Crazy Wisdom is the long-awaited feature documentary to explore the life, teachings, and "crazy wisdom" of Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche, a pivotal figure in bringing Tibetan Buddhism to the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Crazy Wisdom: The Life & Times of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
Crazy Wisdom is the long-awaited feature documentary to explore the life, teachings, and "crazy wisdom" of Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche, a pivotal figure in bringing Tibetan Buddhism to the ...
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JohnnyLee T (gb) wrote: Lacks real conviction. Patchy. Got interested in modern characters then taken back to WW2 and Burma. Acting is good - problem is with screenplay and staging/direction I suspect.
Ale L (ag) wrote: I'm gonna go jump off a cliff now.
Peter V (gb) wrote: Soap more saccharine than telenovelas, but so bad it becomes funny "camp".
Lee R (au) wrote: Why is everyone in this movie a piss poor shot?
Mel R (au) wrote: just so you guys know this is based on a book by Ted Dekker, which is actually really good and much better than the movie. If you didnt like this read the book to see what it was supposed to be like.
Mark R (au) wrote: Edward Furlong is a disappointment in this movie. The concept is good, but it could have been better.
Ceph J (ru) wrote: Manuel Puig was a respectable Argentian writer who wrote "Kiss Of The Spider Woman" (most famous of his 8 novels) but this movie fails to enlighten. Fabio Aste looks like the author but the screenplay shows that he was good at lusting at young boys, watching Rita Hayworth movies, or hanging out with fag hags. We see him pecking away at a typewriter but fail to understand any inspiratiion. What was special about him? This could have been a movie depicting a gay writer facing depression, or a lonely exiled writer trying to fit in an uprooted city. It works more as a travelogue since it was filmed in beautiful Rio. Mind you the cinematography is second-rate but it does give you a sense of the Latin American culture. My disappointment is that the life of Manuel Puig deserves a much better treatment than "Vereda Tropical" offers.
Claudia W (kr) wrote: Good film! Love the ending!
Sultan A (nl) wrote: Featuring impeccable acting from Harvey Keitel, who embodies his character with utmost brilliancy, as well as an overwhelming amount of resonance and symbolism, which add to the film's ultimate effect, as well as to the film's powerful screenplay, all of whose events are directed superbly by Abel Ferrara, who enables the film to coerce the audience vehemently into a realm of harrowing emotions, allowing the film to establish it's mark as possibly one of the greatest films of the 90s.
Agus B (it) wrote: muuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuy perturbadora que miedo le doy una estrella y media pero aunque sea aterradora y perturbadora es buena para gritar y no dormir bien en la noche
alexandra g (gb) wrote: very good movie, the only one in french that i could ever watch
Tim M (ca) wrote: DL Hughley, his fight in particular, is priceless. It's basically a stylish Psych in Europe with some gore.
Brianna E (ru) wrote: Ah, Don Cheadle is fabulous!
Jason D (nl) wrote: I have a high tolerance for director Dante Tomaselli's work. Tomaselli is always going a different route with his films by being insanely over-the-top in surrealism and imagery. In the aptly titled Horror, the loose storyline to this film would be 5 escaped rehab patients (one of which is is rising scream queen Raine Brown) who road trip in a van while tripping on a bag filled to the top with an assortment of drugs and alcohol. The bag was given to them by a sadistic preacher whose house they are going to to stay at. Once there, all sorts of bizarre and horrific things begin happening. There are pumpkin demons, ghost children, torture devices, ample amount of colorful puke scenes, aaaaand Zombies. From scene to scene, the abundance of imagery is astounding and Tomaselli manages to punch it into your head until you are left exhausted and not sure what you just watch. This film is definitely a horror film but it's really hard to place it, as well as understand, which accounts for many, if not all, of the poor reviews for this film. I like Dante Tomaselli's work. He's unique and original, as is this film. It's definitely low budget. Recommended only for the most patient of horror film fans, not to mention fans of independent horror. Also, look for a small cameo from Sleepaway Camp's Felissa Rose in this Mind-bending film.
Nicolas B (br) wrote: I was pretty bored during the whole movie, but it features Scarlett Johansson, so it doesn't need an interesting plot to be watchable.