Klitschko tells the captivating story of the boxing worlds most famous brothers: Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko. From the socialist drill of their childhood in the Ukraine, and their first successes as amateurs, to their move to Germany and subsequent rise as international stars on the verge of holding the championship titles of all five boxing federations (Wladimir secured this with his unanimous World Boxing Association win against David Haye on July 2nd, 2011). Along the way they experience defeats and setbacks, low points and triumphant comebacks as well as conflicts with each other. Exciting conversations with companions and opponents, including the very first with the Klitschkos parents, give insight into their personal lives, plus never-before-seen footage of the draining preparations for a fight, and the spectacular boxing matches. Director Sebastian Dehnhardt composes an intimate and fascinating portrait of two exceptional athletes who are, before all else, brothers.
A documentary encompassing the lives of world heavyweight boxing champions, Vitali & Wladimir Klitschko. The first time in history two brothers have shared all the heavyweight world titles,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Meg M (ca) wrote: Fun fun fun! Love the determination and creativity! This is a wonderful story.
Michael H (us) wrote: A affectionate visit to Ghibli Studios to hang out and watch Hayao Miyazaki and his compatriots. Any Ghibli/Miyazaki should enjoy this just for the glimpses at the people behind the movies. It doesn't rank as an exceptional documentary, though.
Adam B (ru) wrote: Fascinating documentary on the ups and downs of one of heavy metal's greatest frontmen. From the down and out in Birmingham to the down and out in Beverly Hills, all bases are covered in this unmissable movie.
Fancy P (nl) wrote: Exceptional cast and great writing!
Maarten v (kr) wrote: Very strange unbalanced movie about unexplained humanoid weirdo's who kill randomly, and are killed likewise. But strangely enough it is somewhat watchable.
Chris R (de) wrote: A great thriller, too bad there were sequels...
Josh S (ca) wrote: An admirable vanity project that took The Flaming Lips 8 years in the making but ultimately it's not great but falls in the category of not total failure. The story of a crew trying to celebrate Christmas while colonizing Mars was done with the Lips oddity and I loved the excessive cursing.
Dave J (ru) wrote: Hayden Christenson plays the "only" son of a millionaire, Clayton Beresford JR living with her overprotective single mother Lilith Beresford (Lena Olin). Clayton is also going to receive a heart transplant but is clashing with his mother once he chose to have his friend, Dr. Jack Harper (Terence Howard) to operate him as opposed to the heart surgeon his mother chose for him, and the fact that he was involved with the families secretary, Sam (Jessica Alba).
Brett N (fr) wrote: I was surprised I liked this movie quirky characters and all.
Kevin E (de) wrote: This was a very funny film that i had bought a while ago but had only just watched it recently. It made me laugh quite a bit and it was well worth watching. A good comedy which i enjoyed. Glad i have it in my dvd collection.
JH K (jp) wrote: Pues est bien claro, pero algo exagerada para mejor pelicula.
Tavis B (au) wrote: I can't wait for the sequel, Tourista!
Eric R (ru) wrote: With "Final Destination 5" hitting theaters soon I found it fitting to revisit the 1983 low budget horror film "Sole Survivor", a wonderful forgotten picture that the lame higher budgeted "Final Destination" franchise totally ripped off. Seriously it's amazing how many high budget Hollywood films rip-off low budget rarely seen films from a decade or two before with no credit. There's just enough difference in the plots to not to warrant a legal battle, unlike Michael Bay's "The Island" which completely ripped off "Parts: The Clonus Horror" scene by scene.A hard working commercial producer miraculously survives and is the sole survivor of a tragic airplane crash. Soon peculiar things begin to happen as you see she wasn't supposed to survive. Now death wants her and soon recently dead corpses rise up to drag her sorry soul to her 'final destination.' Can she outwit Death with the help of a her concerned doctor boyfriend?The creep factor is high in this engrossing horror thriller as director Thom Eberhardt (more famous for his cult classic "Night of the Comet") crafts each scene to the max with well paced suspense. There are a few scenes that will get your hair to stand up on end... like a scene where a corpse chases our survivor in a dark parking garage. CREEPY!Budget restraints does hurt the film from time to time. An example is the opening plane crash which can't even be shown. We instead watch a black monitor showing a blip disappear and then we read about the crash. The acting can also be a little shady at times but hardly terrible. Our lead, Anita Skinner, is obviously a novice and I found her performance to be a little less than engaging. The same can be said for our love interest Kurt Johnson as his wooden performance hardly makes his love for our survivor truly seem real.Even with its few flaws "Sole Survivor" ranks along "Dead & Buried" as one of the best forgotten horror films I have ever seen. Seriously why isn't this film better known? Sure the acting can be a little blow par at times but the sure handed direction and engrossing plot will be sure to suck any horror fan in... unless of course you are one of those horror fans that believes horror is ONLY blood and guts with no suspense or atmosphere. I say hunt this gem down and watch it before any of the shitty "Final Destination" sequels. I recommend buying the Code Red DVD as soon as possible as rumor has it will being going out of print.
Mark B (gb) wrote: Drug Movie Collection
David G (ca) wrote: Clearly, The Revenant is a remake of this movie. It's an enjoyable film and has a range of actors who have been in other things, notably Star Trek's James Doohan as Benoit.If only Dennis Waterman could have an American accent and Richard Harris sound like someone not from Limerick!
Claire T (gb) wrote: Funny film,I thought it was funny but It would have been funnier if my favourite carry on star was in, Kenneth Williams, It was a good film, I would love all the carry on films on DVD, one of my favourite carry on stars appeared in it, Charles Hawtrey
Al H (ag) wrote: If you don't take so serious the art of Ed Wood, this film is hilarious.
Bg T (it) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies. The actors were all outstanding. I loved the script. I love the music. I have been known to watch this movie more than once in a single sitting. LOVE THIS MOVIE!