A simple can of ravioli propels this spectacular 30,000-kilometre, eight-country journey through all phases of food production and the far flung sources of international ingredients. A dream-like voyage with glimpses of disconcerting realities, the story begins with a single mother toiling in one of the biggest open pit mines in Brazil and ends on the shelf of a grocery store in Finland. Along the way, the workers whose calloused hands mine, raise and harvest each ingredient reveal their dreams and hopes, like the Danish pig farmer who loves his sows but longs for a girlfriend, and the Portuguese tomato picker who wants to stay healthy long enough to pay her daughters way through university. Sumptuous photography and impressive sound design make an eloquent statement about our modern, globalized world, making us aware of the hundreds of invisible people who prepare the food we eat every day. -Gisèle Gordon (HotDocs.ca)
Leena L (ca) wrote: A MUST SEE for anyone who has ever worked in the Balkans, especially during a conflict or another. It has it all, the jaded veteran on his way home, the "this IS home"-type, the newcomer with rules and regulations citations on the tongue, the long suffering interpreter and the evaluator who just wants to close the mission down (ok, those do not exist in real life, we know!). The Absurdity of it all, the international inability to do things, the "but of course"-moments that are clear to locals but not to you, the gorgeous mountain scenery and absurdly dangerous roads in full speed, the grannies with scarfs and cows, the hoodlums with guns, the hatred and the effortless "let us turn this into a money making effort". The cast is brilliant and funnily enough it brought back a lot of situations that could not have happened anywhere but in the Balkans!
Justin W (ru) wrote: Git-R-Done this movie is great ya should see it. i laughted my hinden off. only says Git-R-Done at the end of the movie though
The Movie G (ca) wrote: Really good and visionary, but not as good the graphic novel.
Nelson W (jp) wrote: The best of the 3 movies in the series by far. Better acting and more development of characters compare to the other two. Reception by the public is not as good as the first one though, probably due to the more complicated plot.
Even H (gb) wrote: Elsker denne filmen :)
Andrew S (nl) wrote: Pretty much a perfect movie
lion o (es) wrote: you must see 8 out of 10
Kendra M (de) wrote: It was a bit long but a very good movie
Adam P (ag) wrote: Good and believable college football movie where the crappy team doesnt become the unpredictable champions
Durell B (br) wrote: A well done road trip film between a quick witted, firecracker youngster and her sly con man companion. One of the best comic teams I've ever seen in a movie. Addie Loggins played by Tatum O'Neal, who won the Oscar for best supporting actress in this role has impeccable comic timing. She plays alongside her real life father Ryan O'Neal who is great as slick talking hustler Moses Pray. Both brilliantly compliment each other in the best way. Honorable mention to Imogene played by unknown P.J. Johnson who was the African-American assistant to hot-in-the-pants Trixie. Trixie was "your lady for a price" that Moses picked up at a carnival. Imogene had the best side character role and played it well. Paper Moon was precisely what a buddy movie about grifting should be and what others have striven to be. Holds up just as well now as it did 40 years ago. Perfectly executed with phenomenal writing and acting that never fell short in heart and a dash of soul.
Wes S (de) wrote: Cheesy effects and a nice mood, it fits in with some of the campier horror films of the 60's, but isn't exactly an enjoyable watch. It's slow, the plot is stale, and the characters are generic. There are some interesting moments and a cool monster, but they're not memorable enough.
Greg W (ru) wrote: takes the crime genre pix and stands it on its ear
Shawn H (fr) wrote: Loosely based on H.P. Lovecraft's The Colour Out of Space, this is a decent little creepy movie. Nick Adams and Boris Karloff are the definite highlights of this movie. I love reading Lovecraft's stories but it seems like most attempts to make a movie based on one always falls short. This one is no exception. It's not horrible as it does have it's moments, but it just seems to fall flat. Karloff made the movie good for me.
Suresh M (kr) wrote: I thought she was going to go, but she stayed. She stayed for the amor.
CM W (au) wrote: Tense and stylized to a fault, Phone Booth benefits greatly from tight pacing and riveting performances.
Alec M (br) wrote: I didn't even know they still made movies this bad. even watching Ashley Greene in her underwear wasn't enough to save this turkey
Uriel G (it) wrote: An exhilarating experience, full of feeling that is enhanced by battle scenes, again special effects and characters that have been handled in a great way.Jackson concludes his opus magnum in a perfect way, giving a great adaptation to the cinema to the work of Tolkien.