Senna's remarkable story, charting his physical and spiritual achievments on the track and off, his quest for perfection, and the mythical status he has since attained, is the subject of Senna, a documentary feature that spans the racing legend's years as an F1 driver, from his opening season in 1984 to his untimely death a decade later.

The documentary is about the life of Brazilian motor-racing legend, Ayrton Senna, whom many believe was the greatest driver who ever lived. Ayrton wins the F1 world championship three times before his death at age 34. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Senna torrent reviews

Aaron K (jp) wrote: Decent story but marred by stereotypical supporting characters.

Avid C (kr) wrote: Les saveurs du Palais raconte une histoire assez simple d'une manire assez succincte. L'introduction comme la conclusion sont trs courtes, on plonge immdiatement dans le sujet et on en ressort tout aussi rapidement. Le scnario ne se proccupe que d'une chose: l'exprience du personnage principal dans la cuisine prive du Palais. On ne nous prsente que bien peu d'autres agrments. On ne voit que ses actions alors qu'elle tente de faire sa place pour rpondre l'appel du Prsident.Catherine Frot et Arthur Dupont sont tous deux parfait dans leur rle et nous font baigner dans leur recherches culinaires sans efforts. Cependant, les acteurs jouant le prsident et la journaliste font pitre performance, et c'en est bien triste.L'histoire est intressante, le sujet indit, et le scripte bien mont. En tout, c'est un bon film, mais il nous laisse presque en suspend. La conclusion est l, mais en plus d'tre courte, elle arrive trs abruptement. Il n'y a pas vraiment de crescendo qui y mne.Je le recommande tout de mme. C'est un petit film qui se prend bien. La simplicit du personnage se reflte solidement dans le montage.

Ann B (de) wrote: Excellent and entertaining movie! It was hysterically funny and not forced.

Javier S (mx) wrote: La pelicula de la paternidad critiana contada desde el punto de vista de 4 policias de un pueblito que se enfrenan al reto de la paternidad de diferentes maneras.Desafortunadamente la manita del director es tan pesada que el mensaje verdaderamente positivo y cristiano se siente tan forzado que es en verdad dificil de tomar

carlos c (fr) wrote: es esta Lety la que estoy viendo

Martin (ca) wrote: ONe of the greatest westerns ever made!

Heather C (us) wrote: Weird ass movie, but not bad.....

Alex r (nl) wrote: Tarantula is yet another terrific monster film from the golden era of giant monsters. The film is a bit slow, but the payoff is exciting and thrilling. The cast do a good job in their performances, but like every other film dealing with giant creatures, the special effects steal away the show. Tarantula is sure to delight genre fans looking for an entertaining monster film. Tarantula delivers some memorable B movie moments, and you come to admire how well this film looks considering the fact that this was made in the 50's. Nowadays, we don't get films like this anymore, and it's always good to revisit the classics. Tarantula is very much in the same category as Them! a giant Ant movie of the same era. Tarantula is a wonderful monster film, one that every genre fan should check out, and it ranks among the finest horror films of the 50's. With a well thought out script, good acting and great effects, Tarantula captivates the viewer with stunning moments of monster mayhem. There are better monster films, and that's including Them! And the Blob, but Tarantula is nonetheless another great addition to the plateau of 1950's monster movies. Using a simple idea, the filmmakers were able to pull off something great with a basic idea. If you enjoy the genre, then give Tarantula shot. This ranks among the best of the decade, and in terms of mutated creature films, this one succeeds at being quite entertaining and is memorable from start to finish. With great acting, a simple, yet engaging story and awesome special effects, Tarantula is an impressive monster film that is sure to appeal to genre fans. Tarantula is yet another great 1950's era monster film that won't disappoint. The film may be a bit slow, but the payoff is worth it.

Mark D (kr) wrote: Well made and watchable, but it's a mystery with no suspects, no twists, no suspense and no payoffs. Just Clint going around banging chicks.