Voltaire, a 16th century author was furious that learned members of a "civilized" society could claim that the apparent senseless violence and mayhem wrought by disasters, war, disease, man's cruelty, etc. was actually only a part of some 'greater good'. After all, God (being perfect) could not 'logically' have created anything but the 'best of all possible' universes.
- Stars:Christopher Brown, Michele Miller, Jacques Herlin, José Quaglio, Steffen Zacharias, Gianfranco D'Angelo, Salvatore Baccaro, Alessandro Haber, Richard Domphe, Sonia Viviani, Carla Mancini, Lorenzo Piani, Giancarlo Badessi, Annick Berger, Giancarlo Cortesi,
- Director:Gualtiero Jacopetti, Franco Prosperi,
- Writer:Gualtiero Jacopetti (story and screenplay), Franco Prosperi (story and screenplay), Claudio Quarantotto (story and screenplay)
Voltaire, a 16th century author was furious that learned members of a "civilized" society could claim that the apparent senseless violence and mayhem wrought by disasters, war, disease, man's cruelty, etc. was actually only a part of some 'greater good'. After all, God (being perfect) could not 'logically' have created anything but the 'best of all possible' universes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Both Apatow's best and worst movie. It's hisMost mature film and there's something kind of poignant about watching Adam Sandler play a burnt out, sellout comedian (himself), but at 2 and a half hours and with far fewer laughs than his other work, it becomes tedious.
(br) wrote: A very interesting film which tells the tale of women getting ideas above their station and facing the petty male tyranny a small African village has had to endure. Dealing with the topic of female circumcision, it's hardly a light-hearted affair, but Ousmane Sembene directs with sensitivity and gives a glimpse at a culture not often represented on film. Quite watchable with good performances, the story unfolds at a leisurely pace but still manages to stay interesting.
(br) wrote: David Fincher is my favorite director, and he does great work here as expected. All the actors give great performances, with Forest Whitaker and Jared Leto as stand outs for me. It doesn't last all the way through, and the writing could use some work. But it's still good, and a must watch for Fincher fans.
(us) wrote: im lucky to own a copy of this peice of gem.
(ca) wrote: Its got some good laughs here and then, buts its Mad Dog Glory is a slow film with a script that doesn't offer enough humor and a more interesting/less predictable plot line.
(mx) wrote: I found there to be a lot of gay stereo-typing in this movie...
(nl) wrote: Not the best. I liked that it had Maria Bello in it. The plus of the movie (-: That is all.
(nl) wrote: Its old but it's gold and still wonderful to watch.
(ag) wrote: Amazing all around. Great cast, story and acting. Rourke's finest moment.
(ag) wrote: Saw on Netflix, one of the first releases under the Disney/Netflix exclusive streaming agreement. I really liked it, it was intense, sometimes confusing when being thrown around by the sea, but not difficult to follow. It's also mostly accurate to the incredible true story - Miriam's part is pretty much a huge embellishment to include a strong female presence in a story involving only men, she was actually bedridden with the flu and already married at the time. Other differences aren't very significant. I also appreciated how Chris Pine played Bernard, who seemed to have a very different personality from other parts I've seen him play and probably himself. He never reminded me of his previous characters.