Beginning of the Great Revival

Beginning of the Great Revival

A chronicle of the events that led to the founding of the Chinese Communist Party.

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Beginning of the Great Revival torrent reviews

Rich A (ag) wrote: Even worse than Zombie Strippers, the last film I saw Robert Englund in. A B-Movie doesn't have to be Crap Movie but this is. Makes Lesbian Vampire Killers Oscar material!

Mauricio A (es) wrote: From the almost Stone Age beliefs in the supernatural, we humans have in what is an objectively short period of time accomplished quite a feat in our ever growing understanding of the universe. Sure, there is still a LOT we do not know but this documentary will inspire, not only personally but as a species, a sense of scientific pride and awe as we catch glimpses of what lies behind the curtains of human perceived existence. It is not only quite entertaining but also educational. Definitely worth watching to see real people trying to figure out real challenges that transcend the daily news, payrolls, paychecks and petty disagreements that seems to plague our everyday. It is wonderful to see humans come together and work on a goal that truly benefits us all. Highly recommended.

Josip M (mx) wrote: This is probably the lamest superhero movie ever. Horrible acting, laughable script, unconvincing villain. And the superhero costume was actually bought in a retail store in the movie. WTF?!?!

James H (jp) wrote: A silly movie, extremely improbable. Filled with cliche's, but there are a few suspenseful scenes. The special effects are adequate, at best. The acting is so-so.

Jan C (us) wrote: This is a WONDERFUL film and I am appalled that the box off ice was poor. There is so much crap churned out on a daily basis and this little gem deserves your full attention.

Jon H (nl) wrote: Yes, it's The Thin Man meets James Bond. The movie is worth seeing for Stanley Tucci alone, in the hilarious role of a thug named Muerte (or as Jeff and Jane Blue refer to him, "Morty").

Khaled M (de) wrote: Bold role for Pacino but regrettable.

Marylou A (us) wrote: What's not to like in this one?

Mark W (de) wrote: saw an ad for this when released and have wanted to see since (since it was luke skywalker).

Max S (au) wrote: This might be the worst movie I've ever seen in my entire life

Roland J (ag) wrote: If you like westerns and if you like oldies and of you like Fonda, you'll like this one!

Angelo Dean B (au) wrote: An OK movie, I just didn't seem to connect with it. Good performance from Minnie Driver as always.3 Stars!

Paul John M (kr) wrote: there's a lot of mediocre acting in this movie........but the fighting scenes are nice..

Kyle C (nl) wrote: Typical horror movie, horror fans will like it, non horror fans probably won't, and that's pretty much all I can say but I think it would have been better if it was rated R.

Sirayus H (de) wrote: Watching this movie again and again since my childhood and never get bored

Chris R (it) wrote: Suffragette is a decent little drama about women fighting for the right to vote in 1920s Britain. The acting in this movie is fantastic, especially Carey Mulligan. She gives nothing short of an Oscar worthy peformance. However, the actual plot of this movie does not compliment the acting as well as it needs to. This film simply does not hook you and doesn't have the emotional heft that you would expect from a story like this. Also, Meryl Streep and Helena Bonham-Carted are severely underused. I don't necessarily recommend this movie but if you get a chance to watch it, you should just for the acting alone.

Lewis E (jp) wrote: Think hardcore MJ fans (which should be all of you) will never get tired of seeing the best that ever did it do what he does best. Though the people in this documentary say nothing we haven't heard before, it remains fresh by focusing on the less publicised post-motown Jackson 5/Off The Wall years complimented by a generous helping of footage showing the King Of Pop work his magic.