In the 17th century a Jesuit priest and a young companion are escorted through the wilderness of Quebec by Algonquin Indians to find a distant mission in the dead of winter. The Jesuit experiences a spiritual journey while his young companion falls in love with the Algonquin chief's beautiful daughter underneath the imposing and magnificent mountains. Dread and death follows them upriver.
- Stars:Lothaire Bluteau, Aden Young, Sandrine Holt, August Schellenberg, Tantoo Cardinal, Billy Two Rivers, Lawrence Bayne, Harrison Liu, Wesley Côté, Frank Wilson, François Tassé, Jean Brousseau, Yvan Labelle, Raoul Trujillo, James Bobbish,
- Country:Canada, Australia, USA
- Director:Bruce Beresford,
- Writer:Brian Moore (screenplay), Brian Moore (novel)
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Black Robe torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Abundance of cheese in this movie, bitter disappointing
(it) wrote: Populaire may appear light, frothy, even candy-coated; but at its core it's a smart, confident period comedy of manners which transcends the "rom-com" label and instead successfully demonstrates a deeper understanding of what it means to truly love and to be loved - whether by family, friends or a lover. Those who feel this movie lacks substance would be advised to watch it again and follow the growth of Romain Duris' character. Just because a movie and its actors can laugh at themselves doesn't mean they don't have something deeper to say as well.
(fr) wrote: Es de extraar que con la sordidez con la que Almodavar trata su cine pocas veces a tratado de lanzarse a hacer cine de gnero. Podra habra ser nuestro Polanski patrio, y si hay algo que lo demuestra es La Piel que habito. Una obra dura y sin tapujos, con el marcado sello de la casa (un poco esperable del manchego), y que aunque pierde oportunidad de ofrecernos algunos elementos argumentales bastante interesantes, es una cinta como pocas se pueden ver en nuestro cine.Y como siempre su direccin y realizacin es mucho ms que correcta.Una de las mejores pelculas espaolas de los ltimos aos sin duda.
(de) wrote: Pretty killer thriller
(de) wrote: Just don't understand at all how this movie got a bad rating from rotten tomatoes, the story line is amazing and the most action drama film packed as you can get. You are right on Scott Green.
(nl) wrote: Forget reality television, this is a reality movie. So taking it back to the 80's, this is a documentary showcasing two promising high school basketball players, Arthur Agee and William Gates. They both come from impoverished backgrounds where there is struggle a plenty off the court. Can they rise up, overcome and take their games to the next level? This is another film that is featured on the 1,001 Movies You Must See Before You Die list, but the thing that really caught my eye about this is that Roger Ebert has been quoted as saying that this is his favorite film released in the 1990's, which is certainly high praise, given the thousands of movies the man watched throughout his illustrious career. And the movie is really solid, too, but I wasn't expecting anything different from a movie that got paid such a hefty compliment. One thing you may not know about me is that I'm actually a huge fan of the NBA and of basketball in general. I have always had a love for the sport, and can always watch a game and get really into it, regardless if it is high school, college, or professional. If you are going to watch this, the one thing that you have to keep in mind about the NBA is that while it glamorous, there is only about 450 open spots in the league, averaging about 14 - 15 spots per roster per 30 teams. This means that when you watch Hoop Dreams, you are getting what is undoubtedly an inspiring underdog story, but if you have a foot in the realm of realism, you know that the likelihood that these two get to go pro is astronomical, even given how talented they both are. This is a raw and emotional documentary that is easy to get into. You get invested in it, and you want to see nothing but good things for these kids, especially given their backgrounds. It's almost 3 hours long, but it moves as fast as can be, showing years of their lives in a very abbreviated form (they apparently shot over 250 hours of footage over 5 years). Even if you tether the expectations of their dreams, simply getting into college would be a triumph, so you always have something to root for. Hoop Dreams is a wonderful documentary, is accessible at every moment, and is absolutely something that you should take the time to view.
(mx) wrote: My first encounter with Zhang Yimou and it left a lasting impression. A must see for sure.
(ru) wrote: This wicked comedy gives bad taste a good name.
(it) wrote: My Favourite!!!! I can't find it on DVD though!!! How sad??
(us) wrote: 'Is She or isn't she?; This Stars Dennis Hopper and was directed by Curtis Harrington who brought us 'Picnic'. The film is B&W and the cinematography is so cool. THe film reminds me of a Fellini film. I kept wondering what Fellini would do with this! Very few directors can get this close to him and pull it off. Dennis Hopper is, well, Dennis Hopper but he brings a certain innocence to this story that you don't often see in his films. It's worth watching if you can find it!
(ru) wrote: BLAHHHHH MUSHY LOOKIN. D:
(ca) wrote: Tron is brilliant beyond its time, proving that brilliance is usually appreciated... later
(us) wrote: Good production and effects but bad teenage jokes made me feel creeped out quite a bit in this film. I still give it a three for the entertainement and Nathalie and Zo that are a bit dirty though. But so beautiful. I don't know why, but this seems to have homersexuality plastered all over, adding the creepiness. Bleh.
(de) wrote: Gotta Love a Bad Ass Assain Femme Fetal that does bad so good you'll NEVER forget her, there are scenes in here that will stay with you always,Wow,Cold Blooded