Happy is a 2011 feature documentary film directed, written, and co-produced by Roko Belic. It explores human happiness through interviews with people from all walks of life in 14 different countries, weaving in the newest findings of positive psychology. Director Roko Belic was originally inspired to create the film after producer/director Tom Shadyac (Liar, Liar, Patch Adams, Bruce Almighty) showed him an article in the New York Times entitled "A New Measure of Well Being From a Happy Little Kingdom". The article ranks the United States as the 23rd happiest country in the world. Shadyac then suggested that Belic make a documentary about happiness. Belic spent several years interviewing over 20 people, ranging from leading happiness researchers to a rickshaw driver in Kolkatta, a family living in a "co-housing community" in Denmark, a woman who was run over by a truck, a Cajun fisherman, and more.
HAPPY takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy. Combining real life stories of people
from around the world and powerful interviews with the leading scientists in happiness research| HAPPY explores the secrets behind our most valued emotion. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Happy torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: great acting but otherwise I'd like my 2 hours back
(kr) wrote: Nothing came of it, so no thanks.
(ag) wrote: A slapstick musical.... Didn't hate it but def more of a movie to watch with a bunch of friends who wanna make fun of bad movies
(ca) wrote: Hardly as brilliant as SHAOLIN SOCCER and KUNG FU HUSTLE, Stephen Chow is best to stay away from tearjerkers. This heartwarmer goes big on special effects but tells a half-hearted story.
(nl) wrote: I'm in love with dancin' movies and this was a great one.
(mx) wrote: James Franco was good. Unfortunately, he is the only redeeming quality this film has. Nicolas Cage's directing wasn't anything special, in fact, the movie would have been better if he just had the sense to cut at least a couple of the unnecessary scenes featured in the movie (he had a lot to choose from, including the scene that he appeared in).
(jp) wrote: Haha. Hahaha. Haha. Shit.
(br) wrote: Overall a good flick, but unfortunately a feud resulting from an alleged rape dominates the whole movie. It has its truths and some depth at times, but the ending killed it all for me. What the fuck happens? Cliffhanger endings suck unless there's a sequel, which don't usually satisfy anyhow.
(ag) wrote: I really like this film because of the dialogs. It got a lot of lines that are worth reflection as they offer alternative forms of seeing things in life.
(ru) wrote: Yes I liked a film about fashion. It is about a creative process, in clothing and film making, and has some wonderful urban photography. I imagine this is the sort of film that you can make new discoveries in with each viewing.
(fr) wrote: classic nolte, and dreyfuss, awesome cast, great movie too watch, loved it, don't make them like this an ymore
(ag) wrote: Switchblade Sisters is one of the great exploitation films of the '70s. I never would have heard about it if wasn't for Quentin Tarantino, who absolutely loves the film and even got it released on video. Watching his intro and outro to the movie is recommended; he's simply just so excited about it. It's a pretty bad-ass movie. I don't really think I've ever seen a film about a gang of hot babes. They're all supposed to be in High School, so are juvenile delinquents. But everyone from that generation looked way older than they actually were, so every "18-year-old" looks like they're 30 (whereas these days every 30-year-old looks like they're 18). When the gang meets a tough chick at Weinerschnitzel and tries to intimidate her, she kicks one of their asses (the bitch with the eye patch, her name is "Patch"), thus gaining their respect and joining the gang. The gang is led by Laces, who is the "Alpha Bitch" of the group. There's a great scene when the chubby girl of the group, "Donut", begs for cheeseburgers and Laces grabs her by the nose so it looks like a snout and screams "OINK PIGGY!" There's plenty of stuff in the film that is laugh-out-loud funny. Their gang brothers are the Silver Blades, and since this is the '70s - no matter how tough these girls are, the men still like to slap them around and rape them whenever they want. Which is pretty much OK with them because that's how women liked to be treated back then. The rival gang is led by this dork named Mr. Crabs, and his gang is actually bad because they sell drugs to children and have Mexican members. I really don't see the Dagger Debs or Silver Blades doing that much bad in the film, so I totally look at them as the good guys. Of course, there ends up being a power struggle in the gang between Laces and the new girl, Maggie. It's based on jealousy. Remember, women are still so fucking sensitive no matter how many switchblades, eye patches, or chains they have. But, hell hath no fury like a woman on her period (see also, "the rag", "that time of the month", and "a visit from Aunt Flo".) I love the authentic '70s setting complete with the clothing, hair, slang, etc. Many modern movies try to replicate the look when placed in the era, and although they might come close - no cigar. Why filmmakers don't use time travel devices to actually go back to the era and shoot is beyond me. You'd think after what James Cameron did with Avatar they'd have that technology by now. Tarantino tells you in the outro that this is one of many Jack Hill movies, who discovered Pam Grier and put her in 2 killer Blaxploitation films I need to see - Foxy Brown and Cotton. Hey Quentin, I like whatever you like, man!
(br) wrote: One the of the vast wave of demonic possession movies that rode the tide of the success of the Exorcist but this is a very solid film. Telling the story of a woman suffering a mental trauma that has caused paralysis, she undergoes hypnotic regression where it's discovered her past is a lot darker than anyone could have imagined. Great special effects & solid acting help this along nicely as the pace never really lets up as it delivers stylish scene after scene.
(fr) wrote: Why so much don rated wen it is undeniably powerful ?
(br) wrote: Average and decent fun. Nothing particularly special but the laughs are there.
(kr) wrote: Great one if you're able to find anywhere to view it. Very rare.