God Loves Caviar is the compelling story of IOANNIS VARVAKIS, and his journey from humble Greek pirate to international caviar millionaire, with the ear of Catherine the Great of Russia. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
God Loves Caviar
The true-life, stranger-than-fiction tale of eighteenth-century Greek pirate turned merchant Ioannis Varvakis, who rose from humble beginnings to become the head of one of the largest mercantile empires in Europe.
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K Nife C (au) wrote: Jim Jarmusch's latest documentary is a loving retrospective of one of the most influential bands to emerge from the sixties counterculture. Sadly, it seems to be a somewhat empty effort, but fans of The Stooges will be more forgiving of the film's shortcomings. If you're looking for great insider stories from Iggy and the crew, some of whom sadly passed away before the film's release, there's a few chapters' worth of trivia and context for the band. Iggy Pop is a natural showman, and his interview footage carries the film. The problem here is with some of the stylistic choices - some understandable, some not so much. If you were expecting a lot of rare footage of the band in its prime, it is scarce and redundant with different overlaid footage, giving the illusion that you hadn't seen the same clip 15 minutes before. To keep the jaunty, swirling pace during anecdotes of the bands exploits, there are these downright hokey cartoon cut-out reenactments that are unnecessary at worst, mildly amusing at best. By the end, they hit home the ubiquity of The Stooges in rock music and give a fond farewell to their fallen compatriots. But for a musical documentary, they play "No Fun", "I Wanna Be Your Dog", "TV Eye", and "Search and Destroy" about five times each while only skirting over some of the lesser known material. It's certainly not all about the music, but some could argue that The Stooges as a cultural phenomenon, after reaching this stage of exposure, isn't just about the music anymore. Still, it is a well made movie, and fans will get what they paid for.
Gregory M (br) wrote: May 17, 2013A worthy entry into the Milkyway Image filmography, this slick crime pic by Soi Cheang hits all the right entertainment notes, making Motorway a compelling way to spend an hour and a half of your time. Slickly lensed and skilfully edited, Motorway makes the most of its many high speed chases, placing the camera(s) in some creative spots to give the viewer a thrilling perspective into the seat of a skilled driver. The use of slow motion only heightens some of the incredible vehicular stunt work on display. Narratively, Motorway offers no surprises, but it manages to keep that dark Milkyway tone throughout. A simple premise skilfully executed, fans of earlier entries of the Fast and Furious franchise that don't mind something a little less grandiose should find a lot to like with this one. Recommended.
Erin C (it) wrote: So sad, yet beautiful. I wasn't a fan of the ending.
Michael E (it) wrote: Its not one of the worst animated movies ive seen but it was stupid
Joanna C (nl) wrote: I will like to see this movie one day, but I didn't have a chance this time though.
Loyal D (it) wrote: This movie was very weird and strange and in Chinese, but it was pretty good none the less. It was over the top and had some humor and some kung fu. I'm not a huge fan of the kung fu genre, but it was pretty awesome but will seem too weird for most. The director did a nice job behind the camera and it was entertaining to say the least!
Carlos I (ca) wrote: Pretty cool sequel. I like the idea of the muscle implants.
Dustin K (mx) wrote: Not nearly as funny as the original.