Genghis Blues

Genghis Blues

Blind blues musician Paul Pena is perhaps best known for his song "Jet Airliner". In 1993, Pena heard Tuvan throat singing over his shortwave radio and subsequently taught himself how to reproduce these extraordinary sounds. This documentary follows him to Tuva, where he takes part in a throat singing competition.

San Francisco bluesman and composer, Paul Peña makes a musical pilgrimage to the land of Tuva. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Robert H (es) wrote: Better than all previous movies (except the 1st) but still has much to be desired... that the future entries will pick up on.

Jaeyoung L (gb) wrote: life around Yangtze. Good to understand life style's change in China by transition to capitalism...

Dannielle A (it) wrote: I can't believe I actually sat through this piece of crap.

Pepper J (ag) wrote: Why her first daughter accused her mammy of her death?

Brad S (ag) wrote: I quite liked it, found myself laughing quite a bit. I thought the lead was pretty funny as was the premise...it just worked for me.

John B (it) wrote: Good positive motivational movie based on a real life story of gangs in LA as the Rock transitions them into football players that want to fight for each other rather than kill each other.

familiar s (br) wrote: I'd thought it's some heist movie with more focus on sex (maybe the poster cover is to be blamed). However, the movie fared extremely well considering my low expectations. The only boring part was "The Voices", but I guess others would like it better in spiritual terms, and telling more about the character and whatnot. I'd not known about the movie more than stated above. I was taken aback when it mentioned, before the end credits start rolling, that it's based on real events, changing a few elements. Although the changes made were major, it couldn't have been this effective without them. Recommended this one which I went for very hesitantly (it was in my watch list for over a year).*P.S. Please mind that I've got used to using the fast forward button, and hence the movies are now less slower to me than they were previously. I'll supposedly not complain about the unwanted scenes so often, I guess.

Private U (mx) wrote: The cutest movie ever and a great soundtrack

Dennis B (br) wrote: Grosse Pointe Boredom

Jayakrishnan R (kr) wrote: 83% Saw this on 29/06/2013 Dragonheart is one of the finest classics that are unseen by most. This film just has one of the most engaging visuals that were made during the 1980s. Dennis Quaid is just great in his role. The comedy element in this film was surprising and the graphics are still good. But anyway, David Thewlis gives an awful performance. The chemistry b/w Quaid and the dragon is great and it makes the movie moving.

Rameshwar I (br) wrote: It is important to note the context that this is viewed and reviewed after watching the highly popular TV series which goes by the same name. So some of the observations (maybe most) could be comparative in nature. The simplistic approach at times exploitative of the premise is what works the best - there is some genuine fun to be had. However it was far too ambitious and ahead of its times and doesn't seem to have aged too well especially the technology part - for that matter it is the same case even with the current TV series. Delos Westworld is a futuristic theme park accessible via an hovercraft consisting of 3 worlds - Lawless Western, Roman and Medieval. It provides a real escape vacation to its visitors to have a time of their lives without fear of consequences. All the worlds are populated with sophisticated robots that look, talk and behave like humans where each are programmed a character and a narrative - but one rule abides them all - never harm a guest. The supervisor at the park's service facility starts to observe an increasing trend of malfunctioning robots leading to unprogrammed behavior by the hosts.Peter Martin (Richard Benjamin) is visiting the theme park for the first time with his buddy John Blane (James Brolin) who has been there before. When a gunslinger (Yul Brynner) teases Peter at a saloon and eggs him on for a duel, after initial reluctance Peter draws his gun and kills the gunslinger. This ice breaker works well for Peter who starts to have fun along with James going from one adventure to another including another slaying of the gunslinger. When the robots unprogrammed behavior continues to rise, the management decides to stop further guests from coming in and plans to deal with it. Can it be contained or will it spiral out of control?The theme park expanding to other genre worlds like medieval and Roman is exciting to watch even while the primary focus still remains in the Westworld. Michael Crichton is one of the most acclaimed science fiction writers of this generation but not known for his subtlety, he takes this to whole new level by helming the director's seat for this one. His trademark mix of mainstream action and highly researched science fiction is highly evident and works again here. The production values has to be appreciated, it looks grand and adequate by all means when watching the movie but when you think back on the scale - more is shown than spent. The leads Richard Benjamin and James Brolin seems to be having the time of their lives with breezy performances while the eternal foreigner Yul Brynner does a menacing villain with his trademark bald head, walk and accent. What starts off as a fun adventure quickly turns into a slasher movie (scenario is setup right from the beginning though) but competently held together by a masterful performance by Yul Brynner. It is interesting to watch which at times makes you wonder the wishful thinking towards AI during the 70s itself (not to forget the HAL9000 of the 60s). What sets it apart from the TV series especially for me is there are no dreaming, feeling or hallucinating robots here - that just comes off as silly for me. An adventure you'd wish to be in!! Funny, intelligent, corny and what not!!

Glo B (us) wrote: OMG intelligent, independant women in 1957! I watch every time this love story is on TV

Scott W (ru) wrote: Revenge monster thriller from Universal sees Cobra woman taking revenge on a group of US GIs who have defiled her temple. Faith Domergue is good as Cobra Woman Lisa. Marshall Thompson and David Jannsen.

Michael K (es) wrote: Being my introduction to zombie movies when I was 13 years old (for the better or for the worse), this movie has a special place in my heart and I think it has its moments.

Keily O (ag) wrote: i own it and love it