War Dance

War Dance

Three children living in a displacement camp in northern Uganda compete in their country's national music and dance festival.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:105 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Acholi,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   murder,   haunting,  

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War Dance torrent reviews

David J (kr) wrote: Colin Farrell was fantastic in this dark-comedy, seamlessly switching between indignant childish squawking and guilt-ridden melancholia. The film was full of hilarious and preposterous dialogue, and its a fun ride even if you never really feel like you got anything once the credits begin.

Rogelio S (jp) wrote: Muy buena pelcula...

Alex M (br) wrote: I thought this was gonna be a human version. they went a little to overboard with the cartoon version

Hope V (nl) wrote: I love this movie. Great plot, characters, and dialogue... unforgettable, charming, and melancholy. Puts a creative twist on life that anyone with derealisation disorder would appreciate.

Eric N (it) wrote: Fairly great 80s movie. Even though I saw it in 2014, I got a lot of enjoyment out of it. I think it's an important movie of its era for teens, but teens now might enjoy it just the same with an added bizarre alternate reality feel of the 80s which they know nothing about.

Samantha D (br) wrote: Loved it to death OMG Jim has always been and always will be an amazing actor

Grami Tami N (it) wrote: Typical early Demi flick... I wasn't very impressed with this one.

Ian M (ca) wrote: A gorgeous romance with attractive, mature, funny dialogue, an incredible setting, characters whom you really like. A powerful, memorable, wonderful movie. One of my favorites.

Scott R (jp) wrote: I'd never heard about this until I went to Eastern Europe.

Matt A (kr) wrote: Reunites the amazing team of director Sam Peckinpah and cinematographer Lucien Ballard.

Patrick D (gb) wrote: There seems to be a whole genre of Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels rip-offs. Nothing to see here, move along.

Emerson B (de) wrote: This movie is funny, exciting, and clever. I love it and so should you.

Milly B (ru) wrote: Colin Farrell and Terrence Howard were very good in this, but Bruce Willis wasn't great.

Lauren M (fr) wrote: Safe, a 1995 suspense film by Todd Haynes, opens with a dark car ride through the San Fernando valley, made ominous by the surreal, synth infused soundtrack by Ed Tomney. It's 1987 and a young, willowy Julianne Moore as Carol, emerges from the car to enter her gigantic mansion with her husband. As the scene cuts to them having sex, Carol's blank stare sets the tone of discomfort and tension that continues to build. She seems dazed and acquiescent as she moves through her affluent world, going to the salon, picking up dry cleaning and attending aerobics classes. The hollowness of her friends and family are highlighted by her stepson reading a paper he wrote about "the problem of black crime in LA" and her friend quickly turning the subject her brother's recent death to her new fruit diet as they eat lunch. The soundtrack continues to depict a mounting sense of doom, despite the fact that not much happens. This film offers an unsettling look at the synthetic excess of Reagan era America and modern life in general. It succeeds in keeping the viewer in a state of stifled edginess and uncertainty throughout, and does not offer any tidy solutions or places of solace. Haynes does a great job of making Carol's seemingly undemanding lifestyle and spacious, well-decorated environment somehow feel claustrophobic and artificial as her health begins to mysteriously worsen. Carol attaches to this idea of 'chemical sensitivity', but the viewer is kept skeptical, wondering if it is the suffocating nature of Carol's life that is manifesting in her behaviors. Carol sees a commercial for a chemical allergy healing center and decides to travel there. She finds a clinical, cultish community with an enigmatic leader, and seems to drink the koolaid. Safe hints at the horrific emptiness of two opposite versions of Carol's reality, but makes no direct claims. Julianne Moore's dedication to remaining a frustratingly passive character drives the film and leaves you wanting more, wishing she would take agency.

Tom H (us) wrote: Holy shit! this movie was awesome as hell. really gory and creepy. it just goes to show that the best horror movies was made in the 80`s.

Danny M (mx) wrote: Good film. Plenty of action to keep you entertained!