While shooting a Halloween news story on horror writer H.P. Lovecraft, reporter Rebecca Marsh discovers that the "fiction" Lovecraft wrote is actually true and the creatures and cults described in his writings really exist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In Search of Lovecraft
While shooting a Halloween news story on horror writer H.P. Lovecraft, reporter Rebecca Marsh discovers that the "fiction" Lovecraft wrote is actually true and the creatures and cults described in his writings really exist.
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Jason T (mx) wrote: Blair witch is pretty much a remake of the Blair witch Project from 1999. The problem with this movie is it doesn't offer enough surprises. The last part of the film is good but until then we are treated with characters yelling at each other, shots of the forest, and things that go boom in the night. It's not very scary and the over abundance of jump scares get old. If you absolutely loved the original you may find this amusing but it's just another disposable found footage films that tries to be creepy.
Jerry K (au) wrote: "Orchestra of Exiles" tells a remarkable, miraculous and thrilling story of the birth of the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra and its visionary, talented founder, Bronislaw Huberman.Director Josh Aronson skillfully blends archival footage with staged scenes with actors and added commentary by Itzhak Perlman, Zubin Mehta, Pinchas Zuckerman, Joshua Bell and original symphony members and family members.Tension is built as Huberman assembles top flight Jewish musicians from Nazi occupied Europe and gives them their ticket to freedom.This is as unforgettable a documentary as "Watermarks" and "One Survivor Remembers." Bravo!
Justin C (us) wrote: It happens to be an action filled movie that was great.
Suy E (mx) wrote: Gripping tale and brilliant acting.
Private U (es) wrote: Enjoyed pretty much everything about this film - mildly eccentric characters, genuine love of music, quirky and oftentime humorous albeit accurate depiction of life in China all rolled into one. It even made me cry a little!
bill s (ag) wrote: Enough material for half an hour stretched out over an hour forty five minutes.
Daniel D (it) wrote: Jeremiah cansa da cidade e vai morar nas montanhas... caando e lidando com os ndios que l vivem... o mesmo acaba casando com uma ndia sem querer e arrumando um garoto... porm quando o mesmo acaba passando por um cemitrio indigena, desrespeita as regras da tribo e acabam matando sua familia... e por isso ele vai atrs dos ndios e acaba matando-os... os ndios tambm querem se vingar e mandam ndios para mat-lo, porm o kra foda e acaba sobrevivendo e no final acaba fazendo uma trgua com o paj!
Tsvetina V (jp) wrote: A fabulous couple acting!
Alden W (ru) wrote: Vindola de vuelta, me encontr con algunas inconveniencias: sent demasiada presin de Ford tratando de romantizar a Doc Hollywood, y la peli tiene como un bache en el medio en que la trama no se mueve y no parece pasar mucho. Pero sigue siendo una de mis pelis favoritas. Cuando el tiroteo del OK corral termina, un protagonista perdi su vida, y el otro saluda secamente (en la versin de Ford ni siquiera con un beso) y se va hacia el horizonte. Nadie los celebra, nadie los llora y tampoco viene nadie a explicar que hicieron lo correcto. Es al espectador al que le toca expresar las conclusiones y emociones. Y yo encontr que tena unas cuantas. Dijo Bogdanovich: 'la puesta en escena tiene proporciones mticas, pero tambin se siente absolutamente autntica'. As veo integralmente a la pelcula.
Elliott F (ag) wrote: Olivia de Havilland's excellent performance elevates this soppy tale of hot potato with babies. She is quietly devastating as she watches her only son grow up in somebody else's hands, never to know that she is his real mother. Occasionally touching but altogether too confused to know what it wants to say, To Each His Own is a decent way to spend two hours, if only for de Havilland's wonderful Oscar-winning turn.
Carol K (kr) wrote: Absolutely loved this movie. Stupid critics.