Holy Joe

Holy Joe

MAN OF MIRACLES is a Christian treatment of the lives of beleaguered but ordinary Joe Cass (John Ritter of TV sitcom THREE'S COMPANY)...

MAN OF MIRACLES is a Christian treatment of the lives of beleaguered but ordinary Joe Cass (John Ritter of TV sitcom THREE'S COMPANY)... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Holy Joe torrent reviews

Byron B (us) wrote: won recognition as a best picture by NBR

Todd R (us) wrote: a very compelling and powerful look at people's hidden emotional states. great acting and well put together. i love the scene especially were toni colette visits the housewife and they do this facade then expose their emotional selves but then revert right back to the facade.

Chad R (us) wrote: Honest and touching, Still Mine will tug on the strings of your heart.

Andy G (kr) wrote: paranormal whacktivity is ok parody film about couple having problems in bedroom and trying to get rid of demon. C(2013)

Danielle B (fr) wrote: Check this out if you get the chance and enjoy historically based movies.

Gimeleen d (gb) wrote: good movie yet scary

F B (kr) wrote: Superb, powerful and realistic film. Probably one of the best battle films of recent years.

Alexander C (fr) wrote: Another dance movie. very energetic yet it feel like its been done before. Like antoinio Banderas though so that ups the star rating for sure due to his charisma

Regan C (br) wrote: It was all these years later I discovered Spinal Tap and The Rocky Horror Picture Show had a legitimate, bratty, moody child--sexually ambiguous and rocking wickedly hard.

Cheryl C (de) wrote: pretty cute. funny. different seeing Patrick in his role but he was funny.

Zuhair R (mx) wrote: Quite a good thriller/action movie I'd say. This is a very good example of how much of a drastic turn your life can take if you let an unknown person into it and let them manipulate you (unconsciously).

Joetaeb D (it) wrote: Narratively confused and too quick in run time, Rock a doodle may further prove Don Bluths animation skill, but the story, characters, and voice work around them blot out his efforts

Orlok W (it) wrote: Good 80's Comedy--Candy is Dandy!!

Chuck M (it) wrote: Unflinching recount of the Vietnam war from those who lost so much to it. You may be saddened by how little we've learned as a nation over the four decades since this war ended. One of the best documentaries I've ever seen and it comes highly recommended....(extremely graphic combat and sexual content, so parental discretion is strongly advised.)

Dominic M (ag) wrote: What a strange little film. Black leather teddy boys! A May-December romance! Implied incest! Radioactive children kept prisoners in a secret underground laboratory! A worthwhile curiosity.

Lakeshia W (ru) wrote: Great 1/4? 1/4? 1/4?

Daniel A (gb) wrote: "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire", is a more then solid sequel to 2012's "The Hunger Games". "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" begins as Katniss Everdeen has returned home safe after winning the 74th Annual Hunger Games along with fellow tribute Peeta Mellark. Winning means that they must turn around and leave their family and close friends, embarking on a "Victor's Tour" of the districts. Along the way Katniss senses that a rebellion is simmering, but the Capitol is still very much in control as President Snow prepares the 75th Annual Hunger Games, The Quarter Quell, a competition that could change Panem forever. The Quarter Quell for the seventy fifth games are that the tributes will be reaped from the existing victors. Katniss must make choices that will put herself and her family in danger of being killed. She and her fellow tribute Peeta must train once again for another games, but this time they must make allies as everyone who they are fighting against know one another, Katniss and Peeta are the outsiders. The Directing in this film is very well done and very smooth. "Francis Lawrence" boosted the game from the previous film in the franchise, which was directed by "Gary Ross". The difference between the two directors is that "Francis Lawrence" is a visionary which clearly stands out in the film. "Jennifer Lawrence" once again did a fantastic job as Katniss Everdeen but unfortunately "Josh Hutcherson" didn't quiet reach the heights of the last film as Peeta Mellark and its hard to say but "Josh Hutcherson" kind of sucks in this film. "Sam Claflin" did a fantastic job playing Finnick Odair as well as "Jena Malon" Playing another secondary character Johanna Mason. Although "Jena Malons" Johanna Mason was easily a scene stealer. Which bring me to the characters, the secondary characters in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" are sensational and they have some enormous character development throughout the movie, as well as Katniss and Peeta. The Cinematography in this film couldn't get better, which is another improvement over the first movie as there is no shaky cam. "James Newton Howards" composition of the Score was amazing with the standouts being, "The Tour", "A Quarter Quell", "Lets Start" and "Arena Crumbles." There are 29 songs in the score. Lastly The Special Effects in this film are very good in some parts but noticeable in other parts. Overall "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" improved enormously over its predecessor with better acting by "Jennifer Lawrence", smooth directing by "Francis Lawrence", great characters and good special effects. I give 2013's "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" a 10/10.

Dylan D (jp) wrote: The Last of Robin Hood is a disappointingly uneven movie that never cares to explore the darker, more intimate details of an illicit relationship, at least not within the relationship itself. While that implies a certain level of comfort with it, the movie largely glosses over almost everything in the Flynn-Beverly romance and leaves the deeper pieces to outside characters, particularly in Susan Sarandon's Florence, the movie's best character by a large margin and, in turn, the best-played part. The Last of Robin Hood seems otherwise happy to simply throw the story on the screen and hope for the best, yielding a superficially intriguing but ultimately disappointingly tepid and superficial examination of one of Hollywood's most scandalous affairs.