Journey across Morocco, Spain, Mexico, Argentina, Patagonia, Texas and British Columbia, to meet vaqueros, gauchos, baqueanos and cowboys - all part of a single global horse culture, an unbroken trail stretching back 1,500 years. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ride Around the World torrent reviews
Gilberto G (ru) wrote: crude drama. I was at shock with finale. Like seven...
Brian H (fr) wrote: Stilted and strained. The overall plot could work, but the dialogue and some of the acting and production, not so much. Best part is some nice Brooklyn and lower Manhattan settings.
Saija H (nl) wrote: It's rare and pleasant to be surprised, when watching a film, and that's what happened with Farvl Falkenberg. Very strong debut from Jesper Ganslandt.
Damon H (nl) wrote: A fun and thought provoking film, but the book of course was better. However, Nick Nolte stole the show as Socrates the mysterious eastern influenced martial artist, trying to help a gifted athlete reach his full potential. Covers many of the ideas of Bushido, and The Book of Five Rings.
Bob R (au) wrote: Rated one of the most violent films ever by Total Film, yes it might well be, trouble is its awful with non existent plot, production values and acting .Risible.
vipul g (fr) wrote: Top rated among father son Relation Movies
Cronis M (jp) wrote: This sci-fi movie has it all, comedy, tension, drama, action.. By the end you're routing for the heroes without being forced to.
TTT C (fr) wrote: Here's another film rating.
Orlok W (gb) wrote: Burt Reynolds shoots to kill--80's Classic!!
Mark S (nl) wrote: Watched with a pinch of nostalgia, the movie does still hold up. Light and entertaining.
Nellie K A (ca) wrote: I also need to see the version to see if it's better and more accurate or buy the book and read it...
Eric R (us) wrote: I thought it was awesome.
Simon T (fr) wrote: A serious subject is thrown away on an an increasingly preposterous script and hokey direction by Wolfgang Petersen. Hoffman tries his damnedest to turn it into All the President's Men, but it's a losing battle, made even more difficult by the fact that all his co-stars - including the eternally wooden Rene Russo - are at least half a foot taller. Morgan Freeman does his gravitas number, Donald Sutherland collects a pay cheque as stock baddie, and Kevin Spacey has the campest hair-dye since Lucille Ball.