The Unwinking Gaze: The Inside Story of the Dalai Lama's Struggle for Tibet
A rare behind-the-scenes glimpse into the life of Tibet's revered leader, the Dalai Lama.
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Dianne H (kr) wrote: this movie waa a true tear works for me. watch it in bed with my two girls. every time i looked at them i cried, especially since my oldest is 16 years old. when she passes I wish she would come back to me someday like Bailey.
Becky F (kr) wrote: A woman in her 20's gets quadriplegia by MS and goes to Lourdes on a healing tour. The movie is very subtle and thought provoking from start to finish.
Jiaming H (au) wrote: other than the girls, nothing much to fancy here. plot/story was weak. cast were alright.
Milla V (au) wrote: Ihan hyva idea mutta toteutus jai kohtalaiseksi.
Ken D (kr) wrote: Slower paced ghost story which really picks up the pace the longer the movie went, especially in the last act. Diamond Dallas Page Really got into his role and was really the bright spot in this movie. Not the best acting in the world, but was adwequate enough for what this movie was. Nothing new that the story brought to the genre, but at times seemed a littlemore brutal and in your face.
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Artha B (fr) wrote: superb! not a commercial movie. do not expected a heroic sentimental scene. it's a trully documentary. it's about see through james Nachtwey lens that shows what is really happening the world, in black and white photograph.and it have some several scene and photo's about Indonesia during the reformation moment (1998)...
George I (ca) wrote: Bad movie gone good, not to be confused with "so good it's bad." Or good movie that doesn't live up to it's potential? Affleck's part of the problem here, and I'm not one of those guys who thinks he's a bad actor. He's not very versatile, it's true, but folks who think John Wayne or Burt Reynolds weren't good actors are idiots who apparently aren't aware that "specialist" is a concept that works in entertainment as it does in every other field. Now, I wouldn't give Affleck an award for his best work over Ben Kingsley in that Marvel One-Shot he did, but that's beside the point. Affleck was the wrong guy for this. They should've gone with a comedian and kept mostly everything the same. The story could use some work, especialy that GTFOH moment, but a comedian or an actor with great comic timing could have at least elevated this to something better than it is. Everyone else is great and bonus points for Clarence Williams III whom I didn't recognize til Affleck gets his pecan pie. Missed this the first time around 'cause I thought it was some kind'a Die Hard thing. No idea it was a heist movie. Die Hard *is* a type of Heist movie, I guess, but you know what I mean.
Trent W (de) wrote: Young Joaquin Phoenix and Vince Vaughn side-by-side is pretty interesting to watch, especially seeing Vaughn playing the character that he plays in it
Jamie C (jp) wrote: Con Air is what every Hollywood action film should be, Big stars, Non stop action, Big explosions, Humour and a certain added charm in the lead role, This film has it all, Ok yes it's silly in places and the acting wasn't great but who cares, Sit back turn off your brain and enjoy.
Mikey M (it) wrote: Little genius moments are slipped in here and there and the main cast are good - even Duvall (who I can rarely watch without hating because she ruined The Shining) puts in a 'best I've seen her' performance. However, on final consideration, Altman didn't give us his best with this dull and rambling gangster flick.
Anne F (br) wrote: If you enjoyed Graham Greene's novel you'll be very disappointed by this film. It was completely spoilt by bad production, lighting, sets, the actors' accents and some truly awful acting. Thankfully it was only a short film.
Dan K (de) wrote: the gibbons, once considered the perfect portrait of british life and well-crafted naturalism ,now considered a tad stiff and emotionless... still, despite its faults, i can still relate to bits of it,,, and i really liked the scene when mr and mrs gibbons find out about reg, in the garden! beautiful stuff
Luke W (au) wrote: Hateable characters, hateful plot, either way its still kind of funny.
Nate T (it) wrote: Well done but wildly uneven film with great acting, which compensates for the unevenness of the film. Rowlands and Cassavetes are in top form here. It is now thankfully part of The Criterion Collection.
Matt F (fr) wrote: Unfortunately, Meryl Streep and Uma Thurman can't rise above this mediocre script.
Ann F (br) wrote: This movie has plot holes so big you could drive trucks through them! What a stinket!
Ekene O (gb) wrote: Mostly predictable, except for certain parts. Funny. Overall good.
Sylvester K (mx) wrote: Too disturbing to really be a kid film, Small Soldier brings back childhood memory thanks to the Toy Story like storyline with an adult twist.