My Kid Could Paint That

My Kid Could Paint That

A look at the work and surprising success of a four-year-old girl whose paintings have been compared to the likes of Picasso and has raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars.

A look at the work and surprising success of a four-year-old girl whose paintings have been compared to the likes of Picasso and has raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Marianina S (ag) wrote: Amazing short animation movie... Very funny i recommend it

bill s (nl) wrote: Fun and playful look at the gun trade just do not think you're getting something out of a 60 minutes segment.

Melody M (br) wrote: This film surprised me with how good it was. Don't get scared away by the title if you're not 'religious,' and remember that this film is historical. The racial tensions between the characters are portrayed beautifully as well as the focus of the film, blue babies. This film does a great job of portraying a historical humanity oft-forgotten.

George B (de) wrote: Not what I expected, but a pleasant surprise. Whilst the film isn't as stylish as many of Scott's other films, this is more than made up for with two excellent performances in Cage and Lohman, and an outstanding story.

Jen H (gb) wrote: When I was fourteen, I made a VHS adaptation of Stephen King's "Cycle of the Werewolf". It was incomprehensibly bad. It was also better than this.

Jitka Z (us) wrote: A breathtaking journey. It opens your eyes and ears to the richness of Roma culture and history through soaring music and visuals. One of my favorite films.

Charles S (us) wrote: I did not really like this movie when it came out, but rewatching now I liked it much more.

Ray S (us) wrote: Very impressive and heartfelt film. A window to another world.

Billy C (ag) wrote: Greatest film ever made, go watch it right now.

Lisa J (br) wrote: Only a little scary.

Marcus W (fr) wrote: No longer do the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.