A documentary about the design of cities, which looks at the issues and strategies behind urban design and features some of the world's foremost architects, planners, policymakers, builders, and thinkers.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:English,German,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:space,   paris france,   park,  

A documentary about the design of cities, which looks at the issues and strategies behind urban design and features some of the world's foremost architects, planners, policymakers, builders, and thinkers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Urbanized torrent reviews

David M (ag) wrote: Great movie with awesome messages woven into the storyline.

Gaye M (ag) wrote: Attended the premiere last night and it was excellent! I highly recommend it. Very moving, inspirational and redemptive.

Kurt W (kr) wrote: I think that the only mistake made with this film was in biting off more than it could chew. It tried to tackle too many things [a coastal cult attempting to precipitate the return of the old gods against a backdrop of nationwide violence, child murder, homophobia] when I feel that if it had stuck with the basic premise of an outcast returning home to find that his father's bizarre cult was doing strange things it would have done the subject matter better justice. Dagon, another Lovecraft film with a very similar premise achieved excellence through an economy of means. I wish this film would have stuck to its dramatic points and got rid of the more spectacular aspects. [I feel a spectators edit coming on]. I hate to be negative so I will discuss the strong points. The atmosphere of the film was haunting and captured the Pacific Northwest coast beautifully. The main character was well acted and Tori Spelling. the only 'known' personage in the film, was entertaining as usual. Jason Cottle was quite good in the lead as well. I was disappointed in that I had very high hopes for this film and it just didn't play out in the end.

Stephen K (us) wrote: Not much in life is worse than being convicted of a crime you didn't commit.

Dave C (ag) wrote: A bunch of fish that can live out of water start to terrorise the a small lake-side town in this silly (but amusing) creature-fest. Being a water based creature feature we get to have the usual sheriff trying to convince people of the creature, the scientist helping them and the mayor who can't afford for the lake to be closed. It's great to see some of the people in this film in action against the dreaded fish, with their high levels of incompetence. The best scene which has got to be seen to be believed involves the meeting of two boats that are out hunting the creatures.

Shira K (mx) wrote: so honest that it breaks your heart. A wonderful look into the mind of a person who knows that the big C is their major battle to endure with hope

Bart M (ca) wrote: This movie is fucking creepy.

Marcus W (br) wrote: Great little 80's buddy-lawyer film

Reece L (us) wrote: Similar to Altman's swan song A Prairie Home Companion in its rumination on death and tonally consistent with the work of Terence Davies, The Dead is Huston's final film and (fittingly) touches on themes of memory, nostalgia, generational differences, and ultimately the rejection of death. Gorgeously shot and well-acted, it may be a low-key chamber piece, but it deals in lofty existentialism that lends it a more universal effect than similarly-structured works.

karen A (ca) wrote: Of course, gotta love the Pryor! Another good family movie.

Jason J (br) wrote: Sam Peckinpah directed this almost unique account in Western cinema of the fighting on the Eastern Front during WWII. This is basically one of the most intense war movies ever made, not surpassed until Saving Private Ryan came along. This is a gritty, raw tale set against the largest and most brutal land battle fought in human history. The rather weird ending is explained by the lack of budget. The battle scenes are excellent and the claustrophobic gun battle in the factory with the dust, sparks and firing has in my opinion never been equalled. James Coburn is brilliant in the lead who continues to do his duty in spite of the inevitability of impending defeat. Maximilian Schell is suitably ambitious and cunning as the chief villain and James Mason and David Warner convey the hopelessness of the situation while maintaining stiff upper lips. "Cross of Iron", in it's uncut version (132 minutes) ranks as one of the greatest of all WWII films in my opinion.

David F (mx) wrote: Necessarily more or less plotless because of the non-fictional, biographical nature of the film, this is still a good movie, made so mostly by the excellent performances of Sienna Miller as Edie Sedgwick, a 1960s New York icon who modelled, acted, and used a lot of drugs, and Guy Pearce as Andy Warhol, the artist and filmmaker who featured Sedgwick in a lot of his films. It's a fun portrait of the time and the people and Pearce's impersonation of Warhol is both uncanny mimicry and a well thought-out statement about what Warhol was all about.

Sam G (es) wrote: Really enjoyed this film nice, easy and sweet viewing and then the end ....oh the end caught me off guard completely. Such a moving end to the film.

Alex W (fr) wrote: What a performance from Denzel, and what great writing. A must see film that keeps you constantly guessing.