Over My Dead Body

Over My Dead Body

Dancer and choreographer Dave St-Pierre is adored by critics and audiences alike. His subversive, innovative works are taking Europe by storm. But his own body is failing him. Dave is 34 and has cystic fibrosis. The average life expectancy for sufferers is 37. His doctors have given him two years to live unless he has a lung transplant. With the sense of urgency growing, his best friend and creative partner, director and actress Brigitte Poupart, turns her camera on the daily life of a man who is waiting for a life-or-death call from the doctor. A call that could come at any moment. United by art and friendship, the two create a space in which creativity emerges as a vital act. Over My Dead Body is an engrossing private diary that accepts neither taboos nor fate. It features testimonials from Dave's friends, loved ones and collaborators, as well as excerpts from his works.

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Over My Dead Body torrent reviews

Martin M (nl) wrote: A Labour Party political broadcast.

Josh B (it) wrote: Excellent view into the life of an amazing warrior. Such a great look at the humanity of someone constantly made to look like an animal or sideshow. Citizen journalism must be the wave of the future if we have a chance to turn the tide of extreme media bias.

Ethan M (fr) wrote: Under the Red Hood shows that DC puts its best into everything, even straight-to-DVD movies. Even without the voices of Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill, this kept me on the edge of my seat and was fun from beginning to end. The one negative I have is that I wish it was longer. Other than that though, Under the Red Hood is a solid entry to the Batman series.

Francisco G (fr) wrote: At a certain part of the film, a character asks "so it's kinda like Jason Voorhees?"And you know what? Hatchet II is too much like Friday the 13th series.The original Hatchet didn't aspired to much but was still an ubber gory slasher that moved at a great pace with nice bits of humor here and there. It was an obvious homage to the old slasher flicks but was incredibly fun at doing so, since it never took itself too serious.The problem with Hatchet II is that it takes itself too seriously. Sure, there are moments of humor here and there, very unbalanced, working overal for the most part but it wastes so much on "expanding" the mythos of Victor Crowley it just becomes a drag. And it doesn't advance anything at all on the story. Well, the story on this one is just plain stupid and pointless, taking too long to get to the goods anyways. Fortunently, it delivers on the kills which are brutally satisfying and in large numbers but it all becomes too hollow in the end since there's nothing to care for.

Steffi R (nl) wrote: The best cinematographer in the world! Beautiful pictures!

Greg W (br) wrote: stylised but no substance in this noiris black and white

Dave J (kr) wrote: Gothic, morbid and dark movie by Terry Gilliam adapting from the novel by Mitch Cullin, which one can't tell by watching it, centers on the imagination of a somewhat 13 year old girl Jeliza-Rose (Jodelle Ferland) as she's consistently talking to herself through her headless dolls during which her parents are known crack heads. Bizarre is what one can describe this film as she moves from another location identical to her old one crossing paths with a female taxidermist and her harmless demented younger brother, Dickens (Brendan fletcher). there supposed to be some correlation between Alice In Wonderland or Blanche from A Streetcar Named Desire or any other film from a Tenesse Williams play except that it doesn't use that time explaining it to viewers.

Noname (de) wrote: There are alot US remakes now of these asian horror movies. I have seen all 3 Japanese versions of "OMC" so this time i can compare. And the Japanese version are alot better i thought atleast. More scary and creepy with more grudge feeling which i like. The US remakes fails in those parts. Anyway this isn't a bad movie and quite watchable for all horror fans. Enjoy

Adrian B (es) wrote: In a small town, an unemployed man (Nicolas Cage) wanders in looking for a job. He gets one, by this rich, ruthless nut (J.T. Walsh) who wants to kills his wife (Lara Flynn Boyle) who apparently made the money from an inheritance (or so it seems). The he gets involved with a crazy crowd, which includes this other nut (Dennis Hopper) from Dallas and attempts to escape the psychotic town. Probably most people that know Nicolas Cage have never heard of this film and watch all the critical bombs from after 2010. This is actually quite an interesting film. Suspenseful, bizarre, and takes a few surprisingly compelling turns. My issue with this film is the dialogue is not great. It's one of those movies that divulges too much in crude language. However, it is actually a pretty good movie.

Private U (it) wrote: Dr. Jekyll (Anthony Perkins!) invents crack, becomes addicted and turns into Jack Hyde. Yes, Jack, as in... JACK THE RIPPER!!! Sounds great but the execution is pretty bad. Former porn director Gerard Kikoine has no ability to create atmosphere, whatsoever. A sadly missed opportunity.

Camille L (au) wrote: Ah si seulement John Badham avait coupe 20 minutes pendant son deuxieme acte. Apres une exposition efficace de 3 petites minutes, on ne s'attendait pas a ce qu'il s'attarde pres d'une heure sur un Richard Dreyfuss deprimant dans son lit d'hopital avant que l'histoire se mette enfin en marche une demi-heure avant la fin. Non seulement c'est trop rapide pour ce que le film veut defendre (le droit de mourir), mais ca entrave aussi toute tentative d'identification au protagoniste principal. Cependant, les acteurs sont excellents et jamais vraiment ennuyeux.

wedstarfish 8 (de) wrote: Halloween II is the second installment in the horror movie franchise that takes off right where it was left at with Micheal Myers sister being sent to the hospital and with Micheal Myers seeming to be dead from being shot multiple times, soon off a balcony. Unfortunately, Micheal Myers rises up again, and takes a trip to the hospital where his sister is staying at. There, he goes on a extremely bloody killing spree to find his sister again. Unfortunately, the director of the first Halloween film does not return, although a lot of the writing was done by him. Therefore, the film is way more bloody and gory then the first. Because of that, it distracts the film from being as good as the first. Altogether though, it's a fun sequel that's very enjoyable.

Federico F (kr) wrote: Triumph for the sequel to the Batman of Tim Burton, he succeeded in creating in the spirit of Christmas in Gotham, with bad exceptional and first-rate

stefano l (gb) wrote: Mah, I am basically disappointed by this movie because a friend of mine whom I really trust talked me in a very exctactic way of Stargate, but although the very cool idea of old Egiptian gods that enslaved people on Earth and brought them on another planet to build pyramids there (why, btw??) the rest is just not interesting to me.

Brad S (gb) wrote: More gripping of a story than I expected. It echos the entire music industry story over the past 50 years. As well as the culture of the world for that matter. Great documentary. Thank you Colin Hanks!