The film Supervention addresses all aspects of modern free-skiing. The company behind the film has previously won numerous awards within the genre and we meet amazing riders usually not on film, Aksel Lund Svindal and Terje Haakonsen.

A ski documentary showcasing modern freeskiing, free riding and snowboarding. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Supervention torrent reviews

Jerico T (kr) wrote: Reading a dictionary is very boring but watching how a dictionary is made isn't boring at all. The performance of Ryuhei Matsuda and Aoi Miyazaki was very award winning. I would say that this is the turning point of Matsuda's career. It's one of the most interesting films up to date. It doesn't have a kissing scene but the definiton of love sank through the bottom of my heart.

Ben H (us) wrote: Balfour is the only redeeming element of this shocking straight-to-bargin-bin movie. Basic nature and physics are thrown out of the window, which okay it is a movie, but I was left feeling patronised and let down when an extra bit of effort on the script would probably have resulted in something stronger.

Pasha A (fr) wrote: Funny. Sad. Beauty and Ugly. These are the pains of the second and third worlds. I use to live with these pains everyday in my country. Nice directing.

Ollie W (jp) wrote: Just a good film. The previous 2 are better, in my opinion as they better combine and show the fun and silliness alongside the love and heartfeltness (not a word but still). This one is a little more serious and I can understand why some just wouldn't get the silliness of the previous films. To me though, as I said, this isn't as good, however it is definitely still a good film and worth watching (if you like the style that is).

Johnny T (ru) wrote: As with Douglas, Lynn and the writers do very well by d'Abo and especially Fox, who holds on to our sympathies even when his well-meaning character is in danger of selling out. Travis, who is able to be simultaneously funny and beautiful in the stylish tradition of Sally Kellerman and Carole Lombard, is most welcome as a consistent moral force and reality check. Greedy is an average comedy with a lot of well known faces, although most of the characters will almost automatically get on your nerves, but both Michael J. Fox and Kirk Douglas give pretty decent performances. The film is fairly basic and predictable, although the last fifteen minutes turn out to be really good, with a couple of surprising twists at the end I didn't see coming. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)

Julie B (es) wrote: one of the best films I have ever seen - cannon find anything to fault it! Stands the test of time.

Couch Potato M (it) wrote: This movie is completely horrible when it's not being totally boreing. A complete waste of time.

Laurel S (kr) wrote: I love this movie...most likely any Cary Grant for that madder!

Devon B (de) wrote: The third in the Thin Man series also comes up third in quality. Nick and Nora go out to Long Island to visit the manager of Nora's father's finances, because he's worried about a former employees threats. Former employee Phil Church (Sheldon Leonard) claims that if he dreams about a person 3 times, that person winds up dead. Sure enough, the old man winds up dead, and it's Church who is the prime suspect. Things only get more convoluted from here, as the detectives hunt down Church and his gang. If you've seen the previous two Thin Man movies, it's fairly easy to spot the murderer early on, as a formula seems to be developing. They also seem to be running out of gags to do with the dog, Asta. At one point, and for no apparent reason, the dog does a backwards flip while walking towards the stairs, in what appears to be cuteness for cuteness' sake. Speaking of cuteness for cuteness' sake, a baby has been added to Nick and Nora's life, although it plays a very minor role in the proceedings (just at the end). There's still some great dialogue here, though I find it odd when characters who appear to be good, are suddenly found out to be bad, and their manner of speaking changes from erudite to bowery in a matter of seconds. Very odd indeed, see. If youz mugs are in da mood fer a old-fashioned "who-done-it?", you'd best stick wit the foist two movies, see. But if youz arredy seen em, and ya needz yer fix o' flatfeets and gumheels, with hot petunias and dames wit heaters under their jalopies, i guess dis is bettah dan nuttin.

Cody Y (it) wrote: Rebecca De Mornay and Julianne Moore are great. The rest is dull, cliched and flat.