Facing the Giant Bees

Facing the Giant Bees

Nepal - the sheer cliffs of the Himalayas. Suspended from fragile ladders of woven bamboo, men risk their lives in search of the golden liquid valued since the dawn of time: honey. But to ...

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Charles D (de) wrote: i dont own very many docs but down own this one and love it very glad to have been able to see what they went through highly recommend this

Brad B (nl) wrote: A work of art in acting, directing, locations and feeling

John S (br) wrote: Next Friday suffers in the same way as the original, but without the charm of Chris Tucker, this film falls completely flat. You'll still enjoy it if you're high, but then again, you'd enjoy paper clips if you're high.

Brian K (ca) wrote: A very dark and very captivating coming-of-age saga.

Max R (kr) wrote: 47 Ronin is only one dimensional, because the critics thinking is one dimensional, and they are totally unqualified to comment on something they do not understand. If you have some understanding of Bushido, you most likely will like it. Keanu Reeves gives us a performance that is worthy of Bushido.

Lyola S (ru) wrote: Such a gem of USSR cinematography.

Brian M (ca) wrote: So . . . thebagelwasfoundinthedeadman'smouth!

Joe W (ru) wrote: Pirates of the Caribbean: the curse of the Black Pearl. The first time seeing pirates of the Caribbean, I was in the way, well fanboying the living hell out of it. The cast is really good. The story was fun, but for Pirates of the Caribbean let's just say it is a good popcorn flick. Jack sparrow aka Captain Jack sparrow, is played Johnny Depp. Good but not Oscar worthy. And as for the rest of the cast, like Orlando Bloom, Geoffrey Rush absolutely kicks ass in this film. It's also very funny. Shrek writers Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio spice up the pirate genre as gamely as they did fairy tales; but on the comedy map it's Johnny Depp's inspired turn as Captain Jack Sparrow that really marks the spot. Depp, arguing that pirates were the rock stars of their day, models his entire performance on Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones: it's there in every slurred vowel and every drug-fried wiggle of the head. There's an endearing dignity to Sparrow's hunger for fame. "You are, without doubt, the worst pirate I've heard of," says one British officer. "Yes," replies Jack, "but you have heard of me." Gloriously over-the-top, this performance is pitched only as high as the film's fun factor itself. In terms of physical precision and verbal delivery, it's a masterclass in comedy acting. Depp steals the show, Keira Knightley is a lovely actress in this film. Pirates of the Caribbean the franchise itself is not everyones cup of tea, as for myself I am a huge fan of pirates itself. I love the lifestyle, steaming based on the Disney ride is very creative. Pirates of the Caribbean the curse of the Black Pearl is a fun movie to go see. I don't recommend for all pirate lovers, I recommended for the people that want to have a little taste of Disney. Grade 8.5/10

Justin B (au) wrote: If you're part of the majority who cannot stand this genre, this entry will be particularly brutal but beyond the immensely unlikable characters and mechanical set up there are a still a few fun haunted house scares to be had.