The critically acclaimed documentary film Hidden Colors 3 has been the number one best selling documentary on Amazon.com for over two months. In which, filmmaker Tariq Nasheed explores the topics of race, racism, and history within the United States. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hidden Colors 3: The Rules of Racism
Filmmaker Tariq Nasheed explores the topics of race, racism, and history within the United States.
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Krystal G (au) wrote: Justin Timberlake is a better actor than Jeff Bridges!
Steve T (es) wrote: OK - this is not a movie designed to be showcased at Cannes or win an Academy Award. It is a sports comedy - that simple. You should always ask yourself when reviewing a movie designated to a specific audience if it did its job of doing so. If your intended audience is 70's nostalgic, Will Ferrell fans who are old enough to remember the ABA and love basketball - then YES! The movie does a great job of ripping on small market/minor sports media. Certainly not Will Ferrell's best movie - but definitely not his worst.
Terescynska M (nl) wrote: funny and witty, there's no more I could say.
Daniel S (gb) wrote: Surprised I'd never seen this one until now, very humorous and enjoyable.
Kristina T (de) wrote: this was one of the movies that truly impressed me, but i don't think i could watch it again. i saw it a long time ago, because a friend of my friend plays one of the main characters (the cast is not professional which some people see as the biggest disadvantage) and the way i felt after watching it can't be described. a great movie, but very very depressive and sad (especially the end).
othman b (ca) wrote: perfect movie action
Zachary L (mx) wrote: Classic Stephen Chow as you would come to expect from the master. Not heavy on the plot with a couple different stories going on involving the emperor and Chow's character. The inventions and general wackiness is all very funny at times, though not clever enough for me to rate this in the top 5 Chow comedies. Overall worth seeing though for some laughs.
Eric H (ag) wrote: Just during the beginning of the movie I realized it was not what I expected, step by step I got closer to understanding what movie it was. Emotional factor is very strong, it's not an easy film to watch, and it's not for everyone.Because this story develops slowly. Acting is perfect, the atmosphere is somewhat surreal and in the end it feels macabric and depressive. Still it's something what is quite natural for Yimou Zhang, just perhaps stronger than in most of his other movies. 'Raise the Red Lantern' is a masterpiece of film-making, and considering the fact it was made 24 years ago (it's not such a short time in the fast developing world of technologies) it is even more stunning. Simply adorable and incredible
Jacob B (ru) wrote: I patiently waited for some laughs, but most of them aren't funny, although there are some chuckles here and there.
Jason S (it) wrote: its a pretty good nicolas cage movie
Jeremy B (es) wrote: Amazing very funny I laughed so hard I was crying a must see movie
Tony G (ru) wrote: Substandard; Roberts overacts; Rourke overbroods; predictably plotted; haphazardly directed. Other than Page, no one bothered to realistically convey emotion.
stefano l (kr) wrote: If you manage to go over the question "Why?" that comes in your mind after you have read the title of this movie, and you don't have prejudices of any kind, well, I think you can also arrive to enjoy it. In fact is a well made movie, even funny in my opinion. Also because the idea of adding zombies to Pride and Prejudice is so silly that it can only be good, or terrible.