Diane, a young and attractive archaeologist, gets to know Dr. Neal Hogan in the secret archives at the Vatican. Both of them are interested in the great mystery that Diane's father, the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Sands of Time
Diane, a young and attractive archaeologist, gets to know Dr. Neal Hogan in the secret archives at the Vatican. Both of them are interested in the great mystery that Diane's father, the ...
- Stars:Laura Linney, Mark Ruffalo, Matthew Broderick, Rory Culkin, Jon Tenney, J. Smith-Cameron, Gaby Hoffmann, Amy Ryan, Michael Countryman, Ben Cross, Peter Weller, Marco Bonini, Guy Lankester, Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu, Romina Mondello, Heino Ferch, Ione Skye, Gabriele Ferzetti, Ralph Herforth, Alexander Kerst, Antonella Lualdi, Max Volkert Martens, Benjamin Sadler, Martin Semmelrogge,
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Rob E (gb) wrote: Must see for cat people - Bob for a Golden Globe!! (ok, so it appears there were like 8 "Bobs"...but still you get the point!
Mallory A (es) wrote: Has its moments but this film barely has a plot and is too dependent on "Fans only" scripting.
Fascade F (ru) wrote: Do...not...even...THINK!...of...renting...this....CRAP!!! Borrow it from a friend and throw it out for him or her!!!STUPID from the word "and...ACTION!" It truly diminishes and dwindles the hope of anyone thinking of going back out on the dating scene. I reccommend you NOT see this one!
Sarah M (fr) wrote: Such a cute disney movie
Brendan A (kr) wrote: Another fascinating film from Werner Herzog, this one set in the Australian outback, where the local Aboriginal population stage a protest at mining on their land. Bruce Spence (Mad Max2: The Road Warrior) plays a geologist sent to bribe them- but he soon finds his views changing as he talks with them. As other viewers have noted, this is a bit padded out plot-wise (like Herzog's "Scream Of Stone), but a quarter century on its themes are as relevant as ever.
Maark T (gb) wrote: One of the best concert movies I have seen.
Eric D (jp) wrote: Doesn't seem like this movie has aged a bit. The story is just as relevant today, as it was then. Maybe even more so...
Cha t (jp) wrote: Another old Ealing studio comedy.
Mon K (de) wrote: Not as good as the stage show but still very enjoyable.
Najd G (it) wrote: I spent the whole movie hoping they'd get arrested.
Richard G (ag) wrote: Nice low budget thriller that delivers spooky elements such as voodoo dolls, ESP, witchcraft, broken romances, spy cameras, illness curses and Commissioner Gordon (Neil Hamilton) as the bad guy. It's all in good Drive-In programmer fun.
Mike B (it) wrote: Quite average, despite the cast.
Ryan S (nl) wrote: It sucked just as much as the remake! Human Torch was a pain in the gut! This piece of s**t was poorly done.
Schell P (es) wrote: I was drawn in by "The Program" being directed by Stephen Frears. It felt like a lifetime movie. No insight, kept waiting for something to happen...waste of $6.99 on demand.Documentaries out there are far more insightful, entertaining, etc..