...and on the 7th Day, God Rocked

...and on the 7th Day, God Rocked

A mockumentary about a Christan Battle of the Bands.

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...and on the 7th Day, God Rocked torrent reviews

Dan H (it) wrote: Not sure why all the hate. Well acted, good lineup of actors, pretty good story. I would recommend. Not really awards worthy but better than the ones that got them!!

Jason A (ru) wrote: Perfectly captures the shift in demographics in an ever-changing New York, and a generation that only cares about themselves.

Blake C (ag) wrote: This movie is perfect. There's not a thing I would change about it.

Girlie A (de) wrote: Love is fucked up. It is confusing and it's terrifying and it's painful. It sucks. But I'm looking at you right now and I wanna risk it. I know it could be a mistake, I know we can make each other miserable but even if we had the slightest chance of being that one time, I'm willing to regret you for the rest of my life.

Mique W (jp) wrote: For a film about a sex addict, it's not as salacious as is should be, it's not insightful nor funny and worst of all, it's boring.

Mohammed A (jp) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Jesse O (ru) wrote: What a delightfully strange movie, and I do legitimately mean that as a compliment. It's impressive that Bill Plympton animated this movie completely on his own. So kudos to Mr. Plympton for that. The movie is certainly very surreal and very funny but at its heart there's actually a good narrative to the film without it actually using any dialogue. The movie definitely gets stranger and darker near the end, but I think it's definitely adds to the movie rather than detract because you do get to see how Angel getting his wings brings out the worst in some people who are full of greed. That being said, the movie is very good but it is an acquired taste. Not everyone will get into its visual style or its surreal, dark humor. I still think it's worth watching, even if you may not like it since it is pretty much different than anything else out there, but it's not like that's the only thing going for it. Hell it even has a good message, not something kid friendly, but not every animated movie needs to be.

WS W (jp) wrote: A valuable 9/11 documentary footage.

Ahmed M (it) wrote: This film isn't the type of love story you would expect when you hear it's a movie with Shahrukh Khan. Instead, it's a dark revenge movie. It's surprisingly good as well.

Dustin O (gb) wrote: it's good for all ages and believe me the eric lloyd kid do remind me of mason gamble

John S (mx) wrote: Wow a film with decent character development, almost forgot films of that kind existed. The acting was rather exceptional too! You really have to stay with this film, if you're looking for an instant gratification horror flick fix you might want to pass this one up. No spoilers, just watch the damn movie already!

BRUNO V (jp) wrote: Very interesting with Arnie and Lou " The Hulk " Ferigno , my 80's hero !

Matt K (jp) wrote: Sucked, somehow Gene Wilder isn't funny here. The only good part was the opening from Orson Welles "...and I'm not in this movie"

Steve W (de) wrote: A fantastic western that explores conflict both inner and outer. A simple plot line and fine acting make for good early Peckinpah. The director's style is strong and there is some great dialogue.

Luca C (br) wrote: E' stato definito il film perfetto e probabilmente lo .

Kings M (gb) wrote: Xq para cada momnto exist una cancion... y n cada tragedia ay una alegria :)

Arashdeep S (us) wrote: Watched the first time whilst stoned off my face in the early hours of the morning. So obviously one of the GREATEST MOVIES I'VE EVER SEEN! But pretty good even when watched sober :o)

James S (mx) wrote: A surprisingly subpar film. I think the failings are all a direct result of Barbra Streisand's own ego. While she is undeniably talented and makes the movie watchable, it is also clear that she has no idea how to direct a solid film. The film, rather than driving forward sort of puttering along without clearly setting up its conflicts, much less resolving them. It seems like Streisand just saw a social issue she wanted to tackle, and while she certainly asked a tough, although dated, question, It seems she forgot to answer it.