Sons of the Clouds
A look at how colonization of the Western Sahara has left nearly nearly 200,000 people living in refugee camps.
- Stars:Matthew J. Munn, Nika Futterman, Matthew W. Taylor, André Sogliuzzo, Danny Mann, Karley Scott Collins, Ciara Bravo, Harrison Fahn, Melissa Sturm, Javier Bardem, Elena Anaya, Carlos Bardem, Lilly Hartley, Álvaro Longoria, Manu Chao, Felipe González, John R. Bolton, Roland Dumas, James Inhofe, Jean Francois-Poncet, Mohamed Lamine Ahmed, Suelma Beiruk, Paul Nahon, Gare A. Smith,
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Aamir Q (gb) wrote: Such a brilliant story... Quite touching and based on a true story made it even better.
Alex M (au) wrote: A lot of action coming out of this one. A lot of blood with some sexy b*tches, I like it. The story is good, but not much. The characters are well build but are a bit clich (C). I stayed for the visual which are tremendous.
Genie K (br) wrote: need to watch - in instant quie
Robert I (ca) wrote: This movie once and for all answers the
Brandon W (es) wrote: 28 Weeks Later is directed and co-written by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, and it stars Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Jeremy Renner, Idris Elba, and Imogen Poots in a zombie apocalyptic film that takes place in a shelter place that has no infected, and when things happened, everybody in there are not safe. I didn't think I would be able to watch it today as it was in one of those days that I thought wasn't free anymore, but it was still watchable on DirecTV, and so I watched it, which is a more entertaining film than the first one, but it has more problems however. The acting is great, probably better than the first one. There are some smart moments, but there are some dumb moments as well. The pacing is much better, as it has a lot more energy to it with a bit more action scenes. The effects look good, and there's a lot more scare effective moments than the first one. The characters are fine, although Jeremy Renner's character is probably the most memorable out of all of them, and the score by John Murphy is very catchy. 28 Weeks Later is a really great film that I can't wait to see 28 Months Later when they make it that is.
Salvador A (de) wrote: Paranoia violenta, a ritmo de estridentes violines.... de esos de los thrillers de hace 20 aos.
Long P (ag) wrote: wasnt this movie added at 1 point?
Chris A (br) wrote: I like George Romero and Peter Stormare, but "Bruiser" is not their best work.
Bill B (us) wrote: A fun big dumb action flick, but also fairly forgettable aside from a death scene here or there. I generally enjoy Jason Statham, so this is something I can see returning to as comfort food, but I'd highly doubt it'll end up being anyone's favorite film, y'know?Possibly best viewed on cable as a guilty pleasure rather than purchased or rented.
David P (jp) wrote: Extremely fond of this Richard Linklater gem. Great performances by all, a terrific opening sequence, and meticulous cinematography. I love a movie that takes place over one night or one day, especially when it is done as well as this. Also delivers one of my favorite morally ambiguous characters of all time in Tim.
Maximus D (jp) wrote: Who knew a movie about overgrown worms could be so damn good!
Greg W (mx) wrote: like brian dipalma's 'sisters' cronenberg looks at creepy twins
Mika P (mx) wrote: Real enjoyable movie near history, 80's stuff mixed space. This movie has easter eggs on after credits, real 80's super Duck found on chatting. Great movie to rent or perhaps even own.
Private U (us) wrote: It has a few format problems and it might be predictable but I could see the point was the family and how they deal with it, their point of view was the focus, not the couple cuz they weren't the one with issues, It wouldn't kill either to work a little better in the main couple chemistry cuz I think it was missing. I love the parents cuz they were very "normal" to me, sticking to what they know, sometimes in our search for equality and freedom we forget that everyone is entitled to their opinion even when is not the same as ours or the better one. Many are saying is outdated but these issues as dumb they seem are still a big reality for families in many places and countries, I could see my own and many of my friends reflected in it (in a good day)... I might be a good way to came out if you have conservative parents and help them understand: "I'm just gonna play you this movie mom and dad XD"
Jenn M (it) wrote: Sadly this put me right to sleep