Karol. Do Not Be Afraid
The life of Karol Wojtyla as a young priest and then young bishop in Poland since he becomes the pope.
- Stars:Luca Ward,
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DAVID S (ca) wrote: my little pony rocks
Molly R (mx) wrote: Cute Christmas movie.
Tim T (mx) wrote: THIS MOVIE KICKS ASS
Shashia G (us) wrote: This movie was tough to watch, very intense.
Private U (fr) wrote: Imagine a Christian church (pick one) that decides to fund an educational Sunday-school video to present to the children of their congregation. They write a campy little script, then hire the same people who produced the "Hercules" and "Xena" series' to film it. What you end up with is all bad, except for the sets and costumes which are surprisingly nice.
Aldo M (de) wrote: The outdoors, here, are beautiful, but it is the only one interesting thing I can see here (also the choice of music, I like): in fact, when the action moves to inside, the film drags. In other words, it is boring: the last half hour needed a real effort by me to not abandon the vision.
Daniel H (gb) wrote: A confoundingly poor action film. Plot is not usually the genre's strong suit... but in this case, it is not merely ridiculous or unrealistic, but utterly pathetic. One imagines all the high-tech bullets that whiz around during this film are responsible for this hole-riddled plot. Weak (at best) martial arts between clumsily-clad future space commandos makes one think they were on sleeping pills while fighting... and the gunplay is even more frustrating, with pistols that can apparently explode helicopters but can't keep them from resorting to knives against each other 100% of the time. I barely even want to touch on the romantic subplot that manages to be exceedingly convoluted despite its utter superficiality.Hardly worth ones time, with nearly none of its premises (a supervirus, time-travel, or sci-fi action) being even remotely delivered. All one gets are numerous closeups of the freakish bone structure of Dolph Lundgren in such varied settings as "cargo bay", "frozen cargo bay", "frozen tundra" and "corpse-strewn tundra." One might as well just look at publicity stills to receive the same excitement the film has to offer, without wasting an hour and a half of ones life.
Mark D (kr) wrote: Much of the same as the first one. Very interesting and enjoable watch. Mouth opening at times.
Ronak S (jp) wrote: go for it.....even for nat....!!
Scott A (kr) wrote: I was kind of expecting greatness from a film directed by the guy who brought us Lethal Weapon, Superman and The Goonies...but this was just kind of meh. A tad boring and uneventful.The story is great of two lovers cursed, so by day she is a Hawk, but night he turns into a wolf. Hauer and Pfeiffer are pretty good here, but Pfeiffer does get the short end of the stick and we don't really get much time with her, or get to see her character progress any.The effects look pretty awful by today's standards, but they probably weren't anything to write home about to begin with.Broderick seems out of place here. Kind of like Ferris Bueller cracking jokes in an old time setting. And the score, while great, is really out of place here. It's like the score of an 80's Police Academy type film.
Kevin G (it) wrote: There are some definite things to appreciate in this, as well as some downsides. For one, it's surprisingly honest and witty for its time and seems to be genuinely observing its characters. It helps that this lacks some of the melodramatic sensibilities of films like it around the same time. The style is spare and minimalistic, filled with long shots and close-ups. Additionally, it is at many times absent of any soundtrack, which helps increase the raw and realistic nature of it. Though the performances are a little over-the-top sometimes, as is to be expected from the time, it somehow works. The script seems to be so good at being funny and candid that it seems natural. Barbara Hershey is a massive part of its appeal, playing a perfect blend of warmth and cruelty. Richard Thomas and Bruce Davison have a great rapport with each other as well and Catherine Burns is actually really heartbreaking as Rhoda. Corny as it may be at times, it isn't afraid to venture into some brutally honest territory and portray some truly flawed characters. A major reason this works is ambiguity abounds at times, which is really great for the disillusioned and aimless approach this was trying to achieve.
Joe G (de) wrote: it's a cheesy action movie based on a game, nothing more or less, but it is cheesy in that fun way
Jeremy W (au) wrote: Without a doubt the worse movie i have ever seen. They couldn't decide whether they wanted the mosquitoes animated, claymation, or animatronic... so they used all three! I'm sure I have seen better acting on daytime soaps as well.