Morgan Ahmed Morgan
Morgan, who is an uneducated very rich man, is used to buy everything he wants. Now the one thing we wants is a college certificate which he seeks to buy.
- Stars:Alex Wolff, Brendan Fraser, Julia Garner, Michael Oberholtzer, Greta Lee, Teddy Bergman, Robin de Jesus, Elisabeth Hower, Josefina Scaglione, Fred Melamed, Austin Pendleton, Curtis Gillen, Kimiko Glenn, Toby Huss, Ash Christian, Adel Imam, Mervat Amin, Basma, Sherif Salama, Ahmed Mekky, Ahmed Elsaadany, Hassan Mustafa, Mohamed Abo Dawood, Youseff Daoud, Diaa El-Merghani, Mustafa Haridi, Karolina Keisar, Osama Moneer, Medhat Shalabi, Mohamed Shoman,
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Jt H (fr) wrote: With very little plot, and characters that don't connect with each other, the only interesting part of Resident Evil: Retrobution are the effects. (Not that we haven't seen anything more impressive either.)
Jack A (us) wrote: Acting was mediocre, and the twist at the en really shocked me! Great B-movie overall.
Marc C (us) wrote: Quite funny on the whole,
Robyn C (it) wrote: WOW the preivew looks good
Robbie T (br) wrote: A very depressing movie. A great story with excellent cinemography, direction and best of all, the cast. All the child actors are brillant, even the blind baby moves me.
Philip W (kr) wrote: A film with children as the intended audience yet contains messages that are better suited for adults, Bridge to Terabithia is a very touching and impactful film on multiple levels. Besides the story itself focusing on two kids who grow a close relationship as they explore their imaginations, Terabithia cover a multitude of important topics including religion, sexism, family life, and loss, which make for a lot of heartfelt and emotional moments. Although some events seem a little unrealistic and might not hold up as well in the future, this film still carries plenty of meaning ten years later and is one you'll want to re-watch frequently.
Miuki U (ru) wrote: I give it an A for effort. I like the satanic ritual idea, but otherwise it's too exact to the original. It's supposed to be a sequal, not a remake, right?And I shouldn't even have to mention the horrendous mix of "satanic old english" and "gangster street talk" during the wedding ceremony. Not at all impressed by anything after that.
Brett W (it) wrote: Twilight of the Ice Nymphs is an interesting visual and narrative concept that is unfortunately derailed by atrocious voice acting, which is due in part to the bad attempt at a modern Shakespearean fantasy. The actors involved play sincerely enough but can only do so much with a story that haphazardly meanders from philosophical concept to concept without moving the story forward in any sort of meaningful or dramatic manner.
Justin B (jp) wrote: I can see the appeal had someone grown up with this but outside the target demographic of immaturity, this movie has nothing to offer.
Martino M (mx) wrote: ...draw like a train, beautiful,passion, brotherhood.....and love
Jerry A (fr) wrote: An ok movie. Got off to a weird start but finished strong starting in the middle. It had its moments.
Spyros T (es) wrote: The Decameron had it's moments but this has to be the weakest par of Pasolini's trilogy of life. I only liked the absurd, perverted and surrealistic last scene, taking place in hell. It reminded me a little bit of South Park!