Lakey Peterson: Zero to 100

Lakey Peterson: Zero to 100

Filmmaker Aaron Lieber takes us around the world in this inspiring journey that charts the rise of one the most progressive women in surfing today. 2012 US Open winner, Lakey Peterson, ...

Filmmaker Aaron Lieber takes us around the world in this inspiring journey that charts the rise of one the most progressive women in surfing today. 2012 US Open
winner| Lakey Peterson| provides an intimate window into her life| sharing the struggles and triumphs she has faced along the way. Breathtaking cinematography and a
killer soundtrack| make Zero to 100 unmissable. A true tale that will have you laughing| crying and doing push ups by the end. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lakey Peterson: Zero to 100 torrent reviews

Huw G (us) wrote: A quirky mixture of depressing & funny.

Sarfara A (kr) wrote: Goodbye Solo is third feature-film by director Ramin Bahrani, who also edited and co-wrote film with Baharen Azimi. It had an official premier at Venice Film Festival 2008, winning critics' FIPREPSCI award as 'Best Picture'. Solo (Soulymane Sy Savan) is a Senegalese cab-driver in Winston-Salem, he drives a 70 year old depressed William (Red West), who has hired him as his driver. William persuades Solo to take him to Blowing Rock and do not wish to return back, Solo predicts William might commit suicide. Solo tries to take him to his wife and stepdaughter Alex (Diana Franco Galindo) so that he could cheer up and discards the idea of suicide. I rarely like movies with complete murkiness of photography and gloomy subject. However, as I have always praised Ramin Bahrani's excellent direction and fabulous subjects on showing humanism and surviving odd society that is both selfish and negligent. Both of previous feature-films by Ramin Bahrani 'Chop Shop' and 'Man Push Cart' encompass same goals of struggling people. While watching this movie, I recalled similarity with Abbas Kiarostami's Taste of Cherry, that I'd watch 4 years ago, a man who drives his personal car to find people on the streets of Tehran and outskirts (also Afghanistan) to bury him after he commits-suicide/is dead; it is brilliant piece of art. Another one The Intouchables also serve same plot but deviates much different.

Ralph B (nl) wrote: my kid seen this while he was at school and he loved it. i even know a grown man who loves this movie and cried in it thumbs up!!

Warrior W (nl) wrote: Native American supernatural ghost movie. very good tho! good twists at the end!

Roy C (br) wrote: Lea Thompson and Suzy Nakamura keep it together. The most successful element of the film is how it maintains confusion between the good and bad guys; even after finding out who's who, you're still left bamboozled. 'Boys and girls, this is not a drill. We must evacuate the building immediately. No running. Single file. And if you see flames walk a little faster, but don't run!'

Private U (ag) wrote: I looooooooooooove dis movie with a passion? It??s one of ma all time favoritesssssssssss??.. I will recommend it to anyone and everyone??

Allan C (ca) wrote: Pretty lame Steven Seagal film, even by direct-to-video standards. The story involves him fighting Chechen terrorists or something. This is also a ponytail free Seagal film.

Jacky L (fr) wrote: the impact of the film hits you when the credits roll. exhilarating watch; didn't quite expect the turn of events nearing the very end. tragic really, poor monsieur hire. the two protagonists were darn good , as was the script and the complementary cinematography.

jay n (it) wrote: Strictly for the kiddies though Shelley Winters and Ned Beatty manage to give it some dignity. Interesting to see Neil Patrick Harris at such a young age. Terrific soundtrack for fans of 50's pop.

Scott S (fr) wrote: It's nice to see Christopher Lee cut loose in a leading role, here womanizing, boozing, and using his supernatural powers to weasel his way into the Russian royal family. A little anti-climactic, though.

Steven S (it) wrote: A great movie about race and mistrust. The photography and film shots were superior. The story was kinda slow in parts but still a good overall film.

Sean S (jp) wrote: I couldn't finish watching this low budget film starring Christopher Lambert. What has happened to the guy somebody please give him a propper role to play. Once again his character has a drinking problem and struggles with the ladies. I can name 4 film's off-hand that I remember he had the same background. Anyways, besides the movie looking sh*t, the acting not helping either, the story seemed interesting but I just couldn't sit through the lengthy running time. Rent on own accord!

Qi Z (nl) wrote: The fun part is to see Colin Firth fading into a workaday middle-aged man. The female lead is incredibly mis-casted. She inspires no sympathy but annoyance. This film fails on having her as a companion for self-discovery.

Jos M (nl) wrote: Con reminisencias a La Soga, este es un film sobre dos amigos que creen haber cometido el asesinato perfecto. Buen drama de Richard Fleischer donde destaca Orscon Welles en el papel de abogado, en glorioso blanco y negro.