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(262) 6.7 108 min 2018

350 Days is a movie starring Bret Hart, Billy Graham, and Greg Valentine. 350 Days peels back the curtain on the severe toll pro wrestlers endured on the road 350 days a year, a toll on their bodies, families, and psyches.

Jimmy Snuka, Greg Valentine, Bret Hart, Billy Graham
Documentary, Sport
Fulvio Cecere

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, Sport
Director Fulvio Cecere
Stars Jimmy Snuka, Greg Valentine, Bret Hart, Billy Graham
Country Canada, USA
Also Known As 350 Days - Legends. Champions. Survivors
Runtime 1H 48M
Description 350 Days peels back the curtain on the severe toll pro wrestlers endured on the road 350 days a year, a toll on their bodies, families, and psyches.

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Sunday, 20 Sep 2020 09:30

There are three major parts of this movie. The first, a large portion of it is the music. Which is a nice thing about this movie. Each song feels like a different film in itself. The soundtrack is done with an eclectic mix of modern, post-rock, and retro sounds, from old and new bands alike. The score does lend itself to the two main stories, the way it's composed and the way it flows, but the first time it comes up is in the middle of the movie. And it has nothing to do with the music. Instead it focuses on the second story. This is about a soldier that makes a mistake that sets him up for a career as a pilot. While in the military, he tries to kill himself and comes to the realization that killing himself is not his only option. In this story, the movie builds up slowly, mostly because of the quieter scenes between the men who talk about their pasts and talk about the current ones. These are often about the strange things that happen in their lives. The one thing that is unique about the movie is the way it moves from one story to the other, the way it links the different parts of the movie. It's like a different movie playing in different theaters, and they are connected by some kind of telepathy. The music is one of the few things I think I liked in this movie. The soundtrack is really unique. I've never heard a song like it. Sometimes I think they could have done without the songs, but that's not really the case. Some of the songs are extremely powerful, like the ones used in the end credits. The last scene is very powerful and powerful because it reminds me of my own life, especially about suicide. It is a sad story about the things that can happen when you lose someone you love, and I think it's really powerful because it's the first thing we hear from the movie after the credits roll. That's not all though. The movie is also about the consequences that the events in the soldiers life have on the men who knew him, and the consequences of that on the men who are the other soldiers who end up protecting him. I also liked the soundtrack for the first part of the movie. It was an interesting combination of songs that fit the mood of the story. The final song that they use in the end credits is really amazing. There is a lot of cool stuff in the movie. I also like the whole idea of the pilots in the movie. The whole movie is a whole package of different stories that can be told about the same person. They all deal with the same things and all of them end in the same place. This is a great movie to see in theaters.
Friday, 11 Sep 2020 14:56

David Lynch's brilliant film "Dilbert" recently received an Oscar nod for best film. "The Artist" is considered an 8th movie by most people. There is no denying that "The Artist" is an artistic masterpiece and is probably one of the best films ever made. This film begins with a character who is about to give up on life, named Steve Carrell (Joel Edgerton). Steve was a successful successful professional chef and executive at a restaurant called "Lucky Strike". He is married to the brilliant Sissy (Laura Dern), with a daughter named Melanie (Shailene Woodley). One day he finds a strange figurine in a restaurant and gives it to Melanie. This figurine looks like a woman with no face. In an effort to prevent this from happening to her, he buys the figurine. Soon after, the woman dies and Steve is in a state of shock. He takes this figurine back to the restaurant and explains to his boss (played by Kevin Spacey) that he took it from the restaurant. He then tries to conceal this from his wife. In an attempt to make things right, he decides to write a book about the woman. The book has one of his favorite poems, called "Death Is No Evil". When this woman dies, Steve is visited by his dead daughter, his wife, and his son who says that he would never talk to him again. Then he learns that the woman he bought the figurine from was the woman who killed his daughter. Steve tries to escape from the woman, but instead he falls to his death. This causes the manager to want to kill Steve. In the end, he is seen to have written his poem about the woman, which was given to him by her. The film ends with a comment about the author's anger towards the real life writer of the poem. All in all, I believe this film is one of the most powerful movies I have ever seen. If you are not in a mood to watch a truly brilliant movie, I highly recommend this one. It has amazing acting, beautiful photography, and a stunning soundtrack. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in films that are based on life's problems and loss. 7.5/10
Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 06:06

In one of the final chapters of a book I have read, it is said that the best storytellers tend to end up writing only about the simplest of subjects. Indeed, with the exception of the life of Socrates, I have never read a more spectacularly dull and banal book. Indeed, few writers have ever been so completely successful at writing what is essentially about nothing. The talent to remain silent and only speak in terms of "philosophy" is admirable, but it has no place in a book about nothing. So when I heard about this film I thought "Oh, I can't resist". And boy, was I wrong. This film is a grand success. It is far more impressive than some of the major movies that have come out in the last year. It has only one major flaw: it ends. Not to worry, though, because it ends pretty much right where it began. The kind of grandeur that comes from making a movie about nothing is not the same as actually doing nothing. And since the book ended with Socrates being executed by the authorities for his political views, it is only natural that the ending of the film is more like a ceremony than a stand-alone movie. It is as if they wanted to show that Socrates' death was a triumph of logic over emotion. It is a brilliant stroke of acting, and a testament to the talents of the actors who played the central characters. I had a lot of trouble understanding why they chose the girl for the teacher. I knew that she was quite good in my view, but still it seemed as if she would do a poor job in that role. Perhaps that was the point, but then again maybe I am just not getting the point of the character. One of the things that struck me about the film is that it seems to be an epic that is based on Greek myths. It may be that the author was inspired by the myth of Prometheus, but I still cannot quite grasp how he was able to create such a tale, and then tell it with such talent. I'm sorry, but there are some wonderful films that exist purely for that reason, and the great ones can be too good to be true. Not even the great movie-makers of all time can pull that off. They have to use all their resources, and I think this is what made this film so great. The visuals are stunning, the acting is superb, the dialogue is just great, the music is really great, the story is well told, and the cinematography is just a masterpiece. The problem I had with the movie was that it seemed as though the author, who was so good at manipulating his audience, didn't have the good sense to actually do the real work that makes a great movie. The real star of the movie is the music. There are several scenes that sound like they are being recorded on the set of a movie by a composer. The story is told by the music, and so the story must be told by the music, and the music must be told by the story. This is the same as most great writers: they know they have to control the narrative and turn the story around to show us how great they are, and they do it using the music. The music here is what makes the movie. It is so great, in fact, that I'm amazed that it is not more widely
Wednesday, 02 Sep 2020 15:18

The real story of the seven days of suffering and of the struggle for survival. The work of Jean Baptiste Sauve (who also wrote and directed) and his team in Paris is incredible. It's as if a documentary had been made about the most tragic day in history. What is most striking is how the director, in a real sense, took the viewer through a struggle of a few hours, to get the viewer to feel the pain and suffering of a whole nation. The scene of the great storm in France is amazing. I feel I've never seen anything like it. The lack of resources, the lack of food, the lack of a proper shelter, the lack of a proper medical care. It's not a documentary about the war, but it is about the people. The movie is full of incredible shots, like the ones of the buildings, the ones of the "bus" and the "stroller". It is also full of incredible facts. I was amazed when I saw the statistics of the number of dead and injured. I have to mention that the director also shows the fact that the number of dead is not a very big number. But the most important thing is that the people of France are not portrayed as monsters, they are portrayed as human beings who were desperate to survive. I could not imagine the way the French people would have reacted. I am sure that the director did not show the French people as the monster that he would have wished to see. The director has told the truth about the French people, that they were not monsters, they were human beings. This movie is a testimony of how powerful the human spirit is. I could not imagine how much I loved this movie. It's a must see. I think you should watch it, if you haven't already.
Sunday, 02 Aug 2020 01:24

All of these different versions of the same story is a highlight of this documentary. This is actually my favorite film of all time, and it's about my all time favorite athlete and his career in the Olympics. So it's actually kind of hard to know where to begin. The film is just going to be a lot of different stories from many different sources, but they do come together, in a way, to form one big, interesting story. For example, we go from a 2 and a half hour interview with Ryan Lochte, to one interview with an Olympic committee member (with Ryan Lochte on it) to a 4 minute interview with another Olympic committee member. The interview with an Olympic committee member is really interesting, as it's very interesting to see how Ryan Lochte (and others in the Olympic committee) are still dealing with the tragedies of 9/11. And then we go from a 5 minute interview with Ryan Lochte to one interview with a Russian President (with Ryan Lochte on it). And then the film goes back and forth to include the 12-hour trip Lochte took to Moscow, and then back and forth again to include a couple of Olympic athletes. But the real highlight of the documentary is the interviews with family members of the athletes involved in the attacks, and even of the families of the athletes who were killed. And it's just a fascinating mix of interviews and events from different sources. There's a lot of different perspectives on the same events, and it's not a film that's going to get you convinced one way or the other about the reasons behind the attacks, or the recovery of the athletes who were injured. It's really interesting, and it's also a film that should be watched, because it's one of the more interesting documentaries of all time. It's very, very interesting to see the varying opinions of different individuals and of different nations about this event.
Monday, 20 Jul 2020 11:56

A documentary on the World Cup is always interesting, especially when it is made by the European Union, which is usually a collection of the press. But, for the most part, they don't even try to be too realistic or they get pretty dramatic. This is the case with Catching Fire, which is an attempt to make the World Cup more real, and in this way, its goal is to become a good, entertaining documentary, which is about a football team, with the potential to win the World Cup. So it makes you want to watch it for the team, which is called FC Barcelona, which is the most successful football team in the world. In this documentary, director Wim Wenders attempts to capture some aspects of the World Cup, like the match action, the playing, the sports, the weather, and the political situations. And the best aspect of the documentary is the voice-over of the players, which gives us a real sense of the relationship between them and the film-makers. They're passionate about their job, and sometimes, their passions seem to interfere with the film. But this is only a minor problem. The other important element is the dedication and passion of the directors, who use what is needed and how they can do it. You have to have a great imagination to find out the hidden details in the film, and they are not hard to find. The problem is that the whole movie seems a little exaggerated. In order to be realistic, they should have to have a well-developed script and a convincing cast. But, it's all about the passion, which is the most important element, in this case. And for that, the film does not disappoint. The voice-over of the players is amazing, you feel their frustration, the fear of the unknown, the hope of the good times, the desire for the reward, and the recognition of their contribution to the team, which is the real star of the story. The way they try to express the values and principles that they believe in, is very convincing, and their passion is the best thing that can be done to express that. The only thing that doesn't work in the movie is the choice of actors. The members of the FC Barcelona are not known for their performance, and the way they try to act like an ordinary footballers makes them seem a little out of place. But, the most important thing is that this documentary is not an attempt to show us the best football in the world, but it is about the history of soccer in Spain, and how they want to make a better history. The other thing that makes this movie work is the special features. The scenes of the playing of the match are great, and you get the feeling that it is a true representation of a football match, and that everything happens as it should. The weather is not realistic, but we can't blame them. The scenes of the team travel around the World are also very good. You see what the team is like on the road, and how it is important to show the love of the team for the country. It's not a bad documentary, and I would recommend it to everyone who wants to learn about football, and it is a good one for the fans of football. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "Quando Fogo" ("Who Cares")<|endof

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