Crop Circles: Quest for Truth

Crop Circles: Quest for Truth

Crop Circles: Quest for Truth is a compelling and provocative feature-length documentary full of never-before-seen footage and interviews with leading Crop Circles researchers and scientists, some of whom agreed to be on camera for the first time. The film is an in-depth examination of prevailing theories about the origin and nature of Crop Circles and the possible implications for us and for the future of Planet Earth.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:alien,   universe,   pattern,  

Signs indicate that some form of non-human intelligence is communication with us ... What's the message? Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker William Gazecki offers a compelling ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Crop Circles: Quest for Truth torrent reviews

Elena S (us) wrote: terrible , what the story is about ? who is the girl he saved ?

Vincent L (it) wrote: Un film excellent, qubcois en plus! Des performances superbes de la part de Vincent-Guillaume Otis, Luc Picard et Ren Richard Cyr. Seule la performance de Maude Laurendeau semble sous la barre pour ce film.

Guilherme N (ag) wrote: Another extraordinary chronicle by Michael Moore - we learn so much. And NO, democracy can't NEVER be "two wolves and a sheep deciding what's for dinner" - but wolves have the power even if they are 1%

Nicolas F (de) wrote: Ici on montre surtout des sentiments humains qui ne peuvent changer suivant la classe sociale, l'poque ou le language. Magnifique.

Shajie K (fr) wrote: 23/12/12 Feel good awesome movie! But still pretty sad. After watching this there's a lot similar in the movie Windstruck. Both are worth a watch.-SPOILER-Jeon boyfriend has died and she's in a bad place. Tae-hyun helps her through and down the line they fall in love. However Jeon feels its too soon and moves away from Tae-hyun. Side Story: Tae-hyun's aunts son has died and she has been trying to set Tae-hyun up with her sons girlfriend because Tae-hyun reminds her of her son. He has always been putting it off.So when Jeon Ji-hyeon breaks up with him he agree's to meet this girl his aunt has been setting him up with... who surprise surprise is... Jeon ^_^

Khaled H (mx) wrote: a hit on its way and timea teenage valued movie

James H (de) wrote: Sure it's campy, and cheesy, but it was Campy and cheesy on purpose, it's a fun feel good movie

Alex r (it) wrote: Factory Girl is a decent film on the life of Edie Sedgwick and her work with Andy Warhol. The film should have been better considering the subject, but for what it is, it's a watchable film, but it's a film that should have been much better than what it ended up being. Guy Pearce is quite good in his performance of Andy Warhol, and his chemistry with actress Sienna Miller is really what makes this film watchable. The film should have been better, but as it is, it's n underdeveloped picture that doesn't realize its potential. Luckily, the two lead actors are great, and they make up for the lacking story. If the film was longer and the script would have been better, then Factory Girl would have been a standout film, but as it is, it's an inaccurate portrait of the two, and it doesn't tell the real story. I somewhat liked the film, but it's not a film that I would rewatch again. Factory Girl is simply a decent film that has too many imperfections for me to recommend it. Guy Pearce is very good here, but it's not one of his standout performances. Factory Girl deserved to be better, and it should have been more accurate than what the film turned out to be. I feel that the filmmakers rushed the film and they didn't give the story its just do. Luckily Sienna Miller and Guy Pearce keep you involved from start to finish. This film is just one of those movies that starts off with a promising start, but can't conclude in a satisfying way, and you are left wanting more out of the film, especially considering that Sedgwick was an influential actress in many of Warhol's shorts.

Mark A (it) wrote: Badass cult classic...