A boy awakes, imprisoned in a hospital without a name or memory. He is immediately attacked and discovers to his surprise that he has incredible telekinetic powers. A girl, her psychic ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A boy awakes, imprisoned in a hospital without a name or memory. He is immediately attacked and discovers to his surprise that he has incredible telekinetic powers. A girl, her psychic ...
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Lee R (us) wrote: Just becuase you have seen The Blair Witch project and Paranormal activity and you think you could do that doesn't mean you either could or should. 1 hour and 31 minutes too long.
Christopher C (br) wrote: Those expecting McNamara-esque levels of contrition will be disappointed. The Unknown Known is remarkable for how Rumsfeld doesn't give an inch when defending the policies he championed during the Bush Administration.
Mike B (ru) wrote: Had to watch a second time with subtitles.
Mesieur T (ru) wrote: Okay documentary. Synopsis: We're doomed
Farah R (jp) wrote: Dark and dull. There's hardly anything to like about it.
Adrian M (es) wrote: God this movie was incredible. one of the best I've ever seen
W H (jp) wrote: If this flick was given the budget big-studio movies get, then I'm sure it would have been a lot better.It was so bad it was good though. I hated most of the characters and rooted for the Wicked to kill them all, but that wasn't necessarily a bad thing.The movie actually took some time to do some character development thus giving me more reason to hate them.All and all, this was a great way to kill a Monday night.
Gene A (ag) wrote: A very moving character study about the bond between a reclusive Vietnam Vet - who lives in the backwoods of the Pacific Northwest - and the daughter of a dying war-buddy. I was blown away by this movie - I found it captivating. In addition, this is one of the best performances I've seen Danny Glover deliver, thumbs way up for the supporting cast as well.
Mauricio M (ca) wrote: Very good documentary showing the darker side of fame and its influence on a fragile yet explosive personality.
Steve S (nl) wrote: The film manages to have a creepy, foreboding feel to it. The problem is that the story is not coherant enough. It throws things at theaudience that left me scratching my head. Too bad since there was potential here.
Dorian G (ag) wrote: A little dated, but still quite funny. The romance is pretty lame, though. A pretty good baseball comedy, I have memories that the sequel was better, will have to watch it soon.Watched on Netflix with Sam at her house, December 27, 2015.
Morgan S (ru) wrote: I wasnt crazy about Jane Powell's singing but hey! its fred Astaire. DANCING ON THE CIELING! nothing can go wrong. His girl is not that pretty though...
John W (au) wrote: While it might not rank as a favorite film among those who love the screen team of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, you have to admit "Dark Passage" (1947) has one of the great screen gimmicks of all time. For the first forty minutes of the film, you see everything through the eyes of the main character - an escaped prisoner from San Quentin who eludes the authorities while making his way to a plastic surgeon who will give him a new face. When the bandages finally come off, the audience gets their first look at this wanted fugitive as he studies himself in a mirror. And guess what? He looks just like Humphrey Bogart!