Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Werner Herzog gains exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of Southern France, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting.

In this documentary, filmmaker Werner Herzog and a small crew are given a rare chance to film inside France's Chauvet Cave, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Christopher E (ru) wrote: One of the worst films I have ever seen. Everything from the acting and plot to the CGI was bad. The only film I have watched where I felt genuine embarrassment whilst watching. I've watched a few Asylum movies, and all the ones I've seen have been "so bad they're funny", which made them somewhat tolerable. This film, however, tried too hard to be serious, when it would have been better off as a campy monster movie parody.

Eli D (us) wrote: Inception exceeds the limit to how original and entertaining a film can be.

Andrea Cecilia M (ag) wrote: Johnny: Do you know what they say in Italy? Johnny: 'Ti Amo' Matty: D'you know what they say in Ledeberg? Matty: 'Kus mijn kloot"!

Hannah M (ca) wrote: What the hell? I really don't like how their cover picture and slogan exactly the same as The Breakfast Club's? I love The Breakfast Club, so I can't watch this if it's copied it. It will just annoy me. Be original, Jesus.

Kate H (fr) wrote: romance, comedy and action nicely bundled into a movie. it didn't feel overdone or underwhelming. it wasn't forced and there wasn't some convoluted, half baked plot. I liked it. this is probably one of my "go-to" movies if u see it on cable.

Rayane E (ag) wrote: One of the best romantic-comedy I ever watched

Lewis R (nl) wrote: Phenomenally cynical and clever

Grant J (nl) wrote: This is such an underrated classic. If you have any interest in film, it is a must see.

Vincent B (nl) wrote: completely insane. It was hugely entertaining and had a good storyline, though it was not smart enoug to call itself a satire, which it seems to be called oftenly. My fave thing about it was Ken Russell's directing. His use of colors was awesome, as we come to expect, and the insane parts of the script were even more so because of his camera placement and movements. I was surprised at how well he composes shots. The acting was over the top when needed, and sad/good when needed as well. The comedy while watching the film was bizarre, but when talking about it I laugh out loud. Perkins and Turner were really good, but everyone else had very questionable moments. Some of the dialogue was also really cheesy, though it fit sometimes, other times it was just bad. An entertaining and crazy film that just isnt as smart as it wants to be.

roger t (mx) wrote: Really good noir with standout performances, camera angles and a great script. Recommended.

Jim H (gb) wrote: The documentary profiles Robert Crumb, a cartoonist with a fucked up family and a perverse artistic sensibility.A film with depth and probing intellect, Crumb is occasionally uncomfortable and devilishly funny. Its subject is unabashed in his perversion, but the film's real strength is its ability to look beyond the surface of things and give its audience a glimpse into the source of Crumb's disquietude. Overall, more about the man than his art, Crumb is an interesting profile.

Russ B (es) wrote: 4/5/2015: It was an ok thriller.

Toni H (jp) wrote: I have seen every John Wayne Movie just about!