Augustine: The Decline of the Roman Empire
In 430 AD, in the besieged city of Hippo, the seventy year-old bishop Augustine tells Jovinus, a captain of the Roman guards...
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Amanda W (ag) wrote: This film is brutal and violent. But, despite the amount of action, this film manages to bore the audience. It's half-formed characters and too-long torture scenes belay what could have possibly been a great film.
Jeremy S (it) wrote: This movie shows how sometimes our justice system is more interested in winning than determining the actual guilt of an individual. Its funny that the prosecution felt that DNA wasnt an exact science and in this case, but good enough at the time for hundreds of others. Even after a confession and genetic match, they did not want to admit they are wrong, and offered pleas bargains instead to bury this thing. You have to give all the people supporting him and Darryl Hunt a lot fo credit for sticking to their guns and bringing this case to light. Its an absolute mockery of fair trial and I hope this film opens the eyes of people who think racism is a thing of the past.
Lynne V (us) wrote: this was really good. not as good as the book, but as close as anyone could come to telling the tale on film. one of the most amazing adventure stories of all time.
Rob W (ca) wrote: I couldnt wait to rush to the ending
Grant S (br) wrote: Pretty dull. Quite unoriginal, borrowing a lot from robots-gone-rogue movies like Bladerunner. Really adds nothing to the genre. Only two highlights are the great soundtrack, and Russell Crowe's acting. Crowe gives a great menacing performance as the rogue robot.
Agus B (kr) wrote: suuuuuper desagradable pesima,pura porqueria, asquerosidad horrible,no da miedo,aaaaaaaaaaaaaay esta entra en mi top 5 de las peores peliculas de la historia1-bio dome2-hobgoblins3-foodfight4-son of the mask5-dragon ball evolution
Joshua L (gb) wrote: I liked it, it was kinda cool with a cool soundtrack
Donald G (de) wrote: Watched this last night. I remember watching it when I was little. It was weird and I didn't understand it back then. I shouldn't have watched it at such a young age. Watching it now, I appreciate what a good film it is. It must have been controversial back then. It challenges the viewer. It's dark. It also, has some funny moments. The ending is haunting.
Carlos K (jp) wrote: Una fabulosa follie de crimen y sospecha. Glamorosa a ms no poder. Lumet derrocha clase y los actores... tal vez el mejor reparto de la historia del cine. Fascinante Bacall, conmovedora Bergman, deslumbrante Bisset, un tour de force para Finney como Poirot, etc, etc. Un clsico con uno de los valses ms hermosos jamas compuestos que imita el sonido de un tren. Imprescindible.
Cristele S (us) wrote: Oliver Barrett IV: Jenny... I'm sorry.Jennifer Cavalieri: Don't. Love means never having to say you're sorry.
Kaye H (br) wrote: much more depth than the remake not so much a funny story but a tale of learning acceptance and tolerance...
jay n (kr) wrote: One of the darkest if not the darkest of the big Hollywood or Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals this has an almost throughly unsympathic anti-hero and somewhat of a doormat, at least at first, for a leading lady. However it also has some of the most beautiful music ever written sung by two great artists. "If I Loved You" is a song so full of cautious yearning and guarded longing with beautiful simplicity it tells you so much about Billy and Julie any other back story would be wasted. "You'll Never Walk Alone" is starkly moving and "June Is Busting Out All Over" provides some much needed levity in the heavy proceedings. Shirley Jones, at perhaps the peak of her lovliness, and Gordon MacRae, always one of the most attractive men in films with his All American robustness, with their chemistry and charisma make the two main characters people you care about which especially in Billy Bigelow's case is not the easiest accomplishment. As far as their singing performances Shirley as was always the case is in exquisite voice but the real standout has got to be Gordon, blessed with a gorgeous baritone and a fine expressive style, he is terrific here particularly in his big showstopping set piece "Soliloquy". A beautiful film about imperfect people, and the redemption of one, that may not be politically correct if viewed through the prism of modern times but looked at from the persepective of the times it was made in is a great entertainment.
Edison H (gb) wrote: Entretenido y buenos efectos para ser un corto, aunque a mi parecer la pelicula es mejor, los dos son muy buenos.
Jason K (kr) wrote: Saw it In 9th Grade And it was fun