Filmed over 14 months with unprecedented access into the inner circle of the man and the sport, this is the first official and fully authorised film of one of the most celebrated figures in football. For the first time ever, the world gets vividly candid and un-paralleled, behind-closed-doors access to the footballer, father, family-man and friend in this moving & fascinating documentary. Through in-depth conversations, state of the art football footage and never before seen archival footage, the film gives an astonishing insight into the sporting and personal life of triple Ballon D'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo at the peak of his career. From the makers of ‘Senna’ and ‘Amy’, Ronaldo takes audiences on an intimate and revealing journey of what it’s like to live as an iconic athlete in the eye of the storm.
The first official and fully authorized film of one of the most celebrated figures in football, Cristiano Ronaldo, from his childhood until 2015, through a series of interviews with Ronaldo himself as well as friends and family. Parts of the film also follow Ronaldo's day-to-day life with family and friends. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jae S (jp) wrote: I could watch this over and over again.
James D (nl) wrote: my idea of a good time: Meryl Streep Marathon > night out. If that's not a sign that I'm getting old, then I don't know what is.
Rahul K (fr) wrote: One of the best animated movie!
RiP M (it) wrote: Run-of-the-mill biopic on fashion designer made for the Lifetime network with some couture porn. You'll learn more about her by going into a boutique.
Avi S (br) wrote: STUPID STUPID STUPID
domenik d (de) wrote: a good movie with a character driven plot that grabbed you and didn't let go.
Julie G (mx) wrote: I liked the concept. What would you do for immortality? Apparently, drink a lot of algae, bond with nature, and die half a dozen times. What I didn't get was how Subject Two could heal bullet wounds but not the damage done by the doctor with his experimental surgeries. Putting the plot aside, this low-budget film had decent acting, beautiful scenery, good special effects, and excellent editing.
Predrag S (kr) wrote: The book is better but the movie isn't bad either!
Marius C (au) wrote: Beautifully shot film based on the life of the Kyoukushin Master and founder, Mas Oyama. The film works on so many levels due to the very good martial arts scenes as well as the story which would please both martial arts fans and film lovers alike. Having practiced this style myself and knowing a bit about Oyama, I'd say keep an eye on his fighting style which matches that of Oyama??s perfectly with very powerful short kicks and punches.Arigato Gozai Mashita -Osu
Nancy The Shieldmaiden (de) wrote: Very well done for television. It doesn't hurt looking at Rudolf Martin either.
matti j (fr) wrote: green for the money and gold for the honey...wiser words have never been spoken
Brian Z (es) wrote: I thought this was really well done. I like that it stays focused on the student movement while still dealing with the wider context, especially locally (the Panthers, the hippy counterculture, the rise of Reagan). Clearly coming from a left perspective, but not uncritical of the movement, the combination of archival footage and diverse interviews gives you both a sense of what it was like at the time and how it is understood in retrospect. If you have any interest in universities as sites of collective resistance, don't miss this.
Amy S (au) wrote: One of the creepiest kovues ever... it haunts me.
Aaron C (gb) wrote: Absolutely dramatic storytelling. Admittedly I have a vested interest in both James Cagney and Lon Chaney. Yeah, Cagney doesn't really look like Chaney at all but he was the man of a thousand faces. Why not one more? As you'd expect James Cagney is amazing in the role. He inhabits all the things Chaney was. The parts of his life the screenplay chooses to show are well timed and done with prestige. Starting with his childhood brought up by deaf parents and his career as a song-and-dance man, all the way up through his turn as Quasimodo. This was, after all, rushed into production as a tribute to the man. I think he'd be proud.
David O (it) wrote: Visually spectacular, Spielberg doesn't hold back in making something special. It's scope along with its fantastic designs and locations help to transport the viewer and experience this situation as Bale's character does.
John M (kr) wrote: Nicholas Stoller's directing makes this the unique comedy it is. Jason Segel plays the perfect mix of real depression and subtle comedic lead and the cast of characters around from Jonah Hill to Russell Brand and Paul Rudd all are utilized to their fullest. Mila Kunis as the romantic interest feels a little forced and feels like she's in there to add conflict and hope for the main character as opposed to being a real person, but overall, this is a film that has great re-watch value and is very memorable in the Apatow-esque comedies because of its strange unique vision.