The Man Who Saw Tomorrow
Hosted by Orson Welles, this documentary utilizes a grab bag of dramatized scenes, stock footage, TV news clips and interviews to ask: Did 16th century French astrologer and physician Nostradamus actually predict such events as the fall of King Louis XVI, the rise of Napoleon, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy? And are there prophecies that have yet to come true?
- Stars:Orson Welles, Philip L. Clarke, Ray Laska, Bob Ruggiero, Roy Edmonds, Ray Chubb, Richard Butler, Jason Nesmith, Howard Ackerman, Brass Adams, Terry Clotiaux, David Burke, Bob Bigelow, Marji Martin, Thor Nielsen,
- Director:Robert Guenette,
- Writer:Robert Guenette (screenplay), Alan Hopgood (screenplay)
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The Man Who Saw Tomorrow torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Although a recount of a famous historical event in India that was exciting in itself, I still felt the writers did not add to the story at all. In addition, the acting was decent throughout. I was not overly-impressed, nor disappointed. Rani's character was relatively useless. Also, what was with the constant "f-bombs" throughout? Seems like the director got the ok from the censor board and let loose.Overall, an exciting historical recount of the Jessica Lal story, but not much added in terms of screenplay.
(mx) wrote: All people should have this right. Very graceful and dignified.
(it) wrote: could have been better
(de) wrote: Started off well, but progressively got worse to a point where it was unwatchable.
(au) wrote: Still one of the best movie sequels ever put on film!
(br) wrote: First off, i watched only the first 30 minutes of the movie (sue me).I get it, zombies, grr, bad, blood, bruce campbell v.o.... zombies driving cars, zombies using pay telephones, zombies who can talk... it's interesting, but, i got bored pretty quick (yeah, i know that contradicts itself, but blow me).I'll write a better review when I watch it fully sometime in the future... but i actually doubt that'll happen, so, fuck you.
(gb) wrote: What kind of sequel is this?! Too predictable and corny unlike the first film.
(it) wrote: There are not enough great things to say about this classic gem. Worth watching all 2 hours and 40 minutes. The greatest work by the great Robert Altman in my opinion. A must see.
(it) wrote: A very wweak film. Lacking in style, charm, or anytyhing else that might'e redeemed it.
(br) wrote: This film is a dose of much needed funny medicine, black meds to be sure, but it will cure leprosy!