Tour de Pharmacy

Tour de Pharmacy

A mockumentary that chronicles the prevalence of doping in the world of professional cycling.

Tour de Pharmacy is a sports doping mockumentary that chronicles the prevalence of doping in the world of professional cycling. During the Tour De France in 1982, an entire roster of racers was knocked down to five once it was discovered that everyone was doping. The film focuses on the five that remained. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tour de Pharmacy torrent reviews

Ekene O (au) wrote: Grade: F. Terrible. I couldn't even finish the movie. After an hour of absolutely no progression I just couldn't take it anymore.

Thomas H (mx) wrote: Fantastic pic for most of the first hour or so, but virtually everything during the last hour left me at best wanting, and at worst, totally taken out of the film due to how formulaic the story was, and how badly the interactions between this talented cast were scripted.

Aaron C (ca) wrote: run of the mill Hollywood romcom with overdramatized marital counseling situations, and object lessons.

Hussein A (ag) wrote: agaisnt the dark staring steven seagal:pos:cool scenes, cool knife moves and weaponsneg:dumb moves like not shooting the guy in the water (seagul had a clear shot)dumb repetitve scene of "save the surviers! no"; last bad guy isn't very goodcorny music that constantly appears with hunters; the two women don't even speak; suspense is all wrong; wonky cheography, shabby but not to shabby

Ben L (us) wrote: Sometimes it's a good thing to revisit movies that you hated the first time, and that was the case for me with War of the Worlds. I can't remember why it disappointed me so much when I originally saw it in the theater, but I was a bit leery to try again. I still have one significant problem with the film, and that is the fact that I don't really like any of the characters. I find Ray (played by Tom Cruise) to be a very poor father figure who really needs to get his life in order, and his two kids are annoying. What I managed to connect with this time, however, was the story that these characters were walking through. The way that they encounter so much destruction, death, and the decline of humanity is captivating. It's riveting to watch how these characters are forced to do things they never imagined themselves doing in order to survive. What really surprised me, because I didn't remember it, is how much agency Tom Cruise had on the events in the film. My memory was that he just watched things happen and ran the whole time, but there are several scenes when he makes aggressive choices in order to fight back and keep his family alive. Still, there is an awful lot of luck involved in the whole film, and that did bother me a little that he dodged hundreds of "bullets." The most impressive aspect of War of the Worlds is the special effects. I think they hold up remarkably well even a decade later, and put to shame what many modern films deliver. I have a new found appreciation for this film. I still think it's lesser Spielberg, but it's certainly not among his worst films (which I would have said before re-watching it.)

Esraa A (ru) wrote: I saw it in Dubai and it was good

Daniel A (ru) wrote: Just saying that the incredibles launch in the same year.... for me its a damn fun movie, but only because my language is portuguese, and the portuguese voices is Awesome and so much better then the English version, so that's why

Hector O (au) wrote: I give this Movie ****


Tanner M (fr) wrote: A decent attempt at making Michael Myers return. This movie is somewhat a good sequel just there were to many bad things in it for me to say it was a decent sequel. First off the mask was horrible, and the characters were kind've boring. Also in this movie it's almost like Michael can teleport. He gets from the roof to ground level in a minor 3 seconds. Donald Pleasance was Fantastic as his roll as Dr.Loomis. One last comment is how did Michael, and Loomis survive that fire. That fire was more of an explosion.

Ro I (fr) wrote: I can't believe danny Aiello threw that kid off the roof!

Andreas O (gb) wrote: B-movie sci-fi of the usual 50s/60s style, depicting a diver team caught in an underwater cave system trying to find their way out. Cute but ultimately pointless little film, perfect for a lazy day but nothing to bring to the friend-circle movie night. Still, John Carradine's in it. Always something.

Matt T (us) wrote: A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do. The short haul lorry driving buisness is at the centre of this tale of masculinity and what it's like to be a real man. Stanley Baker has recently been released from prison and finds work as a driver for transporting gravel. As the drivers are are only hired and kept to do at least 12 runs a day, there is an emphasis to drive fast on dangerous country roads. Less than a dozen and you are out. There is a bonus for getting the most runs. Patrick McGoohan is both the foreman and number one driver who regularly reaches a whopping 18 runs a day. He is also a bully and nutter and the others have to let him pass by. Drivers who have come up against him in the past have ended up in fatal crashes. New lad Baker though see's himself as a challenger and a battle of wits and brawn is started. Who will become the the alpha male? A vampish Peggy Cummins is thrown into the equation as the girlfriend of Herbert Lom, Baker's only friend. She has eyes for the new boy. The truck scenes are excitingly staged and are in a long tradition of similar films like They Drive By Night (1940)and The Wages Of Fear (1952). At times you feel you are in the driving seat bumping along the roads, almost being able to smell the petrol and burned rubber, with a throat full of gravel dust. What is remarkable is the cast. An almost whose who of British acting talent circa 1957. As well as Baker (Zulu), McGoohan (The Prisoner), Cummins (Gun Crazy), and Lom (The Pink Panther) there is also Sean Connery (Bond), David McCallum (The Man From Uncle), William Hartnell (Dr Who), Gordan Jackson (The Great Escape) and Sid James (Carry On). All in the same film. Result! By the late 1950s working class males were becoming more prevalent in British films. Welshman Baker (dubbed Manly Stanley at the time) represented this new type of male and brought in a tough masculine persona. Richard Burton being another. Up until then middle class actors like Jack Hawkins and Dirk Bogarde were stalwarts of the more conservative British films. Hell Drivers is an example of the new gritty dramas that would also inspire the Angry Young Men style of films like Saturday Night And Sunday Morning (1960). The film has been given the DVD treatment with lots of extras. I look forward to seeing them. Overall a blistering, boistrous, bellowing, blokes blockbuster. For the male viewers take note, Hell Driver's shows how to be a real hard man. (The ladies love a bit of rough).

Terri H (nl) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested