A follow-up of sorts to her infamous first efforts at documenting her life on and off stage in Truth or Dare, Madonna invites us in again, 14 years later in I'm Going to Tell You a Secret. It follows Madonna from the dancer auditions for her Re-Invention tour, to backstage behind the shows and all the real life that happens in-between. While not as titillating as her first foray into the documentary world, I'm Going to Tell You a Secret manages to combine brilliant live concert footage with an intimate portrait of the woman behind the brand. A revealing look at the woman Madonna, rather than the performer, her fans see her as a real mother and wife to her children Lourdes and Rocco and (now ex-) husband Guy Ritchie, rather than the carefree makeshift den mother we saw in Truth or Dare. I'm Going to Tell You a Secret is a must-see for any Madonna fan and it's the realest we're ever going to see La M.
Nina L (mx) wrote: The true story of a psychologically sick native American veteran analyzed by a Romanian-French psychologist. In other words, the invention of the "ethnopsychatry". I reckon it was interesting but too long and the absence of climax made the movie a bit boring.
Nathan M (ru) wrote: Interesting enough, #somethingventured is a sloppily put together documentary that simply educates about the world of venture capitalists without commenting or highlighting any deeper issue.
Jason C (nl) wrote: It's hard to know where to start with this. I'd hate to spend more time reviewing it than was spent in planning its creation so let's just suffice to say that this is terrible beyond mortal comprehension. And that Canada does a very, very bad impression of Ancient Greece. Or modern Greece for that matter. And the Pegasus only shows its wings when flying (presumably to save on CGI). And the Chimera does not meet any typical definition of a Chimera's appearance, although, in its defence, it is far and away the best actor on display. And...
Donna S (us) wrote: A lot of great things about this movie. I am a huge fan of "The Hunt for Red October" and feel Chris Pine really brought a lot to the character Jack Ryan. Kevin Costner was a great bonus in the movie.
Scott N (de) wrote: Why they can't make more films like this than the Paul W.S. Anderson live action movies is beyond me at least these animated films are faithful to the series and not raping and milking the series to death.
AD V (jp) wrote: Other than a 10 second reference to the first one it bares no other similarities, lucky for it. It's nothing great but it does have a few well done bloody moments and it's plot devices harken back to the 80's.
Faisal F (it) wrote: Obsesi yang membahayakan apalagi jika menyangkut seorang wanita cantik...
Craig B (fr) wrote: Rustin Thompson has only rose-colored glasses for the protesters and blind contempt for the Seattle police. Yes, the coppers were real wankers, especially on the morning of November 30, when they pepper-sprayed and rubber bulleted protesters who had successfully (and relatively peacefully) blocked some of the delegates from entering the Convention Center. But that afternoon, and over the next few days, I remember the protesters becoming the real wankers. Specifically, I remember the protesting coalition - if such a loose and disorganized body of people can be called a coalition - rioting, vandalizing, stealing, and provoking the police. I'm not excusing the behavior of the police. They're the professionals...they should have acted more professionally. However, the leaders of the coalition, who had apparently been planning the protest well in advance, showed no leadership when the crap finally hit the fan. I remember this fairly well because, well, I lived in Seattle and saw the thing go down. Anyway...the WTO protests were not as one-sided as Thompson would have you believe.
Matthew A (au) wrote: I stumbled upon this little gem, and instantly fell in love with it. There's a certain charm to it. Noah Taylor kicks ass. A+
Christopher B (ru) wrote: Excellent biopic in the spirit of those 1940s propaganda flicks.
Brian B (br) wrote: Five stars hands down!
cory A (ag) wrote: This is the Worst movie i have ever seen in my life i hate to say it i love adam sandler but this movie SUCKED srry adam :(
Chris P (ag) wrote: An intelligent look at racism (unlike Crash). The barbershop scene is great for so many reasons.
Carla V (de) wrote: Tim Roth portrays his role brilliantly, just the storyline was too weak.
Shaun B (gb) wrote: One of Hammer's best films especially when compared to Hitchcock-like suspense and thrills. It may be a bit obvious to the most jaded of viewers but I have no qualms in claiming that this is a movie picture to be seen.
Weul S (kr) wrote: A family's faith is tested when a farmer's son believes he is Jesus & his daughter-in-law dies during childbirth. A family's faith is replenished when the Jesus son resurrects his brother's dead wife.
Dan H (gb) wrote: It was worth a watch, kinda funny.