To Be Takei

To Be Takei

Over seven decades, actor and activist George Takei journeyed from a World War II internment camp to the helm of the Starship Enterprise, and then to the daily news feeds of five million Facebook fans. Join George and his husband, Brad, on a wacky and profound trek for life, liberty, and love.

A look at the many roles played by eclectic 77-year-old actor/activist George Takei, whose wit, humor and grace have helped him to become an internationally beloved figure and Internet phenomenon with 7-million Facebook fans and counting. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


To Be Takei torrent reviews

Alexander B (mx) wrote: Vampire Academy, is a film that definitely leaves a lot of stuff out from the books, which is why this movie isn't good. Also, because had a very stuffy and quickly made backstory:(

Lini X (mx) wrote: typical sort of disaster flick...but a wee bit worse... i just couldn't get used to Brittany Murphy(who i love) starring in a non-comedic role...she should have stayed away from drivel like this...

Emma C (us) wrote: A slow to get started movie that twists and turns in and out of dark places.

Quindarious H (au) wrote: this movies is on now and it suckss!!!!

Shyann B (br) wrote: I've seen it but don't remember much about it

Sarah E (br) wrote: Here's a movie that sticks to its vision, and I can appreciate that. The Claim is a quet, intricate, and emotional drama with good performances, writing, and direction.

Ruben J (mx) wrote: Una de las mas atrevidas, controvertidas y a la vez divertidas de Almodovar, la Forque espectacular, y todo el enmaraado recubierto con unos dilogos frescos y disparatados, con un toque de realismo que es lo que al final te saca la carcajada, muy divertida y genial!!

Winifred L (de) wrote: This one is a mix for me. Can't decide if I like it or not.

Owen D (gb) wrote: I thought it was interesting. I would of liked more on the start of the comics, and the time of censor and anti-comics.

Andrew H (jp) wrote: This is a good old action blockbuster

Tyler H (ag) wrote: I'm a little eh out of it. THe acting's just below par, and that's the best element, besides the dance numbers. It's just... out there. A Halloween-themed movie with klittle concrete plot, but at the same time I have this stuff to say: 1) It's so gosh-effing terrible, that it's kind of funny. IT dances (literally) over the line between serious comedy and we-kind-of-know-this-flop-is-a-joke, and that inconsistency is a little daunting. 2) Very quotable. But oddly enough, "what difference does it make?"

Jessica M (es) wrote: Steve Mcqueen overpowered Frank Sinatra in this movie!

Private U (es) wrote: Classic. Just Classic

Matt C (ru) wrote: Awful. Truly not believable and dragged on. By far the worst movie in the franchise.

RocknRoll C (us) wrote: This movie holds up through time. Great editing and great soundtrack too - everything from Lynard Skynard to Tricia Yearwood. You can't go wrong with Steve Buscemi, Nicholas Cage, John Cusack and John Malkovich either.

John Y (gb) wrote: The movie rollercoastered between fantastic and dumb, and then ending sure didn't help. Worth seeing only if you're a true Bogart fan.