Marlon E. Fuentes' Bontoc Eulogy is a haunting, personal exploration into the filmmaker's complex relationship with his Filipino heritage as explored through the almost unbelievable story of the 1,100 Filipino tribal natives brought to the U.S. to be a "living exhibit" at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. For those who associate the famous fair with Judy Garland, clanging trolleys, and creampuff victoriana, Bontoc Eulogy offers a disturbing look at the cultural arrogance that went hand-in-hand with the Fair's glorification of progress. The Fair was the site of the world's largest ever "ethnological display rack," in which hundreds of so-called primitive and savage men and women from all over the globe were exhibited in contrast to the achievements of Western civilization.
Michael T (gb) wrote: Best documentary I've seen since Banksy's Exit The Gift Shop.
Ben T (us) wrote: appreciate the effort, fresh, funny and i was seated and entertained right thru till the titles + making... "room-me-aao and charlie anna" rocked with the gang
Barbara s (gb) wrote: the frist was great, this is even be better
Brendan N (us) wrote: Shit movie but disturbingly enjoyable and entertaining
FilmGrinder S (gb) wrote: Had a hard time with this Mavrick release. It's a Beauty and the Beast soap oprea for day time TV. Have to give it up for the make up guy though, the suit looks great.
Robbie N (ca) wrote: All of the characters are exciting and energetic in this movie, where an interesting contrast of main characters and antagonists make it feel unique. Kids will love the silly storyline, but the humor isn't always aimed at them. Monsters vs Aliens is a great movie and a question that is asked by many kids nowadays.
Gladys K (ru) wrote: If you like Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall youll love this movie.
Richard F (mx) wrote: see im not sure why i like it, maybe the whole stop start thing, and the tweaky music. not a bad story to it a suppose, you might find some humour there if you looked hard enough but was good.
nadine s (fr) wrote: I NEVER GET TIRED OF SCOOBY DOO
Brian K (ca) wrote: An odd, overlong, oblique film with more moments of confusion than epiphany.
Sabina B (it) wrote: another zombie movie. I thought this movie was pretty boring..
Anne S (mx) wrote: My love for Joe Flanagan was the only reason I watched this. But it's actually quite good, and had a lot of potential for a series. But if this had been picked up we might never have had the pleasure of watching Joe on Stargate Atlantis. And like many other reviewers before me, I love Joe singing the Scooby Doo theme!!!
Allan C (ca) wrote: Surprisingly good direct-to-video sequel to the excellent Sam Raimi directed superhero film, "Darkman." Arnold Vosloo replaces Liam Neeson as Darkman, but Larry Drake returns as the evil Robert Durant. You may have thought he'd have dies in that helicopter crash and explosion into a concrete wall, but that actually just put him into a coma. When Durant wakes from his slumber he seeks to retake his empire, but he won't do that if Darkman has anything to do with it! Raimi is on hand here as the film's producer and although this film does not have his Raimi's directorial flair, it does seem tonally and stylistically consistent with the original. Vosloo is good, though not as good as Neeson. This sequel also benefits by reusing the original film's musical themes by Danny Elfman for the soundtrack. Overall, this film isn't anything brilliant, but if you enjoyed the first film, you'll be pleasantly surprised by this sequel.
Sunny girl I (de) wrote: It was a good movie, I enjoyed watching it.
Thomas P (us) wrote: It is a bit one dimensional, but nevertheless shot and directed well.
David P (es) wrote: Extremely fond of this Richard Linklater gem. Great performances by all, a terrific opening sequence, and meticulous cinematography. I love a movie that takes place over one night or one day, especially when it is done as well as this. Also delivers one of my favorite morally ambiguous characters of all time in Tim.
Dylan P (kr) wrote: One of my top 3 favourite films of all time, Annie Hall is a work of art from a style that is generally very predictable. But then again it's sinful to call this a romcom. It's a creative, involving, beautiful and connectable study of a doomed relationship. With stellar performances from the entire cast, Annie Hall absolutely deserved to beat Star Wars for Best Picture.
Justice F (gb) wrote: Funny film underrated B+
Karen H (it) wrote: 2016-11-08 lots of plot holes and illogical actions
Takee A (gb) wrote: A great movie...although I liked the book better?? ??????????????