A Tejano rancher (Pedro Armendariz, Jr.) hires an oil worker (Hank Jacobs) to pick up an artifact of the ancient world which will bring him immortal life.
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Matthew A (jp) wrote: I finally saw this incisive documentary on the infamous implosion of Enron at the turn of the 21st Century. The ruthlessness and recklessness of Skilling, Lay, Fastow, et al is a modern-day, horror story. Much of what this film reveals as the reason or reasons for Enron's collapse ends up foreshadowing the financial collapse of 2007-08.
Adam D (ca) wrote: As relevant today as it was 12 years ago, Bowling For Columbine features Michael Moore addressing the subjects of firearms, race, fear and prejudice in a totally engaging documentary that never falls short and continues to surprise and educate even up to its bittersweet end. Participatory documentary at its finest.
Randy P (gb) wrote: I hate these kind of movies, where the characters are unreasonable, and none of the characters believes the main characters, and the main characters have unreasonably bad things happen to them for the sake of comedy. If you agree with these comments then don't watch this movie.
Mike L (jp) wrote: Is Interesting In Aspects But There Are Better Documentaries Out There
David B (mx) wrote: An interestingly twisted tale with something to offend just about everyone. Verhoeven's films made in Holland were in my opinion far superior than anything he turned in Hollywood and his earlier works must place him in the top 20 of my favourite directors list. Just see it with an open mind.....it's a bumpy ride done with panache.
isabella r (jp) wrote: My Favorite Goldie Hawn film...a comical tearjerker,just a wonderfully put together love story.
Justin W (mx) wrote: it's a bad werewolf movie...and the werewolf looks like michael jackson.some of the lighting is so bad in this film that you can barely see what's going on...and after sitting with it, i almost wish the whole movie was lit like that. at least then i could imagine that what i was watching was really good...but sadly, this isn't good. it's bad...and not in the good way.
Morten L (fr) wrote: Early magic realism, with a social consciousness at heart. See it!
George B (it) wrote: I could barely keep up with the lame story and I still don't understand what I just watched..So the scarecrows turned people into zombies or something? I don't get it.
Brian C (ca) wrote: I haven't seen the movie, but I already see a problem with the plot. If these dumb fucks are in charge, then why are they so monumentally stupid that they cannot craft or create a rope out of existing supplies. Do they not understand you can create a make shift rope replacement out of practically everything around them. It can't possibly be the whole movie searching for a rope, with all the high class military equipment around them. All the strands of wire, clothing, and everything all around them. I guess they don't have plastic bags, duct tape, fencing, electric cords, dental floss, belts, neck ties, tons of shawls, water hoses etc, etc.
Jacob K (us) wrote: I did not want Tim Hiddleston as Hank Williams, I hated the idea from the beginning. I absolutely hated it. I WAS WRONG! Tom brought it to life for me. He did an excellent job. The Olsen Girl was great. Everyone in general did an amazing job on screen. The folks in editing and behind the scenes seemed to slap the movie together in order to shorten it down and meet a deadline. The whole movie felt forced and crammed into place. Pieces were lacking everyhwere. And I felt they kind of smeared Miss Audrey.I am giving this movie 4 stars solely on performance alone. Tom, I am sorry for doubting you! Hoping to see a directors cut.