The documentary, "The Power of Community - How Cuba Survived Peak Oil," was inspired when Faith Morgan and Pat Murphy took a trip to Cuba through Global Exchange in August, 2003. That year ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil
The documentary, "The Power of Community - How Cuba Survived Peak Oil," was inspired when Faith Morgan and Pat Murphy took a trip to Cuba through Global Exchange in August, 2003. That year ...
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Biju B (es) wrote: Zom-com (zombie comedy). Lots of funny dialogues, engaging first half, then it kind of becomes repetitive. If you like zombie movies, this is good for you
Hunter W (br) wrote: Smart, original, and impeccably stylish; Looper's visual style and concept alone makes Looper worth watching, but the emotional underpinnings and focused storytelling allow Looper to rise to a new level.
BRUNO V (br) wrote: Genre serialkiller-movie so must like it , and i did ...best of this week !
Guru S (kr) wrote: very slow and boring.
Soyoung Y (fr) wrote: it's great, it's such a sad story. it touches the human fiber.
Matthew M (ag) wrote: Despite shoddy writing in certain moments, The Ring quickly overcomes it's faults thanks to Gore Verbinski's fantastic and skillful direction, Hans Zimmer's haunting score, and Naomi Watts' great performance, leaving your skin crawling before and after the viewing experience.
Alex W (nl) wrote: I am no fan of kids in the hall, i have seen bits of the show here and there, so i was surprised when i found this movie very funny. A dirty random sense of humor with a little social commentary and some good characters, what more do you want. Its got a better plot then most comedies these days that just revolve around weddings.
Lucas Y (ca) wrote: An enjoyable boxing movie with a hint of mafioso. Louis Gossett Jr, James Woods & Oliver Pratt are great. The ending was a funny little surprise, but a little cheesy when the black boxer punches Bruce Dern for killing his brother. And it's pretty unbelievable that Randall Cobb & Heather Graham could come from the same gene pool.
Damon R (fr) wrote: I thought it was great when I first saw it. Lea Thompson has always been one of my favorite actresses, and Danny Elfman has been my all-time favorite film composer. I enjoyed the entire movie, especially with their performances and their character developments. The story doesn't dwell on the comedy but focuses mainly on the drama because of its unique story.
Arienne A (us) wrote: so, the information might not say it, but dom deluise was in this film as well. and, well add dom deluise to any film and it's going to be good. dan akroyd is pretty good in this one.
Doris F (mx) wrote: This movie was alright, but it was almost sarcastically an eighties style rendition of the good movie it could have been. They did alright, but seriously, it could have been way better. And the plot depth? Try, lack-thereof.
Daniel B (au) wrote: Ever watch a movie as a kid and love it, only to find it again as an adult and realize you were just a dumb kid. This is one of those for me. My kid self ignored huge gaps in the plot, incredibly bad acting, inept direction and a lot of cheese. Although, this movie does hold a few thrills, I would never recommend sitting through this movie to experience them. This movie is very, very dated and not very good.
noodle o (it) wrote: My #2 movie of all time!
Andy P (kr) wrote: Jackie Chan, at the peak of his tremendous talents as a physical comedian and martial arts superstar works terrifically well with Sammo Hung. The two provide laughs and awe inspiring stunts aplenty in this endlessly entertaining comedy adventure, with plenty of guffaw inducing slapstick moments and memorable action set pieces.
Robert H (es) wrote: Good movie about a cold-blooded killer (Richard Basehart) who plays cat and mouse with the LAPD.
Greg W (mx) wrote: wilder's take on 'grand hotel"
Taylor W (au) wrote: I thought it was gonna be bad and I was right
Nigel K (nl) wrote: Iff ever a man was born for one role then it was Arnie for Conan. Perfectly capturing the spirit of Robert E. Howard's creation, all other sword & sorcery films pale in comparison.
Marta B (kr) wrote: Fascinating, thought-provoking, quite specific.