A fast-paced, lively look at electric traction's influence on urban life. Streetcars, trolleys, interurbans, cable cars, elevated lines, subways, from horse-cars to modern light rail ... ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
You may also like
Trolley: The Cars That Built Our Cities torrent reviews
Guillaume B (gb) wrote: Declaration of Love to the Cinema
Robert B (gb) wrote: Best Will Ferrell film ever!!!!
Bengel W (gb) wrote: Pentecostals beware this is how to really manipulate a congregation without all that false spiritual stuff that you end up doing, then overpaying the pastor to boot. Here is a film that just shows that being honest in livening up a sermon and bringing it into the 20th century can have an effect, even if the miracle of growth is movie magic. Honestly where are, the churches like these? Nibbles: Bread, Wine, Cheese.
Carlos I (it) wrote: Fantastic love story.
Jacob B (jp) wrote: D+To be honest, 'Eraserhead' deserves at least some multiple viewings for me to understand it, because most of it doesn't make sense. I get some of the themes it's trying to show to us (It's actually left to interpretation) and I will admit that the cinematography, effects, directing, and metaphorical symbols are examples of great filmmaking. But I just didn't get it.
Michael W (ca) wrote: This movie is being panned by critics, but I don't understand what they expected. It's pretty much what every kids movie should be - cute, kinda dumb plot-wise and totally harmless. Plus, Hank Azaria was pretty awesome as Gargamel . Seriously, people - stop taking this stuff so... seriously!