Steve-O: Demise and Rise

Steve-O: Demise and Rise

A documentary of Steve-O’s downward spiral to when he ultimately hits rock bottom and is saved by the intervention of friends and his own will to do whatever it takes to get – and stay – sober.

A documentary of Steve-O’s downward spiral to when he ultimately hits rock bottom and is saved by the intervention of friends and his own will to do whatever it takes to get – and stay – sober. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Neely B (ca) wrote: Pretty good movie. it was a different kind of movie from shahid kapoor. Love his 3 roles and how he portrayed the characters diffrently. amazing movie.

wan L (ag) wrote: I love this movie. Some might freak on this one. But, I love, Love scene w/ two guys. I have no problem with it. They were bliss with love from one another. Another movie that I had watch twice. Didn't get me wrong. LOL. I had to read the subtitle. Than the scene. LOL. Okay. I'm going to stop now. (Embarrass, now).

Eleanor R (ag) wrote: Cute! Cute! Cute! Such a good movie....

Chris S (de) wrote: I don't have alot to say about this movie, its been awhile sense I've watched this but I think I'll be able to get a review out of what I remember. The story involves Green, a teen trying to get out of his town. Green loves doing effects make-up and wants to make a living out of it. Green finds a break when he gets the job of making the town's haunted house for that year. But things are holding Green back, like the towns religious group and his mothers abusive boyfriend. This movie has first time writer/director written all over it. Thats not really a bad thing, this is a first time writer/director, he can learn from the mistakes. I'm not saying I hate this movie, I just wish it was better. Not all the of the characters are fully fleshed out. Really only Green and his girl has anything interesting about them. Everyone else seems to just fall into stereotypes. The story itself you can usually see where it is going. At points I wish it would change and do something that I didn't expect, but I wasn't really into anything that happen to these people. I did like the parts dealing with Green's effects, and I wish more was shown of them. I can't help to think, that if more of this movie dealt with the effects, and less with the people who hate these effects, I might of liked this movie more. If you get a chance you can check this out, but I don't think you need to run out and get this movie.

Timothy S (ag) wrote: Two words: NO ELMO!!! =D(Well, he looks out a window at one point, but I don't have to hear him talk about himself in the third person with that abrasive voice!)Follow That Bird is a charming and often very funny little film with great music and the Sesame Street cast from its heyday (Linda Bove for the win!!!). Jim Henson was still alive, Carroll Spinney is wonderful as both Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch (whose "Grouch Anthem" nearly steals the show in the first scene), and the incomparable Frank Oz provides the voices of three of my favorite Muppets (Bert, Cookie Monster, and Grover). Add to that some inspired guest cameos from Sandra Bernhard, Chevy Chase, Waylon Jennings, and John Candy. And let's not forget Sally Kellerman as the well-meaning-yet-ominous Miss Finch, and Dave Thomas and Joe Flaherty as the hilariously villainous Sleaze Brothers. Mid-80s styles and celebrities aside, this is a virtually timeless film. I've never forgotten the lesson I learned from it, either: NEVER jump from a moving truck....unless Gordon says it's okay.

Tony S (kr) wrote: Love Story - good song !

Colby H (ru) wrote: When Casino Royale was released back in 2006, people hated the idea of Daniel Craig portraying the iconic James Bond character. People were nervous that he would destroy the franchise with blond hair and blue eyes, but everyone's hatred of the idea came to a sudden end once the film was released, and it turned out to be the one of the best Bond films ever. In Casino Royale, a terrorist organization is relying on a man with the name Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen) to win at a high-skates poker game to retrieve the money. James Bond (Daniel Craig) is assigned to play in the game as well to prevent Le Chiffre from getting the money. Casino Royale is my favorite James Bond film. It did everything right, it had no problems at all, it was perfect. This movie did what a 007 film is supposed to do, it showed the dark side of the character, along with a reasonable amount of suspense. Most of the movie revolves around the actual poker game. The film also brings in one of the best Bond girls in the franchise, named Vesper Lynd (Eva green) who helps 007 with his assignment. This film highly resembles the Mission Impossible films, it features the same style of film. It is a very well written movie that doesn't fail to show the version of the character straight from his origins. It also revived the franchise after previous, 'less than stellar entries'.Over all, if you are a fan of the James Bond movies, I would highly recommend it to you. It was perfect. 5/5 stars

Don C (fr) wrote: lancaster cowboys n indians best movies....

John S (ru) wrote: This is a great war movie that was filmed at theh close of the second world war. John Wayne is great as usual. The director tried to make this movie as accurate as possible, even though the battles for the Phillipines were still being fought as this movie was made. It is based on real people. The only draw back is the romance element, which all war movies had at this time.

Ben W (gb) wrote: another powell and pressburger thats dry and has a stick up its ass. its not that its bad. the canadian landscape is beautiful and there is some genuine tension as a thriller here, but its so politically motivated (which is still somewhat understandable) in its anti-isolationist ideals which urges the united states to enter the war. but despite the technical aspects, it simply wasnt a film that i was terribly engrossed in.

George G (gb) wrote: I really wanted to like this movie but the cast was horrible and the story went nowhere fast. I turned it off half way through the film and never thought about it again.

Fong K (ru) wrote: It is PULP FICTION in a Belgium tourism video. Expect shiploads of profanity and violence; and a gunman principle on killing a child but little of a gratifying narrative.

Gina B (it) wrote: Always love to see Richard Gere dancing. Feel good movie about finding something you're passionate about, can put a spark back into a mundane routine.

Christopher B (jp) wrote: Not a bad flick for the time - that is if you can put aside the likelihood of the actual science.

Roxanne R (gb) wrote: I go against the critics on this one and say this is a wonderful job by director Gus Van Sant; a powerful story about gaining love, losing love, cherishing the memories, the damaging effects of grief and regret, and gaining life back. Arthur Brennan (M. McConaughey) is seen taking a one way trip to Japan and a taxi drops him off at Aokigahara, known as the Sea of Trees, a place people go to commit suicide. Once I figured out that was his plan, the story shows Arthur about to kill himself but notices a stranger seeking help in the woods so he comes to his aid and learns the stranger's name is Takumi Nakamura (K. Watanabe) and his story. The journey continues from there but rest assured that you learn incredible lessons about life along the way! I get chills as I write this review because I believe in the power of spirits guiding us and revealing certain things to us. Funny how we might have a plan initially but fate throws you a curve and your plan changes dramatically. The screenplay for The Sea Of Trees, penned by Chris Sparling (Buried), is one of those narratives where everything falls into place in the unlikeliest, corniest, and strangely possible ways. After watching this film you will get a greater appreciation for your LIFE and either count your blessings for what you have or salvage what is left of it. I guarantee it! RECOMMENDED and available on Amazon Prime in HD for subscribers.