A Delicate Balance: The Truth

A Delicate Balance: The Truth

A Delicate Balance: The Truth" is a great documentary that is about the detrimental health and environmental effects of consuming animal based foods. This Documentary will leave each person fully informed as to some of the causes these illnesses and offers ways of improving human health.

This Documentary will leave each person fully informed as to some of the causes these illnesses and offers ways of improving human health. This documentary predominantly explores the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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A Delicate Balance: The Truth torrent reviews

John M (us) wrote: This is a less scary version of paranormal activity that delivers more in the spooky/bizarre category.

Tyler V (ru) wrote: I don't understand why this movie was nominated for best animated. The story and script are eh and the voice acting is awful. The animation is gorgeous though, it truly saves this move. It does, however get really distracting when the characters have a close up and the faces are so distorted, it is hard to look at. I was disappointed.

Trish R (ru) wrote: What the hell did Daryl Hannah do to her face???? This was a very sad lot of crap. I wished the sharks ate the lot of them.

Jose M (us) wrote: Boy was that Major Payne-full! Yes my pun was painful and unoriginal, but nowhere near bad as this predictable and unfunny film starring Damon Wayans as the title role. Based loosely on the 1955 film Private War of Major Benson, Major Payne offers little laughs, but is rich in obnoxious voice from Wayans. He is sadistic, but the film's attempt to bring a young audiences deters Payne from commiting some f'ed actions. Gimme your finger. Yet he manages to humiliate the boys one way or another. The boys, made of preteens and young adults, hate him and try to come up with some crazy schemes to get rid of him. Maj. Payne would destroy them, but must restrain himself to win the affection of the school counselor. Why she is attracted to him is never explained. Film is directed by Nick Castle who terrorized young teens in a William Shatner mask. I believe he forgot that he was shooting a comedy, so it can't be his fault. Lookout, there's a Charlie in the tree.

Justin B (es) wrote: Repugnant on every level. Though not another flavour of the month spoof movie, Friedberg and Seltzer have churned out another unwatchable piece of garbage.