A Question of Origins
Understanding mankind's true origin is essential in determining one's final destiny. This visually rich, full production presents conclusive evidence that the universe and all life were created. In addition, scientific foreknowledge found only in the Bible reveals that the God of the Bible is the Creator. A Question of Origins is essential viewing for anyone who has questions or doubts concerning the scientific accuracy of the Word of God. A great witnessing tool intended for our current generation.
- Stars:Roger Oakland, Dan Sheedy, Mark Eastman, Duane Gish, John Morris, Gary Parker, Malcolm Bowden, Chuck Missler, Richard Milton, Chuck Smith Sr., Dave Hunt,
- Director:Jim Tetlow,
Chemists, biologists, physicists, astronomers and geologists discuss the weaknesses of the theories of evolution and the Big Bang, as well as the strengths of the case for intelligent design and the accuracy of the Bible. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Question of Origins torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Interesting "Day in the Life" with a good cast. Believable.
(br) wrote: A good movie with great action and acting
(jp) wrote: such a bad movie,and treach acting...makes you cry
(es) wrote: Awesome! TO infinty and beyond!
(nl) wrote: Cute and funny. And, you know, it's good to have a movie with the whole "religion-tolerant" thing. That's always nice.
(gb) wrote: So-so. Some cheap laughs here and there, not recommended.
(br) wrote: my all times favourite film! GENIOUS!!!
(de) wrote: Some of the events don't make sense in this movie, but it's Harrison Ford, so it's okay.
(ca) wrote: My issues are the plot got stupider and stupider as it went along. Also there were a couple of funny scene's, but the majority of the movie was not that funny. On a good note, this movie has a great cast. Also the plot and story is somewhat interesting.
(gb) wrote: Blind Fury is riddled with plot holes and inconsistencies and suffers from a cheesy 80's score, poor writing, and uninspired action scenes. The film really suffers from mediocrity and just feels like a pathetic cash-in towards the fame of the legendary Zatoichi film series instead of a loving homage/remake. Although, Rutger Hauer is a treat to watch as the badass swordsman.
(mx) wrote: Low budget noir gem Murder by Contract is about a young man named Claude who decides to become a contractor. He works his way up the chain, until he must eliminate a high profile target. After stalling for a bit with his two baby-sitters, he then realizes he might not be able to pull it off because the target is a woman. It starts off slow, but this noir thriller has plenty of excellent cinematography and dialogue. The plot gets a bit convenient at the end, with the woman and the Hays code, but I feel this noir film is pretty solid for what it is.
(ca) wrote: Great comedy romp with the pair of idiots giggling their way through the navy...Saturday mornings were never the same without them.
(br) wrote: Honestly one of the most beautiful movies I've ever seen. For me personally, Edward was an extremely relatable character, he just wants to fit in and people won't accept him for who he is. This movie was incredible and I will praise it until my last breath.
(fr) wrote: Not as gritty a western as I was lead to believe, but quite a damn fine movie nonetheless. Fantastic characterisations and charisma between a stellar cast. This is one of the greats.
(ru) wrote: This started off sort of interesting,and then it wasn't.