For centuries, the Great Pyramids have fascinated Mankind. Patrice Pooyard's The Revelation Of The Pyramids reveals what lies behind the greatest of archaeological mysteries: a message of paramount importance for humanity. From China to Peru, from Egypt to Mexico, through the world's most enigmatic and most beautiful sites, the director has spent 6 years meeting eminent scientific specialists and verifying his discoveries. The result will shake the teaching of history to its very core, and revolutionize Egyptology entirely. A great odyssey along a breathtaking route climaxes in a revelation as unexpected as it is staggering.
Writer:Jacques Grimault (based on "The Revelation of the Pyramids" by), Jacques Grimault (narration written by), Patrice Pooyard (narration written by), Patr
An apocryphal view on the pyramids, starting in awe at the amazing achievement of the Pharanoic architecture and sculpture, most specially at Gizeh, given Cheops's pyramid's size, weight, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Austin B (au) wrote: This is a strange, strange movie. Don't watch it because it has been advertised as a superhero movie, because it will disappoint you. This is an indie rom-dramedy. It's well acted and an enjoyment if you know what you're watching beforehand. This is NOT your typical superhero movie.
Ryan G (gb) wrote: Michael Douglas and Evan Rachel Wood give top notch performances in this touchingly funny film.
Marcus W (br) wrote: This is technically a "coming-of-age" film, but it has a kookiness to it that's irresistible. It deals with 60's racism without being heavy-handed - while also being a road-trip movie. It's completely odd and completely unique. Antonio Banderas should consider directing more often.
Sean L (us) wrote: Fuck everyone involved in the making of this travesty. Oh, and it's really impressive that 35 people have rated this movie an average of 4 1/2(!) stars considering it not only isn't due for another six months, but also doesn't have a cast or director listed.
Peggy S (gb) wrote: This film is worth watching just for the speech by the frat boy Thor about the value of learning. This offers a wonderful and funny spoof of the seriousness and silliness of our glorified "college years."
Guido S (au) wrote: A spoof of the Twilight movies, mostly the first two. In terms of Friedberg and Seltzer, this is one of the better ones they have worked on, but that's not saying a whole lot. The main problem with this is the Twilight movies are so corny and unintentionally funny on their own, this movie doesn't really have a point and the source is somehow funnier than the spoof. It also doesn't help that it very closely follows the story of the first two movies so it doesn't bring anything different here.