God Loves Uganda

God Loves Uganda

A powerful exploration of the evangelical campaign to infuse African culture with values imported from America's Christian Right. The film follows American and Ugandan religious leaders fighting sexual immorality and missionaries trying to convince Ugandans to follow biblical law.

An account of the American Evangelicals' attempts to indoctrinate their Christian Right beliefs in Uganda. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


God Loves Uganda torrent reviews

Carol M (de) wrote: In the country that boasts car elevators, gold plated bidets, diamond dog collars, and wall street offices lined with $75,000 rugs in them, that 3 good loving family boys have to fight the odds everyday of ever lifting themselves out of grinding poverty.

Kevin C (fr) wrote: Very realistic ! I was on that Bx. 19 bus coming from H.S. at the same exact bus stop. Very authentic. The scenery of the south Bx in the background was amazing. Enjoyed !!!

Al M (br) wrote: Slaughter Night represents a truly original blend of the supernatural, slasher, and zombie sub-genres of horror. Slaughter Night feels like a bizarre mutation brought about by the interspecies copulation of My Bloody Valentine, The Descent, any zombie film,

Cheryl T (kr) wrote: A surprisingly very good movie, good lesson and good ending :D I watched the extended version.

Taylor W (mx) wrote: it was worse than the last one

Red L (it) wrote: I usually love interweaving movies - movies where the main characters show up in each other's story lines. This one is fine, and the acting is great - but I didn't really get attached to any of the characters.

Aditya M (br) wrote: It becomes a bit of a drag as it wears on, but in its best moments it is a joy to behold. Each shot is perfectly framed, and the aesthetic of the film is very much reminiscent of golden age Hollywood.

Jon T (it) wrote: British-based animation studio Cosgrove Hall created this adaptation of Roald Dahl's beloved novel about a gigantic but gentle being who forms a friendship with a human girl, Sophie. The production values aren't the greatest--the animation, although well drawn and imaginative for the most part, is a little too choppy in places, and the synthesizer-driven music occasionally borders into kitsch territory (although one musical number is quite lovely)--but most of the essence of Dahl's story remains intact. Loyal fans of the book may object, however, to some of the sandwiching and/or altering of certain scenes---notably the climactic capture of the giants and the final moment. Children will be ideally attracted to THE BFG, although there are some (mildly) scary moments and at least one song that involves flatuence. All in all, while not a great animated feature, THE BFG is a decent adaptation and a fairly good family flick.