Pomegranates and Myrrh
A free spirited Palestinian dancer becomes the wife of a prisoner.
- Stars:Britney Spears, Jamie Spears, Larry Rudolph, Adam Leber, Edan Yemini, Brett Miller, André Fuentes, Patrick DeMarchelier, Barry Weiss, Tom Carrabba, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Seth Stewart, Christopher Neal Jackson, Randy Phillips, Cortney Brabham, Hiam Abbass, Walid Abdul Salam, Ahmad Abu Sal'oum, Yosef Abu Wardeh, Valentina Abu-'Aksa, Manal Awad, Wardeh Dukwar, Ashraf Farah, Wardeh Jubran, Samia Kuzmoz, Yasmine Al Massri, Dorin Munawayyer, Hussein Nakleh, Lufuf Nuweiser,
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Dueane H (fr) wrote: It was what it was!!
Melanie N (fr) wrote: Very quirky. Made me laugh, and I HAD to buy it! ( I actually had to special order it from Chapters) Stellar cast!
Jason T (jp) wrote: Van Damme is entertaining to watch but the acting from everyone else is bad and the plot is predictable and forgettable.
Diego F (nl) wrote: This is a great movie!! It not only shows where Latin Immigrants have come from, why they left their countries and their impact on this country. A must watch for anyone connected to Latinos.
Morgan H (fr) wrote: Slapstick character-driven humor. A funny film but also forgettable.
Amanda H (us) wrote: This is not an easy movie to watch, but it's good. Depressing, yes. Disturbing, definitely. But it's also very eye-opening. I recommend seeing this at least once.
Lisa B (mx) wrote: what the hell was that about? surreal. not a good film. weird.
Monica M (ca) wrote: this was such a sweet doc and totally made me want to spend every weekend baking bread
Spencer S (ag) wrote: This is a really strange thing to say, but this second Cinderella sequel is the absolute best straight to video Disney film ever made, and actually has better characters and premise than the original. Taking the bland fairytale characters of the first film, the sequel transports us to an alternate reality through supernatural means. The stepmother, still calculating in her villainy, gets a hold of the magic wand and wreaks havoc with the original fairy tale. Poking fun at its predecessor, this send-up has adventure, gives the former princess some agency, and makes the step-sister, Anastasia, into a complex, flesh out side character. The dialogue is fresh, there's actually some really great jokes peppered throughout, and the action is always quick and fun. This film is even dark in many places, something that hasn't been prevalent in Disney films since the release of "Pinocchio" seventy years prior. If you want your kids to watch an intelligent, thoughtful, woman friendly Disney film, than this sequel is right for you.
Matt T (nl) wrote: Gun related massacres are inevitable in a nation where any idiot can mail order as many assault rifles as s/he can afford and where the fast majority of the population seriously believes that the universe is just a few thousand years old and that humanity and everything else was created by a bearded man in the sky.
Terry W (us) wrote: fun, interesting premises
Greg P (jp) wrote: 1932? Hasn't dated one iota.
Joshua F (au) wrote: Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow suffers from extreme tonal confusion, and some head-scratching writing, but is still the same fun gothic experience that Tim Burton is known for.
Rob L (it) wrote: Not terrible for a debut film, but that's the best one can muster as a compliment. Character studies are often tricky work, especially when coupled with societal commentary. However, the piece never rises above spectacle, a problem in most Spielberg films. He is too overcome with the sight of police cars run amok and as a result forgets about his characters, thereby coming off as cold and emotionless. The heart of the film should be in the characters, and he spends too little time with their interactions. Spielberg also seems to have trouble finding and settling on a tone. Redneck comedy? Road movie? Societal satire? Screwball action? Thank goodness Jaws was only a few years away.