Truth in 24 II: Every Second Counts

Truth in 24 II: Every Second Counts

The film TRUTH IN 24 II documents the tenth and arguably most emotional triumph of the brand with the four rings at this sports car classic. After two Audi R18 TDI cars have retired following spectacular accidents, the remaining Audi fights a dramatic battle for overall victory with the three Peugeot 908 cars which the Audi trio ultimately decides in its favor with a narrow margin of 13 seconds. The film captures the entire drama of the fourth-narrowest running of the Le Mans 24 Hours with intimate insights into the team of Audi Sport and breath-taking pictures.

The follow-up film to the original Truth in 24, where the Audi Sport Racing team again attempts to cross the finish line first at the historic 24 Hours of Le Mans. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Truth in 24 II: Every Second Counts torrent reviews

Christopher H (it) wrote: Simple story of an iron picker and his wife's need for medical treatment. Mundane but highlighting the often neglected life of the less well off.

Sara G (kr) wrote: Do we want to talk about immigration?

Nico B (es) wrote: Transporter 3 delivers over the top action, but minus most of the fun of the previous two installments!

Mercer M (es) wrote: You see that helicopter in the poster? WELL THERE ISN'T ONE IN THE MOVIE! Big VK fan but I could hardly sit through this. It's so slow and horrible. Can't believe Kevin Spacey produced this.

Countess N (us) wrote: Zombies Anonymous is the story of the undead/zombies who are living amongst us trying to be normal members of the general public. Everyday they face abuse and discrimination from zombiephobics. Angela joins the Zombies Anonymous group after her ex-boyfriend shoots her in the head,killing her. Shes feels like she does not fit in with the living humans but at the group she feels accepted. ZA is very crap but surprisingly watchable. Having seen loads and loads of zombie movies it was good to watch a zombie movie that was different to all the rest. However i feel like it could of been a great deal better but sadly the low budget showed and the special effects were lame.

Marcus B (fr) wrote: Some movies provoke in their viewers a question about why they were made and what they really were about. In regard of some movies this question can provoke a long discussion about all possible topics, other movies will cause a follow up question "No, seriously dude... why would anybody would want to make this movie and what the heck was it about?". "First snow" belongs unfortunately to this second group of movies - it is a pointless waste of viewer's time.

Claire E (br) wrote: Would like to see this again with English subtitles! Really enjoyed the first two couples, but the Japanese subtitles wore me out after that!

James H (ca) wrote: 7.5/10. Charming and touching film, lovingly directed by Anjelica Huston. She also gives a very convincing portrait as the title character. The film is moving and funny, well acted by all, great Irish setting, finely writting. A solid and excellent film.

Micheline S (ru) wrote: i don't really care for Richard Gere, ok storyline but would never see it again

Luke S (fr) wrote: Cult classic. Cheesy but has entertainment value.

Jo W (jp) wrote: Still waiting for this one to be released on European DVD... when...???????

Clare K (mx) wrote: Side-splitting and stays with you like a good Pixar.

Snehil K (de) wrote: "He Said, She Said" is not bad movie. It's one time watch for sure. I was little bored during the few parts of the movies. The movie lose the grip in few parts and works good in few parts. In few sequences.. Emily perkins is awesome. Usual relationship stuff mixed with mediocre comedy and storyline is "He Said, She Said". The story is based on relationship, fights, Romance, fun.. etc etc.. usual stuff. Kavin Becon and Emily perkins are well suited for the roles. Sharon Stone is a complete delight to watch. I would say.. there are better options available. Watch it once.. and forget.

Dusty L (ca) wrote: 74% on my Tomatometer.

Reiyan B (ca) wrote: Pretty damn boring of a movie but not unwatchable due to a few great cameos and some comedic bits that had nothing to do with the story....O yeah, also Michelle Pfeiffer gets naked so I guess that's something.

Corrado G (us) wrote: Old school low budget revenge film starring Linda Blair and a bunch of unknowns from `83 (and I prefer unknowns too) this film is tits! Bad script + awful characters + gallons of cheese + Linda Blair... What's not to love. Highly recommended for a good time.

maorimite r (de) wrote: is angie still around,i wonder?

Augustine H (es) wrote: Comparing with the acclaimed quarrel scene in the house, I consider Georges Delerue's score is of more accolade.

Scott R (kr) wrote: One of the best of all time.

David G (de) wrote: Really cool obscure high school movie from the '80s. A nerdy guy named Jerry gets threatened by the new student who is a psycho named Buddy Revell and a fight is set up for after school at Three O'Clock. The music and the camera work are great and it's awesome seeing all the crazy ways Jerry tries to get out of the fight. The whole movie completely delivers and more people should check it out.