Life Cycles tells a spectacular story of the bike, from its creation to its eventual demise. A visually stunning journey, with thought provoking narration, Life Cycles uses Ultra HD to document the many stories surrounding the mountain bike and its culture. Ride along into breath taking natural settings, as we battle the elements, showcase the progression of riding, take a road trip, fix the bike, and show the destruction and eventual creation of trails. Semenuk, Hopkins, Schwartz, McIntosh, McCaul Agassiz, Hunter and Vanderham guide you through this wonderful story. Life Cycles is a celebration of the bicycle, and is sure to entertain anyone who has ever ridden one.
- Stars:Graham Agassiz, Mike Hopkins, Matt Hunter, Cam McCaul, Riley McIntosh, Thomas Sanderham, Evan Schwartz, Brandon Semenuk, Graham Tracey, Thomas Vanderham,
- Director:Derek Frankowski, Ryan Gibb,
- Writer:Derek Frankowski (creator), Ryan Gibb (creators)
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Life Cycles torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Very entertaining Tarantino. extremely violent, very funny, and super cheesy (in a good way), Tarantino creates a cool movie. not great but entertaining. 6/10
(au) wrote: this movie is amazing... sad but perfect.
(ca) wrote: Ghobadi is usually an incredible director, but this time just decides to shit all over a roll of 35mm film.
(gb) wrote: Cried like a little b***h at the end, really powerful!
(de) wrote: An improvement over the last film, and it's really creepy, and nasty, but there is still something missing here in order to make this a satisfying sequel to the first movie!
(jp) wrote: still pretty much the same as the theatrical version.
(kr) wrote: saw on tv 3-2017. Very good. Crenna xlnt as always. xlnt cast. Hot girls. sceery alien like monsters.
(ca) wrote: Tiene muchos elementos de una pelcula familiar de ciencia ficcin, pero le hace falta ese encanto y no ofrece mucho a pesar de su formato.
(ag) wrote: i own it but i haven't seen it yet
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