In the Beginning
Biblical tales from the books of Genesis and Exodus, including the stories of Abraham's devotion and Joseph's betrayal.
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Jill H (fr) wrote: Beautifully understated performance by Close, poignant and affecting although Close's Dublin accent wobbles a little in places.
Kelly K (au) wrote: Pretty adorable and funny. Great fun for the whole family.
Angelos K (ca) wrote: I saw this movie on dvd, i cant say that i wasnt bored. Ok its interesting in a strange and mysterious way, but acting is terrible and sometimes this one shot movie makes me think that is not cinema...
Lachlan D (jp) wrote: The scope of footage that Tony Kaye has collected for this film is great for a number of reasons. Most obviously it does a great job at covering the various perspectives of the certain groups in relation to this issue. As well as this it covers significant historical events that have occurred in relation to this matter. For a film which served to reinforce my pro-choice stance, it did a great job at making me respect the other side's opinion.
Kevin R (nl) wrote: I guess I'm out of the habit of taking advice.John Parrish is a former Union military general that has settled on a ranch in the west with a large estate, group of cattle, and land to be tended. He has met the love of his life and would love to sell and move back east; however, a rich man who owns the city and law enforcement wants to strong arm the land owners to all sell their land to him. John bends and bends until he eventually breaks and will eventually have to snap back against the rich rancher."You can't trust a man who will send six killers to shoot an old man in the back."Rudolph Mate, director of Foreign Correspondence, Gilda, To Be or Not to Be, The Passion of Joan Arc, The 300 Spartans, and The Prince Who was a Thief, delivers The Violent Men. The storyline for this picture is very interesting but fairly straightforward with few unexpected outcomes. The cast delivers solid performances and includes Glen Ford, Barbara Stanwyck, Brian Keith, Edward Robinson, and Jack Kelly. "I'd sooner to settle down then to be forced later."This movie was recommended to me by Verizon Fios so I DVR'd it off Encore Western. I expected a little more from this I guess. I thought the main character could have been more dynamic and entertaining. Overall, this is a slightly above average western that is only worth watching if you're a fan of the genre, but I wouldn't go too out of my way to see this."I'll keep fighting him until one of us is dead."Grade: C+
Christine R (kr) wrote: Total tearjerker. Bette Davis is wonderful as Judith, an heiress with a deadly brain tumor. Good story, and a sad ending. Loved seeing Ronald Regan as a wealthy drunk.
Al M (it) wrote: Shallow Ground is an always cheap-looking but profoundly disturbing and original piece of horror cinema. A brutal exploration of the dark deeds we keep hidden in the closet and powerful force of vengeance. Shallow Ground opens prevocatively enough with a blood-drenched young boy appearing at a rural police station in an area that has been plagued by disaster and mass murder. The less said about Shallow Ground the better, for it is indeed an original and surprising piece of horror cinema.
Jimmy M (de) wrote: very scary, well humorous horror flick bout a guy offing people with a big safety pin!
Gregory C (au) wrote: what's up with that nonsense ending? anyway, i was bored silly.
Deanna B (jp) wrote: Good premise yet very boring...