One Crazy Ride
A motorcycle expedition on uncharted roads across the Himalayan state of Arunachal Pradesh, situated in North-east India. But more than an expedition, it's a film on friendship, camaraderie and the "never say die" attitude of five motorcyclists in the face of unforgiving terrain. Shot in the same format as "Riding Solo To The Top Of The World" with no back-up vehicle or film crew, in parts of India hardly seen, filmed or explored, the documentary captures the interactions and experiences of the riders who are trying to chart a route, which according to everyone does not exist.
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(jp) wrote: An undeniably strange earlier film from Woody Allen based on 7 challenging questions regarding sex & each question is covered by an individual skit.Hosting many actors & quite a few skits where quite clever especially the final one that was very innovative & imaginative.It's an odd film & won't be for everyone but I found it original & we'll put together. It has many visuals that will stay with you well after the film.
(ca) wrote: exellent movie, very intense must see
(kr) wrote: Pretty good Indie movie.Good casting.
(es) wrote: This is one of the rare movies whose title serves a dual purpose as its review. This is a tired and derivative entry into the found-film genre (of which I'm no detractor by the way). Amazingly, despite the extremely short run time, an extremely small percentage of the film contains anything interesting or creepy. The burn is way too slow, as the first hour essentially is complete nothingness, and then the last 15 minutes are somewhat disturbing. I typically enjoy compact thrillers that extract a lot of suspense out of very little, but, unfortunately, in this case, we get very little from very little.
(au) wrote: 85% Om Shanti Om might have a familiar reincarnation storyline, but the treatment and the mystic elements are just great. Om Shanti Om has a lot of scenes where many of the leading actors in Bollywood including the lead actor of this film spoofing their own hit movies, criticizing the super stardom and many such malpractices. This film is predictable, but the Farah Khan touch is there in the film which gives this ample entertainment value.
(mx) wrote: Quirky bittersweet comedy that was fairly enjoyable whilst not laugh out loud funny or capable or generating much of an emotional pull.
(mx) wrote: es buena pero no me sorprendio
(es) wrote: This gets four stars for the soul purpose that Jeremy Davies is almost scarily uncanny to Charles Manson.
(es) wrote: Another masterpiece by Mizoguchi that is criminally under-seen. The story is gripping and the characters completely empathetic. Each scene seems to begin at just the right moment and somehow end with an inevitability that is both poetic and profound.
(ru) wrote: 16 Blocks had interesting moments. I like the story overall. I thought it could have been better but overall a descent movie. A cop is trying to take a criminal wanting to reforem to a courthouse to testify about cops. The cops try to stop him.
(ru) wrote: So this was one of the weirder movies I've seen in awhile. In fact it was so weird it was kind of funny, which I guess made it worth watching. Surprisingly, being a child of the eighties, I hadn't actually watched too many movies from that time ( I was stuck on the tv shows apparently) and so I'm making up for it now by watching a few. I can definitely see why that whole decade was considered a bit odd now.It's a post-apocalyptic future where children are gathered and sent to camps that will force them to become a part of the Eco-Protectorate (a group that controls the dwindling water supply). At this camp their main function is to roll around on roller skates it would seem, playing games. They sometimes sneak off the camps to play games though and at one such time something wonderful happens. One little boy, Daniel, finds a mysterious orb of light that he names Bodhai that can do wondrous things and he and his friends (a roller team called the Solarbabies) must protect it at all costs. They also find a new goal for themselves, to save the water from the evil Eco Protectorate. The only problem is it is near impossible to escape from the camps, and when Daniel goes missing, they have to find a way to rescue him.Characters: Richard Jordan as Grock Jami Gertz as Terra Jason Patric as Jason Lukas Haas as Daniel James LeGros as Metron Claude Brooks as Rabbit Peter DeLuise as Tug Peter Kowanko as Gavial Adrian Pasdar as Darstar Sarah Douglas as Shandray Charles Durning as The Warden Frank Converse as Greentree Terrence Mann as Ivor Alexei Sayle as Malice Bruce Payne as DoggerThe characters are very eighties in this movie. They've got the big hair, big attitude, and love to skate with a whole lot of drama mixed in. The bad guys are complete evil with no redeeming qualities and also have big hair. Throw in some weird dance scenes and that should pretty much round out the picture of this cast. None of them were particularly good actors in my opinion, but as said before the movie was so amusing I could almost ignore that.The plot seemed fairly standard for a post-apocalyptic world. They have to save a resource and share it with the people, in this case water. The roller skates though, added a whole new dimension. There wasn't anywhere these kids couldn't skate. Made me want to go put on a pair myself and roll through my lawn just to see if it was skate-able. Probably a good thing I didn't though because I don't think it would have gone as smoothly as their skating. Since its a kids movie it is appropriate for all ages and I can see younger viewers identifying with Daniel pretty easy as he was a cute kid who gets to play with the mysterious ball of light.Definitely a weird movie but if you haven't seen it, give it a watch just for a giggle. It is average in all ways, but highly amusing.Review by M. Reynard 2011