Generation 68

Generation 68

At the end of the Sixties a cultural revolution took place, culminating in Europe with the student riots of 1968. It was a revolution that changed the arts and culture in the larger sense, ...

At the end of the Sixties a cultural revolution took place, culminating in Europe with the student riots of 1968. It was a revolution that changed the arts and culture in the larger sense, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Generation 68 torrent reviews

Ronnie N (es) wrote: It's funny looks amazing the action is awesome the story is simple it develops them gives them all a purpose the acting is fantastic i loved the movie.

Ara B (mx) wrote: A tale where you cannot but cry over the death of a drug addict. Because Colin. Colin Colin Colin. See Colin Morgan in a coffin is something I could have lived without. A heartbreaking film. Beautifully filmed, slow and painful, but still so full of life.

Chris C (kr) wrote: first 10mins we pretty good but rest of movie was a bore, good paycheck for al pacino a great actor starring in bad films at the moment

Kevin D (ru) wrote: Skip all the other dopey american vampire movies. This Danish one's quiet, eerie and excellent.

Ray C (ag) wrote: Wow, that wasn't so good. Terrible dialogue, mindless plot, creatures aren't too bad.

Jacob L (es) wrote: 6/15/15I grew up watching this! I turned 14 on June 6th (don't judge) and just watched that on Netflix today and... I still like this movie! Barnyard represents an very good animation about animals that love to party and intelligent at the same time. Even tho there are some sad parts, this one is still watchable. Barnyard is 'also' a fun film, little comedy hidden that are funny enough, and pretty entertaining for this to stand the title. Pretty good enjoyable film!!

James H (mx) wrote: They could have done so much with the story, it could have been funny, in a black Beverly Hillbillies sort of way. Instead they went the cheap comedy route, insulting, dreadfully cliched, overacted and it simply is not very funny.

Troy F (it) wrote: Sadly, this is the only documentary made about the greatest electric guitarist of all-time. Thank god it kicks ass. Nothing beats Jimi's perfomance of "Like a Rolling Stone" and the footage of Jimi humping amplifiers and setting his guitar on fire at the Monterey Pop Festival are awe inspiring... pure voodoo!

Rick M (us) wrote: When Dr. Frankenstein is killed by a monster he created, his daughter and his lab assistant Marshall continue his experiments. The two fall in love and attempt to transplant Marshall's brain in to the muscular body of a retarded servant Stephen, in order to prolong the aging Marshall's life. Meanwhile, the first monster seeks revenge on the grave robbers who sold the body parts used in its creation to Dr. Frankenstein. Soon it comes after Marshall and the doctor's daughter.

Christopher E (au) wrote: Not only is it a story about one man's conquest to become the greatest chess player in the world, but a look into the paranoia that consumed him."Pawn Sacrifice" is the true story of Bobby Fischer, a chess fanatic - to put it lightly. Living in the era where Communism was a major threat and nations were on the brink of nuclear war, he decides to single-handily face the entire Soviet Union in the wits of Chess. As the whole world watched his battles, it was apparent that this was more important than the sport itself, and that his madness would lead to a world of crazy.I was pretty interested in this movie initially, as I didn't really know much about Bobby Fischer and what he did. I've never been a chess guy, and hell, I don't even know the first thing about playing Chess. However, I think Tobey Maguire has plenty of talent, and the overall idea intrigued me. This movie actually exceeded my expectations and more. The character of Bobby Fischer is an interesting one, albeit unlikable at times. I love seeing the mindset of this guy who was ultimately consumed by this one thing, and I loved learning more about what happened. After exploding onto the scenes as a young boy, he becomes so entranced and consumed by chess, ultimately driving him mad. To the public, although he was this figure that could take down the USSR in a different way, in reality, he was a mad, imaginative, crazy, admirable, astounding, and thought provoking man. I mean that all in a good way, as he did a lot for the world, but I like seeing that negative side of him explored. Although his character is not the most likable, it's still easy to follow along with his goals, and I was happy to be on board for the ride.I think Tobey Maguire's performance was severely underrated, and he had more than a few eye opening moments. I'm disappointed whenever I hear reports saying Maguire's career is dead because I'm honestly a fan of his work. I feel like he really brought out the character of Fischer perfectly, and I would love to see the movie again just for his performance.Like I stated earlier, I knew absolutely nothing about this situation. I have a decent amount of knowledge about the Cold War era itself, but I knew nothing of Fischer. In a biographical picture such as this one, it's important that we're not only entertained by the events on screen, but we also learn in depth information about the situation at hand. I felt like I learned a decent amount about what really went on during that time. However, those who already knew about these major events have come out and stated that the movie didn't go in depth, so let that be a message to those wanting to see this movie. Although it satisfied the needs of a viewer such as me, it didn't necessarily appeal to those familiar with the situation. In the end, this was a well made film. It had its struggles as it was unable to give Fischer a relatable personality or a clear ark, but it was still entertaining and suspenseful all at once. I'm skeptical about the re-watch-ability factor for this movie, as a lot of the suspense came from the unknown knowledge of the outcome of certain events, but I would certainly buy it on Blu-Ray for the right price.