The docudrama Opus Dei Unveiled is a fascinating inside look at Opus Dei - considered by some to be the most controversial organization in the Catholic Church. From its humble birth in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Opus Dei Unveiled
The docudrama Opus Dei Unveiled is a fascinating inside look at Opus Dei - considered by some to be the most controversial organization in the Catholic Church. From its humble birth in ...
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Alex M (fr) wrote: I actually enjoyed The Good Night, mostly thanks to the strong cast involved and the fact that the subject material is very intriguing. While I wasn't all too impressed with Gwyneth Paltrow, I found Martin Freeman and Penelope Cruz to be utterly fantastic in their respective roles. Despite the repetitiveness of the first half of the film, I still found it quite compelling and the characters relatable in some way, shape, or form; I also actually really liked the slow pacing of the film and especially the events leading to its conclusion - this is where the great soundtrack and Paltrow's filming technique truly flourish (although I have to say one of the scenes in the end made me jump). For a first time director, I thought Jake Paltrow did an exceptional job; sure, The Good Night is nothing groundbreaking, but it offers some interesting insight on dreams as well as a slow moving yet altogether satisfying story.
David K (kr) wrote: This movie keeps you on the edge, keeps you guessing! It was a little confusing.
XeRgio G (de) wrote: Annoying merry-go-round around the Expo Plaza...
Robyn M (it) wrote: This movie is duranged. Not really a style of it's own, Barney the Dinosaurs more fear induced. What appears to be a mock horror film, with a predictable story board, and Lou Diamond to rescue us from this poorly lite, animated and puppet on string Mutated Bat attack.My thought on this? I could have been doing something more useful with my time IE: throw out the garbage or do dishes. It's worse then waiting in the doctors office, at least you know that the doctor will eventually see you...
Augustine H (nl) wrote: Excellent battle scenes but the adaptation is flawed.
Eliabeth S (de) wrote: I adore this movie. I adore any movie that shows ordinary men exhibiting extraordinary love or kindness in the face of cruelty
Michael K (ru) wrote: A pale shadow of the awesome original.
Janise O (gb) wrote: Not too bad - the movie surely was created by someone with alot of imagination. The theme kept my interest. It was great and funny at the same time to see Jack Black way in a movie made 14 years ago! If you have some free time (and Netflix)...it's good entertainment.
Wayne P (nl) wrote: This movie is hilarious and its sexy because Victoria Abril is in it, duh. I would reccomend this to my friends who aren't real foreign film-goers but want something different. But also to afficionados, because its a fine film. To conclude, French Twist has universal appeal.
Audrey W (us) wrote: Great family film. I haven't seen this movie since I was 10 or 11. My favorite character has got to be the Seahorse from France.
Wiebke K (us) wrote: I know, a master piece -- but I just found it weird, the terrorist acts hilarious, and the two main characters very disturbing -- which I am sure is what I was supposed to feel.
Heather H (au) wrote: Ok, so I seem to recall people screaming about Francis Ford Coppola entitling his movie Bram Stoker's Dracula, as if his version was somehow definitive or something. Well, the people who got upset by that had better stay far, far away from this movie or they just might end up having heart palpitations. You can quickly tell the movie is going to be one of those updated versions of the story. Ok, I can go along with that if it is done well. But only 5 minutes or so in I'm starting to think this one is going to be a stinker. The acting is terrible and the house looks like a mansion rather than something which is falling apart. But wait, there's more. If that were all, I could hang with it. I hesitate to say this, as many will not believe me if they haven't seen the movie. But about 10 minutes in I started to wonder if I was accidentally watching a gay porno. I kid you not. It was very uncomfortable to watch. And I'm not saying that out of some gay bashing desire. I'm saying that because the movie began with the opening title of "Edgar Allan Poe's House of Usher." Hmm? Anybody see something wrong here. The odd thing is, after the gay scene, I felt I had to watch just a little bit more. I had to see where the movie was going. I soon learned the answer--nowhere fast. Certainly no where anybody will really want to follow. Usher's friend immediately goes upstairs for a bath and we see hands coming out of the water. Don't worry. It isn't scary; it's funny. Not to mention the supposedly weak character of the sister peeking in on him. When he gets out of the tub, he follows her, and she proceeds to turn into a virtual vampiress with her acting skills. Ok, we had Usher crushing on his male friend so now the sister is a sensual lunatic who isn't at all fraile and in poor health. Looks at this point as though they're going for some weird haunted house angle. I will say this--there is one absolutely terrifying moment in the movie. The sister has the friend peek into the nursery, warning him not to wake the baby. But he looks into the crib and--ahhh--it's the Snuggle bear! That sucker has always creeped me out! I hope you can forgive me writing my review after being only 20 minutes into the film. In a way, it promises to be a good film, that is, if you need to laugh your butt off. If I'm wrong, I'll come back to edit or repost or whatever. But something tells me, I won't need to come back.
jay n (fr) wrote: Excellent crime drama/early film noir. This was the first in Bogey's 1-2-3 punch that took him from resident Warners tough guy villian to one of the studio's leading romantic stars. He plays Roy "Mad Dog" Earle perfectly showing him as ruthless when necessary but with a core of decency that hasn't been ruined by years of hard knocks. Matching him every step of the way is the always outstanding Ida Lupino in one of her best portrayals. Her Marie is a classic hard luck case, tough on the outside but vunerable underneath. She and Bogart are an ideal match, a shame then that this was there last film together and the only one where they were paired as equals. The rest of the cast is terrific in support, including Joan Leslie, a variable actress but well used here as a seemingly nice girl who is exposed as a thoughtless, shallow grabber. Walsh's direction is aces as well with wonderful use of shadows and spaces to convey the isolation of the characters. First rate in every way.
Filipe C (fr) wrote: Atmospheric cinematography sets the mood brilliantly and highlights the good, the bad and the weird, but does little to focus Burton's wondering mind.
Royal G (de) wrote: A movie not for stupids. Makes a intellectual and wise person think. If you're looking for a so-called 'fun' movie, this ain't for you.