Inside the Freemasons: The Grand Lodge Uncovered
Are the Freemasons a secret society? Or a society with secrets? What are their rituals all about? What does it look like inside a Lodge? In this film we take you inside the Grand Lodge of England with unique footage of the various rooms, symbols and tools of the Craft. Listen to a rare interview with John Hamill, the Communications Director of the United Grand Lodge of England. Prepare for an unprecedented insight into the often mysterious world of the Freemasons. Whether you are a Freemason or a Conspiracy Theorist, this film will help you understand the role of Freemasons in our society.
Are the Freemasons a secret society? Discover inside the Grand Lodge of England with unique footage of the various rooms, symbols and tools of the Craft. Prepare for an unprecedented adventure into the mysterious world of the Freemasons. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Inside the Freemasons: The Grand Lodge Uncovered torrent reviews
(us) wrote: For some reason, I had been expecting a comedy musical in the style of The Book of Mormon. Boy -- was I wrong! This is a serious play (with many comedic moments) about the isolation of gays in society and injustice imposed by religion. It is undoubtedly the most effective translation of a live play to film that I have ever seen, and for that, the director gets big points. Although I was slow to warm to it, I did eventually become invested in the characters and was moved nearly to tears by the end. It has an excellent script with some very fine acting, particularly from the veteran actors. I recommend this film to those who are not uncomfortable with challenging their beliefs, culture and religion.
(mx) wrote: Quite enjoyable. I found it to be like a British senior citizen version of Death Wish!
(au) wrote: Another road tripmovie
(ca) wrote: An unbelievably important film about an unbelievably important woman.Cynthia McKinney is one of the few public figures in this country who actually works for the people, rather than echoing empty sentiments.Want a point by point primer on the ways your government lies and cheats you?Want to see up close and personal the ugly true face of your owners and masters?Want to see what happens when someone tries to bring the truth to a public angrily shoving their heads in the sand?Watch this film. I challenge anyone not to fucking cry during the footage from the 1960s march. The only way to tell the difference between then and now is that now the film is in color.
(mx) wrote: Decent direct to DVD Batman movie with good voice work and story, and it is always nice to hear Kevin Conroy as Batman.
(au) wrote: I, Robot provides a fun mystery with a few predictable, but interesting, turns. The mystery aspect is clever enough to keep you guessing without frustrating you to the point of taking you out of the movie. You'll care about it right up until the point you realize that the movie is actually a summer blockbuster and your thinking cap should be put on the backburner while you're bombarded with one action scene after the next.Outside of the movie's decent attempt at having a brain, I, Robot has a few other redeeming qualities that at least keep it in the neighborhood of a Folding Clothes Movie. Yes, Will Smith's solid performance is worth a mention, but ladies first. I have to show some love for Adrian Ricard playing the role of Granny. In her short-but-sweet time onscreen, she was every bit as entertaining and funny as Smith was. There's a special place in my heart for actors/actresses that can maximize their time, however long it may be and she certainly accomplished that mission.Taking place in 2035 Chicago, I think director Alex Proyas does a solid job of giving us a glimpse into what our future could look like. Interactive holographic messages can converse with you based on a predetermined conversation. Vertical parking garages free up space on the ground for Americans to build more nonsense. Self-driving cars allow you to kick back and read a book during your drive home. These little touches give the film that extra sci-fi touch that helps add to its magic and intrigue.And, yes, Will Smith did his thing as troubled detective Del Spooner. He has a certain charisma and energy that translates well onscreen. Not only is he funny (although over-the-top at times), but the emotion he is able to evoke provides for some pretty strong moments. There's one moment in particular where he's explaining how he came to have such a dislike for robots. This is a turning point for the viewer as you finally start to understand why Spooner seems to always have his guard up.There are a few corny moments that take you out of the enjoyment of the film at times. I don't know if Smith just has an awkward body because he's tall, but some of the special effects sequences involving him seemed stiff and unbelievable. In one scene, you'll find him surfing over debris on a door. Let that sink in for a moment...I could stop there and you would probably get my point, but there's one more moment that really sticks out: There's a scene where Smith is in a tunnel being attacked by robots. After getting a little bit of breathing room, he picks up the biggest weapon he could find, turns to the robots, and yells at the top of his lungs, "Come on!" Cheddar. Mozarella. Gorganzola. Take your pick, it was cheesy.I, Robot is the story of a man trying to get to the bottom of a murder that he is convinced was done by robots. What he discovers could end up being even worse than his original fears. It's a film that won't change your world, but is worth a watch for a good two hours of escape. I give it a 76.
(nl) wrote: good indy check this one out
(kr) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!
(au) wrote: On of the few movies Robin Williams is in that I can stand.
(kr) wrote: The movie itself almost feels like a series of shock value scenes, but it's worth seeing for Harvey Keitel's performance; he really puts his all into portraying a character that many actors would not want to be associated with.
(ru) wrote: I stopped watching this movie about 20 minutes into it. I'm afraid the prolonged, self-indulgent scene of him in emotional confusoin and agony was just too boring and not enjoyable enough to continue watching.
(mx) wrote: 2015-09-20 watched half one day, still confused about who and what. watched rest and still confused in the end. maybe we missed the first hour that gave all of the background in the bio? First we saw her, she was escaping from a medical research facility at 16.
(us) wrote: Yes good. Bit heavy on the morals. Great visually too.
(ru) wrote: Pelcula cmica en la cual un chico es obligado a casarse con la mujer de sus sueos, hija de un mafioso y eso si, sin poder tocarla, es bastante entretenida hasta la mitad de la pelcula donde se hace absurdamente predecible y sin nada de gracia...para ver en casa
(ru) wrote: The production is lazy, the acting sloppy and the Martin Lawrence performance a bit too much, but the laughs are real and constant.