32 Hours 7 minutes

32 Hours 7 minutes

A documentary film on the legacy of the U.S. Express - once known as the Cannonball Run - and the controversy shrouding the incredible secret behind the record time set on the last such illegal race nearly a quarter century ago.

A documentary film on the legacy of the U.S. Express - once known as the Cannonball Run - and the controversy shrouding the incredible secret behind the record time set on the last such illegal race nearly a quarter century ago. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


32 Hours 7 minutes torrent reviews

Jared W (it) wrote: MMA is on tha rise, but this movie sunk fast. Rampage is only in one scene. Tha acting is lousy and all fights don't end in knock outs. There are countless submission holds, etc. Then I guess tha director got bored and decide he was going to throw in sex scenes every 10 minutes.

Ellie D (fr) wrote: This movie was directed and written by Paul Soter, one of the crazy minds of the Broken Lizard clan, who brought us Super Troopers and Beerfest. Right now you can only rent it from Blockbuster. The story is about a guy Neil who runs a small rental shop, and loves his detective movies, and movies in general. Then he meets Violet, and she is rather crazy. She shows him action and adventure outside the screen. From breaking into a local big movie rental store, to her talking about her crazy stalker ex-boyfriends. It's a pretty good movie if you get the chance to check it out.

David K (au) wrote: Objectively it's not good, but I enjoyed the nihilism and philosophically "overburdened" dialogue.

Russell H (jp) wrote: does a great job being intentionally stupid. It was funny enough to watch.

Yoshi S (de) wrote: It was not great. This is Japanese anime but English language and little Japanese... Famous Japanese actress Youki Kudoh's voice was not great too. Only 48 minutes and I wasted my time again...

Rodrigo G (ru) wrote: Ah, como bom assistir novamente filmes to bons assim. E no sei porque que bateu essa vontade... rs

Kyle M (es) wrote: Before "Memento", director Christopher Nolan made his feature debut at a shorter length, including how much of his masterful talent he usually use when it comes to filmmaking and storytelling. It was structured with a practiced pattern and taut writing that brought out the small twists and turns while attempting philosophy upon smart observation. (B+)(Full review coming soon)

Kabbir M (br) wrote: Emotion-driven, psychological drama at its finest. With one of Damon and Williams's best performances till date, It's a movie difficult to resist.

Jordan H (de) wrote: it was so sad i wanted to cry really hard

Robert M (es) wrote: A white woman who's fortunate enough to have a farm might lose it, but poor black people rally around her and help her out. An inspiration to poor people...

Orion W (us) wrote: This came out at about the same time as 20th Century Fox's Stormy Weather, but its obvious that Arthur Freed and Vincente Minnelli gave alot more credit to the African American entertainers than Fox did. They took this Broadway play and did it a great justice on the big screen and let the stars shine all by themselves.Eddie Anderson Plays Joe, and he does a good job of portraying a man who has a good heart but just can't seem to say no to temptation. Eddie is most remembered for his role on The Jack Benny show on radio and TV, playing his Valet Rochester. As Rochester, Eddie may have been in a sub-servient role, but he was treated as an equal by Mr. Benny, and Jack gave him most of the best jokes. Looking back its amazing how many films Eddie pops up in. I only recently found out he was in Gone With The Wind, that I did not expect.Ethel Waters plays Joe's wife Petunia, and IMO steals the whole film away with her performance. She was magnificent thats all I can say about it. Its a damn shame she didn't get more leading roles, but again the times didn't allow it. She was a strong minded woman who wasn't afraid to speak out when she didn't like something. This unfortunately got here blacklisted in Hollywood, which it one of the biggest mistakes ever made in Hollywood. They missed the boat with Ethel, she should be much better remember than she is.Lena Horne plays the seductive Georgia Brown, and I have to say I applaud Joe for resisting her charms because I don't think I could have. Lena is another one Hollywood screwed up with, they could have made her a huge star and all because of the lousy southern states and their damn prejudice, she never got her chance as a film star. She and Ethel were great singers though, so they did quite well on that front I believe, but they deserved much better than they got.Now there are people who paint this film as racist, but by all accounts, it was not meant to be and was not considered so by the African American community of its time. This film did not belittle the African American population, it was played with great diginity by its cast, In fact I'd venture to say that if they made this film with the usual all white cast, with no changes in the script whatsoever, it would be the same movie it is now. This is a tremendous film, and it should be more well known today.

Levonne P (gb) wrote: This is an absolute adorable movie. There's not questioning why Tatum won an oscar for her performance in this movie. It will touch your funny bone, and it will definately, touch your heart. Don't miss it!

Lanky Man P (de) wrote: The Canal has a lot of appreciation to offer. There is nothing like it's kind.

Nathan M (jp) wrote: Felt unfinished, a lot of questions with no answers. Fairly boring as well.