Budrus

Budrus

Follows a Palestinian leader who unites Fatah, Hamas and Israelis in an unarmed movement to save his village from destruction. Success eludes them until his 15-year-old daughter jumps into the fray.

  • Category:War
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  • Uploader:FapDe
  • Country:USA
  • Director:Julia Bacha
  • Writer:Julia Bacha

Follows a Palestinian leader who unites Fatah, Hamas and Israelis in an unarmed movement to save his village from destruction. Success eludes them until his 15-year-old daughter jumps into the fray. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jessica H (mx) wrote: An Interesting concept, that could have been improved upon,but we've seen this trick before. we know where this story is going and how it ends. Next time how about a little more of everything and less dizzy mess.

Roberto A (ru) wrote: Life Lessons (Scorcese) *** - wonderful soundtrackLife without Zoe (Copolla) **1/2 - boring luxuriousOedipus Wrecks (Allen) **** The king

Graham S (fr) wrote: One of my least favorite Eastwood films. I dont understand why he has to go to all of these whores and what his deal is. Some weird plot ideas and a decent attempt at another decent cop movie.

Millo T (ru) wrote: Great soundtrack and great butt from Bardot, but apart from that, nothing else to add. I could not go further than half of the film. Did I tell you I hate nouvelle vague and consider it a fake?

Christopher S (nl) wrote: Very entertaining classic horror melodrama from director Robert Florey features another great tortured performance from Peter Lorre. Florey evokes some extraordinary gothic atmosphere with great black and white cinematography and period production design, and the original story (reportedly conceived by an uncredited Luis Bunuel) is sharply scripted by Curt Siodmak with a prevailing sense of absurdist wit. A must for classic horror fans.

Hannah D (us) wrote: Madeline: "The best part it always just before you taste it, but that can't go on forever."Funny little movie, not really sure why it has the attention it does but it does capture the awkwardness of youth. From the opening I was ready for another Porkies type movie but the movie is quick to undercut and show awkwardness and immaturity. More nuance that just nostalgia or idealization of so many teen comedies.

Jacob G (ru) wrote: Ravenous is a movie at odds with its premise. On the one hand we've got an effective horror concept (hint: it's cannibalism), with an effective horror villain, and a relatively effective protagonist to root for. So it's befuddling that the director chose to jeopardize that goodness by dampening the atmosphere with misplaced attempts at humor. From the whimsical music during an intense (well, should have been intense) chase scene to visual gags where you can feel the director slyly winking at the audience, telling them it's ok to laugh at the violence. This reminder that the director wants us to take everything lightheartedly isn't constant enough to make Ravenous a comedy, but not infrequent enough to keep it from being a pesky constant throughout. You almost get submerged in the actual plot, and then WHAP, you feel the director telling you to experience the movie in a funny, lighthearted way.

Raji K (ru) wrote: Van Damme plays Max Walker, a Time cop agent who is tasked with making sure those who travel back in time do not effect the future. Through corruption in his own agency and government he is tasked with quite a chore. Timecop may not be a masterpiece, but it is an enjoyable action film with time travel and features some pretty cool deaths. Its disappointing that more time periods were not used, but overall its a solid enough movie for its time.

Rob K (it) wrote: Although the pace is a bit slow, it's still interesting enough to keep you from shutting it off. Scott Adkins gives an above average performance and Jean-Claude Van Damme shows he's still got it, even if he isn't quite as nimble as he used to be. The fight scenes are rather good, although no new ground is broken in that regard.