The Railrodder

The Railrodder

After literally swimming across the Atlantic Ocean, an Englishman takes a country trip across Canada on a railcar.

After literally walking to Canada from England, Buster takes a cross-country trip across Canada on a railway motorcar (speeder). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Railrodder torrent reviews

F B (au) wrote: Excellent film combining new and old footage extremely well.

Linda H (ag) wrote: Loved the cast, the settings, and the script. I loved this movie. Wanna be critics flog yourselves. You're too stuck up for comedy. This movie was fun and creative. Chill out with this refreshing story.

Gary B (fr) wrote: A film for the fans directed by a fan. If you don't like the Stone Roses don't bother.

Private U (ru) wrote: Very Very Interesting Movie! One of the most original zombie movies of our time. You'll have to watch it to understand what I mean.

Guido S (it) wrote: Jessica Alba is a dancer doing a lot of work for her community when a video producer wants to put her in her video as a choreographer but with some downsides. She decides to go on her own and open up her own community dance center. It's ok, the choreographer is good, but the plot isn't really there, sort of like Breakin 2. Alba is decent, but no one else to really back her up here.

Darren F (kr) wrote: Dear lord I miss this movie. How come no one remembers it?

Stefan G (mx) wrote: This kind of movie is like a rare species - it's unlike any other film I've ever seen, and I admittedly don't really know how best to look at it. One thing I must say, however, is that the story flows almost literally like a runaway train. You don't know where it's going to go, but by the end, you're hanging on nearly every minute. The characters are quite well-acted, and for me, they show more real personality than most action film characters, but aren't as magnetic. What I find most interesting about them is the scenes where they seem to reflect on what they're doing, even in the most basic ways. For me, the biggest source of appeal is the film's lovely soundtrack, and the beautifully snowy Alaskan backdrop, which does well to make the overall environment look a lot less bleak. I'm quite surprised that this film isn't that popular, considering how well it was made. In all fairness, I don't know if this is the sort of film that most people would like, but if you take a good look at it, you might be pleasantly surprised.

Henrysmovieguide C (de) wrote: Very good and awesome. Some of the best martial arts action I have seen, ever. Bruce Lee is so cool in this movie. A must-see.

Arslan K (fr) wrote: Hands down the basic blue print for majority of modern kung fu movies and also action fight scenes. You dot watch this because of the bad acting you watch this to see bruce lee do what he does best, prove why he is one of the greatest fighters ever lived.

Richard L (de) wrote: It's an interesting animation movie that incorporates social comment on the black liberation movement, racism, organized crime and the mafia. As in many Bakshi movies, it depicts a harsh setting with violent, weird and sexist characters (drag queens, for instance). Barry White's voicing of Bear is pretty neat. Some parts of the movie are a bit long and the story is loose at times, but it's generally worthwhile and it has special historical relevance, especially when you contrast this movie to mainstream animation like Disney's.

Isadore H (ag) wrote: Matthew Mconaughy shreds the screen in Killer Joe, a story about a police detective that moonlights as a hired assassin. All the performances were great, but Mconaughy compleatly steals the show as the most unnerving character I've seen him play yet. The plot wasn't very complex, but it didn't really need to be, save for one good twist at the end. I usually am not a fan of the ambiguous ending, but it worked perfectly in this film, one that on one should miss