A story about victims of summary executions. Three people start a strange therapy to escape their agonies.
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Grant L (jp) wrote: The film was a bit too slight although inspiring! It wasn't horrible but I think the critics overrated it! The film is refreshingly free of Hollywood junk...but they could've stretched the concept even farther! The filmmakers could've made this movie a lot better because it seemed a bit elementary and cheap! However, that doesn't mean that I didn't enjoy it!
Alexander Y (jp) wrote: Funny, original, and resonating.
Shelby T (jp) wrote: A refreshing and different look at some big political issues. It offers a glimmer of hope. Unfortunately I still don't really enjoy Spurlock.
Susan H (gb) wrote: A poignant, beautifully crafted movie and a memorable experience.
Pernilla W (au) wrote: Drama. How come intelligent ppl think drug is magic wonderstuff? Brothers bond.
Philip V (es) wrote: Loved it although it was a little bit weird at first seeing two van damme's beat each other up. LoL
Michael H (kr) wrote: He learned almost too late that man is a feeling creature, and, because of it, the greatest in the universe. He learned too late for himself that men have to find their own way, to make their own mistakes. There can't be any gift of perfection from outside ourselves. And when men seek such perfection, they find only death, fire, loss, disillusionment, the end of everything that's gone forward. Men have always sought an end to the toil and misery, but it can't be given, it has to be achieved. There is hope, but it has to come from inside, from man himself.
chris w (br) wrote: it fails in creating a romantic atmosphere but succeeds in its creativity.
Charles P (au) wrote: You'll be delighted, perhaps a bit frightened, and you'll be scratching invisible itches for a long time.
Benjamin H (jp) wrote: Although not faithful to the superior novel, Lord of the Flies is able to depict the descent from hierarchy to anarchy in a much more interesting and brutal manner than the 1963 adaptation. My greatest disappointment was how little the film focus on Ralph's character.
Marion R (ru) wrote: Santa Claus, The Devil and Merlin. If that doesn't sound like a recipe for a bad film! Okay, it is pretty bad, but such fun when mocking it.
Kevin R (us) wrote: Ma ain't selling The government is building dams on the Tennessee River to generate electricity causing several small islands to be flooded. The government arranges for housing and moves for the people on the islands and send officials to walk the locals through the process. On one particular island, the people have no ambition to move. How can the government official convince the locals to uproot to a new home and way of life? "Nobody wants to be put underwater permanently." Elia Kazan, director of A Streetcar Named Desire, East of Eden, On the Waterfront, Splendor in the Grass, Baby Doll, A Face in the Crowd, and Panic in the Streets, delivers The Wild River. The storyline for this picture is very fascinating and contained numerous intriguing characters. I loved the subplots and delivery of the love story. The acting was excellent and the cast includes Lee Remick, Frank Overton, Jo Van Fleet, and Montgomery Clifton. "You can't get enough of me now, can you?" I came across this picture while DVR'ing Kazan pictures. I had never heard of this picture but the premise sounded interesting. I really enjoyed the chess matches between the characters and thought the overall outcome was fulfilling. This isn't Kazan's best picture but it is definitely worth your time. "Sam won't sell his dog and I won't sell my land I've pored my heart's blood into." Grade: B