Johnny Cash: Half Mile a Day

Johnny Cash: Half Mile a Day

Documentary detailing the incredible six-decade career and life of Johnny Cash, 'The Man in Black', through performance footage, rare archival footage, photos and commentary.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
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A documentary looking at the various stages of Cash's music career. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Joseph T (au) wrote: I have followed spy stories for decades. There are many WWII stories about spies and hundreds of fictional spy movies. John LeCarre, Ian Flemming, these building a mystique about the espionage world that no one can enter. Zero days is current in the espionage/political world, offering views from top officials, an "insiders view", and is presented intelligently and is still entertaining.

Kendra W (ca) wrote: I loved the wackiness of the book and was delighted when I found out they made a movie. As with most movies made from books, it leaves a few bits out and adds a couple more things, but I enjoyed it, nonetheless. Probably one of the better adaptations of a book I've seen, but I definitely recommended reading the book first.

kostas t (nl) wrote: drama and comenti to a very good film with a smart scenario!!!!!!

Babak I (ag) wrote: This must be one of the worst movies ever made! I mean... flesh eating cannibalistic vampire/warewolf lesbians? Come on!! The writers were soo high when they came up with this! Dont waste your time watching this crap!

Michael A (nl) wrote: Curieux objet conceptuel que ce film de Blake Edwards, sorte de prototype de comedie experimentale ou le faux (decor/surjeu/ intrigue...) et les figures de style (mise en abyme entre autres) font son charme.

Matthew R (ca) wrote: Charming but not that memorable.

David G (de) wrote: Funny propaganda film making

Kyle f (ag) wrote: Cliched but scary horror film that features some creative kills and a homage to Psycho.

Thomas P (ag) wrote: A solid, thorough doc with an expressionistic flavor - perfect to give a visual taste of such a wildly expressionistic, visceral director as Jodorowsky and his incredible vision of his take on Dune.I must admit that I have not, and am unwilling to see any of his actual films. The little bits shown here and the descriptions of events he has filmed are truly disturbing - violent, sexual, brutal and suggestive of terrible, immoral, reprehensible things. The great thing here is that it is all suggested and not visually force-fed to you - glimpsed without being tortured by the process of creating fecal matter, etc.Of course if you have the death-wish-need to see said films, I can only warn you here. This is still a free country, in case you must visit the darkest of presumed 'dark sides'. Have at it, I guess.So without the clutter of all his experimentations, you get to see his concepts, his spirituality, his brilliance of being creatively unfettered, and undeterred, THIS is what attracted my interest and attention.Greater than the expressions of his work hinted at here is the encouragement given by Jodorowsky to take his hard-fought work, internalize it, and go create the things in your own mind and heart and will - make it happen.A brilliant template for developing a life worth living.I have a few ideas written down, and I need to go find a way to express them.I'll be in the basement if anyone needs me..5 cosmic winks out of 5

LaGina P (ca) wrote: A great Western drama. This film introduced me to Kirk Douglas, who has become a favorite of mine. He delivers an incredible performance in this film, which also has great directing and beautiful cinematography.

Patrick L (gb) wrote: "This latest addition to the Disney sports canon brings nothing new to the table"DVD Movie Review: Million Dollar ArmDate Viewed: October 8 2014Directed By Craig Gillespie (Mr. Woodcock, Lars and the Real Girl and Fright Night)Written By Tom McCarthyStarring: Jon Hamm, Aasif Mandvi, Lake Bell,Suraj Sharma, Madhur Mittal, Bill Paxton, Pitobash Tripathy, Allyn Rachel, Tzi Ma and Alan Arkin."Million Dollar Arm" feels like every other sports movie we've seen before. It is sappy and pure formula but it has a sharp performance from Jon Hamm playing Jerry Maguire. Just about everybody in this movie is playing type, Lake Bell as the next-door neighbor turned love interest, Alan Arkin as the cranky old scout, Bill Paxton as the pitching coach, Aasif Mandvi as the business partner and Madhur Mittal and Suraj Sharma (from "Life of Pi") both have the Cuba Gooding, Jr. role. "Million Dollar Arm" wants to be both "Moneyball" and "Jerry Maguire" but it brings nothing new to the table.Based on a true story, Jon Hamm plays Jerry Maguire, I mean J.B. Bernstein, an American sports agent who is struggling to find new talented players. An Asian businessman named Chang (Tzi Ma) wants Bernstein to find players from Asia. While watching Britain's Got Talent and a cricket match, Bernstein comes up with an idea to find Cricket players and bring them to the United States. He markets the Cricket players through a contest called Million Dollar Arm, which will identify the best players. The two finalists will win a major league baseball contract and a lot of American money. The two finalists are two 18-year-old boys named Dinesh Patel (Madhur Mittal) and Rinku Singh (Suraj Sharma) and once they arrive in the US, they struggle to learn the game. If they fail at their try-outs, Bernstein is done so he really needs them to do well (which means that he becomes a total jerk) but his next-door neighbor and possible love interest, Brenda (Lake Bell) convinces him to believe in them and find the one thing he wasn't looking for, a family. How predictable is that."Million Dollar Arm" is a lazy pitch. You get the idea, this movie is completely by-the-numbers. It doesn't have enough drama, humor or charm to make it a home run. Even with a top-notch supporting cast, the screenplay by Tom McCarthy (Win Win and The Visitor) is derivative and formulaic. Even though it is inoffensive and inspiring, director Craig Gillespie (Lars and the Real Girl) fails to make "Million Dollar Arm" swing it's bat. In addition to "Lars", Gillespie was also responsible for making the unfunny Billy Bob Thornton comedy "Mr. Woodcock" and the 2011 remake of "Fright Night". Jon Hamm gives it his all here but it's not enough to save this movie from throwing a foul ball.

Brian H (kr) wrote: Almost as good as Princess Bride

Pia K (kr) wrote: Ihan hauska hmppleffa. ;) (Suom. When in Rome - Rakkautta Roomassa)

Thomas B (es) wrote: Grade - CIt's really nothing special, but the movie does feature a few amazing action sequences, great humourous dialogue and good performances by core cast members. That being said, towards the end I really began to lose interest - although Ultron was surprisingly good. Not as a villain, necessarily, but he was very enjoyable to watch. And in a sense that's the movies biggest problem - enjoyable but not good.