The Gospel of Caesar
Documentary film about a linguist and a Catholic priest, who search for and find the origins of Christianity and the real historical Jesus: Julius Caesar.
- Stars:David Llewellyn Child, Anne Nies Keur, Jan Van Friesland, Jorge Muñoz-Ortiz, Aida Mussach, Francesco Carotta, Pedro García González, Angel García Eva, Laura Canencia Ramiro, Mario Matesanz Rodríguez, Gerard Janssen, Fotis Kavoukopoulos, Margarete Burghalter Dienst, Pope Benedict XVI, José Cabral,
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Damon R (de) wrote: This is a cool movie!
Gimly M (br) wrote: I always try to be lenient on B-Movies, particularly when they're horrors. It takes a lot of work to come up with a finished product, I know, so trying to push out literally anything that fills the ninety minute slot on such a low budget is an impressive feat, whether it's a decent bit of entertainment or not.Brotherhood of Blood is not fantastic, but it's all a matter of comparison. And thinking about what it had to work with, the film is actually kind of alright. Latching Sid Haig (above - House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects, Halloween, Jackie Brown) and Ken Foree (Halloween, The Devil's Den, The Devil's Rejects, Leatherface, The Terminator, The Wanderers, Dawn of the Dead) as vampires was an especially good move, no doubt to appease cult horror fans like myself.From what I could gather online, the general feeling towards Brotherhood was that its ending was a let down, but I personally dig the ending. I thought it was great, perhaps not a great surprise as it was intended to be, but none the less, not as poorly executed as people seem to feel.Though Brotherhood falls into the proverbial pit that assails all B-Movies, in that the effects and visual quality are simply abysmal. The film acknowledges this, and just gets on with the story. And its actually a pretty bloody decent story. I love the theorems about Saint George the Dragonslayer, it was a fresh and exciting idea, even if it has been dumped into a tired horror formula.While the acting was less than upstanding, again it's all a matter of comparison, and when held up against B-Movies the likes Broken of or the very similar feeling vampire film Against the Dark, Brotherhood has actors that are a veritable powerhouse! Of course against films that are actually good, it's not so lucky.52%-Gimly
Jesse K (mx) wrote: A highly engaging thriller with plenty to offer. Good intense stuff.
Jacqueline S (ru) wrote: maybe only becuase ji,,y fallon is n it
Michael O (ca) wrote: Decent martial arts epic. Dragged in parts but had awesome action
Sam O (fr) wrote: This movie was pretty bad. It was shot as if it were made with a home video camcorder in the 80's. I didn't really know what was going on throughout the movie, which is why I probably fell asleep for five minutes. The vampires were not your traditional vampires and there was something going on with lesbians (I think lesbian parts made them able to walk in daylight or something of the sorts). It contained a cast of maybe ten people who couldn't act worth a crap. I'm sure they were trying to be bad on purpose to get laughs, like in Black Dynamite, but it just doesn't work for me.
Bill B (it) wrote: I finally gave this a re-watch the other night after what I can only guess is at least 15 years or so of having it in the collection, as it's one of those movies that's so great, you kinda put off returning to it to savor it properly.The story of a man who can't make new memories desperately trying to search for his wife's killer, we follow Guy Pearce as he tattoos vital info on his body to help him piece together clues, interspersed with flashbacks to fill in gaps int he films fractured narrative.Great stuff, and well worth another lookRecommended.
beth c (ca) wrote: some interesting ideas and scenes, but some really bad acting that is frankly distracting. A little heavy handed at times, but is entertaining enough for one watch, not really any more.
Darin W (au) wrote: i love this movie- i watch it every time we drive out to go skiing. If your a skier, you'll like it- has some sweet ski footage. And it also don't too bad of a story either.
Mike P (es) wrote: A little long in some areas, but I love that she's unafraid to show how much of a bitch she can be. She really puts everything out there and is consistently controversial and unapologetic.
Victoria L (de) wrote: This is a good movie, it kinda reminded me of Road House, but more family influence than just one bar bouncer.
Zack M (br) wrote: "I respect your ambition Willie but you have to have VISION"
The Phantom C (kr) wrote: Billy Liar is wonderfully absorbing and humorous.
cahil c (mx) wrote: enjoyed it..while left both sympathetic and angry..
Jamie I (gb) wrote: I don't know why I was so disappointed. This is one of those flicks where all the funny scenes are in the trailer. So if you watched that you're set. Though littered with homosexual innuendo it really wasn't as funny as I thought it would be. If you're hard up for entertainment maybe I'd recommend this otherwise nah.
Kevin B (it) wrote: Michael Shannon has proved his one of the most under-rated actors around
Peter P (kr) wrote: Interesting in parts, but boring in most, and it just seemed to get lost somewhere in the middle, and never really gets back on track.
Call i (gb) wrote: Such pretty pets, but if you are into happy animal movies I would suggest you stay away from this. The acting is ok but not superb. I must admit I cried a little at the ending...
Ryan M (es) wrote: The "christian" genre films are gradually getting better. I enjoyed this one coming from that mindset. Are they there yet? Not quite, but gotta give the community props for working on improving.
Charlie L (ca) wrote: The action is brutal, intense and extremely well-choreographed, the pace keeps it riveting and the script is well above-average.