On the islet Bannec, off the coast of Brittany, four fishermen have set up camp for three months to harvest seaweed. If processed correctly, the ash of the seaweed can be sold for high prices. It is therefore burnt in several large piles on the island.
On the islet Bannec, off the coast of Brittany, four fishermen have set up camp for three months to harvest seaweed. If processed correctly, the ash of the seaweed can be sold for high prices. It is therefore burnt in several large piles on the island. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: In the end credits there are thanks given to Georges Franju, OK i get that, but Henry James?? Intriguing. One to be re-watched time and again methinks - a life-enhancing cinematic experience.
(jp) wrote: A snore. Badly written, full of cliches, no inventiveness, Kat Coiro should stick to commercials.
(kr) wrote: Better than "The Detective 1"
(gb) wrote: OH MY GOD WHAT IS THIS!?!? I mean, anytime you see a movie with a title like this you know it's bad, but this is just SOOOO BAD I can't even believe it. The first half is just brutal repetitive foreplay that actually is more extensive than it would be in real life, and the second half is just hilarious for all the murders that don't make sense. The acting is abysmal, and the writing is so terrible that it actually manages to eclipse uwe boll movies in that regard. Murder scenes are often done with plastic weapons from Party City, and at times you can even see that the stabbing isn't going into the flesh, b/c the TIP OF THE BLADE never disappears from the screen. It might be worse than Bully. I'm not sure, but it's close. AVOID AT ALL COSTS.
(mx) wrote: A one time watch like most other comic book adaptations. The effects are good, the characters introduced and killed in a nice fashion. But don't trust the critics consensus - it isn't witty r comic enough like the spiderman.Ok to watch.
(jp) wrote: A riveting thriller despite the many hackneyed and unbelievable elements from the genre.
(mx) wrote: After a childhood of rigorous martial arts training, young Bruce Lee (Jason Scott Lee) escapes the street-brawls of Hong Kong to enter college in America. However, racial taunts and prejudice force him to unleash his powerful skills. Soon, scorn changes to respect and opponents become allies as Lee opens his own kung-fu school, defying his own peers who want to keep the secrets of martial arts techniques within the Asian community. Marrying a former student who shares his dreams (Lauren Holly), Lee is discovered by a Hollywood producer (Robert Wagner) and begins a meteoric rise to fame and a tragically short reign that comes to a sudden end just as film audiences worldwide begin to discover his charismatic appeal.also stars Michael Learned, Nancy Kwan, Kay Tong Lim, Sterling Macer, Ric Young and Sven Ole Thorsen.directed by Rob Cohen.
(de) wrote: As far as the acting goes...it doesn't deserve anything higher than a 50, but due to its historical signifigance amongst the True school hip-hop community I gave it a 10.
(mx) wrote: Important work by Nichols with MS.
(it) wrote: The whole movie is copy-pasted from the first movie, which wasn't that good in the first place. Except this was worse and not as fun and less memorable. Waste of time.