A Dinner with Alex Jones

A Dinner with Alex Jones

Alex Jones, former Pentecostal minister, answers questions over a five course dinner about his decision to become Catholic.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:catholicism,  

Alex Jones, former Pentecostal minister, answers questions over a five course dinner about his decision to become Catholic. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Dinner with Alex Jones torrent reviews

Alfin N (ag) wrote: Rest in peace, Michael Clarke Duncan!

Thomas N (kr) wrote: Blech. Lots of footage from different shows that can stand on their own, but by stringing them together with a flimsy storyline and it's a showstopping mess-terpiece.

Moya W (br) wrote: The storyline of Trucker was remarkable. It had depth and sorrows and touched you so deeply that your whole heart started to tingle by the thought of it. A storyline like this can't possibly fail was my first thought, but I was wrong. Trucker had a lack of incredible acting abilities, and without any good acting the movie just isn't worth it. Without any good acting it feels fake, as if the manuscript is in the actors' hands and they're just reading from it. The movie is so sad and deep that you need the tears and the feeling of sadness for it to be any good and a lot of it just felt fake. The movie was also a bit slow and nothing much happened and when things all of a sudden started to happen and things started to progress, it was all of a sudden the end. And the only feeling you have left is emptiness, the emptiness of your heart because it has left you with disappointment...

Corey P (gb) wrote: The movie's opening scene is good but then it starts to drag on. The story isn't even all that great; Leonardo Di Caprio wants to kill the Butcher the whole damn movie but yet doesn't make a fucking move. Then in a scene where The Butcher stabs a guy's hand with a knife and the guy makes a horrendous sound as if he's farting or moaning like a fucking baby I don't fucking know. But this movie pissed me off worst movie I've seen by Martin Scorsese so far. This movie gets capitalized for the high hopes I had on it.

Daniel S (ag) wrote: while not lol funny, this is a very well done comedy, its well written and well acted by all the actors in it, even if i wasnt laughing out loud, i just really enjoyed it and appreciated all the different characters and where the plot kept developing, david o russell is definitely a talented guy and proves he can work in varied genres

Charles M (de) wrote: The performance are great by everyone except for Matt Damon who doesn't have the talent to keep up with Gene Hackman, Jason Patric, Robert Duvall and Wes Studi. Interesting story of Geronimo.

Connor B (nl) wrote: A tad more tolerable than Superman III at first, but like the latter film, left me feeling incensed afterwards; not because of how silly it was intentionally, but because of how noble the film clearly wanted to be, but was degenerated by its stupid special effects, silly storyline, implausible creation of its main villain, and feeling of incompleteness.

Emily T (ag) wrote: This movie needs more publicity. I cannot believe how amazing it was.

Chip H (au) wrote: This is really a great movie and pretty damn funny too!

Jason K (mx) wrote: Very different and unique. didnt follow the storyline entirely nor did i connect with the characters or really understand the premise but was still entertained and thought that it was original and thought provoking. kudos weird movie.

M C (au) wrote: The Possession ends up as silly entertainment, not the scary horror film it wants to be. 41/100

Alex S (ag) wrote: Looks like a TV movie made for one of the religious channels: bad acting, predictable plot, poor action and lot of preaching.

Scott C (ag) wrote: A jaw droppingly crazy film. Apparently over 70 crew members were seriously injured during the making of this - making it "the most dangerous film ever made". While it's amazing to watch, as a sort of "stunt movie", the story is brain numbingly stupid.