Benny Bliss and the Disciples of Greatness

Benny Bliss and the Disciples of Greatness

A soulful musician becomes enlightened and embarks on a crusade enlisting a band to spread the "word" through songs in a mission to rid the world of distracting electronic gadgets that are, according to him, stunting human evolution.

A soulful musician becomes enlightened and embarks on a crusade enlisting a band to spread the "word" through songs in a mission to rid the world of distracting electronic gadgets that are, according to him, stunting human evolution. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ian E (br) wrote: "A Cat in Paris" has an impressive animation design which is very artistically drawn and visually inventive which highlights how the film is able to generate suspense and engagement from the audience.

Monalee P (au) wrote: Touching 'father/daughter' connections I'll never know...but the theory is top notch, good writing.

Brendan R (kr) wrote: Not the type of film I normally am interested in, but enjoyable.

Justin B (gb) wrote: Easily one of John Hughes' worst. Forgettable soundtrack and very little that stands out besides the father daughter relationship. But what ultimately torpedoes this movies is Ducky; an irritating, unsympathetic precursor to the modern day hipster.

Dave J (mx) wrote: Al Pacino plays a lawyer, who eventually recognizes hypocrisy within America's justice system.

Scott C (ca) wrote: One of the most absurd pictures ever made. The filmmakers obviously didn't do their homework.

Knox M (gb) wrote: Whilst not as funny or outrageous as The Great Dictator or The Circus, City Lights brilliantly exhibits Chaplin's comedic genius and is a cute romantic comedy.

Patrice T (ca) wrote: This movie was awful. I couldn't even watch the whole thing. It was like spending an evening with a couple who like to have spats and insult each other in front of other people because they think their boring marital problems are so fascinating to other people.

Andrew B (ca) wrote: Trash. I was so excited and never did I ever expect Eli Roth to let me down on what was suppost to be a modern day Cannibal Holocaust. This movie could have been so much more of what everyone was looking for (and a little less bullshit).