House of Flying Arrows
The popular rise of darts is charted in this pin-sharp documentary that follows the trajectory of arrows from local pub to beer-soaked arena. Featuring archive footage, behind-the-scenes access and interviews with current darting personalities such as Michael van Gerwen, Gary Anderson and Raymond van Barneveld, the film traces the sport's evolution from humble beginnings through to the glamorous heyday of the 1980s and on into the lucrative professional era.
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House of Flying Arrows torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Obviously, this can't be as good as "The Celluloid Closet," but it's still entertaining.
(ag) wrote: Was ok... Nothing special and once again Billy Bob Thornton and Seann William Scott played themselves the only thing they seem to be able to do. Still better than doing nothing for an hour and a half.
(jp) wrote: Kiefer's performance is the only aspect of this cruddy flick worth seeing. Unless you're a BIG fan, it's an avoider.
(ag) wrote: One of the weakness of Chow's comedy is that it is extremely difficult to translate into other languages. His ''Mo Lei Tau'' include chains of nonsensical, random dialogue and developments. However, the dialogue part deeply related to Hong Kong's culture and cantonese (puns and slangs). Therefore the movie became pretty plain after translation. In 1994, Hong Kong people were worrying about the handover issue. most of them hated the Chinese government. they also lived a fast-paced and stressful lies. This movie, as a comedy mocking at China, was exactly what they want to see.
(nl) wrote: The movie started a little funny but went downhill very quickly. Not funny and very bland. The two mooning jokes were kind of funny and got a laugh, but that was it. this just wasn't as much fun to watch as the first two movies. Not really surprising though as the third one was just as atrocious.
(gb) wrote: I put off watching this one for years cause I didn't want to see Pryor in the condition he was in at that point (depresses me). I was reading Wilders book and he was saying how he basically wrote this so they could do one last movie together and I am so glad I saw it. Dispite Pryors condition he still delivers. I am obsessed with these two have been since i was about 5 years old. There will never be a pairing of two comedians and great artist with that much chemistry and talent ever again IMO.
(kr) wrote: I used to have a Hound Dog Video Review Guild a long time ago that they used to rate movies by bones instead of stars & they gave this movie no bones saying it had no merit. For how much of a garbage flix this is they should have given it @ least one bone for the bone that Chris Sarrandon gave Margaux Hemingway. I actually shouldn't make light of the rape subject matter of Lipstick but it's such sensationalized trash it's difficult to find anything to recommend besides checking out how hot Margaux Hemingway is. Beside Perry King is in it far too little
(es) wrote: One of my favourite carry on films very funny not as silly, very good.
(au) wrote: Outstanding pre WWII movie in technicolor. Storyline, plot and characters played well desipite the departure from histoical fact beginning with the credits right after the title! I particulary liked Mary Howard's snood and Monument Valley's scenery was spectacular.
(de) wrote: An amazingly well acted piece of work that is beautiful to look at with the Egyptian locations, the music and the story make this a great mystery film that everyone will enjoy!
(ca) wrote: Enter the Dragon (1973) ????Classic action film details Lee who investigates strange island fortress headed by dangerous crime lord hosting "epic" martial arts tournament. Vivid, dizzying, dazzling; a masterpiece of action (many scenes and images have become iconic). Final sequence in mirror room will drive you right up the wall. High-powered excitement all the way.
(ag) wrote: I liked this movie. It was funny. And had a good ending if I remember correctly.
(mx) wrote: A funny film that relies on Robin Williams' talent to sore into greatness. Forrest Whitaker is also great
(ru) wrote: Grade - C'Her' has an interesting concept on its side, and is helped by some good performances. However, the movie suffers with some pacing issues and, for reasons hard to pinpoint, I didn't feel as invested as I should've been. Many are loving it, so if the concept sounds interesting to you make sure you check it out for yourself.
(ru) wrote: How To Train Your Dragon is an okay movie I wouldn't say it's the best DreamWorks movie like what everyone says about it but it's no way the worst as they have been worse DreamWorks films before.This film has a good story not DreamWorks good but just good, a good set of characters, a great set of cast members, as always for DreamWorks amazingly done animation, some funny jokes and a great soundtrack.But problems with the film is that the story is a bit cliched I mean not all of the film has cliches but most of the time there was some cliched. Another problem is that not all the jokes were that funny I mean there are some funny jokes but not all of them hit my mark like how they should do but they just don't and I don't get that.Now that I've now finally have seen all the 2010 DreamWorks animated films I have to say that I find Megamind as my favourite from DreamWorks that year How to Train Your Dragon is in the middle and Shrek forever after is the worst from the year.Now if I would recommend you watching it or not is a really hard thing to think about I mean if you are a fan of DreamWorks you can give it a shot, fans of Dragons in general can have a go, any fans of the original book the film is based on they can have a shot too but if anyone is not those kind of people then this isn't the movie for you.I give How to Train Your Dragon a 7.5 out of 10 not a terrible movie but is not a good movie if you want to watch it I'd give it at least one watch before giving your own thoughts on it.
(ca) wrote: I heard this movie was horrible so I never watched it. I decided to watch it recently. Was I pleasantly surprised? ABSOLUTELY!! I'm a martial artist and hip hop fan. This movie was great.