I told you all I was going to be No. 1, and I did just that Usain Bolt There is no athlete that can compete with him...he s a global superstar Michael Johnson In this extraordinary film, director Gael Leibland spends a year chronicling every minute of the life of athletics champion and cultural icon Usain Bolt. Granted unprecedented access, Leibland follows Bolt behind the scenes as he attempts to smash records and make history at the 2012 Olympic Games. Through in-depth interviews with Bolt, his family and friends, Bolt: The Movie takes you on a journey into the life of the fastest man on the planet and is a no-holds-barred account of what it is like to be the very best. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Usain Bolt: The Fastest Man Alive
This documentary follows the life and career of Usain Bolt.
- Stars:Usain Bolt,
You may also like
Usain Bolt: The Fastest Man Alive torrent reviews
Cameron H (kr) wrote: New approach for writing reviews: One economical paragraph, no plot description. RT's comparison of In the Loop to Dr. Strangelove is fitting in the similar deconstruction of professional politics into childlike name-calling, bickering, and whining. Rather than using archetypes to create characters, In the Loop arranges a vast web of vital, quirky office holders for the tense situation of a war between the U.S./U.K. and the Middle East. The details of such are not too specific, a grateful choice for heightening the timelessness of the comedy, but In the Loop sharply pokes fun at the frighteningly ridiculous choices made during the Iraq war. The bulk of the film's humour is seeing the quirks we recognize in our own politicians, cranked to maximum levels of lunacy. Cabinet minister Simon Foster (Tom Hollander) is a publicity trainwreck, director of communications Malcolm Tucker (Peter Capaldi) seems not to have lived a day where he did not throw a profanity-laced tantrum, and various characters who stand accused defend themselves in manners not much sillier than what we might hear in actual interviews. It's sharp, it's funny, it's practically what I have seen for all of my life. At the same time, it's not what I usually see. The mingling of the cast opens characters to great vulnerability, even if they are not transparent. We see politicians as wild animals, acting on instinct to protect themselves before anyone else. That may have been what you imagined politicians to act like, and In the Loop will certainly reinstate that vision. Politically intelligent, not intellectual, and non-partisan laughs, for less than two hours of your time.
Savas S (jp) wrote: Keira Knightley.... Divine!!!
Jos M (nl) wrote: Wesley A. Ramsey and Steve Sandvoss are great, and the story might be kinda sweet, but, eventually, Latter Days is filled with cheesy steretypes, and is a widely predictable story.
Michael W (it) wrote: Account of the murder retrial for Civil Rights leader Medgar Evers' killer some 30 years after two 1960's trials were left deadlocked. Good film, very matter of fact, but unfortunately one of the lasting impressions for me will be Alec Baldwin's wisecracking secretary.
CuBaN M (gb) wrote: Tiis movie was ok. It was too long of a movie without keeping my attention.
Mark A (us) wrote: Disappointed! Great story idea, excellent cast, especially with Plummer as Holmes. The movie just didn't deliver with all the excellent ingredients it had.
Stephen C (ru) wrote: Yes its a cobbled together giallo Brtish rip off but despite all that its a good deal of fun watching the obvoius plot devices and nasty deaths along the way.When a film crew are making a horror film at an old country house it turns out the spirit of a long dead witch who they are making the film about is lurking in the house .Cue thunder and ligtning effects extensive use of a smoke machine, death by Rover 3000 and flying cars.Yes its all very silly but at least its good silly the acting aint great but cult Director Norman J Warren is clearly having a good time throwing stuff at the screen and seeing what sticks .Its no classic then but it is a interesting take on the giallo films
Darlene C (nl) wrote: Great old movies..they don't make them like this any more!
Helen H (ca) wrote: I love this song, oops this isn't Prince's song.
Jim B (ru) wrote: When cross-dressing gets the Hollywood treatment it typically results in either situation comedy or cross-dressing done well resulting in the protagonist "passing" (e.g. Boys Don't Cry or the Crying Game). With Glen or Glenda, once you get past the usual Ed Wood level of production values, you're provided with a fascinating insight into the world and the mind of the cross-dresser in 1950's America; and an atypical level or reality where the cross-dresser carries out everyday, mundane activities whilst "dressed".It might not be particularly well made, and may not be Ed Woods most notorious film, but it may prove to be his most important when seen as a historical document dealing with the subject of gender identity in film.For those interested in film history or gender issues this is a film you should see. For those just wanting to pass an hour or so, you may find it interesting...or you may think it's awful.
Kevin F (mx) wrote: I really liked this movie, it's funny. it deserves a higher rating
Eric F (de) wrote: This movie left me crying in bed for a whole afternoon and depressed for four days. It is more of a tragedy than a fantasy movie. But still, it is one of my favorite movies.
Borhan K (ca) wrote: Ill cut to the chase in this one its all about a boy that continues the wrong cycle that his father started. It does have a moral which is basically everyone has a will to make their choices for themselves whether they do it or not its up to them is this a movie to watch no.
Chris R (es) wrote: It's different, that's for sure.