Ancient Aliens Debunked
Ancient Aliens Debunked is a 3 hour refutation of the theories proposed on the History Channel series Ancient Aliens. It is essentially a point by point critique of the "ancient astronaut theory" which has been proposed by people like Erich von Däniken and Zecharia Sitchin as well as many others. The film covers topics like: Ancient building sites: Puma Punku, The Pyramids, Baalbek, Incan sites, And Easter Island. Ancient artifacts: Pacal's rocket, the Nazca lines, the Tolima "fighter jets", the Egyptian "light bulb", Ufo's in ancient art, and the crystal skulls. Ancient text issues: Ezekiel's wheel, Ancient nuclear warfare, Vimana's, the Anunnaki, and the Nephilim.
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(us) wrote: when it comes to this kinda movie greg is the man... this one's more of a sweet story... and as always his cast r good as expected...
(fr) wrote: A bond film that lives up to expectations - a rare thing. As good as Casino Royale marginally better than Spectre. Let's try to forget Q of S.
(jp) wrote: Its funny and beautiful
(br) wrote: It was alright, but tried too hard for the emotions. It was no 'Remember the Titans'.
(es) wrote: Beautiful film. It's the Asian Version of Dangerous liaison or Cruel Intentions. I can't stand it when 2 Asians have sex, it's weird for me.
(de) wrote: Disturbing and creepy. Reminds me of a low budget NATURAL BORN KILLERS.
(gb) wrote: 'Another Woman' made ten years later, shares similar themes with 'Interiors' but it is more akin to Bergman's "Wild Strawberries" than to "Cries and Whispers." It is a story of a university professor, played spectacularly by Gena Rowlands, in whom something stirs when she overhears a therapy session with a young 30-something woman who is discontent with her life. The professor, Marion, feels an emptiness rise inside her - an emptiness that had settled there years before, that she can consciously feel now. Little by little, like in "Interiors," the world she has constructed for herself, a cold, cerebral world, deconstructs... Makes Us Reflect On The Choices We Make In Life--On turning 50, Marion Post looks back on her life to find it's not quite what she had thought it was... First-rate, intense character study-An Intellectual "Horror" Movie!!
(fr) wrote: Stroker Ace needed to start stroking himself after Loni Anderson sent his ass packing.
(es) wrote: Excellent movie. This movie set the standard for every rom com out there today, and is actually very funny, sweet, and is led by great performances from its leads.
(us) wrote: Hepburn truly shines as the strong-minded, yet stunningly gorgeous and deeply vulnerable middle-class Secretary Jane Hudson in what has been the long-awaited holiday of a lifetime. Hepburn in her sixth Oscar-nominated performance as the strong-minding and "independent" Ms Hudson finally learns why so many have fallen in love in - and with - the most romantic city in the world. Shot and recorded in beautiful Venice, this picture serves more than just a tender love story, it serves as a message for the immense possibilities and pleasures of a journey given that we work hard for it.It was a joy to see Hepburn's talents turn to romantic comedies than the usual unapproachable, cold and stern women we have seen in the pictures like Morning Glory (1933) and The Philadelphia Story (1941). Hepburn's cheeky catching on of the Italian language adds to what really is this special little picture - a touch of class and innocent love in a completely different world.In what appears to be the holiday break from hell, Hepburn's character befriends a charming homeless Italian boy who takes her across Venice to all the sites she wants to see before meeting and falling in love with the equally-as-charming and the terribly handsome Mr de Rossi. de Rossi appears to inject a different side that we typically see the great Katherine Hepburn; an innocent and free-spirited woman who simply just wants to live the memories in what is and has been a terrific holiday. The premise that the two can never be mirrors the impossibilities that were simply impractical given the time of filming, and what we should do now as modern audiences is to relinquish these beliefs and open our minds to a love that can happen between anyone - regardless of color, nationality or anything else. As the credits came in, I thought: "What was actually the climax of this film?" Is the climax when she learns of Mr de Rossi's secret life or the fact that she really has loved Venice? Or is it the train separating them further as de Rossi waves goodbye his American sweetheart. But, really, it doesn't matter - the whole point of the movie is to tell how love can happen in the most peculiar and random of places. All in all, a deeply touching picture that will leave one yearning for such a spontaneous romance to unexpectedly walk into their lives and a picture modern Hollywood should make note of. We certainly don't see movies like this anymore and it's a damn shame.
(kr) wrote: This is a pretty crappy movie and thats all it boils down too. Dolph Lundgren is one of the worst actors next to Chuck Norris and Steven Seagal and it really shows in this one.
(de) wrote: Good movie. Funny, entertaining, with great performances from its cast, especially Voight and Lester.