The Startup Kids
The Startup Kids is a documentary about young web entrepreneurs in the U.S. and Europe. It contains interviews with founders of Vimeo, Dropbox, Soundcloud and more who talk about how they started their company and their lives as an entrepreneur. Along with that people from the tech scene speaks about the startup environment including the venture capitalist Tim Draper and MG Siegler, tech blogger at Techcrunch.
- Stars:Trip Adler, Alexa Andrzejewski, Mike Butcher, Carter Cleveland, Leah Culver, Tim Draper, Drew Houston, Zach Klein, Loic Le Meur, Sam Lessin, Daniel Levine, Ping Li, James Lindenbaum, Alexander Ljung, Morten Lund,
- Director:Vala Halldorsdottir, Sesselja Vilhjalmsdottir,
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The Startup Kids torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Definitely a bold subject that does not compromise the subject matter even by the end. The God depiction is sensationally modern and fitting. Yet, the movie falls short on both humour and drama. The opposing forces are portrayed too meek and idiotic to give rise to a better courtroom debates. The God is too passive.
(gb) wrote: crita ni klakar n banyak aksi..
(au) wrote: Couldn't last 10 minutes before turning it off.
(gb) wrote: A perfect movie for a fan of both these guys! If you like movies like; Mall rats or clerks 1 & 2, then you'll love this movie. Surprisingly it also carries a great cast with some surprising cameos.
(ru) wrote: While Ozzy Osbourne's pioneering heavy metal band Black Sabbath mixed socio-political awareness with the occult the naming of the band has little to do with latter. One night in the late '60s, while playing in England under the name of Earth, the band took note that the theater across the street playing this film had more patrons in line to that show than their's. Realizing horror sells Earth took on the name of Black Sabbath.
(us) wrote: A bunch of mythological figures gather and get fucked up. For 38 minutes. This might have some arresting visuals and maybe some commentary on idolatry and mythology, but at the end of the day, this is a freakin' 38-minute filmstrip that shows one thing: people partying their ass off. Say it with me now: Who. The fuck. Cares. Give me the insane passion of 'Fireworks' or even the cutesy fun of 'Puce Moment.' Not some Greek goddess of whatever getting crunked for as long as an episode of 'Top Design,' which I could instead be watching and feel twice as enriched.
(us) wrote: Stupid movie. Really thought acting and directing were just bad.
(nl) wrote: A lot of this is pretty ridiculous, even for a saga about dinosaur theme parks. But if you've willingly walked into this you'll get enough dinosaur-vs-human action sequences that you probably won't care.
(nl) wrote: As with A View to a Kill, Roger Moore is too old to be playing bond at this point. This entry also has some of the silliest moments including Tarzan vine swinging and clown, gorilla and crocodile disguises. Alas it's nearly impossible for a bond film to be truly awful as there are a number of fun action set pieces.
(nl) wrote: blair witch meets paranormal activity.