Step Back to Glory
A true story of the unrelenting endurance and perseverance of a group of passionate teenage girls, in a film that firmly grasps audiences and tugs at the heartstrings with an emotionally charged story of tug-of-war, “Step Back to Glory”, stands out from all of the other Cinderella-story movies in its faithful portrayal of a real-life event. The film, directed by Zhang Bo-rui, tells the story of a group of young teenage girls from the Jingmei Girls High School tug-of-war team and their arduous journey from failure to success.
A girl makes friends for life when she joins the tug of war team at her new school. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Step Back to Glory torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Jake Gyllenhaal has become one of my favourite actors recently, I thought he was brilliant in Nightcrawler and he's just as good in this. Nocturnal Animals is one of those movies you really need to keep your attention on as it goes back and forth but once you know what's going on it's a great story about revenge, it's the way the movie is told which is completely different from anything else and very clever. Great performances from Amy Adams, Michael Shannon and Aaron Taylor-Johnson as well.
(us) wrote: Very tough to watch, some terrible acting and accents. All in a lo a waste of time.
(au) wrote: Good performance with weak story line
(us) wrote: Enfin un bon film avec Kevin Costner!
(au) wrote: inovativna animacija,al scenariji malo tanak..
(gb) wrote: Another great instalment to the series, with a desolate earth, umbrella are plotting what to do next. A tense action packed film, a great zombie rush that'll solve all your gory zombie needs.
(es) wrote: the dogs made this movie and that is saying something as i am not a dog lover myself, but i watched this with my young daughter who is! The acting however was very wooden and disappointing which holds back what could have been a great movie.
(it) wrote: it's a good movie, but the vin diesel aka first movie was better. still be would be great if both came out together in the next xxx movie aka the 4th one or if there will be a 5th movie.
(jp) wrote: Good vampire movie for a cartoon
(kr) wrote: Ineptitude is the name of the game in "Death by Dialogue," a trite, grating '80s horror movie that packs all the worst excesses of the genre and the era in which it was made without any unintentional comedic relief to soothe the pain. Based on what's onscreen, anyone who still opines "Plan 9 from Outer Space" is the worst movie ever made ought to have a look at this little piece of shit. If they truly believe "Plan 9" is the worst ever made, though, sitting through this or a Coleman Francis film would probably drive them to suicide. "Dialogue" encapsulates the shenanigans that ensue when a possessed screenplay begins unleashing its wrath on a pack of stereotypical, idiotic teenagers and the protagonist's handicapped uncle and icy caretaker. This simple enough premise is mangled in just about every way imaginable thanks to inept direction, writing, production, acting, and every other element in front of or behind the camera.
(au) wrote: Karen Black is great and the third tale is truly memorable but beyond that it's predictable and uneventful.
(br) wrote: This was an expensive pilot for a TV show. The special effects were all models shot in a tank of water. All the underwater life looks like rubber toys. The story is far fetched and has every cliche from every other Sci-Fi or submarine movie. The acting is over done and melodramatic. Some of the plot elements were done better in the Star Trek TV series. In the story the Van Allen Radiation belts have caught fire and are causing rapid global warming. Of coarse this is not possible. The Van Allen Radiation belts are just solar radiation trapped by the earth's magnetic field in the vacuum of space. When this movie was made the Van Allen Radiation belts had just been discovered by the U.S.'s first satellites and the USS Nautilus had also recently traveled under the Artic ice cap to the North Pole. The only reason to watch this movie is to see a young Barbara Eden in a pre I Dream of Jeannie role. The bad guy in the movie is played by Barbara Eden's real life husband at the time Michael Ansara who also played several characters on I Dream of Jeannie. He was most famous for playing Kang the Klingon in Star Trek. The TV show that came from this pilot was totally recast and was better written for the first few years. By the time the TV show ended it had become a monster of the week Sci-Fi series. However, without this movie and then TV show there may have been no Star Trek. The success of the TV show led NBC to look for a similar series that became Star Trek. The star of the movie was Walter Pidgeon who was also in Forbidden Planet which was also copied by Star Trek.
(au) wrote: I had the privilege of watching this with the accompaniment of the Alloy orchestra. It was an unforgettable experience with this astonishingly stylized German silent film. There isn't much else to say other than if you get the chance you should jump at it to experience this.
(fr) wrote: I'm only liking it for Matthew Fox's finest performance!
(de) wrote: Couldn't even finish it.
(ru) wrote: Good film amazing sound track.
(ag) wrote: Harmless... but thats it.
(nl) wrote: LOVE this movie! Really like the story and Ben Affleck is great in it.