Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth
Mike Tyson's one-man show is a fascinating journey into his storied life and career. MIKE TYSON: UNDISPUTED TRUTH is a rare, personal look inside the life and mind of one of the most feared men ever to wear the heavyweight crown. Directed by Academy Award® nominee Spike Lee, this riveting one-man show goes beyond the headlines, behind the scenes and between the lines to deliver a must-see theatrical knockout.
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Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth torrent reviews
(de) wrote: The hardship this boy America has gone through is trouble some... Losing his family, getting raped by a foster care and almost committing sucide... Than gettin his life together and back to normal but not all the way... i dont all i can say is that if you havent seen it you should because it is a very good movie that made me cry... so yeah!
(it) wrote: very nonsense movie, im giving half star because Greece is mentioned in the movie; the family planning to go to Greece for vacation but then they're going to the cave. in the cave there are lots of big insects, as father of the family taking a job to guide the crew into the cave, they're attacked by insects and crew's target is a kind of treasure hunting, emerald treasure but it's cursed and insects attacking. it's not horrific but ridiculous. insects are so fun! hehehehehe! (C)( (R) (R))
(br) wrote: Muy divertida, entretenida, colgada.. pero sobretodo cine light mexicano.
(es) wrote: Great movie for the owls!! woo!
(de) wrote: A family film that's great for families to enjoy the humorous and warming moments that'll warm their hearts. (A)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)
(de) wrote: Absolutely loved it. Its not a horror film by any stretch of the imagination which is why I liked it.
(au) wrote: very strange experience
(nl) wrote: it is so true some of us can't find the balance between work and love i like this movie nice to watch
(fr) wrote: One of three foreign-language (Spanish) films I finished viewing (way back in college during a summer break, I was up 2am with nothing to do). The other two were "Pan's Labyrinth" which was also very good, and "Like Water for Chocolate" which I found very girly and I watched it only because we were required to do so for my Humanities class.
(ca) wrote: Cast off by his ailing mother, a boy comes of age.Reminiscent of the masterful 400 Blows, this Swedish coming-of-age drama is remarkably compelling. The conflicts between Ingemar and his brother, Ingemar and his peers, and Ingemar and the fate that leaves him feeling unwanted and unloved walk the fine line between accessible and subtle. These plots work on every level, but what is more is Lasse Hallstrom's direction. Visual metaphors like the cart stuck in the middle of the road and the children covered in shit but innocently laughing at the ride convey the film's bittersweet mood and advance the theme. And what is this theme? That life is filled with unanswerable questions and misfortune, but sometimes we can still enjoy the ride.I thought the exposition lasted longer than it should, and it took the film a long time to get Ingemar into any compelling conflict.Overall, this is a very strong art film and another example of how great Swedish cinema, the home of Bergman, is.
(ag) wrote: this film is aight bt iv ceen beta.
(kr) wrote: I love Deanna Durbin movies. Her movies were lighthearted frolics from the 1930's and 40's, calculated to snag you with her singing and cheerful demeanor. Her contagious joyfulness at singing leaps beyond the bounds of the camera and the years that have passed since this movie was made. '100 Men and a Girl' is another favourite of mine, and I love anything she did in her movies with the conductor Leopold Stokowski.
(kr) wrote: the film was okay, good plot but a very bizarre movie
(ag) wrote: 'Rocky Balboa' showcases enough drive and heart, off of a stout performance from lead actor Sylvester Stallone, to make the same old 'Rocky' clichs feel rather distant.