7 Faces of Dr. Lao

7 Faces of Dr. Lao

An old Chinese man rides into the town of Abalone, Arizona and changes it forever, as the citizens see themselves reflected in the mirror of Lao's mysterious circus of mythical beasts.

A mysterious circus comes to a western town bearing wonders and characters that entertain the inhabitants and teach valuable lessons. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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7 Faces of Dr. Lao torrent reviews

Jonathan V (jp) wrote: Great movie. Meryl Streep is Briliant!

Cndido N (gb) wrote: Beautiful movie!! Tadanobu Asano is the best modern actor from Asian cinema!

Misha M (ru) wrote: Frankly, this avoids the part where David goes thru the mountains and gets captured by slaves, only to free out with a help of a dog. Not only that, it also avoids the parts where he gets past border sicurity, and it completley ruins the ending, because in the end, David knocks weakly on a door, only to find his mother. Film version: "OK, LETS SKIP TEH PART WHERE ITS BORING" . The film would have had a higher rating if it wasen't for the skipping. This is a disgrace to the book, which in my opinion is FANTASTIC

Dan F (it) wrote: You get exactly what you'd expect... A pile of pants.

jen m (ru) wrote: based on shakespeare's othello, directed by tim blake nelson.

Lisa Michelle A (nl) wrote: I love it when they get to Paris as from then on it's so funny!! They find boyfriends, have fun and make Paris a better place!!! Adorable film!

David L (it) wrote: one of my favourite movies!

Joey T (mx) wrote: Pretty good zombie flick. Good character development but it's a little slow at the start.

Kleine Y (es) wrote: Well, I watched it quite long ago, but I can still remember why I enjoyed it. It's about Beatlemania. Quite funny in a kind of old-fashioned way, afterall it was filmed in the late 70s. I enjoyed the way, though. :p

Brett B (br) wrote: A deeply challenging and provocative film, THE RAPTURE isn't really successful as a complete movie, but I give it credit for what it's trying to do. The film is basically a platform for some heady theological discussion/debate, and on that level it works quite well. There is some really intelligent writing in here, and the conflicts that rise up as a consequence of the characters' beliefs (or non-beliefs) are quite compelling. As the lead - a hugely flawed character, to say the very least - Mimi Rogers is excellent; it's a complex performance, and she gets to play all kinds of moods and emotions as her character goes from non-believer to believer (and then seemingly back-and-forth). The movie's big negative (and it is a big one) is that it utilizes a dramatic structure that feels very strange; though this helps give the movie an off-kilter kind of vibe, it doesn't make for the most satisfying of experiences - this is sort of embodied by the ending, which makes literal some ideas that might have been better left up to audience interpretation.

Michael T (gb) wrote: Walt Disney animated masterpiece deals with many mature themes including courtship and death; a delight from beginning to end. "Love Is A Song" was nominated for an Oscar.

Joe L (es) wrote: a great movie from 1936 about a bored, rich, retired couple who, through mutual respect, forge a shaky agreement to see other people. the film is as amazingly truthful about the psychology of a couple who might make that decision, as it is about how they react to each others action's based on the agreement. in the end, the film is a testament to love, and the shocking possibility that it can be transferred from one person to another.

James H (ag) wrote: Happy Gilmore pleasantly surprised me. It was a funny, enjoyable comedy with good, although over the top, performances. There are morals in it though, it promotes themes of loyalty, coping with loss and doing the right thing. I love Carl Weathers character but having said that I like all of the main cast and the cameos are funny as well.

Alexander C (gb) wrote: Would like to see sometime!

Ben W (us) wrote: but then again I love these kinds of films.