I Believe In Miracles

I Believe In Miracles

Documentary following the history making Nottingham Forest football team led by Brian Clough and Peter Taylor that won back to back European cups.

The movie tells the story of football club Nottingham Forest that went on to beat the world’s best and become one of the greatest sides in British football history, led by the mercurial Brian Clough and his assistant Peter Taylor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


I Believe In Miracles torrent reviews

Marc B (es) wrote: This is a terrible film. Pointless dribbling dialogue, endless talking rubbish. Nothing funny about this film at all, I've no idea how it has become so popular.

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Bill B (de) wrote: I finally picked up the Blu-ray of this one and gave it a revisit after I don't know how many years, and I must say that I enjoy it but perhaps my memories of it were better than the trippy reality? I mean, I'm not saying it's bad at all, but for whatever reason I was expecting to completely love it on the revisit and ended up merely liking it, and I honestly can't put a finger on exactly why.Gorgeous and freaky visuals are the big selling point here, and I would say that might honestly be enough for the casual viewer, so I say give it a spin and see how much it expands your mind.

Bradley P (br) wrote: A cheesy 70's shaft-esque film that sometimes fails to hit it's mark on being fun and takes itself a bit too seriously.

Amber L (nl) wrote: Classic comedy, saw this when I was young and have been searching ever since!Romance with a twist! Mad caper fun!

Rick C (de) wrote: So bad, this is a quickly put together movie plagiarising the novel "the Martian" by Andy Wier. The Martian is one of the best science fiction books i have read, i only hope this is not the only attempt to turn a great novel into a movie. Val kilmar you are off the xmas card list for this one.

bill s (gb) wrote: Steals a lot from the WW2 pictures from the 40s and 50s but it's watchable.