Viaje a Surtsey
Two good friends from childhood, Iñaki and Matthew shared his love of mountaineering and adventure. Not exactly soul mates, but when both are in the mountains, become the best partners and allies, without a single situation that can not be overcome, or that peak overlap. Time passes and each follows his life on his own. After a long time without maintaining contact are a night at a drinks. After a night of conversation and alcohol make a decision: top cap a three thousand meter always wanted to achieve.
Two good friends from childhood, Iñaki and Matthew shared his love of mountaineering and adventure. Not exactly soul mates, but when both are in the mountains, become the best partners and allies, without a single situation that can not be overcome, or that peak overlap. Time passes and each follows his life on his own. After a long time without maintaining contact are a night at a drinks. After a night of conversation and alcohol make a decision: top cap a three thousand meter always wanted to achieve. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Viaje a Surtsey torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Not good enough to be shrug worthy, and not bad enough to be fun. A bland sad stillborn movie.
(ag) wrote: This is one of the finest movies I have ever seen. I didn't expect it to be as good as it is or to have me sobbing at different points in the movie. It starts off strong & ends even better. Every aspect of this film, from the music to the actors performances, were perfect. I really can't get over how great it is. A French Canadian film from 2005 with subtitles about a confused coming of age gay man set mostly in the 70s, starring a very handsome young actor. I would like to keep explaining more of how I think & feel about this movie, but you really just have to see it for yourself, especially if your gay ;) You can currently stream it through Netflix, go check it out!!!
(au) wrote: I saw this heartbreaking tearjerker with Mathew. It's all about the devastating massacre in Rwanda in 1994. The saddest part in the whole film was when the girls at the Catholic school thought they were safe but then the Hutus came and cornered them in a room. "Separate yourselves into Hutu and Tutsi," they demanded. Then one of the girls spoke up and said, "We are sisters. We will stay together." So the Hutus opened fire and slaughtered them ALL. I think this drama is an important film so that we never let this kind of massacre happen again. The film was very emotional and had well put together scenic design. It lacked in the storyline in that I was a bit confused as it went back and forth between 2004 and 1994. The ending was a little confusing as well about what happened to Augustin's wife. I had closure at the end, but I was still confused a little bit about how she ended up where she was. This movie is similar to "Hotel Rwanda" but I think I might like "Sometimes in April" a bit better.
(kr) wrote: it was ok..a litttle slow at times..ok througout the whole movie..lol
(mx) wrote: This is where they turned the series into a kid's comic book movie. In all that it loses its way and gets too cartoony. Still, it's still fairly entertaining if you just want a bit more of RoboCop action. Easily the weakest of the series though, which is strange considering all the talent involved...
(gb) wrote: Completely unnecessary sequel with some blaxploitation and banal cop genre.
(ag) wrote: Stephen King has had more books receive film adaptations than any other author. While several of these film adaptations were very good, Stephen King is a fan of very few of them. So to determine whether or not he should never allow another film adaptation, he decided to direct a film based on one of his own stories. Maximum Overdrive is based on a short story titled Trucks, featured in his short story collection, Night Shift. In the trailer, he said that he wanted to see someone do Stephen King right. Several years later, he confessed that it was a "moron film". Should Stephen King be that ashamed of directing this movie? Not necessary. Sure, it's complicated, it's twisted, and none of these supernatural trucks are explained very well. And sure, Stephen King probably has more to hate about this film than having to play the guy who gets called an a-hole by an ATM machine. Yet, with its intriguing characters, oddly interesting activity from the trucks, and electrifying soundtrack, Maximum Overdrive serves as dumb, over-the-top fun if you choose not to take it too seriously.
(jp) wrote: Really wanna see this movie
(au) wrote: This kind of set the bar for 80's teen movies. Which might explain why most of them are so flat.
(ag) wrote: A good movie that's a little too Hollywood for my taste. Not enough alien stuff
(it) wrote: At the age of 17, Kat Connor's mother mysteriously disappears without any explanation. This has led Kat played by Shailene Woodley to go back-and-forth in flashback memories and people in search of an answer as her mother always haunts her in her dreams. Woodley proved her acting prowess in this film and literally carried the film. But I also feel the film heavily relied on her stellar acting that it forgets to deliver a solid story to remember. Woodley was also daring in this film as she almost revealed her whole body, a striking contrast to her other teen themed films. But this could pave way for more mature roles for her. Eva Green as Eve Connor was also memorable in this flick. I'm always impressed of Green's enigmatic and solid portrayal of characters especially as a lunatic but sad wife character in this movie. She delivered what as is best needed in every performance she takes. The rests of the casts gave supporting act as well. The story of White Bird in a Blizzard has the right amount of mystery and twist that will keep you guessing until the end and you wouldn't saw that until the unexpected revelation. The story might not be solid but it is still entertaining and worth to see. White Bird in a Blizzard is a drama thriller directed by independent filmmaker Gregg Araki.
(nl) wrote: One of the more memorable, sweeping zombie films seen in years..