Race Across the Sky: The Leadville Trail 100
'Race Across The Sky' - the story of the 2009 Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race will inspire you to 'Dig Deep'. At 10,000+ feet, against the misty backdrop of a former mining town, Leadville, Colorado, 1228 cyclists start the grueling 100 mile race. This epic mountain bike race was captured with 10 HD cameras throughout the course including a helicopter and an off-road motocam. Racers include seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, six-time defending champion Dave Wiens and three-time World 24 hr Champion Rebecca Rusch. It's not only about getting up close and personal with the top racers but about all the racers and their inspirational stories. You'll laugh, you'll cry and if you don't get on a bike you'll do something amazing after watching this film!
The story of the 2009 Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race will inspire you to 'Dig Deep'. At 10,000+ feet, against the misty backdrop of a former mining town, Leadville, Colorado, 1228 ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Race Across the Sky: The Leadville Trail 100 torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Double life and two lives.
(us) wrote: It has an interesting premise but Before I go to sleep doesn't achieve enough tension to make it a satisfying thriller.
(us) wrote: Horrible movie! The acting was horrendous.
(gb) wrote: Michael Jackson helping Joe Millionaire and Eric Roberts find Noah's Ark at the request of the Pope.
(de) wrote: this is a good movie
(fr) wrote: Nothing special. Not many laughs.
(au) wrote: Strangely mesmerizing. I've watched 3 times in one day. I don't know why. Maybe it's Jeremy speaking french...
(mx) wrote: Groe Schauspielkunst, aber z.T. sehr wenig berzeugende Story!
(ca) wrote: Pretentious and meaningless, with lots of sequences of psychedelic trips which are just random collections of images with no coherence or symbolism. The main character is just a self-involved man who's so busy trying to find "truth" through hallucination that he's missing life around him.
(fr) wrote: One of the year's worse movie ever...
(gb) wrote: A great western starring Randolph Scott and Joel McCrea, who are two older lawmen transporting gold from the mine to the bank. With James Drury, Warren Oates, John Anderson, and the first movie for Mariette Hartley. A truly great musical score composed by George Bassman. Memorable and inspiring. One of the best showdowns, with classic dialogue, at the end. This is regarded as the first great film of director Sam Peckinpaugh. This is the last screen appearance of Randolph Scott, and he surely went out as a champion.
(mx) wrote: wow.....ummmm just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a great movie 2 watch......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie......i think that richard widmark (.R.I.P.), paul douglas (.R.I.P.), barbara bel geddes (.R.I.P.), jack palance (.R.I.P.), zero mostel (.R.I.P.), play good roles/parts throughout this movie......i think that the director of this drama/mystery/suspense/classics movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie........i think that Pat Walshe (.R.I.P.), as Himself, was good throughout this movie........its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie.......i think that this is such a cult classics movie 2 watch its got good fight scenes throughout this movie....its got good car chases throughout this movie.........i think that this is such a really suspenseful movie 2 watch its got a good cast throughout this movie i think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch i think that this is such a really suspenseful movie 2 watch its such a classics movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie......
(ru) wrote: In a Lonely Place is a magnificent film noir of grey morality, heart-pounding suspense, and superb performances.
(mx) wrote: Utilizing both Norse history and lore, Refn weaves a mythological tale of nation building and religious imperialism. At the center is the symbolic One-Eye, an Odinic figure with which Refn traces a violent death of Paganism in the wake of oncoming Christianity. Replete with sprawling vistas and harsh landscape cinematography, Valhalla Rising is at its core a brooding enigma, and whatever one sees in its grisly stoicism is in the eyes of the beholder. But whatever one makes of the film's symbolism, Refn can't be denied his due praise. This is raw filmmaking at its most visceral.