Helvetica is a feature-length independent film about typography, graphic design and global visual culture. It looks at the proliferation of one typeface (which will celebrate its 50th birthday in 2007) as part of a larger conversation about the way type affects our lives. The film is an exploration of urban spaces in major cities and the type that inhabits them, and a fluid discussion with renowned designers about their work, the creative process, and the choices and aesthetics behind their use of type.

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Helvetica torrent reviews

Aaron C (ca) wrote: A spot-on (darkly-)humourous view at our Asian overemphasis on prestige, education & qualification, to the sacrifice and neglect of almost all else. Bittersweet memories of Engineering school and hostel orientation tension. The movie does well to contrast all that gloom and doom with sparkling idealism coming from Aamir. A poignant reminder to hold on to.your passion and values, no matter what the broken system tries to coax the masses into.

Justin J (mx) wrote: Acting was good, it was just the story that kinda ruined the movie but still a good movie to watch with the family.

Shayne J (gb) wrote: An eye-opening and sometimes saddening look at how the MPAA can change your film in the blink of an eye.

Samantha P (kr) wrote: A lesbian love affair.

Televisnostic I (br) wrote: I never knew who this band was because Punk music is not my thing.But other than that, it's a well put together film.You get the background of the band how they came about and disbanded and such. Shane West (who is an underrated actor in his own right) does a very good job as Darby, the lead singer of the band.Throughout the flick, you get the sense that Darby wants something better, but he just goes about things the unconventional and even wrong way.The way the movie ended was alright, but there was no write-up of what happened to the other members of the band.

Alex S (de) wrote: The usually heroic Jason Statham plays the villain and a pre-Captain America twiggy little Chris Evans plays the hero, Kim Basinger needs to be rescued, it's that kind of Hollywood film.

Ann S (it) wrote: irritating. i didn't know anything about this film and the whole gay seduction of the 18 year old therefore was a shock. juliet stevenson plays the irritating mother to a T but i don't think the others were meant to be so slappable

Hanna M (nl) wrote: Fear Of The Dark got off to a good start, but flashes of poorly done special effects and moments of bad acting brought its quality level down a great deal. These special effects had no reason to be attempted, for the film could have thrived off of the sheer terror of unseen things that go bump in the night, and the dark and twisted figments of our own imaginations.

James H (br) wrote: Charming and wonderfully produced. The costumes and cinematography are excellent. Slow moving, but it is appropriate for the film, nicely written. The acting is top notch.

Stevie S (br) wrote: I love when the guy's wife catches him doing magic in the basement and his response is "you're home early."

Lee M (nl) wrote: Truffaut is so precise with his observations and unintrusive with the camera that we feel as if we are seeing a documentary instead of contrived movie scenarios.

Ryan W (gb) wrote: Miyamoto Musashi is a definite must watch. The character development throughout this series should be taken with personal interest to refine our own qualities.

Prax M (fr) wrote: The cinematography is masterful and the fight scenes are perfection.

Fallon B (es) wrote: This is one of those comedies that has a heart, and the payoff at the end feels more than justified.