In The Devil's Courthouse. Pray... you're not judged. Siblings, Leah and Steve, are forced to confront their strained relationship with each other as they and a small group of friends and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In the Devil's Courthouse
In The Devil's Courthouse. Pray... you're not judged. Siblings, Leah and Steve, are forced to confront their strained relationship with each other as they and a small group of friends and ...
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Nick P (jp) wrote: just as good as the first one
Paul B (ag) wrote: A documentary on the genius that is RayHarryhausen - charting the history of his film making to his wide ranging and titanic influence this is a great, adoring documentary about a cinematic icon
Cameron G (fr) wrote: This is an absolutely dreadful film. There are hilariously bad moments, disappointing celebrity cameos and terrible plot flaws e.g Despite Henry living in London, there are only two schools which he can attend.
Viona O (de) wrote: I dont usually like Korean comedy movies, but this one is different. The three stars act really well. The scenario is good too. Love it!
visu r (jp) wrote: plz post the link for meeeeee
Matthew Z (ag) wrote: Faith has been made complicated in the 21st Century. It is economic. It is sociological. It is classist. Above all, it is politicized. Christ's message has been manipulated and warped so that people can justify hate with His words. Mention of the Republican party or the Right will undoubtedly conjure images of frenzied worshipers, people shouting in tongues, and probably Rick Santorum. How many votes in this election will be made with a spiritual basis? Belief has been exorcised from political discourse. It's like your "personal life," something you leave behind when going to work. For many, Christianity has been made a joke - a punchline that everyone knows will never land. It's mental segregation. A religious conviction has been made into shorthand for particular socioeconomic ideas. And wrongly so. Educated liberals offer factual objections to the most basic assumptions in the Holy Bible. In fact, the simple virtue of education has been politicized as well. Believing in a God is now associated with being stupid or uneducated. All of this is equally upsetting. It makes AU HASARD BALTHAZAR so vital. The Christ imagery is not hard to see. BALTHAZAR is about the eponymous donkey and his struggles. It is a touching arrangement of image after image, sound and story. Bresson was a French Catholic and, like those of us with a strong faith, couldn't leave his convictions at home. In art, this fact somehow becomes a virtue again. Bresson's tale is full of impeccable photography and a tremendous script. The pictures are so astoundingly crisp and focused that Bresson teaches us where to look with less labor than Hollywood is every able. It's so subtle, but we have been trained to lie with depth, especially now as we are dancing with three dimensions. He famously said that the only way to photograph was from close and in front. At times, this consistency is redundant, not beautiful, but only when employed in rapidly edited passages. Most of the time, however, his photography is sublime - perhaps more evocative of the Italian school than other contemporary French work. In addition, there is a magnificent script, spending a gorgeous majority in silence, respecting the potential of the image. It owes equally to the formality of mass and the subdued ecstasy in Dostoyevsky. So many remark on Bresson's radiant visual style, but he also makes thoughtful use of sound. Some noises, like a cricket or a creaky wheel will gradually migrate from peripheral to dominating. He constructs these tableaus in layers, but unimposing ones. They are simple, but never insulting. His discipline informs the counterpoint rather than eliminating it. A difficult film, but entirely rewarding. Don't ignore the religious imagery and symbolism. Instead, appreciate the intimacy between Bresson and his material.
Cory B (br) wrote: One of the worst movies I've seen. Ask Jonathan Duncan.
Robin D (kr) wrote: I think this was one of John Candy's last films.
Chris H (de) wrote: I'm a big Cronenberg fan, so I like all of his films, but this is probably among his least best. It's not bad. I have no idea why he chose to put a porn star in the lead role.
Clarissa C (fr) wrote: it had it's cute moments.
Ryan M (kr) wrote: Wow, low budget but effective zombie film. Cillian Murphy is top notch!
Daniel B (it) wrote: Nazis that speak with a british accent took a good few minutes to get used to. Also, Tom Cruise should not be in this film. I thought it was a little boring for quite a while too. The second half was a little better. It was ok. I doubt i will ever watch it again
Phil H (jp) wrote: Believe it or not but this is actually a decent cop thriller starring Shakur and Belushi! two dirty cops trying to lie their way out of killing an undercover detective by framing a homeless man.The premise is fine yet unoriginal but its handled well, both Belushi and Shakur play their roles well and you do get immersed in the tension as they get deeper in doo doo. You know what's gonna happen to be honest but its a fun ride watching it unfold.Dennis Quaid plays the homeless man but I dunno why really, his role isn't really a big deal despite it being an important part of the story and Quaid seems to be sleep walking his way through it, I think this must have been his sparse acting period.Surprisingly good thriller, Belushi shows he can actually play it straight from time to time plus Lela Rochon is scorchingly hot :)