SHRED is a motion picture that tells the story of two washed up pro snowboarders from the 90s named Max (played by Dave England) and Eddie (played by Renee Renee) who attempt to cash in on the fantastic growth of the sport by starting their own snowboard camp. Hoping to recapture their former glory, they begin by sharing their wacky wisdom with a group of up and coming young snowboarders. The story takes them from the run down ski hill where they grew up to a major event at one of the biggest resorts in the west.

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Shred torrent reviews

Thomas K (jp) wrote: Great and eye opening.

Joly F (jp) wrote: n'a l'air bien marrant ce ti film la!! zot fini vu a li?

Graham B (kr) wrote: Actress turned filmmaker, Jessica Congdon, takes a hard look at the underwhelming representation of women in the media in America. Featuring interviews with noted female figures in politics, the media and business she explores the still evident glass ceiling and the double standards women face in terms of their looks and persona.The subject is close to the director's heart, inspired by learning that the child she is carrying is female, but as a documentary this fell a little short for me. The screen is constantly bombarded with facts and figures and Congdon spends a great deal of time illustrating the issue, but hardly any coming up with solutions to the problem. A very worthy film that would do well to be shown in schools, but I learned nothing new here.

Jose P (fr) wrote: Cheeseball, seen-it-before comedy with the dull plot device of what would happen if a couple woke up and had switched bodies. Wow, how original. It's upbeat and uplifting, which is about all that one can say in its defense, because aside from that it's rather atrocious. Avoid.

Violet M (ca) wrote: The best movie ever made by man

Peter H (gb) wrote: A whole lot of stereotypes.

Vera B (jp) wrote: It's hilarious! Another Western Comedy with a great cast (Jeanne Moreau, Brigitte bardot)

Robert I (ru) wrote: Really great cast, but I couldn't help but notice that I didn't laugh much to at all watching this. It doesn't quite live up to Brian DePalma's standards.

Terry D (jp) wrote: "Krkarlen (The Phantom Carriage)" is a masterpiece work of the silent era, or really any era, by Swedish film auteur Victor Sjstrm. Based on a novel by Nobel Prize-winning (and fellow Swedish) author Selma Lagerlf, the plot concerns an old Breton legend (it postulates that the last person to die on New Year's Eve before the clock strikes twelve is doomed to take the reins of Death's chariot and work tirelessly collecting fresh souls for the next year) and follows an alcoholic, abusive ne'er-do-well, David Holm (Sjstrm himself) and the pure-of-heart Salvation Army sister, Edit, who believes in his redemption. The narrative structure, mise-en-scne, cinematography, innovative special effects, and acting are all shining examples of cinema par excellence. Interestingly enough, the double/multiple exposure technique employed by Sjstrm to effectively present the eponymous carriage and those persons who are now on the 'other side' of the mortal curtain came to be seen by some latter-day critics as a conventional apparatus of the time that was overused by the director, but in defense of Sjstrm, it is in no way used as a gimmick - the effects beautifully fit the story and the scenes and subjects actually look exactly like they're described in the novel. One of the trailblazers of his generation and an inspiration to countless filmmakers in this wake, Sjstrm ended up being a literal father figure to fellow countryman Ingmar Bergman, who ended up casting him in two of his own films late in the former's life, most notably "Wild Strawberries", a Bergman masterpiece and Sjstrm's final film appearance. Thematically, there are clear and nifty parallels between "The Phantom Carriage" and Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" (as there will later be in "Wild Strawberries" along with nods to "The Phantom Carriage") centered around Holm being forced by his ghostly predecessor to revisit 3 key episodes of his life that have highly impacted and shaped his present, although I daresay in darker style here. Many scenes leave their mark. Two chilling ones in particular registered highly with me - 1.) After waking in the Salvation Army shelter and finding out that Sister Edit meticulously repaired his battered coat overnight Holm quite shockingly and savagely rips all of her alterations asunder, and 2.) In a fit of rage after his wife has locked him in the kitchen Holm grabs an axe and proceeds to hack through the door, eventually peering through his crudely-fashioned hole in ominous fashion before unlocking the door and escaping, in the meantime his wife has fainted from terror (this scene is recreated in almost mirror fashion by Stanley Kubrick and Jack Nicholson in "The Shining"). Overall, 95 years after it was made, "The Phantom Carriage" remains an impressive achievement in the history of film and an emotionally affecting one that leaves a deep and indelible impression.

Mike V (de) wrote: This is definitely the movie to watch if you want to evaluate how far society has come. Released in 86', it is an amazing time capsule for that era.

Brad W (gb) wrote: Interesting stories but no known link at the end, just an end. Val Kilmer's son looks just like him, hope he doesn't turn into a fat loser.

Scott J (ag) wrote: fricken cool! this movie borrows alot from other genres, while still maintaining its own badassery. its the matrix meets the raid meets saving private Ryan.

Eliane B (es) wrote: I was hoping for some witty UK action movie reminiscent of Guy Ritchie flicks but instead got this horrible indie flick with absolutely no plot or character development whatsoever. Didn't make it past the first 30 minutes - one of the worst movies I've ever seen.

Joe S (jp) wrote: Dare I say, the acting wasn't bad. Could have been a better story and better ending. Not the usual Kennedy movie, nice to see him act. Edge wasn't bad either, at times I thought I was listening to Robert Downey Jr. All and all it was better than The Chaperone lol.