Baraka

Baraka

This is a paralyzingly beautiful documentary with a global vision: an odyssey through landscape and time, that is an attempt to capture the essence of life.

  • Category:War, Documentary
  • Stars:N/A
  • Uploader:NickDan
  • Country:USA
  • Director:Ron Fricke
  • Writer:Ron Fricke (concept), Mark Magidson (concept), Ron Fricke (scenario), Mark Magidson (scenario), Genevieve Nicholas (treatment), Constantine Nicholas (

The documentary is a collection of expertly photographed scenes shot in 24 countries on six continents over a 14-month period of human life, religion, natural events and technological phenomena. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Baraka torrent reviews

Brittney L (au) wrote: This movie is the worst horror movie I ever seen and I seen a lot of them

WS W (au) wrote: The twin brotherhood Complex revealing on a road trip. French's unique grotesque, romantic, liberal, open-ended plotless prose.

Lanky Man P (au) wrote: This ended up being dumber than I expected. It has some funny quotes though.

Michelle O (jp) wrote: I love this movie alot

Becca A (mx) wrote: Thirty, flirty and thriving.

Jonny B (au) wrote: The social and Holllywood commentary in this film offers more laughs than most comedies provide grotesque ones. Very underrated.

Kristina K (fr) wrote: I'm just gonna go take a shower and try to forget about this exaggerated movie.

Minh V (ag) wrote: flat but works surprisingly well with the gritty and stoic nature of the film.

Ernest E (fr) wrote: Got to have a favoritable rating of it ... I was an extra for it

Eric N (jp) wrote: triumphant sequel. like good sequels all do, this movie benefits from a familiarity with the characters and not doing an origin story, and it's also a fish-out-of-water entry in the series which brings a sense of constant surprise.dark & slow, the dry 2nd act builds to an astonishing double-climax!it's definitely less enjoyable than the 1st movie as it's less pretty on the eyes, but the action is phenomenal again, demanding slow-motion viewing it's so legendary. i pity those who haven't witnessed Jet Li vs Donnie Yen in this movie!

Justin K (es) wrote: A funny movie based on a foreign play. Good story, actors (it was cool to see Little Richard act in a movie), and cinematography. This is also a so 80's movie that it belongs only in that time period. It can still be enjoyed today, however, I can not help but look at this as a parody/documentary on the 80's lifestyle because back then Americans felt they succeeded when they were rich and had a rich lifestyle with the big house, fancy decor, and a maid. And it was interesting to see that get spun out of control when a homeless person comes in and changes all that giving them lessons to learn and eventually he himself learns something too.

Film C (gb) wrote: The movie looks very suitable for the album what the songs mean in this film. The band is popular, the album is popular and the film is not popular enough. I wish this was available on Blu-Ray.

Konrad R (de) wrote: Quite ridiculous idea but if you take it lightly this movie it quite fun!

Walter C (fr) wrote: A scientist finds a way to make his thoughts come alive and then they get out of control, murdering people living around a nuclear powered radar base. It's a fun little B movie with brain creatures sucking the brains out of people. Good times, good times.

Evan S (kr) wrote: Seriously? Wonder how many jiggling boobies there will be in this...

ryan b (es) wrote: An austere piece of film in which the pace of the story coupled with the unwillingness to get inside "young Adam" the character leaves this existential trip a rather anticlimactic and frustrating journey. The acting was superb; Ewan McGregor, Emily Mortimer and Tilda Swinton carry on their faces such weight that at times the undercurrent of the film is as moving as any classic drama. Yet it's acting alone that seperates "Young Adam" from an instantly forgettable to a soporic yet haunting drama.

George P (jp) wrote: A terrible movie, especially in comparison with Undisputed 2 and 3. Don't see it just see the next one.