Buddha's Lost Children

Buddha's Lost Children

Buddha's Lost Children is a feature-length documentary film about a Thai Buddhist monk who, armed only with his master boxing skills, wages an inspirational battle to help orphaned children, fight drug abuse, and preserve a vanishing way of life.

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Jason S (us) wrote: Very well crafted Spanish film , suspenseful fun, light drama and a film that has little violence - very enjoyable

John N Sheri G (jp) wrote: Far right will love it, the critics panned it as horrible acting. I might catch it on TV some day, but paying money right now, not happening.

Natalie P (ru) wrote: Even my hubby enjoyed this documentary about high school debate, which in addition to bringing back major memories, also taught me a thing or two. (For instance, I never knew that "spreading" stood for "speed reading.") It also made me think about how expensive and arguably elitist it all was. Featuring some famous people who were former high school debaters, it's a fun must-see for other former debaters.

Benjamin O (es) wrote: Frustrating meandering.

Ian G (gb) wrote: seen it all before - all formula stuff - not worth the effort to watch

Kjetil A (au) wrote: Jaja. Ikke s ille, sett bort fra handling, plot, dialog og drlig bilde.

Adam R (de) wrote: As a teenager I hated this movie and walked out of the theater when I went to see it. But I recently decided to give it another shot per the credentials of the Farrelly Brothers, who have made some really funny movies. I certainly liked it better the second time around and it had some amusing moments, but I wasn't a fan of how the movie ended. (First and only full viewing - Early 2013)

Daniela L (br) wrote: "The Dresser" is like a breath of fresh air, as long as we're focusing on its pure cinematographic value. It lacks the sparks of modern movie-making, and it makes up for it through well-tailored play, together with layers of metaphor and irony. It is both funny and touching, but above all else, it's a manifestation of impeccable acting.

gerardo r (mx) wrote: Not a good movie. But it has been a mindless, fun, cheesy movie to decompress after finishing stressful periods. It is based on a comic book and plays with a ridiculous plot about a Nazi soldier chasing a monk who holds a scroll of great power for sixty years...I can't finish this review...I'm laughing too hard.

Josh M (kr) wrote: Jeepers Creepers has a bright future. The Creeper is a unique horror villain that has a lot more to offer.

Connor S (gb) wrote: This has a mix of a hammered down environmental message, horribly cliched story, bland characters, cheap animation, unbearable humor, and hip and modern scenes. Never watch this.