Kumaré

Kumaré

A documentary about a man who impersonates a wise Indian Guru and builds a following in Arizona. At the height of his popularity, the Guru Kumaré must reveal his true identity to his disciples and unveil his greatest teaching of all.

A documentary about a man who impersonates a wise Indian Guru and builds a following in Arizona. At the height of his popularity, the Guru Kumaré must reveal his true identity to his disciples and unveil his greatest teaching of all. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kumaré torrent reviews

Aephraim S (mx) wrote: The cinematic equivalent of reading the Huffington Post.

Barry M (ag) wrote: Dennis Quaid trades in his nice guy hero image to play what could only be described as Norman Bates on acid. There's not a piece of scenery left unchewed by Quaid in what is easily his most over the top performance to date. (Yes, even more over the top than his cameo in that Bonnie Raiit video.) Yet, Quaid's histrionics are what makes this film fun to watch. I recommend watching it ona streaming service, rather than spending real money to rent or buy it.

Aldo G (nl) wrote: Eccentric film feels like an old b-movie, with modern day sleaze bags characters. Funny in a perverse way, but none of the characters are likable which always puts a movie in a steep hole that this one can't completely climb out of.

Priyu K (ru) wrote: constipated michael caine saves a town with his trusted old fashioned values. What a guy.

Fahmi M (jp) wrote: Just a waste of time. Don't bother to watch it.

Barry C (kr) wrote: Daughter always talked about it but never wanted to watch more than once..lol

bill s (nl) wrote: The end after Jolie gets blowed up.....favorite part of an unlikable film.

Jessica H (ag) wrote: Complete horror of a film.

Brendan D (mx) wrote: Great 90s action. They don't make me this awesome anymore. Not close!! This is classic Van Damme Oh boy this kicks ass

Brian K (br) wrote: This might be Mike Leigh's best film. Alison Steadman is terrific and Jim Broadbent is equally good. Timothy Spall is hilarious as Aubrey...not to be missed.

(ru) wrote: lord knows i'm a sucker for b-horror 80's teen slashers

Niki S (fr) wrote: Perhaps I am missing something but 45 years later Gate of Flesh seems like a fetish version of an American musical, without the singing.

Scott P (gb) wrote: Teen Beach Movie was one of the guiltiest pleasures I've watched so far this year, and I can definitely understand why the main character was such a fanatic of the Beach Party movies after seeing this. It's just plain dumb fun, a live-action cartoon. Not only do you have Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello being highly charismatic people having fun in the sun, it's loaded with starpower.There's a future Bond Girl, Buddy Hackett, Don Rickles, the band behind the Pulp Fiction riff, lots of beautiful people, and L'il Stevie Wonder! I will say this though. I always wondered about that dancing girl in Teen Beach Movie, and now that I've seen Candy... yeah, that's a horrifyingly iconic role. I think Elaine Benes picked up her dance moves from her. That was terrifying.

AD V (es) wrote: An excellent performance by Lugosi but this is an extremely slow-moving snooze fest.

Sui G (ca) wrote: I saw this with my sister once in Korea, so I can't really remember what happened. I think it was cute?

Brandon W (it) wrote: Killing Season is a bad movie that is just there. There was some stuff that just so happen to be there, lots of coincidence moments. Robert De Niro is decent, but John Travolta's accent doesn't sound convincing to me and just sounds silly. Some of the stuff makes no sense like why did it take so long like 18 years just for Emil to find a file with information about Benjamin Ford and now found him? If there was a reason, that would be fine, but the script didn't answer why it took him that many years. I heard that Killing Season is historically incorrect, if Emil has a reason to go after Benjamin, they better make his past historically correct, but I'm guessing they did not. The movie wasn't really gripping to me but it wasn't to the point where I was getting bored of it. The talks were a little too much and I didn't care that much about it. Even though I didn't like it, I wasn't mad at it, it was just there like I said, and it's very forgettable to me.