Gambling, Gods and LSD

Gambling, Gods and LSD

An exploration of ecstatic states.

A filmmaker's inquiry into transcendence becomes a three-hour trip across countries and cultures, interconnecting people, places and times. From Toronto, the scene of his childhood, Peter ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gambling, Gods and LSD torrent reviews

Matthew S (de) wrote: A modern day story of feminist movement in Russia with political out cries laced with punk rock music. Locked away in prison for speaking their current national truths.

Denise S (br) wrote: loved it...of course we have a special bond with him as an icon...and only in LA we met one of his featured mentors as we left the theater

Alex M (nl) wrote: I can't lie. I was rather bored half the time I was watching it and the story seemed to go nowhere anytime soon, but it still packs an emotional punch due to the strained relationship between the leads and it's filled with beautiful shots of scenery that help bring out even more emotions.

Calvin R (de) wrote: Psychologically it blends drama, and horror with top notch performances.

Max Q (br) wrote: This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen. The ignorant view of American films is shown in the poor approach to depicting Colombia as being a mix between Mexico and Peru set in a low third world country environment. The acting is horrible and the cliches abundant. overall rating can't be positive at all.

Corey n (mx) wrote: This movie had potential to be good. Has a weak story and action. And why didn't Eddie Griffin character not die in the end? Seagal should have killed him to. He killed all of his men. Plus Eddie was trying to get him killed through out the film. And some of the action scenes were not shot well. Steven Seagal has made much better films.

Alec B (ag) wrote: It's always on the verge of becoming really entertaining (nearly turning into a post-apocalyptic Vegas heist movie at one point) before falling back on standard genre cliches.

Orlok W (it) wrote: Brutally awesome movie--Eyes wide open!!

Chris V (kr) wrote: Not bad. John Travolta was completely awful, but Lisa Kudrow was hilarious.

Kyle b (kr) wrote: Reviews by my wife - "Everyone in this movie was wearing old clothes and talked funny. I don't get it."

Tristan M (fr) wrote: Typical John Cleese.

Joseph R (kr) wrote: Who would have thought a dirt track racing movie starring Ron Howard could be bad?

Algitya P (us) wrote: Masina's mourn were cheerfully translated to Us. ... in it's epic way of course ^ ^

Steve W (es) wrote: Tsui Hark directed this tale about destiny and revenge. A sword maker finds himself in perilous situations and loses his arm, and hones his skills to be a one armed swordsman. After honing his skills, he goes up agains the assassin who killed his father.The direction was pretty rough. Hark directs with intensity, so most of his shots are close-ups and there are many quick cuts with the editing. Some camera shake as well for more emphasis in the brutality and themes of the film.As for the action, it's pretty good. What really shines is the final battle, a flurry of swords clash and a tornado of flying blades and mixed emotions. The film is worth a viewing for this alone, but the movie is not perfect. A few subplots slow it down and the movie is very overly dramatic.A nice little martial arts film in the tradition of the Shaw Brothers movies, Dao (The Blade) is a solid action movie.

Don S (ca) wrote: After the mess that was Grown Ups 2, I was hoping for more from this Sandler movie. He and Barrymore have made some classics. This isn't one of those, but it wound up better than it began. I was bored throughout the first third, where the characters are introduced and the story is set up, finding myself not really liking the characters much. After hitting Africa, it picks up you you discover the nuances that make them more than cliches. Satisfactory ending. Missing most of the Happy Madison crew this time, especially Schnieder.

Jc E (br) wrote: Loved the third take on Dinosaurs. Many more scenes of attacks from the dinosaurs. two new predators not seen in the previous two films. Emotionally a very satisfying film.