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Ak M (us) wrote: it was awesome, increadible, amazing, wonderful, funny, adventurous etc..I just have too many words about that movie. When I first saw the trailer, I thought It would be awesome, but when I saw it like full movie, then I dont thinks so that its cool...Its super super awesome..One of my favourite movie now..you really should see it..and now I like Kelly Blatz as Nick in the movie..I loved these powerful things, what Tyler got when he was driving on the moon..I mean speace..he grows, get magical powers, can read minds..wow..this is just amazing thing..want to do these things too..;)...I recommend to see this...it was a funny too, especially when Tyler woke up and his pants didnt fit...it was really funny honestly...it was great movie..;)

Chucky (kr) wrote: March 25th 2011October 24th 2013

Jennifer S (jp) wrote: A reasonably satisfying little documentary that features a surprisingly profound ending where there very well could have been an empty climax. The thing people have to get about this movie is that yes, the main character Norman Allen is quite a bit of a skeptic. Yes, he's probably a yuppie who was thinking "this is bullshit" through about eighty percent of all of the yogic practices that he tried to perform or understand. That's the way he was as a real person, and I know that it got kind of annoying when he kept repeating to himself like a mantra that he didn't believe in anything besides the grand and mighty Concrete and Empirically Proven things of the world... but at least he wasn't pretending to be all in awe of something he really didn't care enough about to believe in. And Kate Churchill, while forcing this guy to explore his own inner world, seems to have some doubts of her own. She even admits that she is the camera person because she didn't have the guts to make his journey herself, so she's just going along and watching him try out all these funky headstand poses and listening to these swami-types who have a lot to say on the matter. And we have to admit, a lot of these hardcore gurus seem a little nutty. If you're not in on that crowd, they seem so totally dedicated and unreachable. Part of me feels as if this is something you either get or you don't, and Norman will have to figure this out the hard way. He smiles and nods to all these people, and what they say actually does make a lot of sense, but the real understanding just isn't there. The shock comes when, at the end of the movie, he meets a guru who finally makes him stop and think. This guy, with the extra holy beard of a sage and the sense of humor to go with it, simply said: figure out what makes YOU happy. It might not even be yoga! Just do whatever it is, and do it well, and you're set for life. A lot of people, including me, have had to re-learn this bit of information over and over. Norman probably did too. The advice almost overwhelms him, and he doesn't really speak that evening while traveling across the river. I'm willing to bet that he was trying to tell himself to enjoy yoga, or at least be awed or flabbergasted by it, and it just wasn't working - and here this guru is, who finally lets him know that that's completely okay. It was a powerful moment, a climax that I did not really expect to come from a documentary that could very well have ended with his badly hidden disappointment... or some flimsy pretend revelation. Hearing back (is it a year?) after the documentary has been completed, we find out that Norman has taken up work involving rock climbing. So that's what it was that he really liked to do! I think all along he was just seeking permission to go ahead with it. It's kind of obvious to me that Churchill is disappointed by the fact that his life was not transformed by the divine art of yoga the way she wanted him to be, but I'm divinely happy for Norman. Having found what it is he wants to do, I'd say he's pretty lucky as it is. She, however, needs to do some more soul searching it seems... and that's why I hesitate to say that this movie is one hundred percent satisfying. We see Norman open up to making the choice between what he wants and what he thinks he should want, but Kate's insistence that yoga 'keeps me whole' sounds a bit forced. Or defensive. I'm not sure. It is odd that the subject of the documentary is not what I question here but rather the documentarian. I loved the scenes of India and the quest for personal truth. I have to admit I oftentimes that I related to Norman and his nagging doubts. I think a lot of viewers have. Wherever you are on the scale of enlightenment, this is definitely worth a watch.

Moriah F (au) wrote: Glad to know I can still enjoy it's bad graphics and cheesy-ness even still as an adult. Finally, a love from my childhood that hasn't ended up being a huge disappointment when I come to revisit it. Such a fun movie and I love the ending, I wouldn't mind a remake [=p] Though I don't think they could manage a good replacement for Lacey (Penny)Confession: I had a huge crush on her when I watched this movie as a kid. [xP]

Kevin I (fr) wrote: You'll probably enjoy this most if you're a seasoned fan of Van Damme. For everyone else, there's not that much to see here. Pretty standard flick in most regards.

Steve G (it) wrote: This movie is a mediocre 80's thriller which I would have rated much lower if not for the acting skills of Gary Oldman and Kevin Bacon. Two comments: 1) I haven't seen Tess Harper in any other movies. Does she always have the appearance of a talking wooden dummy? 2) One of the worst lines I've ever heard is delivered by Joe Don Baker playing a detective as he warns Oldman to be careful about trying to trick Bacon - "One thing I can tell you about crazy killers...they ARE crazy...and he WILL kill you."

Brian P (nl) wrote: Only watch the "MST3K" version of this movie.

Conner R (nl) wrote: It's nowhere near as good as its reputation as the fourth greatest Spaghetti Western, but it is indeed a really cool movie. The reason it succeeds is mainly due to Italian superstar Tomas Milian, who is incredible as Cuchillo the knife expert. Lee Van Cleef is essentially playing Colonel Mortimer yet again, but that character is amazing so it's not like there's any need to complain. My problem with this particular movie is that it lacks scope, there was so much potential for a truly epic bit of storytelling. I'd say it's definitely worth watching, but expecting something in league with a Leone or Corbucci classic would be a mistake.

Greg W (ag) wrote: good soapy melodrama

Russell H (it) wrote: Connery's return was the only thing good about this. Just kind of drags on but not horrible.

John B (kr) wrote: Nice movie and good story overall despite the quirky character of Nicolas Cage.