The Right Stuff

The Right Stuff

A chronicle of the original Mercury astronauts in the formation of America's space program: Alan Shepherd, the first American in space; Gus Grissom, the benighted astronaut for whom nothing works out as planned; John Glenn, the straight-arrow 'boy scout' of the bunch who was the first American to orbit the earth; and the remaining pilots: Deke Slayton, Scott Carpenter and Wally Schirra.

The movie focuses on the lives of the Mercury astronauts, including John Glenn (Ed Harris) and Alan Shepard (Scott Glenn), and their macho, seat-of-the-pants approach to the space program. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Right Stuff torrent reviews

Josh T (kr) wrote: If you enjoy Zombie and kung fu films mixed together, and don't mind reading gotta check this one out. Super INTENSE at times and a great story. Oh, and these Zombies are NOT slow!!!

Facebook U (ru) wrote: A delightful road trip/buddy movie about two aging former brothers-in-law who go on a fun-filled road trip through Iceland, proving you're never too old to have a good time. Life is indeed what we make of it.

Ralph R (jp) wrote: I pooped, and the turd looked like Rosie O'Donnel playing tennis with Burt Lancaster.

Lori B (au) wrote: Cool movie about much more that a rock band in Iraq.

Cline D (de) wrote: Sacr casting, beaucoup de munitions et de testostrone, divertissant.

Josh C (br) wrote: "There are still things I need to do before I have a child, like finish college, and have a job . . . and a marriage." The camera doesn't show her face. The rumbling machine makes a sudden scream, like the sound of a drill bit when it comes to a screeching halt. "In just a few minutes, we're able to facilitate her decision to not be a parent," the doctor says jauntily. "Now it's just a matter of piecing the fetal tissue back together." He sifts through the machine's contents, holding up a tiny human arm, a splintered leg, and a ghoulish head. The bulging, empty eyes stare into the camera.Yes, Tony Kaye's Lake of Fire is graphic. Shot entirely in black and white, the grayscale film only mutes the viewer's horror. Nevertheless, this documentary isn't so much about abortion as it is the people who care about abortion. Just because Kaye never speaks during the film's 152-minutes-the narrative lumbers along through a combination of interviews and archival footage shot over the course of 16 years-doesn't mean he has nothing to say. Repeated juxtapositions of religious imagery and spiritual rhetoric are not-so-subtle suggestions that abortion wars transcend the political.Lake of Fire fetishizes zealous fundamentalists on both sides. Pro-choice activists are seen carrying a cross emblazoned with the words "cross of oppression, keep abortion legal" and shock-rocker femme fatales perform vulgar acts with coat-hangers. Most of the film follows anti-abortion activists who perceive themselves to be vehicles of God's wrath upon abortionists. The interview subjects that Kaye chooses betray his interest in militant subculture, a fascination he carries over from his previous work, American History X, which examined neo-NAZI skinheads. Unfortunately, this approach paints the entire pro-life movement with the brush of violent extremism. But the film also shows how ugly abortion is, which casts the vigilantes in a more sympathetic light.Though Kaye claims neutrality on abortion, his inclusion of a clip from "The Hard Truth" may reveal the motivation for his graphic documentary. "Some might ask why a video of this sort should even be necessary," the clip's narrator says. "Teachers don't show bloody World War II footage to manipulate students emotionally, they use it because the NAZI death camps represent an evil so inexpressible that lectures alone could never adequately describe it. Until you've seen the pictures . . . you can't begin to know how evil it is."

Patrick C (nl) wrote: While this film really does tackle some complex issues, I'm almost ashamed to say that it works best when any of the six main characters is naked or about to be naked... The sexual politics of it all is far more interesting than the social/class aspects.

Corpse M (mx) wrote: pretty funny idea and good cast make this film entertaining. even tho its a spoof its probably more true than you'd think.

Waleed A (jp) wrote: fun horror movie with some great scenes and a cool premise. there is some cheesiness and some random signs that seem irrelevant but still enjoyable. (about 3 viewings)

Vincent B (ru) wrote: Probablement l'un des meilleurs films sur le Jazz qu'il m'ait t donn de voir avec le Bird d'Eastwood. Et toute la maestria de Spike Lee l'?uvre...

Ron K (kr) wrote: does this movie belong at top of best all time Western's? absolutely NOT.