David Blaine: Fearless

David Blaine: Fearless

The magic, wonder, and intrigue of the mystifying David Blaine are now on video with the best of his three TV specials, "Street Magic," "Magic Man," and "Frozen In Time." The world is his stage, and watching Blaine's mastery is a magical mystery tour de force whether he is on the streets of New York City or in the primitive jungles of South America. Prepare to meet ordinary passersby as they encounter extraordinary one-on-one magic as never seen before. Inexplicable, curious, captivating, astounding -- don't miss your chance to see some of the most mystifying magic ever spontaneously captured on film. You'll keep watching, you'll keep wondering. Magic has a new master. He is fearless, and his name is David Blaine.

The magic, wonder, and intrigue of the mystifying David Blaine are now on video with the best of his three TV specials, "Street Magic," "Magic Man," and "Frozen In Time." The world is his stage, and watching Blaine's mastery is a magical mystery tour de force whether he is on the streets of New York City or in the primitive jungles of South America. Prepare to meet ordinary passersby as they encounter extraordinary one-on-one magic as never seen before. Inexplicable, curious, captivating, astounding -- don't miss your chance to see some of the most mystifying magic ever spontaneously captured on film. You'll keep watching, you'll keep wondering. Magic has a new master. He is fearless, and his name is David Blaine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jamal R (nl) wrote: Bad Jokes and acting throughout the film . Probably Just a horrific Script.

Lisa Z (fr) wrote: The more I watch this movie the more I like it. With time, the film simply grows on you.

Douglas H (ag) wrote: I'm giving 1 1/2 stars just because of Herbie. Don't mess with a succesful formula. Herbie starred movies just being a VW, without blinking headlights and stuff like that.

Liam Y (nl) wrote: Chasing Amy has, for a long time, been my favourite movie, after countless re-watching I would still struggle to pin down exactly what puts it at that high spot but one of the things that has always been part of the reason I would recommend it is just how honest of a story it seems.

Ryan C (es) wrote: hugh grant is terrible jeff goldblum is the only reason this should be rated

Jessica B (nl) wrote: Watched it in a European history class and enjoyed it very much. Nathalie Baye is breathtaking.

josh (us) wrote: oh my god. this is the most bizarre movie ive seen in a while. its like if the dukes of hazzard were rated x. fucking crazy!!!

Jim B (gb) wrote: Film noir done in Ed Wood's inimitable style.Written in collaboration with Alex Gordon, who co-wrote Bride of the Monster, this, unlike most Ed Wood films, has a pretty decent storyline and features a nice twist at the end. '50s pulp fiction which is far more enjoyable that many films which have vastly greater budgets and greater talent involved.

Luciene C (br) wrote: No (C) uma obra de arte, mas foi timo rever. Afinal, por que os ingleses gostam tanto de uma histria de fantasmas?

Brandon W (gb) wrote: When Paul W.S Anderson couldn't direct the sequel due to directing Alien vs. Predator, although he's still the screenwriter and producer of it, a newcomer name Alexander Witt is the choice for Resident Evil Apocalypse which is his film debut, and for my surprise, it's actually better than the first movie, although not that much. The action scenes are exciting to watch, although it would've been more exciting if I actually care about the characters at all. The acting is decent which is better than the first one, although Oded Fehr acted wooden. I was surprised that Mike Epps was in this, and when the first movie had humor that was not that funny, this guy was actually funny and was the funniest part of the movie. The effects are better to look at and I also like the design of Nemesis that's not CGI at all but more practical, making it look like it's actually there. The plot is sadly weaker than the first film and it felt more like an excuse to keep the series going. There's jumpscares in this also which still didn't get me scared, and the villain is so forgettable that when I was done with the film, I didn't remember a single thing about this character. So while it's not nearly as cheesy as Resident Evil and is actually decent for an action film, it's still a dumb movie that I honestly forgot that I was even watching a Resident Evil adaptation, but it's a lot of fun to watch.