Life Feels Good

Life Feels Good

Mateusz is an intelligent, romantic young man tragically trapped inside his own body, suffering from severe cerebral palsy that makes speech and controlled movement nearly impossible. Born into a loving family, Mateusz’s protected world is shattered when circumstances place him in an institution where he is misunderstood and mistreated. Featuring an astonishing, virtuoso lead performance, Life Feels Good beautifully recounts the true story of one man’s extraordinary efforts to endure in the face of impossible odds.

The story of a boy suffering from cerebral palsy and his troubled growing up during Poland's transition in the l980s and 90s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Life Feels Good torrent reviews

Martin T (nl) wrote: This is a special film about a special country.

Meredith W (de) wrote: Felicity Huffman is great; very credible in her 'uglied up' role. No wonder she won so many awards. An engaging movie that I wish I had seen sooner.

Dylan V (it) wrote: Yeah, okay. Basically we want to make "A Kid In King Arthur's Court" but with a hyper, obnoxious, possibly high stand-up comedian. What could possibly be bad about that?

Brogan R (es) wrote: Really weird. If you're not off-put by blood and dark humor, this is for you. Otherwise, stay far away from this one.

Brendan O (es) wrote: Disturbingly reminiscent of Eric Garner. And the too-many black deaths at the hands of police and others over too many years....

Shaun B (jp) wrote: I don't know why I continue to watch action movies, I'm not a big fan of how they love to routinely throw common sense and reality out the window. I know it's "just a movie" but goddamn if I don't get tired of the same bullshit. A modest amount of decent acting should be demanded from the giants in the industry but it's almost always just for a paycheck b/c a lot of the public just likes to watch shit blow up on the big screen. Here not much gets blown up (in fact quite a few grenades are thrown to within three inches of our hero(es) and no damage is done other than being thrown to the ground momentarily) and a lot of running around ripping off nearly every single 1980s action/war/mercenary movie made up to that point. Many point to this as one of the best B-movie action rip-offs ever made. It's so-bad-it's-good they scream from the rooftops. Within the first five minutes (ten tops) you'll know if this movie is for you or not. You will find yourself hardpressed to not laugh out loud and to not yell back at the screen about what you're witnessing (HOW CAN YOU ASSHOLES NOT HEAR HIM SNEAK UP ON YOU WHEN WE HEAR ALL THOSE BRANCHES SNAPPING!?!). It's RAMBO dumbed down to its greatest potential. Eventually I had to fast forward through the final half hour. My advice is to watch the first 5-10 minutes and the final 10-15 minutes as they sum up the movie completely. Unless you really really need to see a knife vs. stick situation that ends as you'd expect.

David B (gb) wrote: This Beatles spoof is funny as hell but its greatest achievement lies in the unparalleled recreationism: everything, from the legendary music (each song seems to be a remake or mash-up of one or more actual Beatles songs) to the suits/garb/haircuts of each of the group(TM)s phases, to the painstakingly reproduced EXACT shots/camera angles/facial expressions/vocal intonations of real Beatles concert or interview footage, is absolutely spot on; Eric Idle, Neil Innes and the other two ~Prefab Four(TM) obviously must have lived and breathed every glorious moment of the greatest band of all time as they grew up they even wrote and performed the amazing soundtrack, which is the next best thing to the album the Beatles never released! The interview footage with Mick Jagger is an additional hilarious bonus

Luca B (fr) wrote: Lucio fulci. Uno Spaghetti western anni '70 violento, ma fuori dagli schemi

Olly N (ca) wrote: Didn't think it was possible but was worse than paranormal activity

Giovanni M (mx) wrote: Silly fun that is made better by a great cast.

Christopher P (es) wrote: Well-made, but kind of dull.