Blades of Glory

Blades of Glory

When a much-publicized ice-skating scandal strips them of their gold medals, two world-class athletes skirt their way back onto the ice via a loophole that allows them to compete together as a pairs team.

In 2002, two rival Olympic ice skaters were stripped of their gold medals and permanently banned from men's single competition. Presently, however, they've found a loophole that will allow them to qualify as a pairs team. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Blades of Glory torrent reviews

Jerome P (kr) wrote: This had a chance for greatness but just doesn't get there. Snoop is a greatly interesting character on a journey. Too bad they didn't take a good producer along with them. It's just a let-the-cameras-run doc. Whenever things can really be revealing they back away. Kind of interesting as a bts movie, but it misses out overall.

Diego R (de) wrote: Con actuaciones excepcionales, El lado bueno de las cosas se hace un hueco en las mejores peliculas de la dcada. Imprescindible verla.

Sharon W (jp) wrote: my neice and nephew aged 8 and 5 love this film, its always the first film the want to watch and will watch it again and again.

Tishka F (fr) wrote: Love Ms Hamilton's voice and artistry ...

Cem Regi Pixelmannen (kr) wrote: well, not so extremely good, but still makes it watchable

Mandeep S (mx) wrote: The final twist makes it amazing thriller. Pankaj Kapoor pwns all.

Matthew L (mx) wrote: Nearly flawless film making.

Lance W (fr) wrote: incredible, disturbing look into the mind of a complete lunatic and a sloppy judicial system allowing him to walk free while innocent teens sit on death row

Hannah D (ru) wrote: Are movies like this really necessary?

Spencer S (br) wrote: It's understandable that this is an actual psychological fear, as dogs are large and prone to sometimes bite. On the other side of the spectrum dogs are friendly and lovable, making it even more startling to see them terrorize a mother and son locked in a hot car for several days. So goes the premise of Stephen King's "Cujo" a film about a rabid dog throwing himself against a dead car, and out in the middle of nowhere, with a mother and son locked inside for protection. It's really more a film about survival of the elements and waiting for help, than in fighting off the dog. The film itself is not well structured, as most of the first hour of the film is devoted to building up flimsy characters and showing setting. When we finally get to the action, it's underwhelming and not very scary. This is probably the least thought out and overly complicated of the King film adaptations, relying more on overwriting than in scares.

Hossam G (gb) wrote: el film dah fe 3 abtal ana ba7ebohom mooot : Karishma Kapoor w Aishwarya Rai .. w dol mooz mozz el batal : Shahrukh Khan w da men afdal el momaseleen el henod .. ;)

Richard D (ca) wrote: The finest depiction of the thug mentality I've ever seen.

R B (es) wrote: "Come on, I'll buy you a steak!" This is was possibly one of the worst film scripts ever made. They took a serious matter (based to some degree in fact) and reduced it to bad comedy. Some of the reputable actors in this film must have owed some favors.

Dann M (au) wrote: Atrociously awful, Johnny Mnemonic is a crazy, unintelligible mess. Starring Keanu Reeves, Dina Meyer, and Dolph Lundgren, the cast is pretty decent, but the performances are terrible. And the story is cliched and trite; a courier is given a secret file and several factions chase after him in order to recover the information. But the worst part of the film is the future tech, which makes no sense whatsoever and is incredibly dumb. Also, special effects (particularly the computer graphics) are poorly done and only make things more confusing. Truly a horrendous piece of filmmaking, Johnny Mnemonic is a bizarre and absurd cyberpunk thriller.

Matthew B (fr) wrote: I can't remember the last time I wanted to see a film so badly just to see what all the bad reception was about. For what was my most anticipated movie of 2015 to suddenly get forgotten after one screening at a festival, which that alone is bad sigh that your movie is bad. I loved "Elephant" and I couldn't wait to see this, but my heart sank after seeing the bad press the film got from the Cannes screening. Even reading the bad reviews I still couldn't get a gasp of how this turned out bad and it only made me want to see the movie even more.And I finally got a chance to watch it and while I don't think it's as awful as people have said, but this is unfortunately a messy film that could have easily been good. If only it was in the right hands.I remember a time when I couldn't stand McConaughey, but he really has proven himself as an actor that it eventually did win me over. And in this movie I would say that McConaughey did a decent performance and in the scenes where the character is having a breakdown I thought he was pretty good. Unfortunately it wasn't a great performance and that's because there was plenty of times where I found myself laughing at the wrong moments. There's a scene in this movie where McConaughey character falls over and lands straight down onto his face, and the sound of him in pain was so weird but laughable at the same time. I can't believe Gus Van Sant looked at that scene and thought it was good. Like, Come on Gus.Gus Van Sant has made many movies that I liked and some that I consider misfires. But I personally think that this is Gus Van Sant biggest misfire, because there's nothing special in the film making and a lot of things felt like it was missing something. It lacks detail and there's so many things in this that I felt was a miss opportunity of being great. And the cheap flashback scenes really do drag this out and wasn't that interesting that I kinda zoned out every time it cuts back. It would have been great if there was a little bit of Mystery to McConaughey character of why he's there and what is he's motivations to bring himself to do this and drop little hints to get us thinking. But instead we get lazy flashback scenes with him and his wife (played by Naomi Watts) that makes it very clear straight away of what he's motivation are for ending he's life, because it's that predictable.This movie is so predictable that I saw a lot of things coming. Like if a scene seems a bit too happy (for a depressing movie like this), you know something bad is going to happen and of course something bad happens. This really hurts the movie in terms of the emotional elements, because when there's tragic or emotional happening, I'm not really feeling it as I saw it coming miles away.For a premise like this, that involves two suicidal people lost deep in the Forrest that's known for people going there to take their own lives, should at least been interesting. It should have a took a risk by asking unique and challenging questions that would make you think.What really makes us so alive?OrWhat's the reason to stay alive?It should have challenge you as an audience member and while some may disagree with it, at least it gets you talking.Overall rating: The Sea of Trees was dull, empty and a massive disappointment. But hey, at least I finally know why this was panned by critics.