A psychological, heart-wrenching love story that provides a unique and inside look at Charles Darwin. Torn between faith and science, he struggles to finish his legendary book "On the Origin of the Species," which goes on to become the foundation for evolutionary biology.
- Stars:Paul Bettany, Ian Kelly, Guy Henry, Martha West, Anabolena Rodriguez, Paul Campbell, Zak Davies, Teresa Churcher, Jennifer Connelly, Freya Parks, Jim Carter, Christopher Dunkin, Gene Goodman, Harrison Sansostri, Benedict Cumberbatch,
- Director:Jon Amiel,
- Writer:John Collee (screenplay), Jon Amiel (screen story), John Collee (screen story), Randal Keynes (book)
English naturalist Charles Darwin struggles to find a balance between his revolutionary theories on evolution and the relationship with religious wife, whose faith contradicts his work. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Creation torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: I watch this movie just to accompany my friend's little sisters and that's about it, and i would gave less stars if this movie wasn't a little-girl oriented cash cow.
(jp) wrote: As a Christian who doesn't care for the increasingly poor entertainment options being offered, I've been cautiously optimistic whenever a new "Christian" movie is released. I want them to be good, I want them to succeed. More quality options benefit everyone. But "Mom's Night Out" is not a quality production. As others have noted, it feels like a poor sitcom stretched out to 90 minutes. The writing and acting are universally poor, and the entire premise of the movie is that tired trope of the harried housewife and her man-child husband - a plot device that ceased being clever or funny somewhere around the third season of "Home Improvement", let alone two decades later.I refuse to give a movie a good score or any more of my hard earned money simply because it's morally inoffensive or nominally "Christian." Kendricks/Erwins/whomever - you need to step up your game, stop relying on worn-out cliches and man-bashing if you want me to spend another penny on any of your work.
(ca) wrote: Entertaining but corny, thank you Wanda
(jp) wrote: This movie is freakin hilarious. I don't really classify it in my cheesy zombie movie category it is something completely different. A lot of small things are said or done that make it even funnier. Watch ALL the way through the credits.
(es) wrote: 1/26/2017: Just an ok movie. Better than the previous installment though.
(de) wrote: One of the biggest wastes of time and money...
(kr) wrote: Thrilling, intense, amazing! I love how the soundtrack fits so well with the increasing tension of the movie, not being overplayed, and Siegel's direction is strong. He knows how to create a suspense with camera angles; and it's amazing how light and shadows are important to increase this suspense.
(es) wrote: Not an awful film but I found this movie to be boring. The Ending is mediocre and definitely not worth sitting through this bore fest.
(br) wrote: Zabriskie Point is one of the emptiest, most indulgent movies I've ever seen. It has no insight into America or its youth or the political climate of the 70s, as suggested by its hollows characters, unrealistic dialogue, and an Italian director who seems to be in foreign territory.
(es) wrote: One of my favorite guilty pleasures!
(ag) wrote: It has it's moments and Fairuza Balk is an adorable Cecile but I found myself comparing every other cast member to their Dangerous Liaisons counterpart and they paled by comparison.