Reach for the Sky

Reach for the Sky

The true story of airman Douglas Bader who overcame the loss of both legs in a 1931 flying accident to become a successful fighter pilot and wing leader during World War II.

The true story of airman Douglas Bader who overcame the loss of both legs in a 1931 flying accident to become a successful fighter pilot and wing leader during World War II. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Reach for the Sky torrent reviews

Simeon M (mx) wrote: eh, it was okay, but overall disappointing. the comic was waaaay better.

yadrel m (au) wrote: this is really scary

Connor C (kr) wrote: The animation is so flat, that it is so layed back from real animation. Mostly to be honest, it is good to see something in 3D, but doesn't offer enough for children

Guido S (ag) wrote: Much better than expected. The cheerleader from Heroes, Hayden Panettiere, goes from rich suburban school to poor urban school. She joins the cheer team and helps them beat her old team. Nothing out of the ordinary, but actually funny mostly with the overly mocks of both urban and suburban culture. Rihanna is in it, but that's probably the worst part of the movie because she is a terrible at acting.

Ann S (de) wrote: there are so many sub-plots that needed to be explained (if not resolved) but the scenery and acting is fantastic. perhaps just a few too many ideas with not enough time to persue them all? i didn't realise this was from a book, must get it.

James W (br) wrote: A harmless comedy where Paul Giamatti steals the show as a jerk Hollywood producer.

Freddy F (fr) wrote: C- = Slightly below average

Josh H (us) wrote: A really great concert film and if you didn't know anything about Chuck Berry going into it, it's a tremendous introduction (a sign of any good documentary). You get a chance to see Chuck on stage, recording, being a regular human being and everything in between. Outside of his refusal to discuss his legal problems and run-ins with the law, which, I believe were overshadowed by his musical career, it doesn't take away from giving you a really in-depth look at the man behind the legend, both good and bad.

Hannah D (de) wrote: An ode to Stockholm Syndrome

Michelle L (au) wrote: So bad but I love bad teen movies. haha