Mysteries of Angels and Demons
Is the world we can see the only one? Do unseen beings lurk around us? Theologians and experts on the occult examine these ideas in this intriguing look at demons, angels and alternate planes of existence: the core of religions around the world. The program explores the secret powers that may guide human thought and actions and presents chronicles of real people and their mystical experiences with these unknown forces.
- Stars:Paul Dale Roberts, William Dyrness, Evelyn Bierniat, Allen Jahsmann, Elizabeth Selden, Tracy Faucher-Akiaten, John Evans, Lex Cannon, Marcus Ryan, Chandra Williams, Josephine Valdez, Nare Bell, Chante Griffin, Emily O'Meara, Alexandra Palma,
- Director:Steve Kaminski,
- Writer:Vicky Landin
Mysteries of Angels and Demons talks to theologians and occult experts and examines cultural and sociological perceptions of demons and angels in religion and spirituality. It also looks at... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: i like the wry smile feel about this movies 'apparatus' and routine. Moral boosting pro college, like whatever sarcastic pun on 'just for the movies sake'. Some good footage, everyone like's to look at pro gymnasts albeit cute ones, going on with it, nailing maneuvers and stickin it, but not on a boring sustained level of viewing. 'stick it' is probably better for the contemporary choreography edge of competition and the promotion of the sport than real feature entertainment value but i'd give a pass for getting youth on the right track that they may have been destined for before adolescence takes a selfish view for the rest of their lives memory of their talent, boys and girls can reflect or be inspired upon though this is much more feminine than the dozens of footy or racing films in past produced.All the gils are fun n bubbly and act well enough though the leads character in times just needs a good shut up. Jeff Bridges is a marvelous actor and this doesn't hold him back.
(gb) wrote: The movie takes us through the young years of the Dalai Lama (which happens to mean ocean's of wisdom) and is to be some of the most trying times in Tibetan history. In 1950, when he was only 16, the Dalai Lama was called upon to assume full political power when Tibet was threatened by the might of China. Invasion of the Chinese to, "liberate Tibet from the plague that is Buddhism," and try to convince that the people of Tibet that they need reform. The Chinese kill monks, slaughter women force the children to kill their parents and force nuns and monks to fornicate in the streets.The Young Dalai Lama is forced to either succumb to the rein of the Chinese and denounce their religion and culture or stand and fight which is a contradiction of the teachings and beliefs of the Buddha. Even if they fight, Tibet only had 5000 solders with primitive weapons, no match for the military power of China.Kundun (literally meaning "presence".) is the most underrated movie ever directed by Martin Scorsese. Such a powerful film that the Chinese government has since banned Scorsese and crew from ever entering Tibet again. If you watch this movie the first thing you notice is how the cinematography and the images really make the movie. The second thing you will notice is the haunting score. Many scenes have sparse dialog and are really told by the sequence of shots. Scorsese directs shot after shot in a melodic pattern to guide the viewer though the story. You know what's going on even with little or no dialog. Every shot in the movie has a purpose and is executed artistic and masterfully.An excellent account of the true story of the fourteenth Dalai Lama and the plight of Tibet to remain a free country. This was a time after WW2 where no one wanted to get involved and no other country or government came to the aid of Tibet even after countless pleas by the Dalai Lama himself.No big name movie stars but powerful acting. The movie is a well woven story that really opens one's eyes to the plight of a different culture. At times it might be misunderstood and look to be "dated" but at further study you see that the way of the Tibetan people was one of true honor, complete dedication to ones beliefs and sacrifice of greed and personal successes in search of enlightenment for the betterment of an entire culture, not just person gain... Living each day practicing the belief that all life is important. It's a shame that this way of life might be one that is lost to us forever and vary rarely is taken seriously by most 21st century idealist.. It's also a breath of fresh air to witness a positive religious experiences compared to today's world of so many fanatical type religious factions that have undermined laws and peoples personal freedoms. Most people today witness countless "god fearing people" contradicting their own teachings.
(au) wrote: One of the most unfunny films ever created. Surely the cast and even the extras are embarassed to have appeared in this film. Cannot CANNOT understand how anyone can find it funny !!!!
(de) wrote: Not too bad with a rather intense scene against our heroine, but revenge kills that lack a little in my opinion. It's overall worth a look maybe once. Not as great as I expected.
(jp) wrote: A hilariously clever take on the sci-fi genre, Galaxy Quest is part homage, part parody, and all fun. At times it takes itself a bit too seriously, and the plot becomes somewhat uneven, but it's hard to blame the film too much since those are common traits of the genre.
(us) wrote: A very dark sexual thriller with Eastwood's cop the polar opposite to his Dirty Harry role being more by the book and having far more depth. Harry's a shot first ask questions later cop where as Eastwood's 'Block' has a family life but also a darker sexual side. The film involves him tracking a killer with which he shares more than one sexual preference with but also a killer who is murdering women that 'Block' has had relations with. Eastwood as ever is on fine form in a role that could have been very unlikable but he balances all the characters layers with the confidence we have come to expect. This is a bit of a hidden gem in Eastwood filmography and one that shouldn't be overlooked.