Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones
The story of the Peoples Temple cult led by Jim Jones and the events leading up to one of the largest mass suicides in history.
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Jijian A (ru) wrote: A fully logically ....... entertaining movie
Batrice L (ru) wrote: Raliste et sans chichi. Bien.
Evan H (ru) wrote: This has to be one of Miike's more artistically successful films, especially from an storytelling standpoint. The mystical (but very real!) setting, contrasted with the ultra-realistic characters, with the addition of the beautifully surreal legend of bird people makes this well-paced, thoughtful film unforgettable.
mark c (mx) wrote: LOVE THIS SPIKE LEE JOINT
JDC VLT (ru) wrote: what the fuck is that picture? A Dude Fucking A Turkey? I Got Nothin'
Brandon W (fr) wrote: James Gunn has done his director's debut with Slither that is one of the best horror-comedy films in a long time. Nathan Fillion, Elizabeth Banks, and Michael Rooker gives out some great performances that never seem like they weren't trying in a genre like this. Almost all of the effects are practical which I'm relieved to see and be freaked out about something that's there. There were some computer effects that I saw, but they still look good nonetheless. There's some scenes that seem to pay homage to other famous horror movies and it fits well to this. The writing is really good and it created a lot of jokes that are really funny. The effects also gives off some creativity that are both stylish and gross. It has some creepy moments and the villain's backstory is vague, but is creepy enough to be into interpretation. The characters are enjoyable to watch, and the film is very smart enough that is not doing something dumb like glorifying the gore effects. Slither is a fantastic effort by James Gunn that I'm surprised that it's the same person that actually did Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy.
Marco F (ag) wrote: THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS is one of the great cinematic masterpieces of all time. There is no finer film made about war of any kind, I think. It is one of 3 movies I have seen that are totally perfect in every way; there isn't one creative misstep in this movie- not one.The movie is abut an Algerian resistance group's struggle for independence from French colonial rule, and about the French military combating this group- centered around a brilliant army colonel, who is simply there to do his job. The film examines these 2 factions against each other and how they deal with each other. What makes this movie really work is that it doesn't take sides; it observes and speculates. The real 2 viewpoints this movie has to offer is this: why does this conflict have to exist? Who is worse affected here? That is exactly the direction director Gillo Pontecorvo needed to take here- it makes the film even more effective at getting across to the audience the turmoil and destructiveness of the conflict.The filmmaking here is also superb- the film is shot in a cinema-verite, documentary type style- the black-and-white photography is really fabulous and it made me feel like I was there in those riots and protests. The movie is also full of content that one could talk about for hours; it's a rare film that not only succeeds on an entertainment level, but will make you think about it.What Pontecorvo has achieved with this movie is nothing short of incredible. Even after being released in 1966- the film hasn't aged a bit- a testament to its greatness. I loved every frame of it; it's one of the best movies ever made.
Brandon W (fr) wrote: I wasn't that much looking forward to The Guilt Trip as it has negative reviews from both critics and users from Rotten Tomatoes, but I am a fan of Seth Rogen, writer Dan Fogleman, and when I enjoyed The Proposal, so I decide to check it out, and it surprised me of how underrated it is. The plot is your average road trip movie that does nothing new at all, but to the chemistry between Seth Rogen and Barbra Streisand that succeed it from being a forgettable film. Dan Fogleman knows how to write a mother and son relationship, and can create a lot of funny moments based on their conversations that the main characters had. Now my mom doesn't act like that to me, and if I did had a mom like Barbra Streisand's character, I would probably act like Seth Rogen's character too as it legitimate for him to be like that, even if there were some moments from him that I'll never do. The movie goes through a realistic approach which is refreshing to see coming from a road trip film and doesn't make it ridiculous like Trains, Planes, and Automobiles, and Thelma & Louise even though I enjoyed those films. Even though the chemistry between the main characters is all there is to the film, they are really good in this that delivers the lines in a funny way that I enjoyed from this film.
Shane J (au) wrote: It's dumb and terrible and badly acted,but you know this so throw that to one side and its watchable in the background I guess
angel m (us) wrote: The Dream Shots Of the Little Girl Are Wiked ... I Liked This One ... A Bit Of A Surprise :o