Give Up Yer Aul Sins

Give Up Yer Aul Sins

A schoolgirl offers a spirited and somewhat unconventional retelling of the story of John the Baptist.

A schoolgirl, interviewed for television, tells a somewhat unconventional version of the story of John the Baptist, which we see illustrated. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ioana (it) wrote: corny WINS. Had a blast!

Bill S (br) wrote: Who's to blame for this atrocity, this obvious attempt to get out the black vote for Obama. Obama and his minions obviously have a very low opinion of African Americans.

Andrew R (ag) wrote: The Company You Keep is interesting and well developed with its strong performances. The progression is great. We continue to learn throughout the entire film. The performances are great and the storyline is very strong. The problem is as the detectives and FBI are left in the dark, so are we through out most of the film.

Robin T (es) wrote: Solid horror with a nice mystique about it. Just don't lose your way out there in the wild ;)Oh BTW, I think both the finnish and russian languages are like made for horror and tales of dark times. They can sound most colorful (even though I speak neither of them). Had this movie been made in english or swedish - well I don't know if I'd felt that same creeping fear ;)

Julie G (gb) wrote: Despite the cover and the flixster plot summary, it's really about four old friends who go through some odd situations to improve their stagnant lives. The main star of the film Sean Pertwee gives his best lead performance, considering he doesn't play the lead all that often. McGregor, on the other hand, hams it up.

Russell K (mx) wrote: Thanks for the loan Keith - really enjoyed it....

Cameron H (au) wrote: George Miller's The Road Warrior sets up an uncompromising world, clearly a descendant of our current world, where most characters have rock-solid rationale on their best interests and will only work with others when the circumstances call for it. This is especially true for not only our protagonist-by-trade Max (Mel Gibson), but also our antagonist-by-default Humungus (Kjell Nilsson). Other than the precious commodity of gasoline, what else is there to compromise about? You want exposition? You'll have to go somewhere else. You want romance? Find that in our comic relief Gyro Captain (Bruce Spence), whose clumsy, but decent aerial combat skills and compassion for the safety of his team are much more attractive than the broody, selfish behaviour of the more physically apt Max. Take the car combat sequences as you wish. They never reach phenomenal cinematic heights, probably since the characters do not seem to communicate much other than we are supposed to fight, but the sequences are undoubtedly well choreographed. Very dirty and non-gimmicky, too. If you treat this like eye candy, you may not get too much flavour out of it. I suggest that you savour this one. Find a more intimate audience who would still appreciate car combat.

Grant T (fr) wrote: I thought this would be scarier, but still delivers what it promises