Chico Xavier

Chico Xavier

A biography of spiritual medium and author Francisco Candido Xavier.

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Chris S (ag) wrote: I thought the movie had just the right amount of quick humor in it but it felt like the movie's pacing was a bit rushed. What should be an hour 45 minute movie gets crammed down to essentially an hour and 15 minutes.

Jace L (mx) wrote: Although the subject at hand is undoubtedly important, the film is an endless compilation of Lawrence Krauss and Richard Dawkins speeches, the cliche music and sloppily shot footage amounting to something like a bad high school senior slide show. No time is spent getting to know the two principle characters of the film. It is a shame such a bad documentary was made about two brilliant men. In short: poor filmmaking, not to mention the embarrassing interview with Cameron Diaz...

Dave S (ru) wrote: This one is worth checking out for the Mary Walsh scenes alone. Reason #2 - Gordon Pinsent.

Greg T (mx) wrote: Predictable and formulaic, but StreetDance 3D is well acted and quite dramatic at times, and the dance routines are very entertaining.

Greg V (gb) wrote: I liked this movie the first time I saw it when it was called "Shaun of the Dead".

Sara W (ru) wrote: It kind of dragged on. I felt like it could've ended after they jumped into the stream. And then twice more after that. I also found the goofy-ass Looney Toons sound effects to be at odds with the rest of the movie. I understand the need for comic relief, but it wasn't done well enough to work. Certain scenes were way too long.

Burn P (kr) wrote: Can a 12-year old lad who wishes he were a girl navigate the mean streets of Manila? Maxi cooks, cleans, and sews for his father and older brothers who are petty criminals. He's sweet, clever and hardworking, at ease with being gay, pinning a flower in his hair, swinging his hips when he walks, vamping with friends. He's seen adults hug and kiss and he's watched romantic movies, so on the verge of puberty, he develops a crush on Victor, a kindly young cop. Maxi's heart and loyalties are on a collision course: Victor is investigating crimes that lead him to Maxi's family. In the land of the morning, is there a place for this child of the sun returning?

Adam F (au) wrote: "Secret Window" is well acted and there are some genuinely creepy moments but you can tell it's based on a short story because the movie feels padded out.Mort Rainey (Johnny Depp) is a stressed and depressed writer hiding in a secluded cabin to "working" while avoiding his impending divorce. Mort is surprised when John Shooter (John Turturro), a Mississippi dairy farmer suddenly confronts him and accuses him of plagiarism. Mort dismisses the man until it becomes clear that Shooter's threats are genuine.Johnny Depp is convincing as an author who's circling the drain, wasting his time on the couch instead of writing, basically washed up and very bitter about his failed marriage. He makes for an interesting protagonist because just when you think it can't get any worse for him, it does. John Turturro is truly awesome as John Shooter, who comes out of the blue one day with some accusations of plagiarism. He comes off as really creepy when he asks not for money, but for a technical compensation. It's something to do with the story itself. I won't say any more. Turturro looks and sounds threatening in a creepy, offbeat way that gets you hooked.The problem is in the way the characters' reactions are written. Everyone is taking this news of death threats and impending violence like it's accusations of witchcraft. The town sheriff doesn't seem very concerned after things start to escalate, Mort's wife Amy (Maria Bello) doesn't even try to be cautious even when things are clearly spinning out of control. When threatened with death you still never sense that she realizes how dire the situation is. Mort even hires a bodyguard who treats the whole thing like it's a joke. All of these low-key responses take away a lot of the tension. It's too bad because it builds up tremendously whenever Mort and John are on-screen.There are some good parts here and there in "Secret Window". I liked the ending so overall it's an ok thriller. It's not great but worth taking a look to see if it will be your thing. (On Dvd, February 28, 2013)

Andy P (de) wrote: Depictions of such cruel circumstances that befall people naturally have a gloomy, haunting quality but the humanity we are shown is overpowering and in the end we aren't depressed, we are uplifted.

Barney o (es) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: Tonally, few films embody the vision of their respective creators as much as 'Pulp Fiction' does, but this thing just bleeds Tarantino through every single goddamn element. Yes for a start, it's an unsurprisingly bold and self-assured piece of film, but in the same breath it's also a whittingly self-aware one that has an awful lot of fun with itself. That kind of satyrical ego may well be Tarantino's staple, but for me that shines most strongly here as Pulp Fiction establishes its underlying confidence more than most of his other works. That comes from a combination of its genious narrative structure, the confidence of its themes and the work on its characters, but all in all it means that the film is then able to have further fun with itself because the foundations are so well laid. It does this throughout with its genious scenarios and whitt, and the result is a film that will have you grinning from ear-to-ear, yet hooked by the scruff of your neck at the same time.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: That overall confidence may well leave some a little uneasy, and even its greatest admirers can see that the whole thing loves itself just a little too much under the surface.VERDICT: The very embodiment of Tarantino; 'Pulp Fiction' is sheer, unquestioning genious that enjoys taking one step back to mock its own self-confidence, even if that's still in the knowledge that it's very, very good indeed.

Lisa S (kr) wrote: This movie wasn't scary at all, it didn't even creep me out, not even at the end. I found it to be predictable and a lot like some other movies I've seen. It really is a good movie to teach people how not to parent: do not give your kids advice by having them talk to a doll, that just messes them up! I would not wish such unbalanced parents on any kid. Overall, this movie just didn't grab me.

Neva K (au) wrote: Forgot how AWESOME this movie is! If you were any where near the breakin' movement growing up you gotta see this. Yes, it is super cheesy bit the dancing is off the chain! LOL!

Kevin M (nl) wrote: Terrible!! Avoid at all costs!!

Randy T (ag) wrote: George Bernard Shaw once wrote that England and America are two countries separated by a common language. Nowhere is that more apparent than here in How I Won the War. The accents are so thick and the humor so uniquely British that even when I could understand it I couldn't understand it.

Helen V (ag) wrote: Emily loyd is brilliant as the young Cynthia Payne growing up in a suffocating seaside town, with her 'up your bums,' to all the moral hypocrites.

Miguel R (gb) wrote: Too damn long. Spread too thin. Could have been an enjoyable 90 minutes instead of a nearly 3 hour slog.