Cirque du Soleil: Kooza

Cirque du Soleil: Kooza

Cirque du Soleil presents KOOZA, the story of an innocent and charming clown who strives to find his own place in the world. The Innocent's journey introduces him to a panoply of comic ...

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  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English
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Cirque du Soleil: Kooza torrent reviews

Laura M (de) wrote: Pretty standard documentary, nothing to really set it apart from the crowd. I learned quite a bit from it, but I kind of wish there was more to it.

Sandeep H (au) wrote: The sci-fi theme and everything is good, but poor film making is all about this flick. Well, about the movie expected a lot more from Murugadoss. Anyday it will not win over Ghajini (both Tamil & Hindi). The film is not that bad, but only average is what I can say. There were too many flaws in the movie especially the songs delivery, and poor graphics portrayal. Movie could be watchable for Suriya in it. Bodhidharman character was simply superb, and the 6th century location portrayal was also so beautiful. The stunt scene of Bodhidharman was also superb. I really liked the part of Bodhidharman in the movie. But things were not as expected in the next sequences. Initial Suriya - Shruthi combo sequences were good, but as the story progressed, it didn't went good. The villain Dong Lee did his role good. But his hypnotic stunt on the road, really got blown off, the graphics were pathetic in that part, and felt cheesy. And finally climax, was also a big let down.

Bass 9 (it) wrote: You don't see the ending coming in this one.

Greg W (ru) wrote: a 2 yuck fish out of water comedy

Stuart K (gb) wrote: Directed by Chris Smith (The Yes Men (2003), The Pool (2007) and Collapse (2009), this documentary came about after Smith met aspiring independent filmmaker Mark Borchardt, who had aspirations to make an epic horror film in his native Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. This shows just how difficult it is to make a film, and how it's a lot more than just pointing a camera at something and calling action. This tells the story of how small time filmmaker Mark Borchardt made Coven (1997), a 36 minute black and white horror film. Originally, Borchardt had wanted to make a horror epic called Northwestern, but that one proves to be too ambitious. So, using the same money they'd raised for Northwestern, Borchardt decides to make Coven, with help from his senile 82 year old uncle Bill. However, production proves to be difficult with various mishaps and setbacks happening. Mark, a chronic alcoholic, takes to the bottle when shooting gets stressful, but his friend and collaborator Mike Schank, who beat alcoholism, is determined to see Coven through. It's a true underdog story, and it shows that if you fight hard enough, you can get what you want to make made. But, it's a sad fact that independent films are the hardest films to get made in the cutthroat world of filmmaking. But, the fact that Borchardt fought against the odds to get Coven made is inspiring.

Lee E (nl) wrote: Best Native Flick ever

Ed L (kr) wrote: this film is very violent - but also very stylish action spectacle - if u can stand strong violence this will be a great heroic bloodshed film for u. simon yam has given a very great performance here.

Zach M (de) wrote: This was a good action/adventure buddy movie starring Chuck Norris and Louis Gossett Jr. Good supporting cast that the likes of Ian Abercrombie. Good sense of humour to it and lots of action.

Josella C (nl) wrote: I loved this film documentry and it made me love metallica even more. I have watched it countless times! Entertaining/deep/personal/honest. I was suprised how it showed personal moments with James Hetfield's struggles staying with the band, to Lars & Dave Mustaine's reunion. Fan or not, a great one for anybody who has a real love for music and bands!