In the State of Bahia, Brazil, an educated black man returns to his home fishing village to try and free people from mysticism, in particular the Candomblé religion, which he considers a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In the State of Bahia, Brazil, an educated black man returns to his home fishing village to try and free people from mysticism, in particular the Candomblé religion, which he considers a ...
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Kishanth J (gb) wrote: This film was awesome!
Vitor R (ca) wrote: No mesmo estilo que A Vida Bela e O Menino do Pijama Listrado... Temos que agradecer todo dia por no termos vivido naquela poca...
Joel M (ca) wrote: I totally fell in love with this movies poster while working at an art house theatre. Movie didn't live up to it for me. The war story threads were good, the mental patient story threads were too much of their daily lives, very boring.
Stella A (kr) wrote: why do all scandinavian movies have a bad end? and why are bad ending movies always the best??
Naughtia N (ru) wrote: This movie is hilarious. I haven't seen the original movie but I really liked this one, mostly because of Jean Reno and Christina Applegate. The storyline is great and many scenes are absolutely hilarious. I can imagine why people dislike this movie because it is not supposed to be taken quite seriously, it is indeed very silly. I will always love movies about time travel.
Chris H (nl) wrote: An intriguing noir film that is held together by solid performances from Denzel Washington and Don Cheadle.
Wayne K (jp) wrote: Days Of Heaven, a.k.a., Wheat Fields: The Movie, is an absolutely gorgeous film, with stunning lighting, gigantic skies and countless scenes of authentically dressed extras milling about in the Texas countryside. Terrence Malick movies get plenty of praise for their visuals, but also receive a near-equal amount of exasperation for their unfocused narrations and air of pretention. This is very evident here, as a film that's only an hour and a half is made to feel twice that length with so much scenery, so much dull dialogue, and so much focus on large groups of people doing nothing of interest. As with his debut feature Badlands, we aren't allowed to learn about what the characters are feelings or what they want by hearing them interact with each other, but instead we get everything through an omniscient and increasingly irritating narration, which always feels to me like a cheap emotional shortcut. Aside from the visuals, there's nothing in Days Of Heaven that is worth the hype it constantly receives.
Benjamin F (nl) wrote: What an unintelligent movie. PS: Spank those kids lady!
Jay S (it) wrote: Only marginally better than the OTHER movie about going to Mars, "Red Planet." Seriously, this movie was clearly just a film with the agenda to push the lie of evolution, human transcendence, and panspermia. Rubbish. Newsflash, people: life on earth being seeded by aliens doesn't rebut the debate about God, but merely pushes back the question as to where life came from. Richard Dawkins learned that the hard way while being interviewed by Ben Stein... Not only that, but all of it looked so polished - sets, props, actors' makeup and wardrobe... I was reminded of an NBC mini-series, and that hurt any attempt to come off realistic.
Brad S (fr) wrote: What a perfect movie to watch at the close of 2016's politically divisive craziness.
Jennette B (ca) wrote: Found it to be dumb with poor acting.