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Tajna Nikole Tesle

Tajna Nikole Tesle

Life and times of Nikola Tesla, famous scientist whose inventions were stolen, but whose greatest contribution to mankind remain a mystery to this day.

Life and times of Nikola Tesla, famous scientist whose inventions were stolen, but whose greatest contribution to mankind remain a mystery to this day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tajna Nikole Tesle torrent reviews

Karolyn F (gb) wrote: Nice and Romantic Moive..!! :)

Carlos J (nl) wrote: Sabia que no era gran cosa y no lo es... Paso en falso de Burman

Sergio P (gb) wrote: YALL NEED TO SEE THIS SHIT LOTS OF FUCKING COMEDIANS UP IN THIS MOVIE...OS FUNNY AS FUCK REAL TALK LOL FROM THE MOMENT IT START TILL THE END????????

Kyle M (gb) wrote: Sweet as having a good heart, and funny with Dano from Disney XD's "Zeke and Luthor" in this barely more averaged DCOM with some similarities from Dwayne Johnson's "Tooth Fairy," along with usual DCOM elements. (B)(Full review coming soon)

Khalid S (ca) wrote: story of the guys in mid 20's like me haha

Nicholas L (nl) wrote: The plot is not overly interesting or necessarily engaging but it's a decent action flick with a involving performance from Harrison Ford.

Alec B (jp) wrote: A film based on a Flannery O'Connor novel shouldn't be this boring. I think the problem is that John Huston was a devote atheist so he couldn't really have the extreme religious conviction of O'Connor even if he made a film that is pretty faithful to what happens in the novel. O'Connor's stories are sort of a Catholic take on Southern Gothic literature, and while I'm not sure I ever really agree with her, all her stories make for interesting reads. I don't want to be too hard on the film, Brad Dourif is fantastic, and maybe I shouldn't blame Huston too much. The real problem is that any movie loses the wonderful poetry of O'Connor's descriptions so maybe film adaptations are out of the question.

Private U (ca) wrote: haunting, seen in downtown Amsterdam in the early '70s