Sex: The Secret Gate to Eden

Sex: The Secret Gate to Eden

Discover the Alchemy, Tantra, and Kabbalah hidden in the Mysteries of Adam and Eve. Temptation. The serpent. The expulsion from Paradise. Archetypal stories that have moved millions of human beings: but who has understood their real meaning? Theories abound, but humanity remains suffering in the wilderness. Now, the Esoteric Doctrine upon which all the world s great religions are grounded is revealed.

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Sex: The Secret Gate to Eden torrent reviews

Chris H (nl) wrote: A generic documentary that is notable due to the strange subject matter.

Joe S (jp) wrote: Don't know why this doesn't show up under Palin's search. Hilarious!

Joan T (us) wrote: OK OK now I get it....these guys rock and they are funny. I have always said for 3 people they have incredible sound it just wasn't my kind of sound. Very interesting, great interviews and footage.

anca b (de) wrote: a good....waste of time

Amanda K (au) wrote: Movies don't have to have a point, right?

Brian G (es) wrote: even though i hear it's basically a soft-core porno starring dane cook and the guy from spelling bee

Richard T (br) wrote: Unfortunately, however it was possible for RT to get the synopsis wrong, they did. The old man did not travel with his dying son. That aside, this movie was a masterpiece on many levels. That most of the actors had no prior acting experience and then were paired with Ken Takakura, a long established talented leading man, often gave this movie a magical quality.A beautifully mounted film, a well written screenplay that unfolds and often evokes deep empathy for the central characters, especially the father whose dying son wants nothing to do with him. Within this dynamic, the father seeks to redeem himself and honor what he perceives his sons wishes to be, which involves great personal and emotional sacrifice on the part of the father. Ultimately the magic that unfolds is between the father and the people who befriend and empathize with his plight as well as the fathers opportunity to show warmth and love for the son of the very man who spurred on his initial journey. This is a movie about redemption down an often difficult and demanding path. I found myself at times smiling, rejoicing and lastly crying as this movie will move one in those ways and more.

Jessica R (jp) wrote: I really like this movie.

Grace C (jp) wrote: All my textbooks cover the movie, but none of my instructors mention it - it sounds like a bucket of fun.

Don S (br) wrote: A silly romantic comedy; not silly in a whimsical way, but silly in a mindlessly absurd way. Jackman and Johansson have nice chemistry, but the premise of the movie - a journalist comes back from the dead to tell a college student the scoop he heard on the other side - just doesn't work and is treated in an off-hand manner instead of a serious tone. Merely watchable.

Matthew A (us) wrote: This film has the best slow-motion cock fight scene in the history of cinema.

Edgar C (kr) wrote: Part 2 of the Lone Wolf and Cub series, known as "Baby Cart at the River Styx", which literal translation reads: "Perambulator of the River of Sanzu".Fantastic! Despite the cheesy and surreal intro, we're provided with a fantastic story, no matter how many splashes of campiness are offered throughout. The relationship between Ogami Itto and his son Daigoro is strengthened here, and this is the movie where it is first shown how both of them start to become one: one mind, one heart, one entity carrying a demonic and soulless life. "Leone shots" and camerawork prevail during the first half and the final duel is a joy to watch.91/100

Marwa E (us) wrote: turkish version of the indian - american movie "my name is khan"... the movie was very good except in some bad information they gave about Muslims.. Muslim man can marry Christian woman it is not forbidden like the cop said!! and in the same time Muslim woman can't marry Christian like his daughter actually did!!!!!

Leon B (br) wrote: Review: What a weird but original movie! I've always been a big fan of Bill Murray but he certainly takes on some challenging projects, which are way out of the norm. In this movie, he plays a music manager, Richie Lanz, who is looking for the next big thing. He decides to take his only act Ronnie (Zooey Deschanel), to Kabul but the conditions are unbearable, and she escapes with his passport and money, with the help of Bombay Brian (Bruce Willis). He is then approached by Jake (Scott Chan) and Nick (Danny McBride) to sell arms to some mercenaries, for a large amount of money and a passport home, so he heads out with Brian and a local taxi driver to do the deal. Whilst trading in the desert, he hears a young girl singing in a cave, Salima (Leem Lubany), who he thinks, could be the next big thing, so he tries to convince her father to enter the Afghan Star competition but it's completely against there religion for ladies to sing in public. After much deliberating and impossible situations, and with the help of Merci (Kate Hudson) they finally get Salima on the show, so there is different elements which does touch the heart towards the end. Murray was brilliant as Richie, and with the many different laws in Afghanistan, it must have been hard to film a movie in this genre, especially one that questions there beliefs. The fact that it was based on the true story of Setara Hussainzada, who was the first female singer to sing on Afghan Star, does give this crazy movie a meaning but the events that lead to that moment, were mad. Its one of those movies that you have to watch twice to totally get it, because there is so much going on and you just don't know what is going to happen from one scene to the next. Personally, I enjoyed it but I can understand if some people might find it slightly offensive. If you take it as a comedy, and not a political statement, then I'm sure that people will enjoy it. Enjoyable! Round-Up: It's not very often that a movie starring Bill Murray and Bruce Willis, makes such a lose at the box office, which is a shame because it has been some time since Murray has made a comedy, we're he is in the leading role and I personally think that people were taking it too seriously. Barry Levinson, 74, has made some classic movies like Diner in 1984, Good Morning Vietnam, Rain Man, Avalon, Disclosure, Sleepers, Wag The Dog and Sphere but then his career seemed to go on a downhill spiral with Bandits, Envy, Man of the Year, What Just Happened, Poliwood, the Last Act and the Bay. He certainly has covered many different genres and he has touched on some subjects which have never been brought to the big screen, as he did with this movie. This might be one of those films which pull a bigger audience on DVD, than it did at the box office, which I hope it does because it is definitely worth a watch. Budget: $15million Worldwide Gross: $3.4million I recommend this movie to people who are into their music/war/comedies, starring Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Kate Hudson, Zooey Deschanel, Scott Caan, Danny McBride, Kelly Lynch and Leem Lubany. 6/10