Documentary filmmaker Alexandria Pelosi tours red state America examining the practices, politics and beliefs of fundamentalist evangelical Christians. Interviewees include Jerry Falwell (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Friends of God: A Road Trip with Alexandra Pelosi
Alexandra Pelosi travels through the United States interviewing and filming several evangelical pastors and congregations.
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Missy B (us) wrote: EXCELLENT MOVIE! One of the best movies I've seen in a long time. Can't believe the critics ratings are only 62% Always look for the audience ratings!
Stevn Party Animal (gb) wrote: REVIEW: I don't know why there has been so much buzz around this generic werewolf movie. It's DTV, it's unoriginal and it's simply nothing out of the ordinary. I guess that the people behind this film just know how to market themselves. Either way, heading into Big Bad Wolf I was expecting something special - I mean, why wouldn't I? Considering all the news items that have been posted all around the net about this movie's progress. Unfortunately, Big Bad Wolf turned out to be a rather mediocre horror flick with a clichd plot that feels occasionally poorly written. The movie starts out with a bunch of hunters getting killed by the beast (something we could expect to see on the Sci-Fi channel). Then it skips to seven years later when one of these hunters son is all grown up and ready to join a fraternity. He brings his friends out to a cabin in the middle of nowhere which belongs to his mean stepfather for a weekend of partying, but the party is soon interrupted when a werewolf crashes it. Up until this point, the movie was quite poor, and what made it even worse was when the werewolf started delivering silly one-liners. Luckily, the friends are quickly killed off and the real movie can begin (after twenty minutes or so - was this opening just made to fodder out the movie?). Sam and Derek are the soul survivors of the massacre and are certain that Derek's stepfather is the werewolf so they decide to investigate further into the matter. This is more interesting than the first twenty minutes (thank god), but it's still not more than an average DTV horror flick at best - so again, I don't get what all the hype was about. Technically the movie looks good for a DTV movie, but I couldn't help but to feel that this might as well have been produced by The Asylum. Perhaps because it has a lot in common with "The Beast of Bray Road", or perhaps because they were shot with as little imagination. The acting is sub-par with few likable characters to be found. Derek is way too wimpy to be the hero and Sam is way too bitchy to be the heroine. I feel as though I have to point out that the movie did have some strong sides as well, gore and nudity being one of them. The movie also has a solid pace and it's not boring for a second. But overall, I have to say that this was a fairly mediocre werewolf movie that brought nothing new to the table. I do think that they tried to make something great but ended up falling flat - and that's unfortunate. If it's on cable, you might want to give it a shot, but only rent it if you're a hardcore werewolf fan. BOTTOM LINE: Big Bad Wolf is more or less the definition of average for me. It's not great, but it keeps you watching until the mediocre ending. No big surprises or interesting plot twists either. Predictable as hell. What else can I say? Only for hardcore werewolf fans.
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Dan H (us) wrote: Watch a different side of John Hughes (He didn't direct this, but he produced and wrote it...it's definitely one of his films). Dutch is a surprisingly adult film with some adult themes. In it, a spoiled rich kid gets brought forcibly down to Earth by Ed O'Neil How? By having the kid live like a pauper for a few days while on the road back to his moms). The film is clever, mostly funny ( a good amount of the funny does not work to be honest, and the score is just bad and way too goofy at times and way too schmaltzy at times), and Ethan Embry puts in a good performance as a kid you start out wanting to beat the shit out of in the beginning. Ed O'Neil is naturally the best part of this film. Yes, he does mug a bit too much at times, but he's actually a pretty cool bad ass (he has no trouble telling the kid like it is and putting him back in his place. This is how little brats should be handled). It's surreal but satisfying to see him curse in this (yeah, this ain't Al Bundy guys). In the end, while the score and some of the humor just doesn't work, about 90% of this film is great. I would recommend it.
Stuart M (nl) wrote: Tries a little too hard to be shocking and in the end the big stunning twist is a little predictable. Hard to believe he went right from this to Empire Strikes Back.
Francisco G (gb) wrote: It's unfortunate that a movie from Hitchcock that holds such promise fails so miserably to be even remotely interesting on any aspect. This overly long mess, features completly pointless scenes, poor acting from the leads, unsuspensful moments and a pretty uninspired story and script. Save from a couple of well pulled scenes and shots, it's a shame that this one doesn't feel like an Hitchcock at all.
Brent M (gb) wrote: This is the story of Anne Boleyn and her marriage to King Henry VIII. This movie shows King Henry VIII's obsession with having a male heir to the throne. He falls in love with Anne Boleyn and almost tears his kingdom apart to make her Queen. This movie is pretty historically accurate. Good costumes and acting, especially for 1969. This movie is actually a good lead-up to the Elizabeth series.
Senji K (gb) wrote: love this movie! so awesooome! especially enzo, really amazed at his acting, so cool!!
Ruthie R (it) wrote: Some of these were sort of meh, but some of these like, "Sweets" were amaaaaazing.