The Crash Reel

The Crash Reel

The Crash Reel tells the story of a sport and the risks that athletes face in reaching the pinnacle of their profession. This is Kevin Pearce’s story, a celebrated snowboarder who sustained a brain injury in a trick gone wrong and who now aims, against all the odds, to get back on the snow.

Fifteen years of verite footage show the epic rivalry between half-pipe legends Shaun White and Kevin Pearce, childhood friends who become number one and two in the world leading up to the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Crash Reel torrent reviews

Carlos M (us) wrote: A visceral revenge story whose nerve-wracking tension is combined so well with a dark sense of humor as it follows the inept (and sometimes hilarious) efforts of its amateur protagonist, moving in a deliberate, slow-burning pace towards a lacerating conclusion.

Erin D (gb) wrote: any movie with rape scenes is automatically crap, but this one in particular, was annoying. SO MANY OPPORTUNITIES TO KILL THEM!!!

Devon W (ru) wrote: Bizarre story that I cared little for with a dumbass ending. Ugh.

L A (kr) wrote: a healthy pill to your mental life. this movie is so good that it makes me even remember Tiffany's line. she wasamazing, and so is Pat. I truly feel their character and feelings. that reflects how good they are

Dena S (br) wrote: very light, heartfelt movie, i enjoyed every moment of it. it's just life.

Brooks B (de) wrote: Meh hit was ok, not Amanda's best though

Per H (gb) wrote: John Singleton producerad dussinrulle med horribla skdisinsatser men som nd har en intressant story nog fr att gra den godknd och att man vill veta hur det slutar.

Ekkehard L (jp) wrote: Oh boy. I really should stop watching B-movies. But who would have guessed that this movie will be that bad? I really expected something along the 'army of darkness' lines. Even $1 at redbox is too much so skip that one!

Jerry C (kr) wrote: Second best picture of 'The Omen' franchise. And it's not even an official 'Omen' movie. The movie has an intelligent approach on the theme. The young antichrist is kidnapped. Do NOT kidnap the antichrist! That's the lesson we learn here.

Don S (ca) wrote: The sound kept dropping out; I don't know if this was by design to make it seem like an old drive-in movie or if it was just a poor transfer to disc. Doesn't matter, after you've seen a few minutes of this, you really won't care what the main character is saying anyway. Horrible acting all around. Lame story that makes little sense. Some scenes lead absolutely nowhere. The ladies are nice to look at. The kills are unimaginative cut-away shots. Complete waste of time.

Matt S (kr) wrote: phenomenal film scare the he'll out of you

Derek G (mx) wrote: Dexter Gordon is fucking awesome. He plays sax pretty good too. Great movie, and its fun to catch all the jazz musician cameos.

Keith Z (gb) wrote: wild in the streets!!!

Mike M (jp) wrote: This silly 80's comedy manages to maintain a goofy charm through most of its running time. John Murray channels his brother Bill's smart-aleck coolness, mixes it with a little bit of Corey Feldman and ends up with a comfortably familiar character who takes it all in stride with a quip. Jennifer Tilly, in her very first lead performance on the big screen, plays a ditzy NASA rocket scientist who forgets her glasses are already on her face. Neal Israel, writer of 'Police Academy', sticks to the same formula here, providing a group of lovable losers including; a nearly blind elderly lady, a single father of two, and a horror film buff- and the plot revolves around them working together to stick it to 'the man' (Keach) that wants to sell their cars at auction and take away their driver's licenses. The film was surprisingly entertaining, though often ridiculous. A perfect movie for fans of "Summer School", "Meatballs", and the aforementioned "Police Academy".

JiPolitic F (it) wrote: This movie is brilliant it take a noir detective story and twists in a way that on its head would seem lame but it pulled off in such a way that makes perfect sense. The polt line could easily be a big budget summer popcorn movie with lots of gunplay, but it all comes across more real as the drama that plays out in the smaller setting of characters that think they run the world.