Brothers in Faith
Priest Marcelo Rossi visits a juvenile correction center, and gives Paulo, one of the interns, a Bible. He starts reading the story of St. Paul.
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Mandeep S (ca) wrote: A totally masala film :)
Thomas B (us) wrote: BBBBBBB flick western of the spaghetti type ,good for rental or movie ChannelNot as bad as everyone say but not great
Isaac C (gb) wrote: Not even Superman can save this film from the shit it's made of
Kaloni J (us) wrote: i ttly love but her and the king should have got married
Jason D (ag) wrote: In Sideshow, five moronic youths attend the local carnival where some of them torment and hassle the carnies, including the creepy Dr. Graves (famous little person Phil Fondacaro), who runs the freak show that displays freaks like Bug Boy, Inside Out Woman, Digestina, and several others they think are fake, but are actually very real and sinister to the kids, who get what's coming to them one by one. As each are turned into freaks, we witness a bevy of bad acting, save for some of the veterans, like Fondacaro, Ross Hagen (The Phantom Empire), Brinke Stevens (Nightmare Sisters), and Peter Spellos (Slumber Party Massacre II), who manage to spice this silly film up a bit. No surprise, this is a Fred Olen Ray picture, who was asked to do this film by the Full Moon folks thanks to his many years of Carny experience...again, no surprise. Bad acting aside, we are still graced with the aforementioned notable genre icons, as well as some pretty fun-to-watch Gabe Bartalos (Brain Damage, Basket Case 1-3) special effects work. That alone was worth the rental of the film. The film also sports of a couple of nice titty shots, and some unintentional comedy that somehow made the film slightly more enjoyably. With Sideshow, I can only hope those renting it aren't complete fucktards and understand what they are getting themselves into. Fred Olen Ray pictures are not meant to stimulate the mind. In fact, they dumb down the mind incredibly, BUT, if you have a thirst for corny, low-budget Full Moon movies, then this one manages to minimally delight that thirst. There are much worse Ray AND Full Moon films out there after all.
Adrian B (nl) wrote: Pressburger and Powells' "49th Parallel" is a pretty ambitious film and one of their early ones for that matter. It is about a bunch of German soldiers who are sent on land from U-Boat in the Hudson Bay (which was bombed by Canadian Air Force planes, killing several soldiers on board) off the coasts of Manitoba and Ontario (I had originally thought that was Newfoundland due to the large hills, and I think that is where it was filmed anyways). On land, they start terrorizing an Indian community, which includes Laurence Olivier in one of the most funniest roles of his career as a French Canadian trapper. This film is very weird one for sure. I have read studied WWII history and I have never heard of any instances where a pack of German soldiers are stranded in Canada and try to get out, through Vancouver in particular. Although, the U-Boats were definately in the Atlantic Ocean, but I am not sure they went as far west as Hudson Bay. It is a bizarre film, but also pretty entertaining and engaging one for that matter and exposes the beautiful scenery of Canada, particularly the Rockies. Pressburger and Powell sure loved taking risks, and like their other films, this one is an original.
Annu R (ca) wrote: I love it.. It's heartwarming
David D (ru) wrote: Good movie. Anyone who says otherwise more than likely gave twilight new moon stupid movies good reveiws.