The Best of R.E.M.: In View 1988-2003

The Best of R.E.M.: In View 1988-2003


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The Best of R.E.M.: In View 1988-2003 torrent reviews

Greg W (jp) wrote: It's the Mother of all Jewish-mother joke films.

Lee M (gb) wrote: A fascinating cross-cultural experiment that eventually runs itself into the ground.

Leon B (de) wrote: Review:this movie gives an deep insight into the preparation that body builders have to go through before competition. It really does show that you have to completely devote your whole life to the sport to come any in competition. As in Pumping Iron, there is still a bitter rivalry between the contenders and there is a big gap between 2nd and 1st place. The movie was put together well by the director and the different body builders really did show what they put there bodies through. It was good to see Arnie & Lou Ferigno, who were always going up against each other, but Arnie always came out on top. Anyway, this movie is a great watch if your interested in body building and and the dedication of the athletes. Enjoyable!Round-Up:It always amazed me how much these body builders push there bodies to the extreme and with all the supplements and detailed diet, it really isn't for every person. When these body builders are in competition, they really don't have time for everyday life, so you can just imagine how it must feel when you don't win. I did feel sorry for some of the contend ants because they really was relying on a win to further there careers. It also hurts when a cocky competitor wins, especially when they have won 8 times before, and they really don't have any compassion for the other athletes.i did enjoy Pumping Iron and I think that this was a well out together sequel.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $1millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there body building documentaries about a group of athletes preparing for Mr. Olympia. 6/10

rosie g (us) wrote: I think this movie is so cool and interesting even tho I am a bit old I still like all these films, hey don't judge cost no one likes people that judge other people u wolnt like it other people judged you would u xxxx anyways cool film and p.s great for little children to watch xxxx

Ethan M (de) wrote: slow in parts but good

Mara P (gb) wrote: As silly and poorly made as this movie was, I have to admit that I got kiddish delight out of it.

Robert I (ca) wrote: Really good film, I'm not going to lie. Although, Bonnie Hunt steals it.

Private U (gb) wrote: A stunning tale about enemies and how easy it is to get lost as a person. Meaney is amazing as always.

David M (br) wrote: There's isn't much to this film which makes sense since it doesn't attempt much. I will give it this though--what it tries to do, it does perfectly well. There are a bunch of good actors in this film and they make he most of the flimsy plot. Indeed, they appear to enjoy I themselves, which helps us enjoy what they are doing on screen. Even Tara Reid acts her ass off, which I didn't think was possible until catching this silly thing 15 years later.

Brandon W (au) wrote: Joy Ride is directed by John Dahl, written by well known director J.J. Abrams, and Clay Tarver. It stars Paul Walker, Steve Zahn, Leelee Sobieski, and Ted Levine in a horror thriller film about 2 brothers messing around with the radio, and when Rusty Nail was on the radio, they decided to prank him, and when they get their laugh, Rusty Nail goes after them for being embarrassed in a car chase. I was excited to go back to watching this film as J.J. Abrams was one of the main reasons why I wanted to watch it again, even if he's not the director for this film. So with Joy Ride, it's a great film that is interesting to see small films that J.J. Abrams was involved with before he got well known. Paul Walker is good as the main lead, and Steve Zahn is pretty funny in it, but is not just the comic relief in it. Ted Levine is very scary good in it, gives off a very chilling voice that's honestly different from what I usually hear from horror films, and his character is a great villain that makes sense why he's doing that. The score by Marco Beltrami is effective for the film, and it has a lot of suspense to the point of making me worried for the characters. The problems I have with the film, is that the plot is not original, in fact, it reminds me a lot of Steven Spielberg's Duel which J.J. Abrams was influenced by, and Leelee Sobieski is just all right in it, nothing really special for her performance. In the end, Joy Ride is smarter than your average B movie and had a lot of great things in it to make it stand out on its own.

Matthew M (ru) wrote: Creepier and downright scarier than most Disney films of that era. Unpopular opinion because it's considered one Disney's greatest. It's got its bright spots, but it's too creepy for me to call a good family film.

LeeAnn T (ag) wrote: this is my all time favourite movie.

Isaac B (gb) wrote: Being a fan of Moto GP this was an amazing Documentary. Highly recommend Buying it!

Official C (ca) wrote: Though not always intriguing, "Gangs of New York" has memorable performances, notably that of Day-Lewis's, and some very remarkable production design.

Rodrigo D (kr) wrote: What? I dont understand if this suposed to be funny or scary. LOL