More Than Honey
With dazzling nature photography, Academy Award®–nominated director Markus Imhoof (The Boat Is Full) takes a global examination of endangered honeybees — spanning California, Switzerland, China and Australia — more ambitious than any previous work on the topic.
- Stars:Fred Jaggi, Randolf Menzel, John Miller, Liane Singer, Heidrun Singer, Zhao Su Zhang, Fred Terry, Boris Baer, Joseph MacIlvaine, André Maritz, Layne Pauly, Robert Schneider, Eric Robinson, Elisabeth Schild, Tiffany Bate,
- Director:Markus Imhoof,
- Writer:Markus Imhoof, Kerstin Hoppenhaus
An in-depth look at honeybee colonies in California, Switzerland, China and Australia. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
More Than Honey torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: The movie is entertaining enough!!!! It's a low budget horror movie...what can you say....you can catch this flick on SHOW TIME network on Cable
(ru) wrote: Eerie movie that centers around lesbianism, murder, and dancing. Both Mary Nighy and Hannah Taylor-Gordon are fine as the doomed lovers while Jacqueline Bisset is chilling and utterly loathsome as the cruel headmistress of the dancing college. Goes along nicely most of the way, but loses its momentum towards the end as none of the plot threads seem to be resolved.
(jp) wrote: This was a pretty good film to watch when you lose faith in what you thought was the meaning of life. Good story, beautiful imagery, makes you think.
(ca) wrote: A very good POW WWII movie, humanizes both sides
(es) wrote: that is a good movie all so
(gb) wrote: Confusing, dumb movie. The first few minutes it's alright but after the shooting in the abandoned mall and the capturing of the three characters, it goes extreme fast downhill. Lots of confusing scenes in the beginnning made me decide to stop the movie after 20 minutes. I've got better things to do than watching 2 hours of stupidness.
(de) wrote: Good cast. Interesting ideas.
(kr) wrote: Darkly entertaining and wickedly funny, Heathers is a prime example of retro-perfection in the teen comedy genre all due to the appealingly lovable and quirky performances from Winona Ryder and Christian Slater.
(us) wrote: classic 80's horror movie.Right down to the leading man singing in the band at the dance, and a Corey Feldman type character (played by Donna Locke) who happens to be an amateur ghostbuster (she even kind of looks like Corey...).
(mx) wrote: Tore my heart to pieces, then put it back together again. Nausicaa is without a doubt an animated triumph that everyone should experience in its original format.If ever I'd speak of inspiration and that which sparks it, that conversation will begin and end with The Valley of the Wind.
(nl) wrote: Has Jennings Lang EVER done anything good? The man who's responsible for "The Nude Bomb", "The Sting II", "Stick", "Roller Coaster" and many more 1970's flops is the "brains" behind this cheaply made sequel to "Airport". George Kennedy is brought back in all 4 "Airport" movies as Joe Patrone, but this time its Charlton Heston as the main star. He's the guy who trains other guys to fly 747's for the airlines. Here he has to be lowered into a disabled 747 that's being flown by his girlfriend, played by Karen Black. The "all-star" cast includes a LOT of TV stars instead of movie stars this time. TV second bananas Jerry Stiller, Norman Fell and Conrad Janis play a thinly disguised drunken 3 Stooges. Helen Reddy demonstrates why she did so few films with her performance as a singing nun. Larry Storch destroys any credibility this film still had just by showing up as a TV reporter. Sid Caesar is given absolutely nothing to do and scenes that end with set ups but no punchlines or laughs. Eric Estrada plays "Julio" the plane's playboy navigator. Gloria Swanson lends the film a little class, and Myrna Loy has her moments as a Nora Charles like drinker. However this film may be most notable in that its the 3rd film with Heston and Linda Harrison, who played Nova in the Apes movies. Here she plays Swanson's assistant, but has about the same amount of dialogue.
(kr) wrote: You'd never get away with a film like this now!! Ralph Bakshi, riding high after the success of Fritz the Cat (1972) and Heavy Traffic (1973), teamed up with Oscar-winning producer Albert S. Ruddy, for this dark satire of blaxploitation films, done in animation, (with live action segments throughout), with a plot not too far removed from Song of the South (1946). It has our Uncle Remus, prisoner Pappy (Scatman Crothers) who recalls the story of three criminals, Brother Rabbit (Philip Michael Thomas), Brother Bear (Barry White) and Preacher Fox (Charles Gordone), who take on the world of organised crime in Harlem, including homophobic cop Madigan, con-men Simple Savior and 'Black Jesus', plus The Godfather and his transexual Mafia sons. Highly controversial upon release, but it's since achieved cult status, it's the only one of it's kind, but it ain't racist, it's making fun of racist stereotypes, though it does have a serious undercurrant. It's very violent, and it doesn't hold up on the sex either. But fearless as he was then, it nearly killed Bakshi's career, hence he did The Lord of the Rings (1978).
(kr) wrote: I love this film, though I am completely and unapologetically biased due to nostalgia goggles.