The Man Who Souled the World

The Man Who Souled the World

Steve Rocco, the controversial godfather of street, led a cultural revolution during the early 1990s topping the corporate giants who controlled the skateboard industry and ushering in the most degenerate, savage, innovative & entertaining era in the history of skateboarding. For better or worse his legacy shaped skateboarding as we know it today like no other.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:business,   art,   subculture,  

THE MAN WHO SOULED THE WORLD tells the story of Steve Rocco, the irreverent genius who transformed the skateboard industry from corporate to skater owned with a do-it-yourself punk attitude... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Man Who Souled the World torrent reviews

Kelly P (us) wrote: This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen. Thought it was a movie about his life. Just a movie of his concert at Massey Hall in 2010.

Nicole G (gb) wrote: There was some good parts, but was rather dry overall in my opinion....the best part was the Jewish Reggae singer...if you have not yet, I suggest you find that hidden jem!

Andrew M (ca) wrote: Guess Who is not a good movie at all. Yes, it may have some good actors in the movie but the movie still fails. This movie tries to go for a racial feature. However, it does bring race, but just bad qualities of it. I would not suggest this movie.

Rotten T (ca) wrote: This film gets a 50% rating solely on the seductive, sexy, exotic, and beautiful lead actress, Nadia Bjorlin.

Therese O (nl) wrote: THIS IS THE WORLD's best movie. I saw it last night and didnt' want it to end. You want the 80's? You got it. A night well spent, my friend. Well spent.

Andrew B (gb) wrote: It deals very flippantly with my hero - but worth a watch.

Edward B (au) wrote: Thai films have slowly been increasing in popularity, mainly thanks to Tony Jaa's influential and unprecedented martial arts style. From the opening scene, The Victim promises to be the next Shutter, but just as quickly collapses into an incomprehensible, unscary, and downright annoying piece of forgettable cinema. Its art-house ambitions grow more unattainable by the minute thanks to its poor production values, camera angles that don't even film the action properly, and jarring edits. There's no need to even talk about the story, because it's filled with so many blatant plot holes that if the filmmakers couldn't bother to find ways to fix them, what's the point of talking about them.

Greg W (de) wrote: classified as noir- i don't think so its a great psychological melodrama yes but noir no

Jessica M (gb) wrote: very well acted!! i'm beginning to really enjoy Dougray Scott! he's been amazing! it reminded me of Possession (2009) with Lee Pace. wish it could have an alternate ending as well ;)the ending was a lot infuriating! wanted so much more movie.. xP

jayme k (es) wrote: I love this movie!~!!

Terry L (de) wrote: Very entertaining and allowed me to laugh and enjoy a great display of what Kevin James does! Don't listen to the critics! This movie made me forget all of the serious trauma going on in my life and really turned my day around!!! 20 year old, 61 year old and 50 year old all enjoyed it!

Ryan H (ru) wrote: Simon and Nick together seems like a winning recipe no matter what genre it is.

Serge L (it) wrote: Tomatometer says rotten but it is still a nice film. A bit too nice. This is whitewashing the germans with a nice story. There are still plenty in the film to ponder about though. I would say that it makes the film child-safe. The girl is fabulous, the boy not too bad. I think this film is targetting a child audience and as such, it goes far enough.

Damon R (us) wrote: This sci-fi movie is both thrilling and scary at the same time. I'm getting my own copy soon.

Wade W (nl) wrote: First part (1/4th?) of the movie is kinda slow, but the rest of the movie is totally worth it. Looking forward to WolfCop 2!

David B (nl) wrote: "I thought you were dead" "not hardly" John Wayne yet again delivers some great fun in this western where he, his two 20something sons, their Injun friend and the faithful dog go in search of his grandson.