The Celestine Prophecy

The Celestine Prophecy

Based on James Redfield's worldwide best-selling novel, The Celestine Prophecy is a spiritual adventure film chronicling the discovery of ancient scrolls in the rainforests of Peru. The prophecy and its nine key insights predict a worldwide awakening, arising within all religious traditions, that moves humanity toward a deeper experience of spirituality.

An adaptation of James Redfield's novel about the search for a sacred manuscript in the Peruvian rain forest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Celestine Prophecy torrent reviews

Johnny N (ag) wrote: Kis chutiye ne ye film banayi hai? Uska IQ 0 hoga. Koi sense hi nahi hai movie me.

JamesMasaki R (es) wrote: It's rare that a successful band breaks up without any bad blood. After almost 10 years, LCD Soundsystem decided to go out completely planned, and what a way to go by playing a nearly 4 hour show at Madison Square Garden. The concert film also incorporates interviews and footage pre-concert, and also James Murphy post-concert, looking at his last 10 years of his creative life come to a close. Goodby LCD, it was incredible while it lasted. The band may have ended but the music still remains.

Taylor (de) wrote: The worst movie I have ever seen. I thought about it, and it has definitely earned that title. It was horrible in every single way possible. I'm ashamed I watched the whole thing.

Suhail K (ca) wrote: Trust Anurag Kashyap to come up with a quirky fare. Had missed out on this one, so caught it up wen it showed on TV. This one's not for the faint hearted though. Based on student politics and set up in Rajasthan on the backdrop of Rajputana movement, this is an engaging, dark, brooding, overtly violent portrayal of dark, anguished characters. Kay Kay dominates the proceedings mesmerisingly, same with the supporting cast. Special mention for the engaging lyrics by Piyush Mishra. Watch it if you tired of the regular fares that Bollywood ussually dishes out.

Emily D (kr) wrote: I loved it! Paul Bettany is an amazing actor and is so underrated! Andy Serkis and Brendan Fraser are also great! :D The scene where Dustfinger was doing that fire thing and spinning it around looked so cool! It would be amazing if you could actually read people out of books or yourself into books! :D

Greg W (au) wrote: saw in the theater it was awesome esp the fake 'trailers'

Philip E (it) wrote: Talking heads bore many but incisive on media, title true.

Christina A (gb) wrote: Watching this now....creepy

Garett G (au) wrote: Despite the birds eye view slow motion rear ending and guy flying out of his windshield onto the back of another car, this movie is terrible.

Jeremy S (gb) wrote: 80's junk with the soundtrack to prove it. Third rate acting as well

Nadia V (gb) wrote: Magnifique Annie Girardot et excellent Alain Delon ... une famille, des amours, de la jalousie et des drames ....

Jorel D (mx) wrote: This movie has Whisky Tango Foxtrot moments that made me laugh all the way through! A goofy looney action film of what would happen if cartoons where in the real world.

David L (ca) wrote: This was much worse than expected. You'd probably ask why I expected this to be half decent at all, but I did at least visualise something similar to the cheesy Piranha 3D. It was nothing of the sort, in fact I think it tried to take itself seriously which you simply can't do with a title like this. There weren't too many shots of either beast, and although I saw that as a negative, I don't think the graphics would have been up to scratch to pull off more screen time for them both, so it was always a lose lose situation. It's hardly a tricky concept to follow, prehistoric creatures are accidentally thawed out and create menace around the world. To be fair they didn't seem to be wrecking that much havoc until they were provoked by some pheromones so they weren't that beastly after all. As for why the title pits them against one another I don't know, as they were quite happy going their separate ways until enticed. The battle that ensued was less of a battle and more of an embrace as we just get to witness tentacles wrapped around the shark before they sink down to the sea bed together. The best bits I had seen before via the trailer so there was nothing really impressive left to see, other than some half hearted acting and cringe worthy graphics. I'm glad I've now seen this after years of build up but it did leave a lot to be desired despite the bar already being set very low.