To Tulsa and Back: On Tour with J.J. Cale

To Tulsa and Back: On Tour with J.J. Cale

There's not really a plot, since this is a Documentary. In my opinion, it's a very good, very entertaining...

There's not really a plot, since this is a Documentary. In my opinion, it's a very good, very entertaining... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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To Tulsa and Back: On Tour with J.J. Cale torrent reviews

Chinarut R (kr) wrote: had no expectations of this movie and thought it was a nice account of an incredibly open woman & her experience in a lesbian romance. it was particularly interesting to see the story unfold from the standpoint of Japanese culture and was glad it was light on drama and very easy to watch!

Shantel D (ag) wrote: Paul Rudd is awesome.... this movie was okay, pretty basic rom-com.

Aaon R (au) wrote: It's a good movie with colourful...wait a second...Charlie Sheen is in this movie? OK, IT SUCKS

Phyllis H (ru) wrote: Great story..Loved it.

Mr D (jp) wrote: The good thing about this movie is that Chris Rock didnt have a bigger part.

Ann L (au) wrote: CARRINGTON Slow. Talky. This film has the timeless quality of a good Masterpiece Theater production. It is biographical in one sense, however, the title is misleading because the story per se is not about the life of the artist Dora de Houghton Carrington. The drama is about her personal relationship with the British writer Lytton Strachey from their initial meeting in 1915 to her suicide at age 38 after his death from cancer in 1932. We find out how the two met, we see the attraction that they felt for each other, we learn how it was that they became involved, and we understand what were to be the lasting affects each had on the other's life. Whether or not theirs was indeed a loving bond is a decision that is left up to the viewer to make one way or another. What is true nevertheless is that within the 17-year time frame on which the movie focuses, Lytton achieves peer recognition and success in his literary career while Dora comes to be her most productive artistically--in fact the story showcases the body of her most important work. The film features good performances. It was shot on location.

Tim L (it) wrote: Great animated version of a classic Roald Dahl book. Fun from beginning to end.

Dilhara A (jp) wrote: I didn't find any good use of the addition of the smarty-pants kids in this movie. McPartlin, on the other hand, was very welcome eye candy. It's an enjoyable watch.

Eva F (br) wrote: I truly enjoyed this black comedy. So strange and original.

Emma d (ru) wrote: A bland, excruciatingly slow movie that fosters no emotional interest or attachment to any of its characters. The documentary format is not pursued loyally enough to add anything to the form. The plot is non-existent because the conflict is meager. The final show-down is anticlimactic. The directors thought it necessary to include 3 lengthy 'party hard' scenes that added nothing to the plot. And the pay-off of it all was a 2-second scrap of a resolution. Halfway through I literally put the movie on 2x speed to get it the fuck over with. Don't waste your time on it.