Hungry for Change
We all want more energy, an ideal body and beautiful younger looking skin... So what is stopping us from getting this? Introducing 'Hungry For Change', the latest 'Food Matters' film. 'Hungry For Change' exposes shocking secrets the diet, weightloss and food industry don't want you to know about. Deceptive strategies designed to keep you craving more and more. Could the foods we are eating actually be keeping us stuck in the diet trap?
- Stars:Mike Adams, Nick Bolton, James Caitlin, Kris Carr, James Colquhoun, Joe Cross, Harvey Diamond, Frank Ferrante, Jon Gabriel, Joe Gaudet, Alejandro Junger, Joseph Mercola, Carla Nirella, Christiane Northrup, Jamie Oliver,
- Director:James Colquhoun, Laurentine Ten Bosch, Carlo Ledesma,
HUNGRY FOR CHANGE exposes shocking secrets the diet, weight loss and food industries don't want you to know about deceptive strategies designed to keep you coming back for more. Find out ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hungry for Change torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Bangkok Dangerous is one of those movies from the far east that you'll forget five minutes after watching it. It's pretty terrible. Cliche'd, boring and less than mediocre, it fails on so many levels. The concept of a fighter who has no emotion is a good one, but they never go far enough with it, AND they constantly violate it all the time, leaving many a plot hole. The acting doesn't make it any better either. Watching Asian actors phoenetically say bad dialogue with the wrong inflections can be fun, but not in this instance. The action itself is ho-hum; a lot of close-ups, multiple angles, speed up/slow down, and of course, the dreaded shakey cam thing. It's not that great. At least there's real blood. There is that. Well, there isn't much else good to say about it. I'd say skip it and find other Asian action movies worth watching. I'd recommend something like Police Story or Hard Boiled. Now those are good example of great Asian action cinema.
(jp) wrote: I didn't really like the story, and the camera shakiness didn't help in some scenes.
(fr) wrote: Sally Potter's bold and fascinating experiment is a deeply affecting film. When one can accept Potter's premise; as a response to 9/11 and to some our greatest modern conflicts - faith, politics and sex, it was a pleasure embarking on Potter's challenging soliloquy. It successfully communicates powerful, abstract messages and proposes a broader amnesty between East and West, man and woman. Highly recommended.
(es) wrote: I remember liking this film quite a lot when it first came out and this time around it holds up quite well, but I have to admit I was quite distracted by now superstar Kristen Stewart in the role of the diabetic daughter. You can tell it's her, but she's totally a kid. It was like watching those old episodes of "Growing Pains" with Leonardo DiCaprio. But to the film on it's own, director David Fincher crafted his tightest thriller. The set up is like something out of a low budget B-picture, a woman, Jodie Foster, and her daughter, Stewart, are trapped in their own house and being hunted by a group of three scary intruders (Forest Whitaker, Dwight Yoakam, Jared Leto) who want to get something hidden in the panic room they have locked themselves in. The story may seem rather simple or maybe even derivative of "Wait Until Dark," but when you have an A-List writer like David Koepp, the man behind "Carlito's Way," "Jurassic Park" and "Spider-Man," and a director like Fincher, the man behind "Seven," "Fight Club" and "The Game," you know you're going to get first rate thrills. Foster is smart and credible as the mother trying to protect her daughter. Whitaker is terrific as the most compassionate of the bad guy. Leto is delightfully over the top and Yoakam is very scary in a terrifyingly quiet way. Top it all off with a nicely moody score from Howard Shore. Although this film doesn't have the subtext of Fincher's other films and is more of a popcorn movie, it's a hell of a popcorn movie!
(de) wrote: Weird movie, although not completely in a bad way, with a really sweet ending. Great work from David Lynch. ~June 18, 2016~
(nl) wrote: i wan to be an actor look at my sexy body bitches
(br) wrote: Whips, lesbian trysts, and excessive breast exposure...This movie could not be anymore blasphamous. Nunsploitation at its finest.
(it) wrote: It was a very enjoyable and very touching Peanuts movie. It had very colorful animation, very fun music, great characters, very good voice cast, great comedy, very fun adventure, very lovely backgrounds and a good storyline. It's one of my favorite Peanuts movies from my childhood. I would recommend this movie to both children and adults.
(nl) wrote: Cheese-filled and hokey, this is a certifiable schlock-fest. I'm uncertain as to whether director Hagman intended the flick to be ridiculously silly and weird, but it certainly ended up that way. Both the original BLOB and its 1988 remake are far better takes on the (admittedly) goofy subject matter.
(jp) wrote: Much more fun than its remake. Good acting even though the movie seems more like a theater play.
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