Nineteen people with differing degrees of visual impairment - from mild nearsightedness to total blindness - discuss how they see themselves, how they see others and how they perceive the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Janela da Alma
Nineteen people with differing degrees of visual impairment - from mild nearsightedness to total blindness - discuss how they see themselves, how they see others and how they perceive the ...
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Smashproplaya (mx) wrote: Best muppets movie of all time,best movie of 2011, and best live action Disney movie.
Noah D (de) wrote: A film every film fan, or film maker should see!
wedstarfish 8 (au) wrote: Get Rich Or Die Tryin' is a pretty decent drama film about the life of a gangster who wants to become a rapper, and that tries everything to become one. This film did receive very negative reviews, and I think the reason why was because how misleading the cast was, and how dragged out the film felt sometimes. However, if you are fans of the 2002 Eminem film "8 Mile", then you will most likely enjoy this drama film. This film centers around the life of Marcus (50 Cent) whose mother was brutally murdered when he was at a young age. Now forced to live in a basement with his grandparents, he entirely tries to hide the fact that he's a drug dealer. Because of the drug deals, Marcus is fully respected by the neighborhood, and a thug that gives him power like no other. Even though he has money, respect, friends, and a upcoming baby, he still wants to be a successful rapper. I still liked how the film turned out, and I enjoyed the film. Little messy, it's a pretty decent film considering it was produced by "MTV Films".
Connor N (mx) wrote: I just can't take this film seriouslyFeels like a mockery of the military. Witch I do not like
Brett F (es) wrote: Best franchise ever!!
Catherine W (it) wrote: Puissant. Dgueu aussi. Fidle au bouquin.
Sean M (ag) wrote: Stonewall classic. Just watched the first series again. Onto "To Play The King" now.
Jake A (it) wrote: After a successful trilogy that had a continuing story arc and two successful efforts by actor and director Leonard Nimoy it was now William Shatner's turn to have a crack at the directing side of a film in this series and unfortunately it is the weakest entry in the original series. It has a few good moments, there is some okay action (though most of it is weak) and the cast is as likable as ever but the plot is even more ludicrous than the previous film but with none of the humour or payoff that that film had. Thankfully this isn't the last film in the series otherwise it would of been a sad note to end an otherwise solid series.
Steve M (de) wrote: Death Rage (aka "Anger In His Eyes") Starring: Yul Brynner, Martin Balsam, Barbara Bouchet, and Massimo Ranieri Director: Anthony M. Dawson A New York hitman (Brynner) suffering from intermittent hysterical blindness travels to Italy in order to assassinate the Mafia boss who murdered his brother. On his way to hit, he's in car-chases and running gunbattles, meets the love of his life (Bouchet), outsmarts a police inspector (Balsam), and finds himself a loyal apprentice hitman (Ranieri) to whom he can pass along his "wisdom". "Death Rage" is a slightly chaotic crime drama with a heavy emphasis on the drama. I don't think I've seen so many seasoned actors seemingly playing to the back rows of the local community theater auditorium... and I'm astonished that Yul Brynner didn't burst something while working on this film; I don't think such consistent and dedicated overacting has been recorded anywhere else in the annals of film history. Perhaps the actors are all laboring so mightily because they are trying to compensate for the fact that there isn't a character in this movie who wasn't a tired cliche even before the 1970s dawned, and that they realize the script really brings nothing new or innovative to crime dramas or mob movies. This film isn't exactly bad... just bland and generic. I thnk lovers of All Things Mafia might get a kick out of it. Similarly, those who haven't seen many films of the "gun-slinger takes on one last job" sub-genre might enjoy it. The rest of us, though, can probably safely skip this one.
Kevin M W (mx) wrote: More Hollywood "Arabian" nonsense, this time with Rock (born in Illinois) Hudson and Piper (born in Michigan) Laurie as a son and a daughter respectively of the endless shifting sands of the desert, where the blessings of Allah, the careless hand of Fate, and the fickle temptations of the heart weave their spell of awe and magic! There's horse chases, harem dancing (oolala!), and some borrowing of ye olde Arthurian legend here, and there's some fun too, despite the long ears on this donkey.
Vincent H (br) wrote: I know that John Barrymore is one of the best!
Sheri D (de) wrote: I don't know why there's so many viewer reviews comparing this to Juno. Not Juno in pace, style, theme... It's dark and scattered.
Eric T (ca) wrote: An enjoyable family film.