Jack Johnson: The September Sessions

Jack Johnson: The September Sessions


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:surfing,  

Kelly Slater, Rob Machado, and others take a trip to the coast of Sumatra, where they find themselves surfing beautiful waves, and lose the urgency they have come to live with being professionals. September Sessions documents this trip with interviews and 16mm footage of life on a once in a lifetime surftrip. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jack Johnson: The September Sessions torrent reviews

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Aaron R (mx) wrote: While this movie is not "Lincoln", it is definitely a useful companion film to shed more light on the post-assassination issues of Lincoln's death. McAvoy, Wilkinson and Robin Wright-Penn shine as the defense attorney, his mentor and the accused.

Sergi F (it) wrote: super retarded movie with no script but stars some hilarious actors doing some pretty funny shit.

rapturousrae (fr) wrote: Couldn't stand to watch...disturbing

gustavmarkovic31 (es) wrote: very enjoyable romantic comedy. richard gere, jennifer lopez, susan sarandon and stanley tucci are all remarkable. the film is a nice way to spend an hour and a half or so, and the dancing is beautifully choreographed. some intreguing camera angles and shots make it all the more interesting aswell.

Jason D (jp) wrote: Death Spa is perhaps one of the most inventive 80's horror movie Cheese-fest I have ever seen. The owner of a technologically-advanced Gym is plagued by hauntings from his dead wife as she picks off the staff and customers of his gym one by one in sometimes dumb and sometimes gory ways. In a nutshell, this film is downright hilarious at times, but when the horror kicks in at the last half of the film, it often becomes reminiscent of films like Re-Animator or Phantasm. There is also a LOT of gratuitous nudity in this film, which is a plus, especially considering I've only seen the heavily trimmed R-rated version of this. As far as characters, most of the cast is ho-hum, especially the only recognizable face in this film, which is the gym owner's best friend (played by the amazing Ken Foree) who offers very little to the film sadly, although their best friend interactions within the film are dangerously close to being homoerotic. Still, fun little film.

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