Synopsis James White (White) is one of dozens of associate pastors at a mega church in Southern California under the tutelage of television evangelist Johnny Kingman (Wise). He always longed to have his own church and jumps at the opportunity to become pastor of the impoverished Divine Faith Apostolic Church in Atlanta. His wife and two children aren’t very enthusiastic about his assignment. Neither is the congregation itself, but they will have to learn to trust each other and pull together to save the church from a corrupt banker anxious to foreclose. It will take a musical miracle, supplied by BeBe Winans himself, to save them all in this heartfelt, family-friendly comedy.
Gianni V (mx) wrote: Un road movie bouleversant, mais qu'il faut "meriter" : au debut du film, le personnage principal ne parle jamais, on ne sait rien de lui ni de ses motivations, ni le pourquoi de ses actes apparemment absurdes. Au fur et a mesure des ses rencontres (improbables) dans la steppe kazakhe, on commence a percevoir ses motivations mais, jusqu'au tout dernier photogramme, le doute subsiste.
Adam G (br) wrote: There's a good documentary to be made about the black metal scene, and this one kind of is. But it's sloppy, and too inwardly focused too much of the time. Still, there's some arresting scenes to be found here: Fenriz (of Darkthrone) having to deal with the mundane aspects of black metal's emergence as a trend, Varg Vikernes (of Burzum) calmly explaining the murder that he's serving time for, and a disturbingly gruesome sequence in which Frost carves himself up with a knife) as part of an art installation. Still, the film's missing something - more fire, perhaps?
Andrew P (it) wrote: Would love to see this, reminds me of the German film relased around 2000 "BALLS".
Laura H (gb) wrote: i saw that in america
Ben T (es) wrote: I really thought this movie was stupid. It made no sense, had no point and nothing I could relate to.
MF J (br) wrote: Another Ahston Kutcher comedy, low on the IQ level but pleasant enough to watch thx to the presence of the always entertaining Brittany Murphy. It's full of cliches and bad jokes about Europeans but if you like both lead actors you should have a good time.
Gabriel K (mx) wrote: A romantic drama that starts off as a rather straight story but becomes something else entirely as the reality starts to collapse into world of fiction. I watched the R-rated version absent of the explicit material, but loved the movie regardless for its beautiful cinematography and a story that keeps you guessing even after the ending credits roll.
Ricardo C (jp) wrote: Cliches, cliches, cliches. (Still an enjoyable watch, though.)
Carlos M (kr) wrote: With Michael Douglas in a superb and unforgettable performance as the voracious shark Gordon Gekko, this is an excellent film that relies on an elegant dialogue to tell us a fascinating story about man's greedy desire to score more and more in the stock market game of power.
Michael S (us) wrote: It's impossible to take in during a single viewing so I know I'm going to need to watch it again down the road. I liked it but I have some specific misgivings about it that are less the fault of the film and more about my personal tastes and preferences. Never the less it's a powerful, immense work of filmmaking, and one of the most beautifully shot films I have seen. Ever. The chiaroscuro is so strong that it may be the most colorful black and white film I've ever seen.
Bill T (ag) wrote: Bit by bit, I find the Harry Palmer story growing weaker and weaker. The Ipcress File was brilliant, Funeral In Berlin was damn confusing. I wish I could say this was better than Funeral, but it really isn't as Billion Dollar Brain gives us a real pedestrian spy story, with none of the charms we're so used to seeing in these movies. Michael Caine is all right I suppose, but he's less human and more spy here I'm afraid.
Noname (br) wrote: 80s movie about the crocodile man "Mick Dundee" played by Paul Hogan. The female reporter Sue goes to australia for some job to find Dundee and invites him for a trip to New York where he doesnt really belong. Fun movie and there are 2 sequels but they are not as good.
Dina K (au) wrote: Moves a bit slowly, but for fans is worth it. Beautifully shot too. Scotland is a main character in this show.