A film version of a well-known Georgian folk-tale. A young boy has to be immured into the walls of a fortress in order to stop it from crumbling to pieces. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Legend of Suram Fortress
A film version of a well-known Georgian folk-tale. A young boy has to be immured into the walls of a fortress in order to stop it from crumbling to pieces.
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Greg W (kr) wrote: good modern day WWII pic based upon a true story
Benjamin G (mx) wrote: Good but a little too much narration to keep the film as interesting as it could have been
Luke W (ag) wrote: Great doc about the original and proper hardcore gamers of the world that stood in arcades playing games for 24+ hrs. Good, but not as entertaining as A Fistful of Quarters
Manu G (fr) wrote: The Future of Food is a documentary which focuses on growing concerns over how our crops are produced, and how science is altering the foods we eat.Interesting documentary. To me it was a little boring and tedious because of so many excruciating facts and evidence including scientific which clearly were important in this film but nevertheless a good documentary. No matter what everyone is affected by crop growing in all it's aspects and should in some way acknowledge the facts portrayed in this film and become aware. With deregulation's placing less federal scrutiny on how crops are grown, and an increasing number of "angri-business" firms introducing genetically modified vegetables and grains, some experts have begun to question just what we are eating, and how it got that way. Enjoy!THE FUTURE OF FOOD offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbing truth behind the unlabeled, patented, genetically engineered foods that have quietly filled U.S. grocery store shelves for the past decade. From the prairies of Saskatchewan, Canada to the fields of Oaxaca, Mexico, this film gives a voice to farmers whose lives and livelihoods have been negatively impacted by this new technology. The health implications, government policies and push towards globalization are all part of the reason why many people are alarmed about the introduction of genetically altered crops into our food supply. Shot on location in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, The Future of Food examines the complex web of market and political forces that are changing what we eat as huge multinational corporations seek to control the world's food system. The film also explores alternatives to large-scale industrial agriculture, placing organic and sustainable agriculture as real solutions to the farm crisis today. The Future of Food reveals that there is a revolution going on in the farm fields and on the dinner tables of America, a revolution that is transforming the very nature of the food we eat.
Olutayo O (us) wrote: A full length fun giver in any type of movie!
Ali M (ca) wrote: I have to admit that I watched this the first time because of my admiration for the performances of Sophie Marceau. I watched it several times more because of the interesting portrayal of the power of desire presented by oustanding acting and a rich "period piece" production. Should your friends belittle the story as formulaic and the ending as too easy, ignore them. They have missed the richness of the flow of events in this movie that portrays a more repressed world where women (and, to a lesser degree, men) had different and more limited options and necessarily pursued their opportunities differently. This movie was so well done, it leaves you wishing it were an hour longer.
Juara V (us) wrote: Filme da minha adolescencia, bem fraquinho mais adorava!!!!
Chris E (us) wrote: A delightful little trifle from the mod sixties. Gregory Peck is dryly witty, Sophia Loren is fabulously gorgeous and the plot has so many twists and turns that you're dizzy by the time the movie its over. Don't think too much and just enjoy the ride!
Kinohi N (au) wrote: Dangerous Minds meets Mars Attacks! The movie's attempt to humanize "inner-city youth" (by way of an alien invasion) is itself patronizing. The Blind Side with a British twist.
Kurt T (mx) wrote: I've got all the classics under my belt now that I have TMC (Turner Classic Movies), though my first shot with it wasn't too substantial. The Black Swan's first twenty-minutes begin with a hefty bit of action,--sword battles with some Pirates yelling argh and all that jazz--, and slightly develops the whole plot structure. Though with all this being said, many attractions I have with the genre are not fully explored. The interwoven narrative is rather complex, yet easy to depict. This Academy Award winner starts with a man, Jamie Waring (Tyrone Power), on the threat of torture if he doesn't cooperate, and tell them where his Captain, sir Henry Morgan (Laird Cregar), is located. He diverts to the noble figure, and knocks off a couple witty jokes. Before his sentence to be tortured is fulfilled, Jamie's fellow pirates enter the building of which he was being held. Jamie Waring is let go and sir Henry Morgan becomes King. Though with him being under the king's wing and having many treasures, Jamie falls in love with the previous king's daughter, Lady Margaret Denby (Maureen O'Hara). The acting is not to my standards of good. Though the actors have a couple scenes of realism, they mostly delve into '40's melodrama. Jamie's love interest, played by Maureen O'Hara, can release her fair share of involving emotions. Though lightly, the main protagonist, played by Tyrone Power, can too; but, in hindsight, it all just seems so fake. I did enjoy all the battle sequences that were the doing for its visual effects nomination, but the climax is very much unfulfilling, in my desire to seam the narrative together, and relentlessly dull. All together, I feel The Black Swan manages to lighten a realistic battle, but just never really follows through enough on characterization and narrative structure to be labelled an epic.
Bruce F (de) wrote: For me, the enjoyability for Midnight in Paris comes from its love for both art and history (two of my passions from school). I love this film. While some may call it a romantic film, the real chemistry comes from Gil (Owen Wilson) and the city of Paris. If you enjoy history, the arts, or the city of lights... Midnight in Paris is definitely a film worth watching.
Andrey B (jp) wrote: A masterpiece, it's truly deserves all of its values, everything presents in this movie as it should be. Example of a perfect noir.
Rick B (ru) wrote: Very good, my only main complaint, not enough Leelee Sobieski