A powerful, eye-opening documentary that focuses on the great controversy that began when Lucifer rebelled in heaven. It traces the transformation of a perfect angel into Satan, the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cosmic Conflict: The Origin of Evil
A powerful, eye-opening documentary that focuses on the great controversy that began when Lucifer rebelled in heaven. It traces the transformation of a perfect angel into Satan, the ...
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inka s (ru) wrote: Like Someone in Love follows the story of Akiko, a cute, seemingly innocent student who doubles as a call girl. The directing seemed deliberately opaque: a lot of times we just heard voices from outside the frame, other times we saw a fight happening from afar. It made an apt metaphor, really, because likewise we'd never know the whole story of Akiko's life. Yes, her current client, the elderly Takashi, just wanted someone to talk to but who knows what other kinds of work Akiko had to do for her other clients? What kind of lies she had to tell to her boyfriend and her grandmother? Who knows what happened in the end after the glass shattered? Basically, this movie is the quite side of Akiko's life--a calm eye inside a storm, if you will. Unfortunately, sometimes the directing feels a little bit cold-handed for my taste (although an early scene in the car is one of the most heartwrenching scene I've ever seen). Kiarostami told the story with such a quite and distant voice that sometimes it feels like seeing things behind a veil. He seemed to be fond of stretching our heartbeats, and it worked unnervingly well for some scenes and was frustrating on some others.
Nelson B (kr) wrote: Grade: A+Rating: 10/10
Kai W (us) wrote: On the surface this one's so funny, but the laughing doesn't do away with the discomfort coming from underneath: All the dirtiest, nastiest, most disgusting sides of human behavior are exhibited here. On the whole, you'll get a picture as contradictory as life itself!
Tanaya B (ag) wrote: Amazing documentary. An emotional testament to the power of survival. The first hand accounts were deeply moving.
Aidan H (it) wrote: Not terrible but not great.
Samson D (ag) wrote: State of Grace had the miserable misfortune of being released the same week as Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas. Goodfellas is a better film, and obviously Scorsese is a much better director than Phil Joanou, however, State of Grace is one hell of a gangster film. It's directed with extreme style and flair, with an urban noir atmosphere that is absolutely flawless. The story line is good, but it's a little derivative and certainly nothing we've never seen before. However, the film is astonishing because of Joanou's stylish touch, but more importantly by a slew of great performances by a fucking DREAM cast. Sean Penn, as the tortured undercover cop, spills his demons all over the screen in every scene. Gary Oldman, who is probably the greatest british film actor the world had seen in a long time at this point, delivers a manic performance full of insane humor and psychopathic violence. Ed Harris is icily menacing as the head of the Irish gang, and perfectly plays the reserved opposite of Gray Oldman's explosive energy. Three great leads, and already a pretty damn great cast, is augmented by three wonderful supporting performances from John Turturro, John C. Reilly and Robin Wright. Robin Wright provides the only female voice that a film like this needs, playing Penn's love interest. I've also always thought John C Reilly was a wonderful actor, and he plays the loyal, naive, amateurish dreamer chracter that he would perfect in the latter half of the decade in starring and supporting roles in PT Anderson's near-perfect run of first three films (Hard Eight, Boogie Nights, Magnolia). Overall, State of Grace (a crime-thriller about a mole in the Irish mob) transcends it's potentially familiar roots with powerfully stylish direction, some gorgeous cinematography, and an absolutely to-die for cast who all deliver great performances. Also, I loved the ambiguous ending.
Francisco Q (ru) wrote: Richard Marquand may had not made a movie as good as Irvin Kershner or George Lucas, but "Return of the Jedi" was anyway an excellent end for the trilogy. Every character arc is completed and it's very well done. It isn't perfect, maybe the Ewoks had too much time in the story and the tribe scene wasn't necessary. With another adjustments in the script we could have here a perfect third installment, but it isn't disappointing.
Sean B (es) wrote: This is a b-movie with a capital B, but i found myself able to watch it. I thought this movie was different in that the monster got a heck of a lot of screen time, and was even shown right away, as the title and opening credits appeared on the screen. While the rubber suit complete with flopping tentacles, looked as ridiculous as a monster in a Godzilla movie, i liked the costume design and thought it looked pretty monstrous in a b-movie sort of way. It reminded me of a comic book story titled "A Monster Among Us" that i fondly remember from my childhood during the 1970's. I think it would have been more effective if the monster had been shown at night with limited exposure on camera. If that was done, the movie might have "grabbed" me a little more. Still, it made me "stick" around 'till the end, so i guess it didn't totally "suck" (puns intended :o).
A A (jp) wrote: Good film, up to the usual standard in this series.
Alasdair B (jp) wrote: "Driving Miss Daisy" is a classic film directed by Bruce Beresford. The cast is lead by Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy. The film takes place in a time when African American's were still unfairly treated. Despite the law, the blacks were not allowed to vote, and many of them were looked down upon by many whites. Daisy Werthan (Tandy) is an old Jewish women living during this time. One morning, Miss Daisy backed her car too far back, revoking her drivers license. Her son, wishing the best for her, hires a gentlemen to drive her wherever she desired. Hoke Colburn (Freeman) gladly excepts the offer. Miss Daisy however, does not take kindly to him at first, but over time, a meaningful friendship is developed.In this classic film, Morgan Freeman gives possibly the best performance of his career. His character is witty and charming, and Freeman shines in the role. Next to him is Jessica Tandy, who also gives a remarkable performance. Ultimately, the films strength comes from these two characters. As previously stated, this was a time when African American's were still viewed as lower than white men and women. This film breaks down that boundary, resulting in a heartwarming film that touches the soul."Driving Miss Daisy" is a wonderful film from start to finish. Morgan Freeman is fantastic as Mr. Hoke, giving possibly his best performance in a film. The script, story, and characters are wonderful, funny, and charming. This is a film that everyone should watch. It's an important story, full of emotion and humor. One could say it's a masterpiece, and i think you'd be right. It is a classic masterpiece, and it deserved every award it got.
Robert G (us) wrote: This is a really hard movie to review. The whole idea of the Grindhouse movies was to replicate some of the old goofy horror movies in the 70s. They accomplish that, but as far as from what I would call a traditional "good" movie, this is not. But all the same I really enjoyed it. The dialogue is a bit cheesy and the movie story itself is kinda stupid. To me anyway, but that is why I have difficulty here, I am not a fan of excessive gore ore horror. That is why this is a hard movie to review, it is supposed to be that way. Both of these movies are the brain child of best friends Tarantino and Rodriguez. They are very unique and in my book must see movies. Personally I like the other Grindhouse movie better, Tarantino's Death Proof probably mainly because there is less gore. Plenty of gore still and I feel it has better character development.
Chad D (nl) wrote: Incredibly awful, Rollerball provides almost no entertainment value. Rollerball removes all depth and political satire from its original, making for a stupid action film with absolutely disgusting acting. Rollerball also provides some extremely poor directorial decisions. I mean...does anyone EVER want to watch an entire scene shot in NIGHT VISION? no.....no they don't.
Mohammed A (ru) wrote: It's good movie to watch