Rough Rider

Rough Rider

Paul Kimmage once referred to Lance Armstrong as 'the cancer of cycling'. This film follows contentious journalist and cycling whistleblower, Kimmage, as he searches for answers to difficult questions about doping in the sport he loves.

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  • Country:Ireland, UK, USA, France
  • Director:Adrian McCarthy
  • Writer:Adrian McCarthy

Paul Kimmage once referred to Lance Armstrong as 'the cancer of cycling'. This film follows contentious journalist and cycling whistleblower, Kimmage, as he searches for answers to difficult questions about doping in the sport he loves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Humberto C (de) wrote: Demasiado larga sin poder llenar las expectativas; pero sin lugar a dudas una historia la cual VER.

Maria V (br) wrote: I absolutely adore this series, but the movie was disappointing. It didn't even feel like part of the series anymore, both in the animation quality (the overall aesthetic) and how well it blends into our knowledge of the world it is in.

Russell H (fr) wrote: great start and middle. the last thord or so got a little silly.

Joshua B (it) wrote: I appreciate what the writer/director is trying to accomplish but this just isn't fleshed out enough. The Id-Pete in particular is very one note and basically repeats the same line most of the time. I enjoyed Furlong's performance for the most part, he does a good job of selling the pathos but it ends up not being intriguing enough.Production-wise it is good. Cinematography and sound are all fine, the effects work given the style of movie, but it never gets specific enough. Pete never really analyzes "The System" he is so obsessed with. I never felt that a greater understanding was really achieved and so it lacks catharsis. I suppose a lot of people have died in that mental state, though....In the end, I'm glad someone made this movie because it certainly isn't the same old standard movie formulas and it's important that art forms try crazy stupid things.I would say that if the premise and themes are interesting to you, and/or you really like Edward Furlong, there are worse movies you could watch.

Lord Sayd L (au) wrote: amitabh is a great actor. jiah khan aint bad either

Brandon M (de) wrote: My full opinion: 8.2/10.

Robert C (ca) wrote: First let me start by saying the "synopsis" attached here on Flixster has NOTHING to do with this film. This film is an often charming and somewhat painfull look at one young (Scottish) boys coming of age and to the realization that his family (particularly his father) are not untouchable icons (as we tend to think of them when we are children), but are in fact flawed, repressed, real live human beings. The film is JUST homoginized enough to loose a bit of it's potential, but is still not your average "family film" by any means. The good solid performance from this impressive cast.

Jamie S (au) wrote: Are you serious? Even for me this is a "no go"...and I'm the queen of bad television.

Nita B (us) wrote: It has Hugh Grant in it

Bill E (fr) wrote: Guilty pleasure. This is a silly spoof on popular 80's horror movies. Loved how you can only tell a ghost or zombie if they wore a turtleneck sweater.

Brandon W (fr) wrote: I watched Arbitrage before watching the trailer, so I didn't know what it was going to happen. In the beginning, I wasn't getting happy about it as I thought that it is going to be a clich affair movie. But then the car crash came in which surprised me and I never seen this before and got me invested. With knowing about Richard Gere's character, I should hate him for what he has done to himself and his family, but the actor plays it very emotionally and convincing that I was starting to feel sorry for him. The acting is great, the plot is really good, and it's really clever. There's some moments that I got laughs from, but I don't know if they were intentional or not. There's a problem that I did have that's a bit close to the ending of the movie which made it too easy, even though the ending itself did made it better a bit. Arbitrage is an amazing movie that really keeps you interested to see what's going to happen next.

Tiana J (es) wrote: The Apparition is yet another horror film that brings nothing new to the table. It one of those films that just bore you into tears.When frightening events start to occur in their home, a young couple, Kelly (Ashley Greene) and Ben (Sebastian Stan) discover they are being haunted by a presence that was accidentally conjured during a university parapsychology experiment. The horrifying apparition feed on their fear and torments them no matter where they to run. Their last hope Patrick (Tom Felton) who is an expert in the supernatural, but even with his help they may already be too late to save themselves from this terrifying force.Sigh, where do I begin? The Apparition is one the worst horror films I have ever having the pleasure to sit through. I never seen a horror film that is monotonous in every way. Is The Apparition scary? No, it is really isn't. In fact, I could see the jump-scares coming every minute of the film. The script of the film is really abysmal. It causes the characters to do things that a normal person will never do. It was so bad that I questioned how did the script get pass the studio.And no acting is no better. No one gives a decent performance in this film. No one not even Tom Felton which is so sad because he was good in Rise of the Planet of the Apes and The Harry Potter series. Ashley Greene on the other hand, I expect a bad performance out her because she was in the Twilight series. And no that is not saying much. And Sebastian Stan wasn't much better either so yeah.The ending yet again is just insulting. Why is it insulting? Because it is pretty much spoiled in the trailer. After seeing that "ending," I never felt more insulted in my life.At the end of the day, The Apparition was so bad (and yes it really was) that I being to question why Warner Bros. want to release this drivel across the world. Besides the mediocre effects, that does not save the film from being terrible. And compare to The Apparition, The Devil Inside isn't that bad now. Plus, The Devil Inside is up there with The Exorcist, Halloween (the original), and The Nightmare on Elm Street (again the original) as one the scariest horror films of all time (yeah, not really).On almost every level, The Apparition is an utter failure. Thankfully, it did not make its budget back otherwise we would have gotten a sequel to this dreadful nonsense. Avoid The Apparition unless you like to be bore out of your mind.