This is a story about two homeless brothers (Zana, 7) and (Dana, 10) who live on the edge of survival. In the beginning of the story they catch a glimpse of Superman through a hole in the wall at the local cinema. Zana and Dana decide that they want to go to America and live with Superman. Once they get there he can solve all their problems, make their lives easy and punish everyone that has been mean to them. Zana, the younger brother, starts to make a list of all people he is going to tell Superman to punish. On top of the list is Saddam Hussein. Dana on the other hand makes a concrete plan for what they need to get there; money, passports, transportation and a way to get across the boarder. Unfortunately they have neither of those. But in spite of everything they decide to follow the dream. Written by Karzan Kader
Iraq in the early 1990 was a devastating land to survive in. When we think of Iraq, the first thing that tends to pop into our minds is the war and Saddam Hussein. But there is another side... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bekas torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Yhikschuloxcvkkkm gg
(ru) wrote: I'd like to see Jennifer Aniston in a real GOOD role cause she clearly has what it takes, so I am sad to see she is stuck mainly in these "mediocre romantic comedies" where after some difficulties boy gets the girl... Good Girl was the only serious role I've seen her in, but I think she proved her versatility in Friends, and ... well, she just happens to be my favorite MODERN actress... I don't get it - doesn't audience want to see her in any other role? Or what?
(nl) wrote: Was not a bad movie. It's the beginning of the monster universe that is about dracula's origin.
(kr) wrote: There was a time in my life when I thought I hated Western movies, now I'm starting to think I just watched the wrong ones. To be totally honest, I think this is the first Clint Eastwood Western I've every watched. It is about a group of gold prospectors who are working a small plot of land while being terrorized by a larger corporation that wants to steal their claim. Then a stranger rides into town and helps fight back. The question is, who is this man who rides in on a pale horse, and why has he come in their most desperate time of need? The story is classic Hollywood fare, the little man standing up to the big mean corporation. What I love most about it is just the determination and fire in Eastwood's performance. He gives these looks that make it clear no one should even think of messing with him. I loved every moment where he faced the opposition, and it was really easy to get into the movie. I was fully engaged from start to finish, and I kind of liked the fact that they didn't waste time spelling out the actual origins of Eastwood's character. In fact he said very little, and when he spoke it was often mild-mannered and unassuming. You could see how, despite his imposing presence, the people could grow attached to him.My one frustration with the film was all the love stuff. I never felt like there was enough reason for Sarah to fall for the Preacher. While Megan had a more legitimate reason (if nothing else, her youthful naivete) I still don't think it added to the story in any legitimate way. I just wish they could have cut some of the needless love triangle and stuck with what made the movie so interesting. Luckily they don't spend a majority of the film on it, and get back to the vital storyline in a reasonable amount of time. The climax with Stockburn and his men is absolutely amazing, possibly one of my favorite scenes I've watched this year. It had a nice Die Hard feel to it as Preacher separated the men and slowly picked them off one by one. Even the final shoot-out was unique and downright cathartic instead of being a typical cliche. Pale Rider not only impressed me with it's acting performances and entertaining story, it literally made me rethink my opinion on an entire genre of films. That's a tall order, but it was up to the task. It is a great film that I enjoyed immensely despite a few minor hiccups along the way. While it won't be creeping its way into my Top 10, I have been convinced to seek out the Western that just might accomplish that feat. I highly recommend Pale Rider to anyone who enjoys Westerns, or even those who think they hate them but maybe haven't seen the right ones.
(it) wrote: Renoir cido como nunca. J algumas influncias pro Buuel. Cool. :-)
(au) wrote: This is a heart wrenching experience. Cried my eyes out and shouted out loud a numerous times watching this documentary. A horrifying view into the most corrupted and disgusting inner workings of the Vatican and the catholic churches in America. Thank you Amy Berg for making this film.
(it) wrote: 9.4/10I really liked this movie, it was a complete surprise to me how much I enjoyed it. Not only did Alexander Payne did a fantastic job writing and directing it, but the performances were excellent as well. The story was very entertaining and had a lot of energy, also the way if was told with different point of views and narratives really made it flow easily and very original. Moreover, I really liked the tone of the movie and how much I enjoyed it, it really was a great comedy with great performances from Matthew Broderick, Reese Witherspoon and Chris Klein. This and Welcome to the Dollhouse have probably become two of my favorite and better surprises I've come across from the 90's that are dark comedies and portray very complete characters with excellent stories. ~May 21, 2015~
(br) wrote: Fun movie. Amusing chemistry between to creative characters.A good feel good couples movie.
(au) wrote: Lol. This one is a great 'awkward/ sweetness' kind of film. Being featured in Amhurst Ohio I feel says a lot about the feel of it. Small town with no one being anything important except for the Bronze medalist. The mild cheesiness is acceptable and in line with the overall writing. It's not so much about gymnastics as it is about the part in all of us that wants to be something great. I enjoyed it and found the promo shorts quite entertaining. Rauche does a great job and I'm always a fan of Cole and Middleditch did a wonderful job. Not for kids, and the best sex scene I've seen in any movie, by far.