Behind every breakthrough in the progression of climbing, there's a true story of doubt and determination, perseverance in the face of failure. From boulders, to big walls, to competition podiums, the climbers at the top of the game share a commitment to do whatever it takes to achieve their vision.
- Stars:Tommy Caldwell, Johanna Ernst, Alex Honnold, Kevin Jorgeson, Adam Ondra, Paul Robinson, Matt Segal, Chris Sharma, Patxi Usobiaga, Daniel Woods,
- Director:Bret Lowell, Josh Lowell, Cooper Roberts,
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Progression torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: trailer: /watch?v=IhyCHcJ5dtc
(fr) wrote: Although Lourdes looks disconcertingly like Disney World in fact it has more in common with Las Vegas " except the cabarets are cheaper and the chance of winning vanishingly more remote. Paraplegic Christine is there to alleviate her boredom rather than for any other reason " she prefers Rome. There(TM)s a lovely bit where she gets told off for queue-jumping. A subtle, beautiful and subversive film which remains finally enigmatic. Truly excellent.
(nl) wrote: Backed up by a thin plot, the film loses it's factor of interesting and entertaining in the first 30 minutes or so, and for a film which is 2 hours or so, that's never a good sign.
(gb) wrote: A decently entertaining movie that's nowhere near as good as its defenders or as bad as its detractors claim it to be. There's fun to be had in the way seemingly minor events escalate so easily into senseless violence, and in the lazy pacing which makes the violence feel inconsequential and a respite from boredom (this sounds like a criticism, but it isn't - it drives the film's sense of humour). However, the aimlessness only goes so far and it's difficult to keep caring about what happens. The film features characters from seemingly different movies stumble into and playact a spaghetti western (a genre I know Cox is a fan of), and we even get some nice Leone-esque cinematography and Morricone-esque music, but Walker channeled Cox's influences into a much more interesting final product. I did like the performances from the principals, with Dick Rude (that's a great name, btw) being the most endearing, Joe Strummer the most charismatic, Sy Richardson the most intense, and Courtney Love the most amusingly shrill. Fun, but middling.
(ca) wrote: Not as good as the old Footloose, but better then Step-Up and Grease if they were combined.
(it) wrote: I like the girl and Bing is so handsome because, he's young and a shine. Anyway, Bing is also like Bob Hope.
(jp) wrote: "If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball!" This movies pretty great!!!!! I really enjoyed this, I just found some of those lines and scenes just irreplaceable!!!! Good comedy!!!! "Thank you Chuck Norris!"
(jp) wrote: Anthony Perkins is quite good in this "Jekyll and Hyde/Jack the Ripper" yarn, but he's the only good thing about it. It's a lurid, nasty, grim film, full of some pretty uncomfortable moments of bizarro sexual content and a warped cast of unlikable characters. If this had been just a pure rendition of Stevenson's original tale, we'd all have been much better off, because Perkins would have knocked that out of the park.