Dave Gorman tells the story of his attempt to find 10 'Googlewhacks' (websites containing two unique words when searched on Google) and meet their owners before his 32nd birthday, in order to win a bet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dave Gorman tells the story of his attempt to find 10 'Googlewhacks' (websites containing two unique words when searched on Google) and meet their owners before his 32nd birthday, in order to win a bet.
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Niloo R (ag) wrote: this was a great documentary, and gave me fantastic insight into woody allen both as a filmmaker and a person. i was very interested to see where he came from, his evolution and most importantly his philosophies and style as a director. i think he's a wonderful actor's director, as evident from all the oscars his actors win, and that's something i aspire to. it was very refreshing and heartening to see his attitude towards filmmaking and his art - the fact that he doesn't do anything to impress anyone and just makes films because he wants to and doesn't take other people's opinions, be they praise or criticism, too seriously. i think that attitude is vital to his success and the success of any filmmaker. i mean, it's a completely different, almost opposing view, to someone like tarantino, who is adamant on leaving a legacy, but i think both of them share that core of trusting their own intuition over the opinions of others, and i think that's the true key to being a great filmmaker.
Justin T (nl) wrote: A good balanced film. Does a good job of humanizing everyone, doesn't really take any significant stance on the acts that went on.
Radek C (fr) wrote: the final scene aplty summarises the whole movie and sends a clear message - war's evil in ways people don't even realize it. good watch.
Vincent L (de) wrote: I hadn't heard anything about this before which is sad becuase this movie was really good. And it's Canadian!! The characters are great, both because they are very interesting and because the acting is really good. Oh and did I mention it's Canadian :)
Jason R (mx) wrote: This is a really great film, the simplicity of it all and the acting is so spot on and fantastic. Frances Conroy gives a really great performance opposite an equally great Brad Dourif. The story is simple and yet very complicated as well as we see the lives of a family of pot growing, free-spirited Californians enter in and out of a world of love, happiness, paranoid delusions and tragedy. I really recommend Humboldt County it is film making at it's finest and features acting of the highest caliber (no pun intended).
David C (kr) wrote: Not even worth a review.
Abhijeet B (ag) wrote: gr8 adaptation, superb dialouges and impactfull performances MAQBOOL is def. one of the best film i have seen. it depicts the crime scene in a intresting manner and on top of everything each and every chrachter speaks for itself.... strongly recommended
Geoff J (de) wrote: What a terrible film. Boring action scenes, dreadful storyline, no thrills. Avoid.
Matthew J (nl) wrote: Some of the fantasies are fun but the film is a tired wreck.
Myles N (ag) wrote: If you need a reason to explain why Jackie Chan is my favorite action star of all time, just watch this.
Lisa R (jp) wrote: Explains how all the other Red Shoe Diaries stories came about and it was very heart wrenching
Armando P (mx) wrote: This movie consists in different personalities shooting each other due to their own point of view. Filmed in not so much scenarios, but who cares? It rocks.
Viktor N (br) wrote: I loved this movie when I was little.. and frankly.. it still has that magic feeling. Besides, it's kinda funny how much trouble a letter can create..
Cody C (nl) wrote: The same thing happens to me with all Larry Cohen movies, where I'm really into them for like the first half hour and then my interest drops crazy hard. Worth watching to see glimpses of NYC in the early 80s (especially chinatown!) but in general it's just not much.
Joe B (es) wrote: I caught this because I heard they are remaking it (of course). Right in line with the kind of film Hitchcock would have made. However, I'm pretty sure that Hitchcock would have peppered his version with characters that were a bit more interesting. The film is 94 minutes long and could have told its story fully in 25 minutes. The rest is endless shots of grassy highways and deserted towns. I liked that there were no subtitles...it added to the overall feeling of frustration the lead gal faces. It's worth a look for one truly creepy scene...and for a soundtrack that is straight out of The Partridge Family.
Stephen W (kr) wrote: Very good movie of 2005 -2014 9yr old