David Wants to Fly
A documentary. David Sieveking takes the advice of his idol, David Lynch and tries out Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's transcendental meditation technique.
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Cam E (au) wrote: I'm not saying that Chernobyl Diaries is great, it isn't. But I have always been interested in Chernobyl and have always wanted a film on it and now we have one. It is a shame that this film is not as good as it could have been. Director Brad Parker had a great opportunity to make this film really good based on it's concept. But I think he definitely made mistakes. The cast is pretty poor in this film, the acting isn't great at times and it seems that this film is quite rushed. It is only a short film and I wish it was longer. There were several landmarks in Chernobyl that were not in this film and that is disappointing. Chernobyl reactor 4 is barely seen in this film yet that is the main part of Chernobyl. I thought this film was okay but I wish it was better. Not quite what I expected. But better than some horror films that I have seen. But if you are looking for a scary horror film Chernobyl Diaries isn't for you. If you are looking for a film which is not half bad then this is the film for you.
Deven L (mx) wrote: somehow tacky but kinda touching nevertheless
John R (fr) wrote: Some very funny moments. Worth a watch.
John R (nl) wrote: 160130: The biggest problem with this film, other than the occasional flaw, is the pace. She just putts along, not quite quick enough, not quite exciting enough. Michael Ansara, as Col. Diego, makes a great villain. Decent film but following in awful big footsteps.
Lucky R (ag) wrote: French New Waves and i want watch this again and again...
Kevin K (ca) wrote: It's one of those movie where the main character simply tolerates outrageous insults and demeaning attacks, and comes off as a total loser. The two female leads come off as agreeable in a ditsy unhelpful way.