Dramatic reenactments of the 2000-year alternative history suggested by "The Da Vinci Code" and a documentary exploration of how much of this account is true and how much is fiction. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Time Machine: Beyond the Da Vinci Code
Dramatic reenactments of the 2000-year alternative history suggested by "The Da Vinci Code" and a documentary exploration of how much of this account is true and how much is fiction.
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Countess N (fr) wrote: Enjoyed it more than i should of!
Tim C (nl) wrote: Intriguing setting, well filmed and acted, but not engaging enough to be a totally satisfying experience.
Stuart K (br) wrote: The directorial debut of Andy and Larry Wachowski, who had ran a carpentry business in Chicago, while doing comic books as a sideline. They got into Hollywood when their debut script Assassins (1995) was made into a film, even though it was heavily rewritten they got the chance to make their own film, without interference. A modern day film noir, which is clever, smart and very twisty. It was a good start to their directorial career. Ex-convict Corky (Gina Gershon), has just got out of jail after 5 years, and she goes to a swanky condominium to work as a painter and decorator, it's here where she meets couple Violet (Jennifer Tilly) and Caesar (Joe Pantoliano), who live next door. Caesar is a money launderer for the Mafia, but Violet is unhappy with their relationship and she finds solace with Corky, and they begin a lesbian affair, and soon hatch a plan to help Violet get away from Caesar and start a new life. It starts after Caesar comes home with $2 million in blood soaked notes that someone had stolen from the Mafia, Corky and Violet plan to steal the money for themselves, but will it go to plan?? It's a very clever thriller, and nothing here is what it seems, and it's a very stylised noirish thriller, which exudes sexuality. Even though the Wachowski's had never directed before this, they showed such confidence and craftiness, then they unleashed The Matrix (1999) on the world.
Spencer B (gb) wrote: This movie is just really weird...
Laura Jean M (jp) wrote: Outstanding! My all time favorite film.
Samuel B (de) wrote: Awesome jewel thief movie because it was one of the first of its kind! A group professional thieves takes on a the challenge of stealing a valuable knife from one of Turkey's big museums. Along the way they recruit the unlikely but likable Peter Ustinov, and a not so serious adventure begins. Great shots of Istanbul in the 1960's, makes me want to visit.
Alfredo S (mx) wrote: While giving some interesting moments and amounting to qualify as a guilty-pleasure, Fantastic Four offers outdated special-effects, a poorly written story, and a noisy tone.