This film, is directed by Rob LaDuca and Robert C. Ramirez, follows Joseph who has a mysterious talent. Joseph is traded on an illegal human trafficking by his own brothers. After rescuing Egyptian Pharaoh, he is rewarded and becomes wealthy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Joseph: King of Dreams
In this animated retelling of the story from the Bible's Book of Genesis, Joseph's gift of dream interpretation and his brilliantly colored coat inspires jealousy in his brothers.
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Karla S (fr) wrote: This doc was fantastic. Must-see for social justice educators.
Tim M (es) wrote: Korea gets into the blind swordsman game. Late 16th century and surprise! Japan is attacking Korea. At the same time a rebel tries to overthrow the Korean monarchy and the son of a concubine finds his way. There is some sweet chanbara, lots of drama and good direction.
Ashley H (fr) wrote: Bad Teacher is a disappointing film. It is about a lazy, incompetent middle school teacher who hates her job. Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel give terrible performances. The script is badly written. Jake Kasdan did a horrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
Fong K (mx) wrote: Jean-Pierre Jeunet's caper comedy reproaching weaponry trafficking is a fiddling piece of juvenile fantasy fiction that could be from the makers of HOME ALONE.
Sam M (us) wrote: Tokyo Sonata tells the story of a changing Japanese economy, social culture and employment culture and it effects on family. It captures the feeling of each character and the whole depressive atmosphere of Tokyo very well.
Ahmed K (ag) wrote: I loooooooooooooooooove it
Kjetil S (de) wrote: Big pile of shit! cant belive I actually saw half of this movie. I rater watch a tree grow,than to see this shit again.
Sean F (de) wrote: A singular SUV creeps along the highway, swerving every once in awhile, just a little bit, just enough to be noticed. The cop car doesn't take long to pull it over. In the driver's seat is a man crushing a beer can, with a two-day growth of beard. "Hey, Duane," says the officer, "I get off in two hours, why don't you come with me, we'll have your car towed home." Duane agrees, and starts following the officer. He stops to open the back door of his vehicle."What else ya got in there?" asks the officer."My daughter."So begins Duane Hopwood, a story about drinking and families that will break your heart in just about every scene. The opening scene, all by itself, is a masterpiece, and makes the movie worth seeing.Duane, played by David Schwimmer, gets his liscense taken away by a very generous judge. He's forced to ride his bike to work every night at the casino in Atlantic City. He fears that he will lose his kids. He is still in love with his ex-wife, Linda (Janeane Garofalo). He loses his job because of an unlucky situation involving a little old lady. He can't imagine why any of this could happen to him, a nice guy and a good father.Like so many alcoholics, the answer is right in front of Duane's face, but he can't see it, because it couldn't be that. Of course not, you see, he's not a drunk. He just drinks every once in awhile, just for fun, after work, every so often. Not a problem. Nope. His life is slipping away and he's lost the means to figure out how or why.For David Schwimmer, Duane Hopwood as a home run as both a character and as a film. Too long has he been stuck in whiny nebbish roles like his character on "Friends." Schwimmer shows here that he can play a wide range of emotions and characters, and Duane Hopwood points the way to a very fruitful film career.The film is not just about him, however, but is surrounded by interesting and well-written characters. Judah Friedlander (from TV's 30 Rock) plays Anthony, Duane's best friend, and has some funny and true moments, especially when they move in together. Janeane Garofalo gives the snarky smart girl shtick a rest as Duane's ex-wife, and John Krasinski (of The Office) plays her new boyfriend. All the characters are interesting and well-rounded, and their dialogue is interesting without sounding too forcibly so.Movies like Duane Hopwood are the reasons I watch movies, and particularly independent films. When you see them, you feel like you're discovering something secret and wonderful, and you're excited to share it with friends. Duane Hopwood has the extra advantage of being useful to alcoholics, since it shows the behavior that gets them where they go. The characters in a movie like Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and Leaving Las Vegas have no doubt existed in various capacities. But if you've ever known a drunk, I mean really known one, there's a good chance you've known a Duane.
Stephanie S (au) wrote: It made my heart hurt.
Stuart P (fr) wrote: It had a few scares and Paul Walker got his kit off.
James R (ag) wrote: Probably one level under Schindler's List for being incredibly depressing. Incredible performances by Nicholson and Streep, but what did you expect from the two greatest thespians of all time acting together? Now I'm sad to say I've seen every single oscar nominated performance by Nicholson. I'm really glad they made everyones teeth yellow. I always hate when the actors have nice white teeth when they play people who would never have toothbrushes
Steve C (mx) wrote: Good concert Doc. David Byrne is a helluva performer
Joshua L (gb) wrote: There are movies that try to be cool and then there are movies that are just cool. Le Cercle Rouge is cool through and through.
Melissa M (kr) wrote: The stars go to Maggie Cheung's English subtitle - "What are you knocking for, do you think it's your mother's c***" (It's actually very funny in Cantonese, but I switched back to the Chinese subtitles after that) - and the hilarious over the top concluding fight. This is an Wuxia flick at its exaggerated best, not the pseudo-artistic excuse called Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.
Jim M (mx) wrote: A film which yields multiple readings with each unique viewing. Intriguing and philosophical piece
Pourya E (de) wrote: A rather fresh and promising set up turns soon into a cookie cutter scenario with predictable twists.