Ocean Oasis is a fascinating journey into the bountiful seas and pristine deserts of two remarkably different, but inextricably linked worlds — Mexico's Sea of Cortés and the Baja California desert. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ocean Oasis is a fascinating journey into the bountiful seas and pristine deserts of two remarkably different, but inextricably linked worlds — Mexico's Sea of Cortés and the Baja California desert.
- Stars:Paulo Gilvan Bezerril, Edson França, João Costa Neto, Nádia Maria, Zezé Macedo, Valença Filho, Roberto Duval, Mozael Silveira, Paulo Celestino, Angelito Mello, Zé Bacurau, Linda Batista, Emilinha Borba, Alberico Bruno, Olindo Camargo, Exequiel Ezcurra, Gabriela Flores, Mercedes Guererro, Coral Macfarland, Jose Francisco 'Pachico' Mayoral, Jaime Orozco, Iliana Ortega, Enriquetta Velarde,
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Emory P (fr) wrote: well done idea, but probably needed a better writer.
Annette A (de) wrote: A fortunate find on Sundance Channel after waking up in the middle of the night and not able to get back to sleep. Definitely as good as the book.
Tonya V (nl) wrote: I had a hard time keeping focused on this one. It was a good story, if you like the Lifetime channel movies, but it was difficult to watch Peter Boyle. He looked so ill in this, which had to be almost his last movie.
FilmGrinder S (it) wrote: "We're actually not going to college, um, we're punk rockers so we're going to continue playing."-Baily (John Robinson) Tries hard and earns a B, in my eyes, but it is very forgettable.
Eoin H (au) wrote: A nice balance between real and aspiring writers.
eliabeth c (gb) wrote: Reese Witherspoon did a fabulous job in this movie! legally blonde has so many messages behind it and so many good take aways. Reese did a good job pulling off the dumb blonde and working all the pink clothes and her little dog Bruce. One takeaway that really got my attention was to never let people drag you down when they think that you can't do it you just got to keep pushing on your dreams.
Richard D (us) wrote: Reminiscent of Don Siegel's version of "The Killers"
Bill M (ca) wrote: Things may shake out differently after I see the other two, but, for today, not since Renoir's Rules of the Game has a movie and director so completely fulfilled the anticipation built up over years of reading references and ratings and reviews. It's all true about the moving camera, sniff sniff; it's all true.
Matty M (gb) wrote: Okay, so I've always loved movies that featured Simon Pegg as I'm a fan; I just could not get into this movie at all. In reality I felt this movie was done better than a lot of the later film releases of 2014 and 2015 for it's cinematographic and actors; though the story seems just short and rushed. Kill Me Three Times just didn't have that "I want to enjoy a movie" feeling. Now don't get me wrong the film was pretty well put together, I believe that this is just one of those movies that it takes a sure style preference to enjoy.The action in the film was humorous and cute, the acting felt as if I was watching Hot Fuzz; and for once a lower budget movie had good audio mix. Not a bad movie, I'll certainly buy it because Simon Pegg is in it.
FRED P (it) wrote: For a look into Army basic training watch Full Metal Jacket (1987). For a look into Army AIT (Advanced Individual Training) watch Tigerland (2000). Both films focus on the making of warriors without commenting on the making of war.