In desperation brought on by near-starvation, Helge Roos kills his master's ox and feeds it to his wife and baby daughter. No-one suspects anything until the meat is finished and Helge ...

In desperation brought on by near-starvation, Helge Roos kills his master's ox and feeds it to his wife and baby daughter. No-one suspects anything until the meat is finished and Helge ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Oxen torrent reviews

Candy S (nl) wrote: I really enjoyed this documentary I happened to catch on Showtime. Most people already know Paparazzi are one of the lowest media life forms, but this documentary made me think we need legislation to address this issue. Yes, actors should expect to be photographed - it's part of the life, however there should be boundaries, especially where children are concerned. Right now there seem to be no boundaries whatsoever. One segment I found particularly creepy was watching different celebrities attempting to go about their daily business while their children are crying and begging the photographers to stop. Of course, the photographers don't stop (apparently they have no souls.) Since I don't read magazines like People or Us, I was surprised (at first) to see how many of the photos and "stories" they run are completely fabricated. For some reason I thought People and Us were a cut above say the National Enquirer, but now I see they're all the same - it's just a question of degrees. There is an enlightening segment on how these magazines take video footage and pull different still photos out of context to make a story where there is no story. Overall I thought it was an enlightening and fascinating look at an industry we are all exposed to while standing in the checkout line.

Neha S (de) wrote: Lafangey Parindey: Neil Nitin's dialogue delivery, emotions and dancing skills have improved like anything. Good work dude;) Deepika has proved that she can look beautiful even with a capri ON if not hot Pants :P Movie is typical bollywood masala .... Songs r really gud. Will give 2 1/2 stars for Neil and Deepika -nothing... for the story ...:P

Mlissa K (ag) wrote: The only reason I saw this movie is because of Amira Casar

Brad S (ca) wrote: - I've seen this film many times, it's pretty close to perfection for me. Great script, whole cast is excellent, strong soundtrack, and excellent cinematography. See it out!- I think this is a great film. It's a very quirky and original film where every element just works for me. It's well written, well acted and very well shot and has an amazing soundtrack. Check it out!

Joel S (es) wrote: Isaac Florentine is the God of over the top action movies with nonsensical plots. Nothing in this movie makes any sense at all, but the non stop action is some of the most beautiful you'll ever see.

Miguel A (jp) wrote: At ao momento em que mantm a seriedade da sua histria de maldio, "Black Sunday" um verdadeiro festival de imagens totalmente marcantes dentro do terror gtico - um gnero que Mario Bava orienta com noes impecveis de atmosfera e dos recursos mais capazes de provocar medo. Assim que o filme de 1960 entra em modo de corrupio "entra-e-sai da cripta, est morto-vivo, est vivo-morto", o registo torna-se mais campy sem que ningum tambm perca muito com isso.

Greg W (gb) wrote: very good suspenser and first pairing of Lancaster & Douglas

jay n (de) wrote: Minor B was Rita last lower rung entry before her ascension to the top of the Columbia and box office heap which started with her next film The Strawberry Blonde. It's unremarkable stuff and Rita seems disengaged in it but Thomas Mitchell and John Qualen give their usual fine performances.

Brendan N (br) wrote: Just watched this again and cannot fault what is one of the greatest gangster films ever made. The Coen Brothers are genius filmmakers and every character is crafted with love. The music sweeps you in and the story is continously moving until the bitter end, I never expect a tacky happy ending from them and this film is just the same.

Brad S (fr) wrote: The film examines the assassination of John F. Kennedy, starting with him being taken to Parkland Hospital, which incidentally is where Oswald was taken after being shot as well. It looks at the story from several perspectives, including the family of Oswald, and the FBI agents who had been tracking Oswald. Interesting stuff, but I think the film is a little too ambitious with the number of characters it wants to follow, and the script isn't strong enough, so the film doesn't live up to its potential. Worth a watch though.