Playing Away

Playing Away

To mark the conclusion of their "Third World Week" celebration, a cricket team in a small English village invites a black cricket team from South London to a charity game with comical results.

To mark the conclusion of their "Third World Week" celebration| a cricket team in a small English village invites a black cricket team from South London to a charity
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Playing Away torrent reviews

Christine D (nl) wrote: Better than I thought it would be. Lots of intense action and decent storyline and acting.

Charles C (it) wrote: Je ne sais pas s'il s'agit d'un fait v (C)cu mais je suis certain que des histoires semblables sont certainement survenues... J'ai bien appr (C)ci (C)!

Kevin M (mx) wrote: Daniel Tosh: Completely Serious 2007NR60 minutes No topic is sacred as funnyman Daniel Tosh, among the most popular acts on college campuses around the U.S., takes the stage in this stand-up special, delivering his provoking and sidesplitting observations on the absurdites of modern society. This comedic rising star is the host of Comedy Central's "Tosh.0" and has appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "The Late Show with David Letterman," and VH1's "Best Week Ever." Cast:Daniel ToshGenres:Comedy, Stand-UpThis movie is:Witty, Raunchy

Jamie F (au) wrote: The true test of a good documentary is that it keeps you interested in its subject matter even if it's something you normally don't follow (or even care about). This accomplishes just that.

Aditi S (mx) wrote: Its a wonderful movie abt how a deaf nd mute boy makes it 2 d Indian Cricket team... Its predictable.... But praiseworthy acting by Shreyas Talpade.. Couldn't hav been better...

Rolf S (au) wrote: "It's better than sex, It's better than love...". Det snakkes om g p kino. Verden er full av rare mennesker. Ikke gale, bare veldig, veldig rare.

yvonne e (es) wrote: bones is an old but elegant movie that i can watch over and over

Lisa T (de) wrote: im trying to watch the movie!!! dosent work!!!!

Rangan R (gb) wrote: We heard lots about 'Gulliver's Travels', so what is this 'Sullivan's Travels'? Well a similar kind theme that sets in the modern world (when the movie was made) where a wealthy man, Sullivan willingly takes an adventure to study about the lives on the streets as a homeless. Yes, both the titles are about the journey of self discovery. A well made movie with a fine pair of characters in the lead.John Sullivan, a film director who opposes his producers' idea of making his next feature as a comedy. Instead, he wanted to adapt the famous novel 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' which determines the realistic social issues. So the question arises that how much he's experienced to take the challenging project in the hand. Now he has to discover himself everything before coming to any conclusion. So then the life changing adventure begins till he gets all the answer he wanted with a little twist at the end.It was good to know that the movie with a concept like this was made almost 70 years ago and still looks fresh and original. As expected the adventure I was taking about was not completed in one long ran instead it split into many pieces. That is the thing that irked me the most in few parts of the movie. Otherwise, it would have been a masterpiece according to the my taste in film viewing.I would have liked it better if the story was flavoured with little sentiments in those adventure parts. Although it is a comedy movie which entertains well. But still the last 20 minutes or so were the excellent which also partially reminded the 86th Academy Award winner that based on the true story. In other word the last quarter of the movie was the best part you will find in all over the storytelling. As per my conclusion about the movie, it is not a must see movie, though if you wish to watch, you won't regret in seeing it.

Maymay A (fr) wrote: Interesting, charming, and truly heartfelt.

Jamie C (mx) wrote: It was a pretty good film but it was very short but full of action and just what Dwayne does best.