A young Christian boy attends a druid worship that is attacked by invading Irish tribes. Taken captive, he is taken back to Ireland to become a slave. Enduring many hardships, he finds comfort and eventually salvation in his faith. After several years, he escapes back to England, where he joins a convent to prove his faith. His greatest desire is to return to Ireland to convert the Irish to Christianity. Years later, he is given the opportunity. Upon setting foot on the Irish soil, all snakes are aitomatically driven from the land. He then overcomes many obstacles, including disagreements with the British Cardinal (Malcolm McDowell), to fulfill his destiny and ultimately being given Sainthood.
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Gene A (ag) wrote: decent def my least fave of the series. not the same without Doug Bradley as Pinhead
Jordan W (gb) wrote: Disturbingly brilliant. Being from Australia and knowing of the famous 'barrel' murders I knew the subject matter would be tough. But this film is one of the most affecting films I have ever seen, the conversations between characters are nearly as disturbing as the brutal violence itself. But besides from some of the most amazingly natural acting I have seen and swift stylistic direction, Snowtown is the film I have been waiting. As terrible as it is this is a film that finally shows Australia's true colours. I think everyone needs to see this film, as confronting as it is this a 'true' side to Australia know one sees. Along with The Black Balloon, Snowtown has become one of my favorite Australian films. Not only does it show Australia can actually make amazing films. But also that finally someone isn't afraid to show the real side of our country. Definitely one of the best films of 2011, its a shame more people won't see it. 100% Masterpiece --- 90% Classic --- 80% Great 70% Very Good 60% Good 50% Average 40% Bad 30% Very Bad 20% Terrible 10% Unbearable
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Lucas B (nl) wrote: A well crafted good-ol'-fashioned political thriller.
Lucho H (kr) wrote: Well put together , amazing fun for kids and adults
Greg W (it) wrote: not so much skip this and see 2003's 'the core'
Jake B (it) wrote: Scream 2 is one of the best slasher sequels ever made. It is funny and very well directed and cleverly avoids being to campy. It also has one of the funniest mysteries of its genre. It's problem is it's extreme similarities to the first film, so we don't get something completely unique.
THOMAS S (ag) wrote: With this film Chuck Norris kicking a windshield of a moving car, though I found out somewhere that was Chuck's brother doing the amazing stunt. It's true!
Kimarie C (ru) wrote: In watching this movie, it occurred to me why many of Jerry Lewis' movies are shown infrequently. Many(like this) rely almost solely on slapstick humour, and in doing so the plot seems thin and almost like an afterthought. I can absolutely see why it was enjoyed, and I almost forget how handsome Lewis was as a young man, but all of the physical humour tends to make the situations so unrealistic that it borders on absurdist. I was surprised to see that Mel Brooks had a writing credit. It is still worth watching, especially as a family film(kids will love it) and also as an example of Lewis' directorial style. However, the star of this movie is the multi-level extremely expansive and elaborate set, the likes of which set a record cost at the time of $350K.
Andy G (nl) wrote: The single Moms Club is a very boring drawn out movie about 5 woman have problems with relationships and their kids and try to bond together since made from Tyler Perry so he can't make a good one all the time. C (2014)
Maddy C (fr) wrote: A charmingly brilliant feel-good film. The Way Way Back is essentially a coming-of-age tale with a light hearted twist.