Life in a Day

Life in a Day

A documentary shot by filmmakers all over the world that serves as a time capsule to show future generations what it was like to be alive on the 24th of July, 2010.

What do you get when you ask the people of the world to chronicle a single day in their lives? You get 80,000 submissions, 4500 hours of footage, from 192 countries. Kevin Macdonald has taken this raw material, all shot on July 24, 2010, and created a 90-minute paean to what it means to be human in the world today. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rob A (ca) wrote: The return of Mel Gibson... This movie was different than similar movies of this kind so I give it points for originality. Unfortunately it just did not have me on the edge of my seat like it should have.

Daniel D (au) wrote: Pretty bad film. Super low budget, bad acting, and bad execution. What can you expect from the director who brought us Superman IV: The Quest For Peace and Iron Eagle.

Eylem E (ca) wrote: Holed up in a bar in the wee small hours of the morning, self-pitying Raoul (Joseph Millson) is having a "One for My Baby" moment. "The rush that music brings," he sings, "I can't deliver." The trouble with "Love Never Dies" is that while a couple of melodies deliver, the show doesn't. Andrew Lloyd Webber's sequel to "The Phantom of the Opera" wants to be a tragic romance, but it's simply torpid. Only a radical rewrite will give it even the remotest chance of emulating its predecessor. Skedded for a Nov. 11 Gotham opening, it has eight months in which to improve.

Sara B (es) wrote: I was spellbound from the first minute - this documentary is proof that fact can beat fiction any day.

Kauana O (kr) wrote: i really really want to see it

James H (gb) wrote: Slow moving drama, and not particularly cast well. Technically it is good. The photography is nice. Uninspiring and downright boring at times. perhaps different actors in the lead roles would have made a difference.

Patricio G (ru) wrote: Zatoichi es simplesa sublime. Recomendada.

John D (us) wrote: One of the best Hammer films is excellently paced and contains a fine blend of true terror with a dash of levity to lighten things up every once and a while. Cushing gives one of his best performances as the dangerously obsessed count.

Mike M (br) wrote: Snappy, hip dialogue (sexy lead female is referred to throughout as "the tah-mehta") and a top-flight old Hollywood cast make this rarity a real treat - if you can find it. Lee Marvin and the enticing Terry Moore shine. The Commies are coming - even to the Shack Out on 101. Sadly, they don't make'em like this anymore. First film for Seinfeld's "Uncle Leo."

Al H (ag) wrote: This is not another common romantic/comedy movie a la Jennifer Aniston. This is something more.

Indra W (us) wrote: Mediocre, but still enjoyable.

Andrew M (br) wrote: Wes Anderson's sophomore effort not only sets the scene for his unique visual style, but also tells a really touching story of three different souls all searching for different things. Anderson's approach to a typical teenage coming-of-age story, which focuses just as much on supporting characters as it does its lead, is a fresh take on a character who, unlike many coming-of-age protagonists, needs to realize that maybe growing up isn't something to be rushed. While it's not Anderson's funniest film, it packs plenty of laughs without ever losing sight on its sense of heart, and it's a tale that'll resonate long after the curtains close and the credits roll.