According to his mother's request, Nat, a young architect, unwillingly takes a journey to visit 9 different temples in order to clean up his bad karma. He is accompanied by Poon, his beautiful columnist girlfriend, and Sujitto, a young novice monk. All three characters have different purposes for taking this trip. But later they discover that they were put together for an unforeseeable reason. The karma of one person can effect the karma of others as well. Horrifying acts done in their previous lives reveal themselves as the journey goes by. The more they try to clean up Nat's bad karma by making merit, the closer they get to them. This journey is going to change their faith forever. How is Nat going to clean up his own mess? Would Nat be forgiven? How can an act of making merit overcome relentless vengeance?
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(br) wrote: I was fortunate enough to see Kevin Spacey's magnificent performance as Richard III so I was particularly interested in seeing this behind the scenes documentary. Unfortunately if offers little insight into the play, performances or Sam Mendes' direction. Rather, it's more of a video scrapbook of the show's family of performers and support staff, like extra bonus material included with a DVD.
(mx) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
(br) wrote: Wow, the Flixster synopsis makes this look really good, huh? Well guess what, four minutes into the movie the cartoonish, make-jest-of-it-all clarinet music will alert you to the fact that you have been tricked. The Omen IV is a safety-scissors/ rounded edged, non-threatening family film for the faint of heart. Seriously, this is "horror" for toddlers, bunny rabbits, and little old nuns. I hate to have to summarily dismiss a movie in such a harsh way, but if you loved any of the first three movies, you will agree that The Omen IV is a tremendous disappointment. Somebody actually paid money to produce this turkey? Talk about bait and switch and hit and run! I want my money baaaaack! "WAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIILL!!!!!!
(br) wrote: soooo slow. The real time aspect of this movie was what bugged me, even if she was mocking Hollywood conventions.