Reverend Huie Rogers is a preacher at the Bible Way Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ in Brooklyn. He is the topic of this short film, during which launches into an epic call-and-response denunciation of human hubris, greed, corruption and failure. The use of lengthy shots present it less like a sermon and more a performance, and induce an almost trance-like state. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Tim L (ag) wrote: pretty damn funny. i think i'll have some scotch with a splash of scotch
Amber P (es) wrote: Why was this movie so wonderful! This post is late, but I was still late as shit watching it. This a beautiful tale about how an artist can start believing their own hype to the point of self destruction. It's okay to change with the times if you're open to it. And most all done silently. It's a beautiful story of man versus man. Even when there are people holding you up, there's always going to be you. If you don't believe in yourself, then there's nothing else that can be done. Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo do an exceptional job with the Hollywood of yesteryear and show you how much fame can be fleeting. But, just the right spark can put you back on top!
Andrew P (it) wrote: I liked the added ending, it feeds a little more into the Riddick universe then the theatrical ending does
Jess A (us) wrote: this looks so cool i so whant to see it
Ashley C (fr) wrote: Somehow I completely missed seeing this during my late teen neo-hippie period. My reactions were all over the map, from grooving to the more intense performances, to yawning at the more nebulous ones (and occasionally resenting the fact that they played a part in spawning some of the vapid jam bands from the '90s), to lamenting that I hadn't seen the film at an earlier age and at an earlier time, when Pete Townsend smashing his guitar, Jimi Hendrix burning his gear, and Ravi Shankar performing a blistering Indian raga were new and revelatory experiences. Wonderful audience reaction shots during that last, ranging from awe to understanding to sheer boredom. An unintentional shiver at seeing a Hell's Angel in attendance, given events that would occur just a couple years later.
Russell H (it) wrote: I liked Exorcist The Beginning slightly better. Not entirely sure why we needed two versions of this film.
Trey W (mx) wrote: The Smurfs is a movie about the smurf gang going to New York. What is wrong with this children's flick is that this relies too much on comedy than the storyline. Next is the bad cgi animation. The Smurfs may be funny and childish but this is ultimately forgettable. Complete utter crap.