An unseen woman recites Shakespeare's sonnets - fourteen in all - as a man wordlessly seeks his heart's desire. The photography is stop-motion, the music is ethereal, the scenery is often ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Angelic Conversation
An unseen woman recites Shakespeare's sonnets - fourteen in all - as a man wordlessly seeks his heart's desire. The photography is stop-motion, the music is ethereal, the scenery is often ...
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Coady M (au) wrote: very good movie very demented absoultely no plot you feel violated
Julian T (nl) wrote: A really powerful documentary. It showcases not only the amazing beauty and awe of sharks and of the ocean in general, but the sickening corruption, senslessness, stupidity and brutality of mankinds interaction with it. The photography and footage is stunning. I dare anyone to watch this film with an open mind and not be deeply moved by a desire to save the sharks, and to cease the horrific destruction of the most valuable resource of our world. This is one of those movies that everyone in the world should see, because its message, beauty and ideals definetly have the power to change things.
Akhil A (it) wrote: Satisfied Completely....!!!..
Drax R (ca) wrote: Meh. A Resident Evil spoof with aleins and not zombies.
Steve S (it) wrote: Probably in my Top 10 of WORST films I have ever seen,.
Jeff B (br) wrote: I just discovered that many people and Critics disliked this movie, in reality it is a 4 start movie it is very silly at times, but this is a movie me and my dad have quoted for over 20 years it is hilarious. It is so strange how for the longest time we talked about how much better When Nature Calls was than the first one only for me to find out now that Critics did not feel that way at all. There are way to many quotable hilarious scenes in the movie to not give it a chance, I feel it remains funny throughout the run time, still love it and quote it to this day.
Sebastian T (us) wrote: Similar to The French Connection with a tad more spice. Perhaps car chase scenes in the scenic and hilly San Fran atmosphere is more exciting than the concrete jungle of NY. Steve McQueen is a more sufficient badass than Gene Hackman, too.
Shawn S (kr) wrote: This has intense moments, an excellent story, skilled direction, and a great cast.
Jack C (ca) wrote: Never boring, never cheesy and always punchy, Lethal Weapon deserves its status as one of the all time classic action films. Lethal Weapon boasts quotable dialogue which is delivered brilliantly by Gibson and Glover. It refuses to partake in the modern day action cliche of shaky cam, favouring easy-watching well choreographed car chases, shootouts and fights. It's not the best Christmas action flick out there (thank you Die Hard), but it's certainly a complete package.
Andy D (ru) wrote: I found this to be one of the most thought-provoking takes on a war movie in some time. Although it's been slated, I personally thought it was better than had been reported. It's comments on the confusion of modern warfare, the situation in the Middle East, and human behaviour in the theatre of war, are all very insightful and refreshing. Oh, and there's huge monsters. Always good. It uses the backdrop of a sci-fi film to look at the confusion of modern warfare, and I think does it in a very powerful way. Worth a look.
Gabriel C (jp) wrote: Shrek is a funny, subversive and surprisingly thoughtful family treat.