Joe Kid on a Stingray
The History of BMX allows everyone from veteran Pro BMXers to modern day kids, a chance to relive these important moments and stories explained by the sportÍs most influential riders so that they understand what really happened in the evolution of BMX. The directors have assembled a 30yr timeline packed with rare archival footage and interesting interviews to create a film which explores the history, trends, stars, and current direction of BMX stunt riding and racing. Joe Kid on a Sting-Ray delivers a historical perspective to the sport of BMX, but brings it to you in such a way that makes you feel like you were there.
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Joe Kid on a Stingray torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A delightfully silly film. The effects are bad, but the acting surprisingly isn't, with Bill Oberst, Jr. delivering the perfect Lincoln. Also, it has a young Teddy Roosevelt as a character. How can I NOT like it?
(us) wrote: I'd possibly like this if it weren't foreign. I hate subtitles.
(gb) wrote: great movie! idea was touching and warm
(ca) wrote: This movie is a huge slap in the face to its predecessor. What on earth were the writers thinking? This is not even half as good as the original.
(au) wrote: Filme de impacto nico. Realidade, memria e sonho.
(gb) wrote: An all-too-stagey play adaptation that is saved largely by the quartet's rare screwball performance as a pair of pretentious troubled married couples.
(kr) wrote: Kubrick's last and massively underrated motion picture reaps tiny seeds of its climax from the get go. Eyes Wide Shut explores sex, infidelity, marriage, humilation, deviance and other topics; personally I think the main theme of the film is want - the want to wear a mask and the want to take off one's mask. Nicole Kidman is great in a supporting role whilst Tom Cruise is good, but comletely overshadowed by Kubrick's artistry at play and Cruise seems like he's straggling slightly in performance at times. It's definitely Kubrick's most NSFW picture in my opinion even more severe in its images than A Clockwork Orange. The music ranges from reversed chanting to Chris Isaak and meanders in sync with the tone of the film. It channels, studies and explores every element of the psychology of sex ranging from the stark, desperate and horrifying to the playfully mischevious fantasy. Often, Eyes Wide Shut even borders on Lynchian weirdness and unsettling dream-like sequences. It is my favourite film of Kubrick's.
(es) wrote: Outcast is a low-budget British horror film and its unlike anything I've seen in ages. Its about a Woman who descends from an ancient & mystical celtic race and she protects her son from evil forces using curses and magic. Sound weird? Yep. Enter James Nesbitt (my all time favourite actor). He plays a ruthless killer on a blood hunt who's made a pact with a strange cultish syndicate which grants him a once only demonic transformation. Meanwhile a predatory beast is slaying residents of a low-rent apartment complex. This is one of the strangest horror films I've seen in ages and its really refreshing. Nesbitt never ceases to amaze me. One minute he's delivering heartbreaking performances in films like Bloody Sunday and Matching Jack and then he's punching out hardcore stuff like this and Jekyll.
(mx) wrote: A flat one note joke comedy.
(mx) wrote: I loved this movie as a child. I just Re watched it and was disappointed. My Main problem is the whole Jerry being a "Mistranslation" for Harry. If the mistranslation was only one or two letters the first word used by the "entity" would have been "Jello". If you like Sci-Fi thrillers it is worth watching but no masterpiece.
(us) wrote: What I got to say about "The Five-Year Engagement" is that it's a decent movie to watch. "It's lively and hilarious, also moments in the movie that have great humor as well." "Emily Blunt and and Jason Segel have great chemistry. Literally, shines." The performances by the cast is fine. The directing by Nicholas Stoller and the screenplay is okay. The cinematography and score is good. "I have to report that "The Five-Year Engagement" isn't the worst romantic comedy, but I have a little bit better."
(jp) wrote: Loved this movie, great if you're a believer. Even my friend who's not a strong believer liked it. If you only serve Satan and are blind you'll give it 15% like rotten tomatoes does.