The Visual Bible: Acts
The accounts of the New Testament Book of Acts, dramatized and narrated, as recalled by old Dr. Luke.
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scott g (de) wrote: a film that turns itself on its head towards the end. a interesting intriguing story, not entirely sucessful, but it runs smoothly enough, and a terrific use of deserted london locations adding to the look, which come that last bit, makes sence, some dodgy acting is on show in places, but also tamer hassan on hand to lend solid turn, stick with this, and youll get something out of it
Stephanie B (us) wrote: this is the absolute worst movie ive ever seen, there is literally no story line and is terrible in every aspect.
Robbie V (nl) wrote: What an incredible story. Very touching.
Jonathan D (es) wrote: After a promising start it falls apart. Still, nice tits.
Grayson W (ag) wrote: An "okay" sequel. There isn't much of a solid plot, just the rehashing of elements from the first movie; the bride aspect felt like an after thought. The movie does have its moments though. The actors are the same, which is nice. They also included a few elements from the original Lovecraft story that weren't in the first film but are shown here. The ending is where it really pays off, but most of the film fails to have the intrigue the original provided.
Luke P (ru) wrote: Charlie Chaplin's first attempt at a serious drama was a massive disaster, critically and commercially. Maybe the change of pace was too much for people enamored with the comic styling of Chaplin's Tramp? The film itself isn't a bad one. It deals with romance and love in an interesting way, and is incredibly communicative despite being silent. Chaplin's score, which runs throughout, is a joy to listen to, capturing the ups and downs of the characters expertly. Chaplin himself doesn't feature in the film (minus a small cameo), eager as he was to let his work do the talking for him. Of course, this being a Charlie Chaplin film, he still finds time for some humour, taking swipes at the pomposity of 1920's French culture. The film can get a little dull in parts, and it will never be considered alongside Chaplin's defined masterpieces (City Lights, Modern Times, etc), but otherwise, is still an enjoyable watch.
Jesse B (it) wrote: Naughty, Erotic, and Taboo, this one's a real sizzler.
Carly D (ag) wrote: Yes, I've heard it's bad! I don't care! Clive Owen!
Ptosis T (es) wrote: Kim Blacklock as "The Bag" takes out of her bag of torture instruments something that looks like something out of the sci-fi movie "Strange Days", - a virtual reality head net 'SQUID', or "Superconducting Quantum Interference Device" She leaves the tortured man in the most grossest part of the of movie when she slimed Mark 1 with vagina discharge that had aged blood clots in it. Perhaps the head net was not a SQUID but some sort of sci-fi tech akin to the Vulcan mind meld but instead it's her queening by stretching her vagina lips to enormous size like giant bat wings to cover the poor man's entire face.