A Lamp in the Dark: The Untold History of the Bible
A Lamp in the Dark is an exciting new documentary that unfolds the fascinating “untold” history of the Bible, revealing critical information often overlooked in modern histories. Throughout the Middle Ages, the Papal Inquisition forbade biblical translation, threatening imprisonment and death to those who disobeyed. Learn the stories of valiant warriors of the faith, such as John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, Martin Luther, the ancient Waldenses, Albigenses and others who hazarded their lives for the sake of sharing the Gospel light with a world drowning in darkness. Once the common people were able to read the Bible, the world was turned upside down through the Protestant Reformation.
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A Lamp in the Dark: The Untold History of the Bible torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Tyler Perry did it again another good movie by far not one of his best movies but definitely worth a watch.
(jp) wrote: One of the best (worst) cheap 80's horror movies.
(jp) wrote: Enjoyable movie and inspiring
(mx) wrote: I really liked this movie. Taylor Swift and Zac Efron had chemistry in this movie. I found my self laughing in parts with Betty White's Norma. I really did not care for the thneed flashback story and that villain was horrible this movie didn't need a North Korea like border I just though it was kind of corny but at the end I watched one of Illumantion's best movies yet
(jp) wrote: Once again Christian Bale is the man BUT I have 2 say all I was interested in throughout the whole film was Mr Bad Man himself Tom Hardy
(gb) wrote: The pinnacle of stupid fun. The plot is...was there one? Something regarding vengeance and standard martial arts stuff. Honestly when it starts going into plot, the movie drags to a halt and becomes profoundly dull. I had virtually no investment in any of the characters and most of the acting is poor at best. When the action starts up though, it's a lot of fun. I loved the unrelentingly R-rated action, and the ridiculous creativity of all of it. Is it a great movie? Hell no, it's hardly even a good one, but it is a lot of fun.
(es) wrote: The tagline for An American Carol goes like this..."WARNING! This movie may be offensive to children, young people, old people, in-the-middle people, some people on the right, all people on the left, terrorists, pacifists, war-mongers, fish mongers, Christians, Jews, Muslims, atheists, agnostics (though you'd have to prove it to them), the ACLU, liberals, conservatives, neo-cons, ex-cons, future cons, Republicans, Democrats, Libertarian, people of color, people of no color, English speakers, English-as-a-second language speakers, non-speakers, men, women, more women, & Ivy League professors. Native Americans should be okay."I've just watched it and.... WOW.... just WOW! What the hell have I just witnessed? An American Carol is a slapstick comedy from David Zucker, the legendary director of Airplane, Top Secret and The Naked Gun. The last decade has not been so good to him and his movies have been terrible. In fact the slapstick style that he helped define has been reduced to crap like Superhero Movie, Epic Movie and other shit-house flicks like that... and so his return with An American Carol is in some ways a return to form. There's a lot of gags and I did find myself laughing aloud at a lot of them... BUT.... BUT... the politics of this movie is so extreme that I felt really uncomfortable watching it. My own personal politics sit comfortably between the fence and slightly to the right but THIS movie is extremely right-winged to say the least. It parodies Michael Moore as a guy who hates America and uses the Christmas Carol set-up to tell it's story. He is visited by three spirits who show him how wonderful America is and that war is good... but I just saw a whole lot of chest beating and arrogance. I tried to keep reminding myself how our television (and films) is riddled with left-wing opinions and a general anti-right sentiment but two wrongs don't make a right and I think that extremities of either side is ugly business. Surprising is the quality of the cast Zucker has pulled together. James Woods, Kelsey Grammar and Jon Voight star (amongst others) and Dennis Hopper offers an amusing yet bemusing performance. When I think of Dennis Hopper I think of that hippy from Easy Rider and Apocalypse Now but I was surprised to read that in his later years he converted to Republican... it's funny how so many old folks do that. The greatest disservice Zucker does to his agenda is to include a seriously unfunny cameo by Bill O'reilly. If there's one thing the world does not need it's more O'reilly air time. He's is not parodied and his ignorant, arrogant and dimwitted garbage is given credence. I can't swallow that! And so I was really torn by An American Carol. It's so disappointing to see great gags and a revived style of comedy being completely shat on by an extreme right-winged sentiment. David Zucker has his opinions and he has a right to make a movie out of them. It's nothing Michael Moore and other filmmakers aren't doing constantly, but this takes it way too far for my liking. Bugger!
(de) wrote: Candy-coated, mean-spirited pool scum with a female antagonist more likeably narcissistic and more engaging than the entire menu of side characters and female love interest combined.
(ca) wrote: Only slightly more interesting than the name and the trailer make seem.
(au) wrote: Hated it!!! Makes sense why since Creator of Blair witch project. Completely stupid! Couldn't pay attention and in fact shut off.
(ca) wrote: It is a movie for fans of punisher max
(kr) wrote: Cloris Leachman is the only watchable thing in this entire film. Everything else is overacted, forced and just painful to watch at times.
(ca) wrote: While it never transcends its roots in David Rabe's play to become a fully rendered cinematic work, "Hurlyburly" nevertheless features great performances by a stellar cast and brilliant writing -- albeit totally artificial, playwright dialogue as opposed to realism.
(ca) wrote: Doesn't seem to have been a big hit...but I liked it. I guess the key was that I didn't know about the original till I had finished watching this one. The direction and cinematography was superb and is a good watch. Will try to watch the original one now but do give this a try and you won't be disappointed .
(ag) wrote: A clever and innovative National Film Board of Canada documentary about Noam Chomsky and his view of corporate media.Its a huge temptation is simply advocate the film because of an attraction or sympathy one has to the subject and subject matter. Indeed, lost in much of the discussion about this movie here is how well put together the film is and how effective it is as a platform for open debate about the media. There is important balance given to the discussion.
(ag) wrote: Say what you will about Rocky 5 but I like it. There are big problems with it but when it comes down to it this Rocky feels more like a Rocky movie than 3 and 4.
(es) wrote: Vastly underrated gem with good early work from both Goldblum and Pfeiffer. The mid-80's L.A. setting adds to the flavor of the piece, not to mention the B.B. King music.
(ru) wrote: Beautiful Clothes *drool*
(br) wrote: True Grit's rating is boosted with John Wayne's presence.
(kr) wrote: Mystery science theater Joe 5000: This movie is a comedy about finding a criminal in Paris. So the whole movie you and the people in the movie, will have to figure who is the criminal. It is somewhat funny. I rate this movie three and half stars out ten.