Poor, hungry peasant Macario longs for just one good meal on the Day of the Dead. After his wife cooks a turkey for him, he meets three apparitions, the Devil, God, and Death. Each asks him to share his turkey, but he refuses all except Death. In return, Death gives him a bottle of water which will heal any illness. Soon, Macario is more wealthy than the village doctor, which draws the attention of the feared Inquisition

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Cigs J (kr) wrote: Director: Yannis VaragdisWith Sebastian Koch, John CleeseIt is a dramatization of the life of a Greek historical figure - Ioannis Varvakis (1745-1825). He began as a 17 year old pirate on the Aegean, attacking Turkish merchant ships for booty and much praised by his fellow Greek countryman, who at the time were under the oppressive yoke of the Ottoman Empire. His fame brings him to the attention of Catherine the Great of Russia who hires him to open up the Caspian Sea for Russian-Ottoman trade. There he prospers, first with simple fish then gains exclusive rights to trade in caviar. He discovers a way to preserve the fish eggs allowing them to be carried to distant markets. Many Honours are bestowed upon him by Catherine and soon he is a millionaire. He is also a great philanthropist and invests in schools in Greece and a monastery.The one thing that baffles me is the inaccuracy in the story of Tzar Paul - Catherine became the ruler of Russia after the assassination of Paul - she was married to him! How could the script writers get this detail wrong?Years pass successfully, but he hankers to go back to Greece once more and after the death of his grown up son, he gives his wealth over to his daughter who is with him in Russia and travels back to Greece to help in the 1821 revolution and civil war. Once again he is seen as a hero in the country but is too divisive a figure for the new government to handle. Thus he is kept in isolation on a remote British Greek island Zakynthos, where he eventually dies.It is too sentimental at times - the character is obviously well regarded by the director. It also flips fairly quickly through the episodes of his life so the film is effectively a sketch rather than an exploration of an extraordinary character.

Kavin R (ag) wrote: A good entertaining movie

Joel A (gb) wrote: A powerful, soul searching Documentary showing two mens incredible ordeal climbing the un-climbable pass in Peru.Although this was trying to Joe it was Simon who truly went through seemingly the most any man can go through, a true emotionally captivating survival story.The documentary had all the elements working for it, great interviews, great re-enactment footage, great music & it just sucks you in within minutes.This film captures so many facets of Simon's battle, the elements firstly, the mental, physical & also spiritual elements of the journey he went on.This is an unmissable documentary that shows the power of determination & ultimately hope....

Buggy B (mx) wrote: with nods to both roman holiday and it happened one night this delightful comedy follows the presidents teen daughter Mandy Moore after she runs away from her secret service detail in Prague, then is charmed by an older brit.

Pablo C (au) wrote: No s qu se le pueda criticar a esta cinta. Impresionante desde todo punto de vista

Sgt C (it) wrote: (63%)As far as 1950's monster movies go that deliver plenty of mayhem, carnage, and fun then this is one of the very best of the lot. Absent are long drawn out dry scenes usually found in these movies slowing everything down that aren't really needed, and instead in its place the pacing is quite swift with the monster actually being present on screen for a good degree of screen time. The plot is simple stuff centred around an Italian boy selling off an alien egg found washed up on the beach, and the resulting ever growing lizard monster on the loose causing havoc wraps up the plot. All fans of monster movies need to give this a look for the sheer entertainment value.

Jarryd R (br) wrote: wanna see it i cant wAIT LOL !!!

Alexander Z (jp) wrote: You know, I know this film was trying to do nothing but be uplifting and whitewash the horrors of war, but I was enjoying it. Problem is, it just kept hitting the audience over the head with the schmaltz. There's a tipping point, right around where our main character disobeys an order and magically saves the day and is pardoned, where the clichs finally begin to override the enjoyment.

Oliver N (au) wrote: A thoroughly gripping horror flick, it lays the foundations for 'found-footage movies,' even with slightly weak narrative and flaws (which were built upon in future entries in the series). Strongest one so far.Verdict: B+