A magician/hypnotist gets the idea that he can make more money (and have a better time) by starting a sex cult than by continuing his magic act, so he becomes Brother Eros whose motto is "... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Love Cult
A magician/hypnotist gets the idea that he can make more money (and have a better time) by starting a sex cult than by continuing his magic act, so he becomes Brother Eros whose motto is "Love is all that counts."
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Deanna B (nl) wrote: Uber corny and so not worth any time spent on it.
Giovanni M (kr) wrote: The history of hip-hop shown in a way I haven't seen before - from the beginnings in NYC up through today's best lyricists like Eminem and Nas. Very well done & entertaining. A must-see for any Hip-Hop fan. On Netflix streaming, fyi.
Jeremy S (br) wrote: Greg Brady? Tiffany? I'm there! Cheese fun time and just as bad as can be imagined.
Jay H (us) wrote: A very refreshing experience watching this movie, Subhash Ghai is the master of creating dramas over sensitive subjects and he has done it again, though not a very novel experience nor it has anything ground breaking or new to offer but the movie does hold its grounds in terms of some brilliantly executed scenes followed by marvellous acting jobs by Anil Kapoor, Salman and Katrina at places, camera work, the locales of Austria have been captured brilliantly, and above all, the music, no wonder AR REHMAN's untimely score has saved the best of this lot, the music blends well with the overall look and feel of the film, excellent and entertaining.....
Zach L (mx) wrote: quite a stupid (not to say ridiculous ) idea with a gunny story . I could never think the president to be so silly (catatonic??) and preside in a TV show Sattire of low level
Merlin R (gb) wrote: THIS IS ON NETFLIX SO WATCH THIS NOW if you haven't already. That said, Michael Moore is a penis but this was great! Ironic that the United States dropped 22 bombs on Kosovo the same day as the Columbine massacre. Definitely STILL a relevant comment on the fact that America is hypocritical when they discuss right and wrong in terms of violence because I think both were wrong obviously. Couldn't give this five stars because Michael Moore is too serious and takes himself too seriously while looking like a turtle LOL. Glad to finally finish this.
Sherry R (fr) wrote: fantastic movie, loved it.
Electra D (br) wrote: Absolutely riddiculous, but funny, anyay... \o/
Luca V (au) wrote: A movie that really makes you feel the dark and depressing aura of the brutal underworld of violence that Harry Brown faces every day until he snaps. A very realistic thriller that keeps you thinking even after the movie has rolled credits.
Rick S (nl) wrote: Too ambitious for a simple movie, but still worth a watch.