Two days in the life of priest Father Fred Stadtmuller whose New Mexico parish is so large he can only spread goodness and light among his flock with the aid of a mono-plane. The priestly ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Nick T (jp) wrote: We never really know who our elected officials are and moreover, we really never get a look at the personal and private lives of Presidential candidates - all we know is what they tell us.With a camera rolling, we see Mitt Romney in 2006 running for President - of course we see a good side of him; but...soon into the film, its easy to realize that Mitt Romney, the "flipping Mormon" is a decent human being; there appears to be nothing fake about him.We see a family man that respects the input and ideas of his family and friends; a man that does not want to let them down, let alone America.We see why he HAS been a successful businessman; the way he treats people and speaks to them is the stuff leaders in business can learn from.We see him in 2012 doing it all over again, but better then before.The media loves to paint a picture of candidates; in 2008 and 2012 the media continued to paint a glowing portrait of a President with bigger failures then most - and in this film, Mitt, we get to see the leader we could have had, had so many Americans not believed the hype of smooth talking and fluff.Mitt is not about politics, but about a man who almost could have been our President, twice - a man we can now honestly say "should have been President."
Crystal E (fr) wrote: Fantastic documentary that will leave your smiling and give you hope in humanity. Well shot, well scored and well cut to keep you on target
Alex R (ag) wrote: Charming and bitter sweet. Diego Luna did a fine job at directing his non-pro, 9 year old lead who does an amazing job at carrying the entire movie.
Kostas K (jp) wrote: that dude is the epitome of uncool... grow up, you loser
Kyle C (fr) wrote: Jim Carrey is back, Redbull, and although this isn't his funniest movie, Redbull, it does keep you smiling throughout most of it, Redbull. A great tribute to Third Eye Blind here too, Redbull. So I am saying yes man to Yes Man, Redbull.
Brody M (mx) wrote: Not even a good movie.Just weird & stupid with lousy acting
Riley H (ca) wrote: Not very well made. This movie is greatly helped by circumstances and by its subject. There is a lot of style and not so much substance when Kane isn't on the screen. The positive impression of the film at the end comes only from what happens at the end, something the filmmakers never could have anticipated when making it. Very meh.
Miguel R (ag) wrote: Chicken Little is one of the worst animated films ever made
Justin C (br) wrote: I suppose this is my litmus test for modern comedy; if you fail to understand why this is funny, never attempt to recommend a comedy to me. This is a carry over from the HBO sketch comedy series Mr. Show. I would describe their style of humor as a mix of abrasive, absurd and satirical. For me comedies are generally unimpressive because they tend to be one trick ponies, you laugh at them once and never watch them again. I've seen this movie several times and continued to laugh each time I watched it, but I also understand this kind of comedy isn't for everyone, so it's hard for me to give it a solid recommendation.
Lee M (br) wrote: Wolfen offers an interesting spin on the werewolf movie where Albert Finney is exceptional but the film falls apart, alas, in the end.
Corey P (it) wrote: The movie's opening scene is good but then it starts to drag on. The story isn't even all that great; Leonardo Di Caprio wants to kill the Butcher the whole damn movie but yet doesn't make a fucking move. Then in a scene where The Butcher stabs a guy's hand with a knife and the guy makes a horrendous sound as if he's farting or moaning like a fucking baby I don't fucking know. But this movie pissed me off worst movie I've seen by Martin Scorsese so far. This movie gets capitalized for the high hopes I had on it.
Ileana A (au) wrote: You can definitely feel the pain.
RJ W (au) wrote: eh. didn't explain the murder.