The James Dean Story

The James Dean Story

Released two years after James Dean's death, this documentary chronicles his short life and career via black-and-white still photographs, interviews with the aunt and uncle who raised him, his paternal grandparents, a New York City cabdriver friend, the owner of his favorite Los Angeles restaurant, outtakes from East of Eden, footage of the opening night of Giant, and Dean's ironic PSA for safe driving.

This documentary, which was undertaken soon after James Dean's death, looks at Dean's life through the use of still photographs with narration, and interviews with many of the people ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The James Dean Story torrent reviews

Gome A (ru) wrote: This was as boring as hell and there was not as much Adelaide Kane as I was expecting, seriously, she wandered off the house at the beginning of the film and came back at the end of it ... great.

Matthew A (ca) wrote: An interesting companion piece to The King of Kong, but with no resolution or conflict, it just plods along

Dave C (es) wrote: Hmmm well apart from the doggy that plays the title role looking nothing like the one in the poster I wasn't too disappointed with the CGI creature that appeared in this film.The story is basically about two groups of people that want to get their hands on Attila The Hun's sword (oo-er), a mystical sword (or sw-ord as the Romanian's say) that grants the bearer invincibility. Unfortunately the sword is guarded by Ceberus the three-headed dog that guards the gate to Hades. The first half of the film is pretty bad and it's only in the second half when the dog turns up that things get interesting. One of the silly moments of the film is when someone goes back to delay the beast and his best friend finds a way out the dog can't follow, does he tells his friend? Oh no. Chomp! Chomp! Chomp!

Safriya K (es) wrote: loved it,even tho im not a big fan on violence movies. It was good cuz u got to see a bit of a love story in between. good songs.

Juliette K (jp) wrote: Good Movie Love to watch Dennis Quaid!

Allan C (mx) wrote: Whether it's "Attack of the Puppet People" or "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" (or Chucky for that matter), there's something that grabs my attention when it comes to little things versus big things. In this sequel to the surprisingly successful Charles Band direct-to-video original film, the puppets return to hunt down paranormal researchers for their master, Andre Toulon. There are no actors in this film I'd ever heard of before, except for John Carpenter regular character actor bit player, George "Buck" Flower. Producer Band's brother, the excellent Richard Band, provides the film with a solid score. I've always enjoyed scores by Richard Band and always wondered why he never got a shot at scoring a major film, but maybe that's because he was kept plenty busy scoring his brother's low budget genre films. This film isn't anything brilliant and is certainly hampered by it's budget, but it is nice to seep in-camera special effects and no CGI. Not really a smart or necessarily clever film, but is it certainly entertaining.

Peter H (it) wrote: a walking mummy, some bad acting, and a nice ending, I wonder where he went to.

Ryan C (it) wrote: While boasting a tremendous performance by Will Smith (his best in my book), "Ali" showcases only one decade of the many fascinating aspects of Muhammad Ali's life from his boxing career, his religious and political life, and decision to evade the draft. The problem is that Ali was a larger-than-life character and one of the most important and significant sports figures in history, so to try to sum up only ten years of his life in a nearly three hour biopic doesn't quite do "The Champ" enough justice.

John M (ag) wrote: an unoriginal and ultimately pointless film. you know the indie movie about the southern belle who hits the road and has a hard knock life? blah blah blah. what sets this film apart from its countless previous incarnations is that the acting by everyone but the lead is cartoonishly awful and silly. it's embarassing. only Jessica Chastain brings any real talent or pathos, and she is quite great in the role. a very talented actress playing an extremely unlikable and stupid character. what a waste.

Gimly M (de) wrote: It's honestly not as silly as I remember it being. There's nothing that stands out as particularly great about Kindergarten Cop. But overall it's very watchable and even manages to wield a certain 80's-type charm you just don't find any more.