Ghostride the Whip
The first film to definitively capture the energy and danger of "Hyphy," the Hip Hop youth movement exploding out of the San Francisco Bay Area. Narrated by Oakland native and television/radio personality Sway, this film explores the political, social and musical history behind the culture that popularized ghostriding the whip - walking, running or dancing next to a moving car with no driver.
- Stars:Sway, Too $hort, Akon, Gary Archer, The Architeckz, B-Legit, Adisa Banjoko, Bavgate, Baygeen, Celly Cel, Chamillionaire, CoCo, John Costen, Big Daut, Mac Dre,
- Director:DJ Vlad,
- Writer:Lazlo, DJ Vlad, David Wilson
From acclaimed executive producer Peter Spirer comes A DJ Vlad film. The first film to definitively capture the energy and danger of "Hyphy," the Hip Hop youth movement exploding out of the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ghostride the Whip torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: JJ Abrams crafts the perfect blend of a throwback to a vintage summer blockbuster and a modern day sci-fi thriller.
(nl) wrote: Not exactly what I was expecting but it still was a sweet and informating documentary on the Man of Steel. I was hoping for an exhaustive research on the cultural impact of Superman along with a psicological and philosophical study of its characters and instead what I got was a recount of Superman's appearences on other media, not even in comics, just in other media like radio, television and movies (along with a much too long biography of almost every actor that has donned the suit). I'm not saying it's a bad documentary, but it was very disappointing and I think the Man of Tomorrow deserves a better documentary to tell his story.
(gb) wrote: It looks really good
(mx) wrote: Elizabethtown has moments of genuine genius, where the picture settles into a sort of strangely satisfying schmaltz-less sentiment, full of honesty and heart. These moments make it easy to see why Cameron Crowe is--or was--a master of his craft, with an Oscar win (and another nom) to his name. It's a shame that these moments so rarely seem to happen whenever the central characters played by Orlando Bloom and Kirsten Dunst are on screen, and certainly never when they're together. The soundtrack is superb. But the cast--at least the two leads, who completely lack chemistry and charisma--is crap.
(au) wrote: How much do you know about yourself if your never been in a fight?
(jp) wrote: It's so bad it's good. It's so unintentionally funny that it is enjoyable, still one of the worst movies ever. It is like saying "Dude this tastes so bad, come try it"
(gb) wrote: This would be an example of where critics "overthink the room". The movie story is solid, intense...Denzel is awesome. The way it was filmed was edgy and captivating. Critics 39%, Audience 90%. Wonder who knows best?
(br) wrote: kevin bacon trabaja muy bien
(nl) wrote: Decent little Western. Shocked to see a young Candice Bergen. She played a real dumb women in the movie, but it was the "Old West", lol. Gene Hackman is ALWAYS good!
(ca) wrote: Engrossing melodrama with strong performances from Paul Newman and Ina Balin. It's a little on the long side, but the story was compelling enough to stay through til the end.
(mx) wrote: Cregar gave a staggering nightmarish performance.
(ru) wrote: Hardly laughed, predictable, felt bland (1 time, June 2015) AMC, OWN on Flixster