The von Trapp Family: A Life of Music

The von Trapp Family: A Life of Music

Agathe von Trapp, the eldest daughter of a well-known musical family, overcomes many obstacles to pursue her musical career and move to the United States.

The movie follows the Von Trapp family's incredible journey from the perspective of Agathe, the eldest daughter of a well-known musical family, as she overcomes obstacles to pursue a career in music in the United States. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The von Trapp Family: A Life of Music torrent reviews

Mel C (it) wrote: Bored stupid throughout. Rubbish story. No feeling for characters at all. Wooden acting. Rather watch East Enders .....

William D (au) wrote: "Woody Allen: A Documentary" is no great work of art, but it's a very thorough overview of Allen's life and work. Mr. Allen allows himself to be filmed quite a bit and gives thoughtful commentary on a range of subjects. Ultimately, it makes Allen out to seem like a rather shallow craftsman, not a true artist. Not sure that was the intention of the project! I feel that Allen had a brief period of true artistry in the late 1970s. In my view, his last great work of art was "Stardust Memories," which I'm confident will someday be perceived as the masterpiece it is.

Claire T (fr) wrote: worst than mirrors and that was saying something, I didn't like it, thought it was crap, I will not watch this film ever again, crap film, it starred Nick Stahl, Lawrence Turner and Emmanuelle Vaugier

RonnieNikki T (nl) wrote: Awesome and sad commentary on the elderly life.

Gary K (ag) wrote: Now they're just abusing the "Walking Tall" franchise. It's one thing to re-boot a classic, somewhat factual biopic of a Tennessee lawman with a former professional wrestler. It's another to launch an unrelated sequel to a re-boot that is unrelated to its source material. Going so far as to produce a sequel to a sequel to a re-boot that is unrelated to its source material may be unprecedented in movie history. This movie isn't bad, it's just really inconsistent. Maybe someone will finally get back to telling the true story of Buford Pusser.

Avid C (de) wrote: Dave is an highly improbable story, but it is heartfelt and very entertaining. You will not get bored watching this flick and you'll smile all the while. It is simple straightforward, yet with a number of nice surprise. The acting is solid, no exaggeration or caricature, just nice performances.For everyone.

Poorvi P (nl) wrote: I love this movie. I must have seen it a thousand times but I just never get bored.

Iben D (it) wrote: One of the best movies I've ever seen. Makes you think and Dreyfuss is amzing. See it!!!

Donald A (ca) wrote: Nous donnes une bonne vision de ce qu'tait le Qubec des annes '40. L'omprsence de la religion et de la "domination" des anglais. Le ras-le-bol qui allait se manifester quelque 20 ans plus tard, avec la rvolution tranquille. Vision prsente travers les yeux du jeune Benoit. Photographie excellente.

J M (mx) wrote: Very interesting traditional story/style.

Grant F (ca) wrote: Simply terrifying. I think the most disturbing thing portrayed in this film is the social attitude toward those with disabilities and the prevalence of eugenics that was a very real problem less than a century ago - an attitude that we see re-emerging in our current culture. Gubble gobble gubble gobble.

emily h (mx) wrote: Not bad... Sad of course

Jamie I (fr) wrote: I have been a fan of the Resident Evil games for quite some time. I remember playing in my old apartment when no one was home and hearing strange noises that weren't coming from the game. In this aspect Extinction doesn't disappoint. There are quite a few jumpy moments. Also, Extinction introduces those bastard crows which can slowly pick you to death in the games. But zombies, the backbone of the games, are a bit scarce in this film which terribly disappointed me. I mean that was how the franchise started. Why abandon it? Instead Extinction focuses on Alice and a convoy of unimportant characters who soon meet their death headed by game fav Claire Redfield. Returning are L.J. (Mike Epps) and Carlos (Oded Fehr). Remember how funny L.J. was in Apocalypse? He has no funny time here. In fact he's the first of the convoy to go zombie. Too bad. He was funny. I also didn't realize Las Vegas would look like Yuma if left to the desert. Who knew? The super saddest part of the flick is when Carlos gets chawed on. Alas, he goes down like a true champ. He plows the gas truck into the Umbrella stronghold in Vegas, finds a stashed joint and smokes it before he blows up the truck. I'll miss you Carlos. Good news for the remaining survivors the cure lies in Alice's blood! But that's the last we hear of that. Alice spends the remaining few minutes of the film threatening Umbrella's big boss Sunglasses Man with her newly formed clone army. Weird eh? I guess in the end I was just a little disappointed. So I'll leave it up to you.

David B (us) wrote: pretty good, strong cast of likeable characters, John Wayne gives a good performance but overall it's a fairly standard war film.