Renzo Gracie: Legacy

Renzo Gracie: Legacy

Renzo Gracie: Legacy is a 2008 documentary film about Brazilian jiu jitsu pioneer Renzo Gracie, directed by Gethin Aldous and written by Aldous, Steve Allen and Adrian Miller. Shot over a ten-year period, it shows the origins of the sport of Mixed martial arts from its bare knuckle days to the explosion of the sport in both Japan and America.

Renzo Gracie: Legacy is a 2008 documentary film about Brazilian jiu jitsu pioneer Renzo Gracie, directed by Gethin Aldous and written by Aldous, Steve Allen and Adrian Miller. Shot over a ten-year period, it shows the origins of the sport of Mixed martial arts from its bare knuckle days to the explosion of the sport in both Japan and America. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Russ B (nl) wrote: 7/1/2016: After the first hour I wasn't impressed about a story surrounding a bunch of arrogant kids and a win streak. From there the story and characters really developed and made for a good movie. The cast was very good.

Vegas C (jp) wrote: The movie doesn't market itself as the faith-based film it is but once it becomes apparent, it falls into many of the traps that so many Christian movies do. I've come to wish all of them would have at least one non-Christian on set to coach them on how non-Christian ppl actually act. They don't make a huge deal out of drinking beers and they don't use not-quite-cuss-words when they get mad or all wear backwards hats and sunglasses. And for that matter, Christians don't actually sit on the beach quoting the Bible or toting pictures of Jesus on their skateboards. Decent attempt but unfortunately like so many of it's peers of this genre the film ultimately resorts to stereotypes that keep us from ever really having an honest conversation about spirituality.

Karsh D (nl) wrote: A bunch of squirrels go on a nut hunt to save their brood from a harsh winter....dull.

Lin F (jp) wrote: In this beautifully structured documentary, the viewer follows the people of Budrus from the timeless beauty of their olive groves into the line of Israeli fire, as tension builds and culminates in dramatic conflict between a steadily growing group of unarmed protesters, and the bulldozing Israeli Defense Force. Although it would be justifiable to tell this story solely from a Palestinian vantage point, the filmmakers lend even more credibility to the voice of Ayed Morrar, the film's Palestinian protagonist, by respectfully and thoroughly presenting Israeli points of view throughout the film. Soldiers, captains, newscasters and politicians weigh in from the other side of the "wall-in-progress", while back in Budrus - a heroine emerges. Morrar's 15 year old daughter Iltezam is caught on camera jumping into a bulldozer's newly dug pit, to prevent the uprooting of yet another olive tree, as her voice-over describes what was going through her head: "what can one person do?" This heartbreaking, but ultimately uplifting documentary answers that impossible question, by demonstrating the power of peaceful resistance - even in the face of seemingly never ending aggression.

Jochy R (gb) wrote: Interesante historia considerando que puede ocurrir en la realidad.

X T (ag) wrote: Irresistibly charming. Bae Du-na is perfectly cast in Yamashita's deadpan style. Anyone who doesn't like this is an asshole.

Lee M (gb) wrote: Dry and irreverent, Jump Tomorrow plays like a Hal Hartley ("Henry Fool") comedy with a lighter tone and more laughs.

Christian C (ru) wrote: My favorite Shakespeare movie. Anthony Hopkins and Jessica Lange are terrific. Visually impressive.

Ryne H (de) wrote: It was a windy day when my dad got stuck on the roof for 93 minutes as I watched this movie the first time. It paralleled my feelings toward Tom Arnold and Rick Moranis in Big Bully perfectly...

Isabelle W (kr) wrote: Filme de Louis Malle sobre a ocupao nazista na Frana. Trata-se de um colgio catlico que resolve esconder um aluno judeu. Esse menino torna-se amigo de um colego de turma catlico. S no final me dei conta de que esta obra autobiogrfica. Assistam, vale a pena.

Justin S (it) wrote: A dark movie about three people who make their own luck. Rita Hayworth is stunning in this. Wow.

HungYa L (nl) wrote: All very new and creative in the first one.

Ben O (au) wrote: Closest thing to being real

Freddie K (ca) wrote: "I sentenced myself to shuck 1 million oysters. Today is the last day of my penance."And that last day should've been the end of the universe readers, because Burnt is a failure. Ok, I will say that Burnt is extremely well shot and well lit. It nourishes the food well like we've seen in Chef and Big Night. This doesn't excuse the film being a colossal turd nugget. Why should I care for this tyrannical, aloof, tattooed with mistakes asshole? Well, you shouldn't but every gives him chances like a plate of free chips. If you really wanted this quirky rip off of Gordon Ramsay to be at all in danger or of need of sympathy, then maybe they should pit some obstacles. This film is utterly predictable apart from one dramatic 'gasp of the mouth' moment in which I cheered on the trouble-maker. We follow a Chef who whips out all his "charming" parables on working with food that's of lower class, tucking into a burger king whopper. And then I'm supposed to feel anything for this character as he destructively ruins his workplace, treats people like shits even though that's, and he probably knows (the whimsical fucker), what got him mad with power in the first place (although how would I know? He sentenced himself to shuck a million oysters, clearly the guy is batshit crazy, clearly he knowing of the actions he could take to fix things as that is how the movie begins. A ridiculous punishment, he waits it out like a coward and then props himself as a food elitist? What do you mean you don't bake cakes? Pathetic! ) and wants everything to be oh-so-incredibly perfect? There is nothing worth caring about in this movie, it's predictable, laughable, well-shot and fairly well acted tripe.Burnt looses all three Michelin stars. And it made me loose my sanity.Thanks Gordably RooperD-19/100