There is a wonderful village. It's called Rosia Montana (Verespatak). With several hundred-year-old houses. People who stick by their land, house, churches, dead relations. The surrounding ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
There is a wonderful village. It's called Rosia Montana (Verespatak). With several hundred-year-old houses. People who stick by their land, house, churches, dead relations. The surrounding ...
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Mike K (nl) wrote: Pretty good documentary about the evils of cops, politicians, prosecutors and judges serving the almighty dollar, if not just their completely racist fantasies. All because the ignorant American population lets them.
Bals A (us) wrote: If you put random scenes one after the other with worthless mobile made video you won't gain automatically a good art movie. If you don't have a working story or anything we couldn't see before... Clip is a f*cking bluff nothing more. It's the shitiest movie i've seen in ages.
Paul F (ca) wrote: not bad typical movie with WWE wrestlers in,quite a good story,action good but acting a little wooden
Wrik S (us) wrote: Indeed slow but penetrative...
Sara S (mx) wrote: The movie was brilliant!
Patricia A (us) wrote: Dated cutesy Drew Barrymore vehicle...
Jake A (fr) wrote: The second Al Pacino and Sidney Lumet film I have seen in a row and unlike Serpico which I liked but felt somewhat cold towards I am struggling to find anything major to dislike about this film. Pacino is great as Sonny and the rest of the cast also put in solid performances, it is edited really well, I like the fact that the film manages to up the tension and keep the plot moving at a quick pace while being situated in one area for the majority of the films length, unusually there is no score which actually is to the benefit of the film as the script is so well written and dark in its humour that a score would take away from the scenes that go from aggressive, to funny and then all the way back to poignant. I can see why this is considered a classic from the 70s and is easily one of my favourite discoveries of the year so far.
Gabriel C (it) wrote: Scrooged works both as an adaptation of a beloved Christmas story and social commentary.