.
(fr) wrote: A film that must be seen in the darkness for better effect for its creepy atmosphere.