Good Vibrations

Good Vibrations

The story of music legend Terri Hooley, a key figure in Belfast's punk rock scene. Hooley founded the Good Vibrations store from which a record label sprung, representing bands such as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.

The film tells a true story about Terri Hooley having an instrumental record- store. Initially, He is hungry to escapes the Troubles during the 1970s so he opens a record store. After that, he attempts to have a small record label to launch some of the local band. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Good Vibrations torrent reviews

Evan K (mx) wrote: Pretty Horrible, Plain And Simple. Awful Dialogue, Terrible Shoed-In Cameos. As A Canadian, I Feel Great Shame That This Is A Canadian Film.

Bardem V (au) wrote: Interesting documentary with some moments of joy and others of yawn... The best, the end, not just for be the end, but because it is inspiring.

Daniel D (ag) wrote: This is a fun rom-com, and teaches a thing or two about couple chemistry.

Gael A (it) wrote: attention BOOOOOUUUUUUZE!!

Denise A (au) wrote: A very funny movie. Monique is hilarious. I like all her movies.

Julie V (ca) wrote: This is such a bad movie. It's so bad that it actually goes round full circle and ends up entertainingly awesome. I'm giving it a higher rating than it deserves because I like cheesy "warwulf" movies.

Dillon L (it) wrote: Often simply too pat to enjoy, and all the ending manages to accomplish is closing the film.

Farah R (nl) wrote: It's not that great but still kind of funny.

Alec B (kr) wrote: It looses some points for a messy ending, but just about everything else is brilliant. Truffaunt spends almost the whole running time moving effortlessly between exploring Nazi Occupied France, backstage shenanigans at a theatre, entrenched antisemitism, and censorship. Its weird to see Depardieu as a young, handsome womanizer.

Gareth M (es) wrote: Death Ship is an abysmal horror movie with little going for it other than unintentional laughter. There are zero scares accompanied by a non-existant atmosphere (unless a camera swinging around randomly qualifies) and whilst a handful of creepy frames give false hope the hundreds of shots of moving machinery prove that the director hasn't got a clue what he's doing! George Kennedy shows exactly what the word 'talent' means by acting his Captain uniform off (he seriously won an Oscar?!) and if Richard Crenna knew he'd be doing First Blood soon after he probably would've shouted "Man overboard!" and jumped off long before the end credits! Oh and once again the supporting characters are easily dispatched by supernatural forces where as the lead female merely gets thrown into a room with a very loose door (sigh). I see an escape on the horizon! Absolute garbage. Rent Ghost Ship instead, it's far more fun.

Cain L (kr) wrote: Great story telling with a fine cast and some of the best battle scenes.

Lawrence M (ca) wrote: Not as good as the first, but this amazing action film still was great, it added more story to the franchise and was a great prequel, different point of view, and sequel to the mighty 300. I hope they make one more to conclude this badass franchise

Austin W (ru) wrote: the wild is a highly underrated animated film better than half the critically acclaimed films Disney put our. its got good characters, descent comedy, superb voice acting, and detailed animation that make this a very pleasant rip off to see.

Andy B (us) wrote: A pretty good film. Sally Field did a really good job in this one. I'd give it a 7/10.