The Virgin Queen
Sir Walter Raleigh overcomes court intrigue to win favor with the Queen in order to get financing for a proposed voyage to the New World.
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George P (br) wrote: This was one of the early sound films. "Marius" us the 1st of the trilogy. I have seen the later English language version, which was in color and combined all into one fim- it's titled just "Fanny", stars Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier and Charles Boyer. It is entertaining but "Hollywood-ized", less realistic and lighter in tone and I think lacks the poignance and charm of this earlier version, which is seriously dramatic at times and more lighthearted at other times.
Vito I (ca) wrote: Good acting, boring movie
Melania S (au) wrote: Very good movie for anyone having trouble with bullies at school..
Justin R (de) wrote: It is possible this movie is either over my head smart or just very very stupid.
Amir M (au) wrote: Wow. If you don't watch this movie with a critical eye, the ending will come across as Christian evangelical propaganda. But if you interpret it carefully, you will appreciate it as a beautifully-filmed portrait of irreconcilable cultural differences and the power of coexistence.
Charles P (fr) wrote: The franchising possibilities are endless: How to Get Ahead in Politics; How to Get Ahead in Sports; How to Get Ahead in Factory Labour; How to Get Ahead in Speed Dating; How to Get Ahead in Toilet Trading...
Logan M (gb) wrote: It's so unfunny, it's almost offensive.
Walter M (it) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Hearts and Minds" is a documentary about the Vietnam war, made slightly after the United States removed its forces from the country and a year before the fall of Saigon. It is an effectively searing attack on the war starting with the fallacies of rabid anti-communism which was a disguise for imperalistic hubris in aiding the French, thus missing the opportunity to aid Ho Chi Minh after World War II when it had the chance. After that, it was a downhill ride to the racism of the combat troops towards the Vietnamese people. [/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Hearts and Minds" is a very informative documentary, even though I was very familiar with most of the talking heads.(For example, I was familiar with what Clark Clifford, Daniel Ellsberg and William Westmoreland had to say but had not seen footage of the great senator, J. William Fulbright before.) Where this documentary separates itself from others is the unforgettable imagery of the ground-level view of the war. The movie talks to Vietnamese civilians who are not often heard from.(And compare their views to those of the American bomber pilots...) [/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]One last thought: compare "Communism" and "Vietnam" to "Terrorism" and "Iraq."[/font]
Warner B (ru) wrote: Pretty much nothing more classic than a bunch of overweight, unhealthy, exhausted drunken salesmen selling expensive, over graphiced bibles to poor lower middle class housewives who can barely afford to feed their family.A real gem, and measure that documentary genre is wide open for eclectic characters and human stories like this; regular people trying to make a living doing what they do best.
Greg W (ru) wrote: well made spy thriller Fine Cagney vehicle directed by Henry Hathaway.
Josep P (jp) wrote: Duelo al sol 
William G (ca) wrote: BATMAN: Forever is a action packed BATMAN film, even if it can't live up to it's two predecessors, because of the crowded and often confusing storyline.
Kirk B (ca) wrote: A Childhood classic for me.
Brian H (ru) wrote: Dean Martin stars as a famous singer ("Dino") who gets side-tracked in more ways than one while on a trip from Las Vegas to Hollywood ... Ray Walston's character is hilarious (especially the first 45 minutes) as he suspects his wife is having hanky panky with EVERYONE ... a few cute songs tossed in for good measure ... I wonder why this one was not in color ... hmmmm ....
Leilani M (kr) wrote: Christianity is so offensive because it directly confronts the sin that dominates so much of this world. When we turn to our own way, we are turning from Our Creators way. This world is in terrible danger. Atomic bombs, guns, drugs are not as dangerous as the human heart behind them. We receive our freedom purchased by Jesus' blood at The Cross. God loves you so much, with an everlasting love and He can forgive all of your sins. Sin kills the human heart. Sin in the human heart damages the mind, will and emotion (the soul). God helps us break the chains of sin. If any man be in Christ he is a new creature, old things pass away everything is new. God can make you totally new. Persecuted is a great movie that relates to our current condition.
clinton e (it) wrote: I stopped it halfway through it was so bad. Enough said