"Hidden Colors: The Untold History Of People Of Aboriginal,Moor,and African Descent" is a groundbreaking documentary that challenges conventional knowledge about the role of people of color in world history. We are generally taught that historically,most people of color around the world were primitive and uncivilized,and they only became modernized after they were saved and colonized by European explorers.The information in the film will uncover the real truth and and contributions of these people. .
A documentary about the real and untold history of people of color around the globe and scholars, historians, and social commentators who uncovered such amazing facts about things such as: The original image of Christ; The true story about the Moors; The original people of Asia; The great west African empires; The presence of Africans in America before Columbus; The real reason slavery was ended And much more. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hidden Colors torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Not entertaining, not really interesting. It was kind of like a cheap version of The Wicker Man. A lot of the ideas are left ambiguous, and basically a lot of random stuff happens. The acting was decent considering the size of the production (though accents come and go) and I think there was something interesting to be done with the girl trying to escape the community, but that really only happens towards the end. It was a good basic idea (backwoods people sacrificing to a hole in the ground) that was marred by several terrible ideas being shoehorned into the script (incest, jugs, pregnancy drama, ghosts, etc).
(mx) wrote: I didn't find the title justified since the shootout at Wadala hardly lasts for 10 minutes. (Besides, they could have gone for a better "shootout" story; I find it hard to thank that there are just a handful of them.) Primarily, it's a story of a teen with a seemingly bright future gone helter-skelter, thanks to his family background & circumstances. But there isn't much of a story to be told. So, either there are fight scenes or some songs forced in. Whatever is told in between doesn't make up for its flaws (I'd not elaborate as they're aplenty). Some action scenes are outstanding, but I'm not a fan of that genre. A slightly better film may have been possible had they focused more on script than relying on promos and item songs.
(ru) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!
(kr) wrote: rather tame and generic, however you do feel near the end that its starting to get somewhere then it ends suddenly without any particular closure or denfined path to the life she chooses. pointless
(kr) wrote: As a person who follows sports i knew about the analytics and how it changed the game, but put on screen and it's great.
(ru) wrote: Essential horror. Tsukamoto builds a mood that swallows his characters whole. People criticize the main actress in this as "wooden", but they have failed to take in a key element of her character: she's a long-term insomniac. She's a mirror character of the titular Nightmare Detective, another lense to view him thru. By grounding the characters with similarities and contrasts, they become more real than standard horror protagonists. I will say that the ending left a little to be desired, but given the state of American horror for the last decade, it wasn't the huge disappointment that only Hollywood is capable of churning out.
(gb) wrote: Tom Hanks gives an incredible performance in this movie, sealing him to be one of the great actors of our time.
(es) wrote: There's no corn, but might as well call this Amish of the Corn. It's actually a pretty good (for it's time) thriller. Full of suspense, a couple of twists, some misdirection; It works well. The 15 seconds at the end (shortest paranormal addition to a film maybe ever - which is kind of thrown in for who knows why) are quite effective and surprising. Think Craven's Nightmare on Elm Street final scene; it's similar. In fact, there are so many parallels between this movie and his successful horror inception of NOES (bath scenes are almost interchangeable). Plus you get Ernest Borgnine leading the creepy, cult-like Amish (or hitite) group, a very young (teenage?) Sharon Stone, and a lead character that strikes a very uncanny resemblance to Rachel McAdams in Maren Jensen. Thumbs up for this early Wes Craven piece.
(it) wrote: A bit ambitious, but what a cast! Felt like I was channeling my Dad watching this. Henry Fonda is great & Charlton Heston is, well, Charlton Heston.
(fr) wrote: A mix between a Frankenstein story and film noir. Lon Chaney Jr. only has two lines in the whole film but he manages to carry his scenes alright. Kinda slow at points but manages to get some good thrills, especially at the end. Overall, not a bad way to waste an hour.
(br) wrote: The delights of the musical stay with you like the songs and inspire you to enjoy the closeness of family.
(mx) wrote: A very good movie, but I also found it too sad and heart-breaking to like it enough...:(
(ru) wrote: Not one of the very best Carry On films, which is surprising as it was written by Talbot Rothwell who scripted the best of them. Particularly love Charles Hawtrey and Peter Butterwoth in this one.
(kr) wrote: A rather popular 'catchphrase' of "I'll never tell" is pretty much the high point of a rather simple thriller.
(it) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(fr) wrote: So funny. Love Kristen and Josh together. Love all the suitors.