Race to Win

Race to Win

After losing her father, a young women must find the strength to face her fears and compete in the race of her life or her family will lose everything.

After losing her father, a young women must find the strength to face her fears and compete in the race of her life or her family will lose everything. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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CB M (jp) wrote: An oddly focused and somewhat unbalanced narration of Britain's first and only female PM is saved by Streep's intimate performance.

Andrea M (fr) wrote: this is by far a must-see.ridiculous from the get-go with a finale that can only be described as a humongous pay-off.the antagonist is also this perfectly creepy blend of bill pulman and alan rickman. no joke. there was some genetic splicing going on here for sure.

Maryka P (nl) wrote: Quite an unrealistic and weak plot...

Bret L (de) wrote: Catherine Zeta Jones

Stuart C (de) wrote: Excellent flick. Well worth the cost of the DVD/blu ray

Jesse O (es) wrote: It's weird to imagine that Hugh Laurie is actually British. So many years of playing one character will do that to you. But yea he's a talented man. And so is Joely Richardson, but even their best efforts cannot save this movie. I mean, I say this a lot, but I've seen far worse romantic comedies than this one (eg: License to Wed), but it's seriously one of the most inconsistent movies I've seen in a long time. The tonal shifts in this movie are all over the fucking place. Sometimes it's a drama (bordering on MELODRAMA), sometimes it's a comedy. The main problem with that is that the movie just never TRANSITIONS into drama/comedy, it just cuts to another scene and if that scene happens to be a dramatic scene then so be it. There's no flow to any of the movie to be honest. Not to mention the humor is pretty horrendous. It sort of tries to do an american R-rated style of comedy, but it just didn't work, when I watch british comedies, that's exactly the type of humor I want...British. Not shitty American gross-out humor. Not that there's anything wrong with that...in moderation. I mean Hugh Laurie has some good lines but they're sprinkled in the first part of the movie. The funniest part of the movie was by far Rowan Atkinson. He has such great and over-the-top facial expressions that he doesn't need to say anything and I was laughing. But Rowan's character is only a cameo, which is a shame, which brings me to Emma Thompson. I don't know HOW or WHY they got Emma to do a glorified cameo in this movie, it just baffles my mind. Maybe she owed someone a favor. But yea this movie is pretty bad. Hugh Laurie and Joely Richardson are pretty decent in their roles, so the movie's not absolutely horrendous. I'll probably end up forgetting about this movie by the end of the week, and probably for good reason.

Theodore B (us) wrote: An interseting concept where lives cross at a junction.

Magdalen D (kr) wrote: I thought this was quite a compelling film that was also very engaging and heartfelt.I feel that many would be able to relate not to the situations the characters face per-se, but to the versatility in human emotions displayed throughout the film, ranging from hardship and strife to bliss and enjoyment.Overall in my opinion it was well done.

Ian R (fr) wrote: Low budget but fun and with a message. It's worth a watch

Matthew D (it) wrote: One of Hitchcock's most balanced comedies; neither too frenetic nor too sluggish. The clever intertwining plots are allowed to develop at a natural pace and the laughs too, while only lightly sprinkled throughout, are mercifully unforced, a problem that plagued the director's other straight-up comedies. The thing that makes Family Plot stand-out as worthy as Hitch's last film is the running commentary on his style, which adds more value to fans of the master of suspense than the casual viewer; the mention of a 'perfect murder' in someone's past made me realise it could be seen as a pseudo-sequel to many of Hitchcock's thrillers, a commentary on what would happen next to many of his protagonists. As such it is a perfect swan song from the great director.

Justin E (it) wrote: Anohter Great Hope comedy! Better for kids to see then "SUPERMAN RETURNS"!

Anthony W (es) wrote: Though certainly nowhere near on par with Hitchcock's classic "Rear Window," Disturbia still delivers the suspense it seeks while also mixing in awkward humor to make for a satisfying thriller.

Daniel A (ru) wrote: now it has NOTHING to do with the game.

Cooper C (jp) wrote: Barely funny, not to mention it's dark and depressing in the worst kind of way...

Kimbo J (ru) wrote: The story of a petty man out for "justified" violent revenge for something he stupidly instigated in the first place. Terrible movie.