Leaving Fear Behind
Leaving Fear Behind (in Tibetan, Jigdrel) is a documentary shot by Dhondup Wangchen and Golog Jigme, two Tibetans from inside Tibet, who longed to bring Tibetan voices to the Beijing Olympic Games. With the global spotlight on China as it rises to host the XXIX Olympics, Tibetans wish to tell the world of their plight and their heartfelt grievances against Chinese rule.
- Director:Dhondup Wangchen,
- Writer:Dhondup Wangchen
Leaving Fear Behind (in Tibetan, Jigdrel) is a documentary shot by Dhondup Wangchen and Golog Jigme, two Tibetans from inside Tibet, who longed to bring Tibetan voices to the Beijing ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: You are hard-pressed to find another feature animator that can so easily delve into absurdism and break your heart simultaneously with his images. The animation in this is at times breathtaking . . . Bill Plympton called this a departure from his other feature, specifically his last the brilliantly absurdist HAIR HIGH, in it's approach to style and theme, going back to a more mono-chromatic animation and more muted colors . . . and successfully I might add. It's operatic in it's story and structure and like an opera it tears at you and stays with you as you leave the theater!!!
(mx) wrote: Despite the mediocre story and cliched filmmaking, Solomon Kane remains an entertaining action piece powered by James Purefoy's excellent performance.
(gb) wrote: Lacks creativity and depth.
(gb) wrote: Heartbreaking. Paul greengrass berlin winner hits all the right buttons and james Nesbitt is genius
(it) wrote: Michael Dudikoff is back. Is better this way than with that anonimous actor from the sequel. :)
(us) wrote: My boy Rowdy Roddy Piper is the famous Sam Hell in another post-apocalypse world. Instead of being worshiped for being Hulk Hogan's biggest enemy and bagpipe expert, Piper is worshiped for having sperm, which is about as rare as a wrestler who can act! Most of the men are dead from the apocalypse and only a some women can have kids anymore, so you would think Sam Hell is in "repopulate-the-world-orgy" heaven, right? Wrong! There are giant fucking frog mutants that kidnap sexy human women for ransom, and only Hell and a few of his bitches can save them. Hell ends up going to Frogtown as the movie title promised, and claiming his stable of baby-makers, but the frogs fight him at every turn like a futuristic WWE event. The action is as cheap as it gets, but I did get some laughs out of this shit. Maybe they should do a big budget reboot? What do you think about Avatar II - Na'vi Comes to Frogtown? You're welcome, James Cameron, I just gave you a billion dollar idea!
(mx) wrote: Just a lot of fun, and a terrific musical coda "Tonight Is What It Means to Be Young".
(nl) wrote: Craptastic B-movie movie action with outrageously dressed knights. Heavy on the martial arts movie inspiration
(gb) wrote: Doesn't look like Kubrick's best, but it still looks decent enough.
(kr) wrote: One last time. With a young Keenan Wynn and a younger Dean Stockwell.
(au) wrote: Charming Christmas-time movie with Stanwyck and MacMurray lighting up the screen before they teamed up for Double Indemnity.
(es) wrote: Saw this some time ago and it was almost forgettable.
(fr) wrote: Mall Cop is exactly what I expected. A screwball, brainless, but funny comedy. There is no deep, dark theme or message in this film and that's fine. I wasn't expecting one. What's disappointing, however, is that the comedy is unoriginal and boring, despite the interesting premise of a supermarket security man. Particularly with the talent of Kevin James (well known from the show, King of Queens), Mall Cop could have been an excellent film. Unfortunately, it's only average and thus quite forgettable.However, James himself gives a committed and exciting performance. He does his best to squeeze whatever entertainment value he can out of the materials given to him and he thus a relatively good job for most of the film. Kevin James is one of those actors one can't help but like, regardless of what role he's in. Paul Blart certainly isn't the most interesting or fulfilling role he could have taken, but James makes this film a watchable, if not groundbreaking, picture.