We Believe

We Believe

Prolific filmmaker John Scheinfeld helms this valentine to the Chicago Cubs and the city that loves them. Players past and present, city honchos and fans -- both celebrities and ordinary joes -- discuss the team and its long history. Captured during the 2008 season (the 100th anniversary of the team's last World Series win), these voices express why, win or lose, their beloved Cubbies will be forever in their hearts.

A documentary on the love affair between the city of Chicago and its baseball team, the Cubs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


We Believe torrent reviews

Heather M (ag) wrote: I am going to pass on this for now.

Simon D (es) wrote: Bela Tarr must get some twisted enjoyment from putting his audience through what always seems to feel like a test of endurance. If only he cared as much about story telling as he does art then his films would be pure classics. At least this one didn't last nine hours and you do learn how to peel and eat jacket potatoes without cuttlery.

Mark F (de) wrote: The biggest problems with this movie were poor production values (it was made in 2006, yet the cheap film made it look like it was shot in the '70s) and a completely unsatisfying ending. They just end the movie with no real resolution at all. You think it's coming to something, and then "The End." Other than those two things, it was okay.

Harry E (mx) wrote: A clever yet overdone satire on zombie flicks. Shot in black-and-white with corny music and dialogue; a lonely nurse becomes the hospital sexpot and undead killer...

James V (it) wrote: I lived in Orange County for a long time and this film is the leas accurate depiction of it I have ever seen.

James S (jp) wrote: A film that defies the odds & is in fact a great little film.

Adam D (gb) wrote: Quite possibly the best Hong Kong Action Comedy of all time.

Jarek M (ca) wrote: Well, horror movie does not discharge you from storytelling. I can't say theres no climate but it's not enough.

Laurine R (jp) wrote: Je l'ais regard (C) 2 fois d'affil (C), il est (C)norme !!! :D

Phillie E (au) wrote: "If cancer were pretentious, it would be Garden State."

Tim M (nl) wrote: "Margin Call" is a thoroughly engaging, thought-provoking flick chronically one financial firm on the brink before the 2008 near collapse of the US economy.Kevin Spacey leads a talented cast that includes Jeremy Irons and Stanley Tucci. The acting matches the production and the film is complicated but simplified so the viewer cares about what is going to happen. It's a fine film that is up there with "The Big Short" as to what you may not want to know about Wall Street.

Jake G (kr) wrote: Generic Dragon tale with no energy. Pass.

Joseph W (es) wrote: I loved this film! It is such a visually beautiful piece of filmmaking with impressive camerawork/cinematography, a well-put-together cast, not to mention a magnificent musical score by John Williams! Anyone who loves horses, or is a WWI enthusiast, or is a Spielberg fan will love this film!