Into the Cold: A Journey of the Soul
Into the Cold retraces two men dramatic expedition to the North Pole one of the toughest and most magnificent environments in the world and also one that is rapidly vanishing. In two months, 400+ miles, and -50F temperatures, the film reveals a deeply personal journey by foot to the top of the world as never before seen on camera. At current rates of climate change, this centennial commemorative expedition in 2009 will not be possible in another 100 years.
Into The Cold--A Journey of the Soul retraces the personal and harrowing expedition of two men on foot to the North Pole in sub-zero temperatures to commemorate the centennial of Admiral ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Into the Cold: A Journey of the Soul torrent reviews
(us) wrote: The hanging scene alone is worth the weight of 5 stars.
(nl) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
(ag) wrote: Silent Hill is a rare example of a video-game adaptation done right. It's visual effects are incredible and the film's reliance on atmosphere and suspense rather than overt action and explosions makes it an effectively strange, grim, and twisted horror movie. However, the subplot was unnecessary and hindered the flow of the story.
(ca) wrote: itz a gud movie 4 kids
(kr) wrote: Very intriguing and uneasy
(ru) wrote: You ever seen a bunch of high school kids put on a play? I'm not talking like Grease, but something like Hair or Godspell, something time specific. They try to understand the material but it's clearly over their heads, they have no understanding of it at all. It's like this movie- tries hard to replicate an era and a time but fails miserably because everyone is acting like it's 1965. Great soundtrack though, and Kenny Ransom acts his ass off here. Must avoid at all costs.
(br) wrote: Yeah baby!!! Scary how young they look. Brilliant movie xoxo I might watch it again straight after!!
(ca) wrote: I was amazed with how much La Ronde got away with, and I guess it's a great example of how different European and American cinema was. Although it's all in French, it feels very Viennese - plenty of whipped cream. But there's quite a bit of lemon zest, too, and all in all it's quite sophisticated. (Dreamy) Anton Walbrook helps with the sophistication; no one fools him.
(it) wrote: Pretty good movie. Very quotable, very funny, and action packed to the top, even if the story is pretty stupid and it is not as satisfying as you want it to be.
(nl) wrote: A Christmas Horror Story is a chilling anthology that's ghoulishly entertaining. Comprised of four blood curtailing tales, the film follows a zombie outbreak at Santa's workshop, a group of students doing an expos of a double murder at their school, a changeling that poses as a young boy, and Krampus preying on a deceitful family. The stories feel a little disconnected from each other, but most of them are rather good; delivering some intense scares. And William Shatner gives kind of a fun performance as a radio DJ in the wraparound story. Anthology films are a tricky thing, but A Christmas Horror Story does a fair job at telling a diverse series of scary stories that have different horror elements.
(gb) wrote: I woke up this morning with "Feed the Birds" stuck in my head, and I realized that I haven't watched this movie since I was 12. Its kind of amazing how great this movie still is, even 50 years after its release. The effects still hold up really well, and the story is just as magical for me as an adult as it was as a child. Honestly, my only complaints on the movie are that Jane has literally no character. Her brother, Michael, is described as "extremely stubborn and suspicious", and that carries through the movie. He screams and refuses to do things and acts like a child would. Jane, on the other hand, gets "prone to giggling and doesn't put things away." Not only does this not carry through out the rest of the movie, but thats not a character. Jane is just the cute innocent that tells her brother to calm down from time to time. None of the adults treat her with the interest that they treat her brother either. Its honestly kind of disheartening. But other than that, the movie is weirdly perfect. Its the perfect mix of magical and fun and sad and complex. Its one of those movies where every time you watch it you notice another fun detail. It makes you want to get up and dance in the happy scenes, and it makes you feel the weight of the heavier scenes. It really deserves its place as a classic.
(br) wrote: In the absence of proper storytelling and acting ability, 'Purple Rain's appeal almost solely comes down to its funky rock 'n' roll set pieces. The snippets of drama concerning Prince's violent father, music rival and his very rarely troubled romantic relationship acts as minor accompaniments for Prince to get on stage and sing his hits. In terms of its definition as a movie, it could be considered quite poor. However, the electric musical performances offering a sample of his widely praised live show experience means 'Purple Rain' is perhaps better thought of as an extended music video.