Anderson Silva is the deadliest man on the planet - The longest-reigning UFC Champion, and the most feared fighter in mixed martial arts. Like Water offers a unique perspective of the living legend as he trains with fellow fighters Lyoto "The Dragon" Machida, Junior Dos Santos, and Antonio "Minotauro" Nogueira, in preparation for his career defining title defense against challenger, and arch villain Chael Sonnen. A man of few words, Anderson Silva walks the fine line between cockiness and confidence. A philosopher in spirit, and dedicated family man, Silva's personality contradicts that of Sonnen's, who uses trash talk and intimidation to get under his opponents' skin. Balancing family and fighting; respect for the sport, and rage for his opponent; Silva's mind and body will be put to the test, as first-time filmmaker Pablo Croce peels back the layers of an ultimate fighter to reveal the heart of a champion.
Writer:Ramon Lemos, Lyoto Machida, Damaso Pereira, Ed Soares
In the most brutal and often most misunderstood sport in the world, becoming a champion takes more than just blood, sweat, and tears. Like Water follows middleweight Ultimate Fighter ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bao m (gb) wrote: PS2 impresses me visually, but the story is mere crap. The brilliant acting and good chemistry between characters help a little, though.
Ash K (fr) wrote: The feels. Depressing and emotional, about what happens to wounded souls in love and marriage.
Brent F (br) wrote: John Waters telling funny anecdotes. Hey, it's pretty good.
Jerrod K (gb) wrote: Is it a game, or is it?.... lame
Jayke S (kr) wrote: another underated film..
Bill B (jp) wrote: The 9th (!!!) one of these films features the spies protecting a scientist whose computer chip mustn't fall into the hands of assassins.More Julie Strain, more explosions, more sexy assassins, I cannot stress enough that you already know if you like this type of thing.Rental?
stefn birgir s (ag) wrote: A misguided made-for-TV sequel to the original trilogy. This time, the spawn of the devil is a girl. A bestially annoying daddy's little girl, but the mother knows better. Mostly rehash with lesser actors.
Amjad A (it) wrote: I loved how this entry detailed all the backstory we didn't get from the first three instalments. It is weaker than all the others that came before it, but what it lacks in other departments, it makes up for in feeding the audience information we've been dying to know. Great cast, but the performances weren't that great. This film all in all was quite mediocre. Perkins delivers a knockout performance, and by the end he is finally cured for good and set free. A great ending to an amazingly great story.... Nothing will ever beat Hitchcock's classic from 1960.
Paul D (it) wrote: Interesting premise for a stylized comedy, although it is a couple of years too late to work alongside the novelty factor of MTV.
Nabil A (jp) wrote: BORN FREE is a MOVIE that is still an icon in its own subject about animals. It was such a monumental MOVIE in history. I saw this MOVIE 15 years back with emotional hearts even at that time. ELSE was the name of a lioness that has been made a pet by a FAMILY only till when they come to know that they had to leave the LIONESS in to the jungle for security and ANIMAL FREEDOM reasons and the emotional detachment starts! The relation with the PET of the masters is so beautifully mentioned that one starts to enjoy the relation and gets emotionally involved with them. Its just amazing to imagine how this MOVIE was shot in 1966 with such perfection! The CLIMAX scene of the MOVIE is just so touching that eventually make you almost cry with a smile at your face! In short, BORN FREE is an OLD CLASSICAL ANIMAL FLICK!
Kevin N (ag) wrote: There are few characters in the movies I've seen in my lifetime that I've connected with so deeply as this film's central protagonist, Charles. He is, for me, a perfect amalgamation of the thoughts, joys, concerns and tragedies real human beings have, the ones filmmakers don't tend to bother with because they're difficult. He is played extraordinarily by Gerard Blain. Blain and Jean-Claude Brialy, both of whom starred in Claude Chabrol's first film where they played decidedly inverse parts as these, make this one of the most excitingly acted movies of the French New Wave, even rivaling the intensity, spontaneity and fire of Jean-Paul Belmondo, who is arguably the face of the movement's acting power. This is a dark film about nasty people, the kind of real people who do mean things because mean things are interesting; they do mean things out of fear, desperation, jealousy and hatred, and Chabrol captures every character in his film- even Charles, in fleeting moments- at their animalistic worst. He is unabashedly (but unpretentiously) shrewd and mashes his characters together into small spaces, with plenty of booze, and we are invited to witness their miniature acts of violence as they rapidly fire them at each other and at themselves. Though his debut film, 'Le Beau Serge', also deals with cruelty and failure, there is something warm and loving about its environment; in it, Chabrol cannot hide his love of the rural town of Sardent, where he spent much of his childhood. In this film he takes away that sanctuary and instead plots his story in an unforgiving urban setting. Charles finds no forgiveness in his surroundings and seeks shelter instead by burying himself within its harsh confines. The film grows more ominous and violent in tone until its terrifying final minutes, where Charles gives in to the nonsensical and unpredictable brutality of life.
Rachel K (au) wrote: I love this movie too
Collin P (es) wrote: This movie isn't perfect but I really enjoyed it. It builds up a huge compassion level for the characters and actually makes you feel for them for what they're going through. The music plays along nicely with the terrific cast. Mel Gibson is truly one of the historic movie greats.