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Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us?

QUEEN OF THE SUN: What Are the Bees Telling Us? is a profound, alternative look at the global bee crisis from Taggart Siegel, director of THE REAL DIRT ON FARMER JOHN. Taking us on a ...

. . Taking us on a . QUEEN OF THE SUN: What Are the Bees Telling Us? is a profound, alternative look at the global bee crisis from Taggart Siegel, director of THE REAL DIRT ON FARMER JOHN

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Astrid V (es)

. . . Ive been told so much about this movie


Brian R (it)

This is terrific and it reminded me of my video store days


Daniel B (nl)

Watch this at SIFF and absolutely LOVED this movie


Darra S (de)

jada lookin fly u know


Deb C (gb)

A lot of fun, and a rip roaring Civil War yarn


Harmeet M (fr)

. This is Mahesh Bhatt's best ever


Heather M (us)

Wilson and Mitchell were very cute and awkward together. The neighbor that discovered the face of Jesus in a water stain on the house was obnoxious and pushy which didn't make sense for the character. This movie was good enough, but it was a little forced


Michael A (fr)

I suggest people stay away from this one and keep to the original. One of the worst horror movie remakes I have watched. And everyone else looked like Hollywood extras than an independent unknown cast. I've even grown to hate her for her other stupid performances. Her bloody look didn't make me believe anything about her. She looks more like a popular girl than a social outcast. Chloe Grace Moretz was nothing more but an annoying bitch. It made me believe her troubled character, and that I praise. She had just the character for her performance. Sissy Spacek was Carrie White. This remake doesn't even add up to it's plot, effects, or characters. Why? Because there's so many things about the original that were so good, it was memorable. A 2013 remake of Brian De Palma's far superior 1976 Carrie, this film cannot compete with the original. And this is the latter. Some are good, and some are just terrible. I don't believe much in "excellent" Hollywood remakes


Mon K (nl)

A bit long but still enjoyable!


Sumit B (mx)

I liked the movie though some stupid critics who barely know about movies tagged it as a lack of music, romance and entertainment. But the real heroes of the movie are witter Jaideep Sahni and Shimit Amin the due behind gems like Chakde. Its full of well defined characters and the cast giving life to those characters. Ranbir Kapoor totally into the character and besides him other actors like Gauhar Khan as receptionist, the maintenance guy, the team leader and even the tea man. The movie is authentic, clever, funny and very much honest