Laughed at when he announced the discovery of the elixer of life, a scientist Professor Expedito Vitus devotes himself to the reconstitution of a map which has been divided into eight parts... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
O Segredo da Múmia
Laughed at when he announced the discovery of the elixer of life, a scientist Professor Expedito Vitus devotes himself to the reconstitution of a map which has been divided into eight parts...
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Aaron K (ca) wrote: Movie lacked a coherent story; but most individual scenes were enjoyable even though a bit disjointed.
Jason S (br) wrote: Watch it do you wanna feel depressed that people can make films like this.
Gina W (fr) wrote: This Jewish film was a bleak look at one daughter's happiness being sacrificed for her mother's desire to keep her grandson close to her. It won several awards but it was depressing.
Arlene R (gb) wrote: I want to watch it for free.
Henry M (kr) wrote: "Dogtooth" is absolutely, unabashedly, balls to the wall bonkers, and that's a big part of its brilliance. Offering no explanation, excuse, or really much commentary about its protagonists at all, the film needs expert direction, storytelling, and performances to succeed, and everybody delivers with flying colors, resulting in one of the most original, powerful, and enjoyably weird films in recent memory.
Emi3 (nl) wrote: not quite as successful as the other two!
Private U (br) wrote: Despite the fact that, because I know very little of Edgar Allan Poe's work and therefore no real understanding of its literary references, I still list Tale of a Vampire under my favourite films of all time. Alex is such a beautiful and romantic character in his loneliness that you instantly fall in love with him! He is weak in his unhappiness but it only adds to his elegance, and I?ve always loved the romanticism modern authors associate vampires. Ultimately it is incredibly tragic, leaving you in the same state of mind Alex has probably been in for the last couple of centuries, but it's all good!
Grant K (br) wrote: An honest and touching film that mostly asks questions about life rather than trying to answer them. A great philosophical treatise on life and death from a master filmmaker behind the camera and a masterful actor in front.
Tim H (nl) wrote: EPIC!!! Love how they followed the process of building this team with players who became "One Team" for USA. I just wish they showed some flashbacks on Coach Brooks from his 1960 Olympic team experience, & how that tuned into his motivation during his coaching years.