Eu Maior (Higher Self) is a Brazilian feature-length documentary presenting a fresh look at self-knowledge and the pursuit of happiness. The filmmakers interviewed thirty individuals with distinct backgrounds, including spiritual leaders, intellectuals, artists and professional athletes. Their touching personal stories, combined with the film's beautiful images and music, are certain to appeal to any audience's intelligence and artistic sensibility. - Anonymous
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Eu Maior torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: An almost-good futuristic thriller, with an interesting concept - time as currency. However, the plot's all over the shop, and you barely get to know Timberlake or Seyfried's characters, and they spend more time running than 'Mission:Impossible'! Not horrible, but nothing special
(au) wrote: More stories of crazy people getting wrapped up in virtual worlds, this time it is Second Life which I downloaded once and deleted after being bored to tears. Somewhat sad and interesting at the same time.
(ca) wrote: Salvage is has become a cult British indie flick... a small suburban cul-de-sac is shut down by a squad of heavily armed special-op soldiers. No reason is given other than news reports of a strange container washing up and being breached on a nearby beach. The film centres around 2 lead characters who find themselves trapped together, forced to fend off an unknown malevolence outside. This is a really strange movie. For such a small budget it looks great. Its reminded me of Night of the Living Dead and Feast but little is explained and most of the movie is lost in confusion. I enjoyed some elements of it but was frustrated by the rest. Its too long which says heaps when it's running time is 75 minutes and it seems the writers missed the class which taught "end" after the lessons of "beginning" and "middle". On the up side, as a debut feature it has showcased a potential up-and-coming talent in it's director. Its shot well and performed capably enough. Not what I was expecting.
(mx) wrote: Beautiful and moving, though it doesn't tell the story you expect at the start. Excellent performances from Emma Thompson, Matthew Goode, and Michael Gambon.
(gb) wrote: Idle is my least favorite Python, I find him hammy and irritating. This Beatles spoof has some good gags, but a lot of it is either too obvious or just stupid.
(mx) wrote: When a bad movie becomes terrible...
(fr) wrote: A very unexpected delight. A great underrated picture.