The Fastest Man Who Has Ever Lived
Usain Bolt is the fastest man on the planet and a sportsman like no other. But what makes him so much faster than any other man in the history of the human race? Who better to investigate than athletics legend Michael Johnson, the man Bolt has dethroned as the world's fastest human ever.
Usain Bolt is the fastest man on the planet and a sportsman like no other. But what makes him so much faster than any other man in the history of the human race? Who better to investigate than athletics legend Michael Johnson, the man Bolt has dethroned as the world's fastest human ever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: this movie is super cool!!!
(gb) wrote: Vincent (Tomer Sisley) is involved in a dangerous situation. His job as a police officer is relatively comfortable. On the other hand, he goes out on an assignment with his partner where a substantial amount of drugs stolen from the mob has Vincent and his partner in alot of trouble with them. To turn up the heat on Vincent's comfort zone, a member of his family is abducted by the mob. The give him a very short time frame to return what belongs to them or his family member may become a part of his past. Fighting against time and one of his superiors suspecting him to be double dealing as a dirty cop on his tail. Vincent has got to turn all of this around before he loses everything. Will he succeed??? Warning: the action in this film turns up from luke warm to whit hot in a very short amount of time !!! GET THIS MOVIE!!!!
(nl) wrote: Okay spoof movie, makes fun of movies llike '300', 'Gladiator' and 'Troy'.
(ag) wrote: A funny little rom-com, although not sure it sends the right message about "Youth" in the end.
(ag) wrote: Good thriller/Suspense!! not very gd acting but very cool sex scenes!! never forgotten Chen Kaige's name since then. For those who r interested i hv the VCD
(us) wrote: A boring typical mystery film.
(fr) wrote: Love Streams is a fine film about kooky characters that mostly convey a natural wisdom when they aren't just punch-drunk mad.
(de) wrote: This movie is one of those I cant say is a good film, but it is odd enough to be entertaining. I learned that 7 years from now, the world will end, and everyone will be wearing clear acrylic, live in tents made of clear plastic sheeting, put giant acrylic domes on top of their 1970's pontiac firebirds, and bras will likewise be made of clear acrylic domes. One of the worst movies ever made and all the better for it.
(au) wrote: I LMAO watching this.
(de) wrote: Excellent from begining to end! Ewan McGregor is the perfect narator. Even engaging and enjoyable for those who really dont care about racing
(de) wrote: The movie had potential, the cast is nothing short of terrific and they did absolutely everything they could performance wise... They needed a better story, they script was fine, nothing great but it worked. The story was just weak.
(ag) wrote: Incredible film by the Legendary Danny Boyle and starring the great Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, etc!
(ru) wrote: Funny, clever and unforgettable classic romantic comedy.
(es) wrote: The late great Stanley Kubrick's tenth feature film is a lavish visually ravishing adaption of William Makepeace Thackeray's novel. Barry Lyndon, played superbly by Ryan O'Neal, who is a young devious Irish rogue that gambles, duels, and seduces his way through the parlors, palaces, and battlefields of eighteenth-century Europe. Born into a poor rural family, Lyndon constantly transforms himself donning different guises and personas as he drifts through the currents and courts of European gentry in constant pursuit of two prizes that prove most ephemeral: wealth and happiness. He finally achieves this after his marriage to a rich widow, nicely played by the beautiful Marisa Berenson, who is exquisitely photographed at every turn. Lyndon is now a socially fashionable peer. Ryan O' Neal's brand of unemotional stoicism lends itself perfectly to his role of the naive fledging who learns quickly to become a successful opportunist. Brilliantly directed by Stanley Kubrick, with outstanding supporting performances by Patrick Magee, Hardy Kruger, Steven Berkoff, Gay Hamilton, and Marie Kean. Kubrick's technical virtuosity is what makes this film so audacious as the picaresque exploits of its anti-hero. The film's justly famous visual richness is the result of Kubrick's meticulous attention to historical and detail, including wigs made of real hair courtesy of an Italian convent. The film's exquisite outdoor scenes bathed in natural light and crisply registering shifts in air and sky were based on a careful study of the era's landscape paintings. Special lens that originally were developed by NASA for use on satellites was adapted for a film camera so that cinematographer John Alcott could shoot most of the film's indoor scenes solely by candlelight. Alcott won a well deserved Academy Award for his breathtaking cinematography. A fascinating motion picture that constructs the world of the past and brings it back to vivid life. Highly Recommended.