You Never Bike Alone

You Never Bike Alone

Documentary looks at the development of vibrant bike culture in Vancouver, Canada, and how the city's self-propelled population mobilized to promote the bicycle as a viable for of transport...

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You Never Bike Alone torrent reviews

Rangan R (mx) wrote: The best from the first three films.The third film in the Jesse Stone series which was based on the third book by Robert B. Parker. The most complete film, for me it is the best from the first three. You will find it a lot different than the previous two, it's filled with a lot of suspense moments till the last minute. I think retaining the same director so far for the series worked so well. It was just a 90 minute film, but feels it runs for very long and that is not in a boring way, but from the development wise, it is a well made film.In a small town, like what Jesse says who he mostly gives out parking tickets gets a new case to get engaged. This time it is a death of the young teen girl whose body was washed up on the river's edge, but completely unidentifiable. Jesse follows where all the clues lead and after getting the details about the missing children around the town of Paradise, he moves on one step closer to identify the victim as well as to mark the suspect. But then again, the twist and turns brings more interesting aspect of the story and his big city experience comes into effect after his co-worker was badly hurt in a shootout.In this, it was Mae Whitman as in a guest appearance, but it was too short as she stays for only a couple of minutes. The other one was Stephen Baldwin, whose character adds more flavour like abolishing one film one case kind of mindset in a cop theme. Because in the real police work, they deal multiple cases at a time.In this, as well in the lead Tom Selleck was awesome. But while his character over obsessed with the case, the film reveals his psychological side of the desperation to bring the justice to the dead girl. Like the girl appearing in his dream and particularly in the station, he hallucinates about her which describes him in a completely different angle for a second. Besides, there's slight sentiments in it and so it also digs on his new romance interest for a school principal, but the Jesse is very clear on what he's seeking after leaving the LA that his job comes first."This job in Paradise is my last job. I get off the bus here."In some case, finding the suspect alone is not valid to prove someones crimes, so what this story's notion is to find the motive which automatically going reveals everything rest behind the crime. I think very smartly written story, I was fascinated by all the development like step by step how a death enquiry takes place. Released in the same year as the previous film, this is another wonderful detective film made for the television.Solid performances, particularly Davis Viola and Kohl Sudduth who are the regular cast did not fail to deliver in their small screenspace. But I expected the big contribution, and I hope in the following film they would achieve that. So in this you are going to witness the Jesse's job commitment, his personal life was sidelined to a marginal. Particularly his ex-wife never calls which I thought kind of annoying in the first two films to taking over than the usual. Jesse does not drink in this, but can be seen him with a coffee mug in most of the parts.If you like murder-mysteries, then this is the film to pick, but I suggest to go for the whole series, begin with the first. I have seen only three films, but I think it is worth giving a try. There's only small clichs like how the police department works, but the narration was very good with the full details. The pace was excellent against the strong story and the character developments. Jesse's courage was another highlight. He always takes risks his life, especially dealing the situation when men are armed and pose a serious threat.Sure, the film will live up to anybody's expectations and also it can be watched by everyone. You probably have seen many cop films, but this is one of those must not miss. I'm happy for this part to focus on the child molestation topic. Like I said in my last review, so far so good and particularly standing up to this film's standard is quite what I'm looking for in the next one. Anyway, it won't too long for another review in the Jesse Stone series.9/10

Gary Y (gb) wrote: Awesome movie, And I love Eric Balfour!!!

Albert M (es) wrote: This is a live footage movie of surfing. No stunts here! The real deal.

Sarah C (br) wrote: A beautifully filmed demonstration of futility.

Alex r (nl) wrote: Godzilla vs. Mothra again delivers effective thrills for genre fans and has a pretty good plot. I really liked this entry because it put the two monsters from one of my Favorite entries the franchise again in a new entry that nonetheless delivers what you want in an effective monster film. The plot is good. However the effects kind of lack and look a bit cheesy and obviously fake. The film works well and is fun despite its flaws, it's a must see for fans of the series. The film is entertaining, and has some memorable moments. Although nothing new is going on here, and even though it lacks in originality, fans will surely enjoy the traditional elements going on. The film is entertaining from start to finish and boasts all the elements which make for a good Godzilla film. Genre fans will surely enjoy it, and if you've enjoyed the previous outings in the revamped franchise, then you're sure to be entertained by this entry. Monster films tend to be basic and they always are entertaining despite its imperfections, diehard fans will enjoy it, and with so-so effect, they will most likely appreciate the camp value of the picture. The picture has a few parts were it could have been better, but as a whole it is a fine little monster movie that retains all the ingredients of what makes an effective film. The film is thrilling and is a must for genre fans.

Rajiv P (ag) wrote: Eric Roberts is hilarious on this

Sherwin L (mx) wrote: Probably not your best choice for a Mother's Day movie!

Aj V (ru) wrote: It's a silly kids movie from Disney, but I liked it, it's fun. The cast is good, and it's sort of a western comedy movie too. McDowall is really funny in this movie as he goes from the kids' butler to a fearless fighter. A really interesting, and almost unknown Disney movie, I hadn't heard of it before myself. I recommend it to both Disney and McDowall fans.

Giulia C (gb) wrote: peccato, un film esteticamente importante, con un bianco e nero bellissimo e una fotografia da grande film italiano del tempo che fu: i dialoghi rasentano l'imbarazzante cos come una certa tendenza a ricercare un pathos dall'esito ridicolo. Mediocre.

Mallory A (nl) wrote: Cinematic definition of a hot mess.

Kati V (br) wrote: A decent chick-flick for us 40+.

Shane J (es) wrote: A background movie you can switch on and off of without really missing anything.harmless stupid watchable and average.

Alex r (nl) wrote: Road movies are really interesting in terms of generating effective scares and there is something about the open road that evokes a true sense of helplessness in the viewer. Richard Franklin delivers a real chiller that is a unique viewing experience. This film mixes various genres into one picture, and is a tense experience from start to finish. This is a well executed horror tale that relies on old fashioned suspense to increase the feel of dread in the viewer. The result is a pulse pounding memorable picture that is among the better films in the genre. The cast do a great job in their roles, and I really enjoyed Stacy Keach as Pat Quid the lone trucker who picks up hitchhiker Jamie Lee Curtis. What ensues is a horrifying cat and mouse game. Quid gets suspected of the disappearance of a hitchhiker who was murdered by the man who is terrorizing Quid. Keach and Curtis have great on-screen chemistry and they both work very well together. Road games is a very good psychological horror thriller that is a must see movie for genre fans. The film has some Hitchcock overtones and echoes Spielberg's Duel in a way. This is a very entertaining movie that is underrated and deserves to be rediscovered by fans of the genre. Director Richard Franklin who also directed Psycho II and Patrick directs this accomplished road horror movie and does a great job at delivering constant shocks in the viewer. A film like this proves that you only need the basics to create the ultimate in horror and this one rivals many modern genre films as a far superior outing due to the fact that it uses old school ideas to create tension on-screen.