Documentary about the legendary gold prospection site (garimpo) of Serra Pelada (The Naked Mountain), in the north of Brazil, telling some of its secret stories and a new perspective about ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Private U (au) wrote: Could this film be what inspired Duran Duran???!
joseph e (ca) wrote: Review #413 Horror, Thriller, Psychological (Quick Review) It was hard to explain both What I Enjoyed and Hated about "Danika". I am not a Horror, Scary, Premontion entrapenuer, but a Lethargic Enity in this Film Genre. That's one reason why I might have enjoned, and loathed it unlike many others that have been passed into theathers. It surpassed my expectations , although I saw It cause Marisa Tomie made the prewiews so enticing, that I'm surprised to all those that did see the preview for this film and didn't see the film.. I strongly Reccomend you atleast try to grasp the film's Intentions, and Atleast give it a shot. I am sure, you will not recieve or get what you think or thought you would.
Bill B (it) wrote: Just saw this on Logo - what a disappointment. With Peter Paige and Kathy Najimy involved, you'da thunk it would have been better. Filled with stereotypes and an obvious plot that takes advantage of them. I guess it would have been it okay if was done more like a farce, but instead it's an icky dramedy.
Sara W (de) wrote: It's really not that great. When I first watched this it was an animation style I'd never seen before, plus I'd never seen any Korean anime so I was curious and I bought it. Shouldn't have bought it. Wouldn't do that again, but whatever. My video store wasn't cool enough to have this at the time. I've seen this two or three times; each time hoping to get something more out of it an pretty much failing. At least I get what was going on now, but I can't say I like it much more than when I didn't get it. :\ It's okay.
Markus D (ru) wrote: i love this movie because it has my favorite actors
Lucas N (mx) wrote: A charming film noir with dazzling visuals
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Brendan C (nl) wrote: Who is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? is a pretty good suspence-comedy from 1978. George Segal is good as the fast-food man who finds himself being a prime suspect for three murders in London, Paris, and Venice. Jacqueline Bisset, as his ex-wife and intended fourth victem, is a better actress here than she is in most of her movies. However, the best performance in the movie is given by Robert Morley, as an obese food critic with an acidic sense of humor. You may be asking me why my grade isn't higher, and I'll tell you why. The movie has a grim way of killing off the chefs that is very graphic and throws the entire movie of balance. However, I usually skip those scenes and the movie becomes better as a whole.
Dead A (fr) wrote: Odd story. But enjoyed the movie. One of my mom's favorite :)
Mishal W (jp) wrote: he is cool in this one
Toni K (de) wrote: Interesting and painful to see what one could live with on a daily basis. Love how it comes together in the end.
Martin T (ag) wrote: Delightfully vicious (and rightfully so) in the way it condemns old world values of "honor" and patriarchy. Worth a look, but overall not quite as funny as Divorce Italian Style.
Chris I (it) wrote: high population of lockpickers in that town
Emily B (gb) wrote: I was not expecting to enjoy this movie, but I was pleasantly surprised. It starts out fairly slow, taking time to build the film's main characters, but then it unexpectedly launches into equal parts dread and jump-scares. The abrupt (and unexpected) ending could leave some viewers dissatisfied, but I would recommend this film to anyone who's tired of the big-budget, oversexed, predictable horror films that have polluted the genre in recent years.
Michael P (gb) wrote: Another childhood fav.....fond memories
Daniel D (ca) wrote: Filme mostra o incio dos X-MEN, quando Xavier e Magneto ainda eram jovens e amigos e lutaram contra o antigo todo poderoso.