Jesus Is a Palestinian

Jesus Is a Palestinian

Ramses, a somewhat shy 20-year old boy living in a communal cult, gets permission to leave to visit his dying father.

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Matt B (ru) wrote: The most moving motion picture of 2012 (and my favorite of the year). A gorgeously filmed, masterful coming-of-age tale with a memorable performance from Quvenzhan Wallis. I hardly ever cry at movies, except this one.

Al M (gb) wrote: A Horrible Way to Die is unlike almost any serial killer film you have ever seen--it is primarily a drama, so do not expect the constant pyrotechnics of a traditional horror film or thriller centering around a serial killer. Instead of a slasher or detective film, A Horrible Way to Die centers on the struggles of a recovering alcoholic woman who is trying to come to terms with having dated a serial killer in the past. When a potential new love interest enters the picture and her serial killer ex escapes from prison, then the plot begins to thicken. The film interweaves present with past in way that explores Sarah's, the main character's, consciousness as she attempts to wrestle with the demons of her past in the present. Director Adam Wingard adopts a completely alienating aesthetic in which the camera constantly floats away from the main action, drifts out of focus, etc. in ways that create a surreal experience for the viewer. Ultimately, the film's aesthetic refuses all of the conventions of the genre and instead chooses to alienate the viewer. The viewer's alienation mirrors the alienation felt by both Sarah (the victim) and Garrick (the killer) and allows the film to become a powerful examination of isolation, addiction, and the desire for connection in a world structured by simulacra. In the end, A Horrible Way to Die delivers on the brutality as well, but it is a slow, dramatic build that makes the conclusion all the more powerful and haunting.

Jonathan R (br) wrote: Sensitive movie!!! Funny and very charming...

Dan M (jp) wrote: There's nothing to be gained by watching this movie, unless you want to see Milla Jovovich naked a few times, but even then it's just not really worth it.

Wayne D (kr) wrote: Woody Allen is in command here. As writer, director and actor never once does he let you lose even the slightest interest in the film. His performance as actor is hugely underrated. The cast each deliver award worthy performances with Caine and Wiest as the highlights. Only Mr. Woody Allen could pull this off!

Mirelys M (it) wrote: It's one of my favorite movies. It is hard to find a good copy nowadays, especially with good sound, but if you can put your hands on one watch it !!It's very funny!!

Ivan C (ag) wrote: Indeed "a scathing look at the burgeoning French fascism of the era" [back of DVD case]. It was shot beautifully, but I found the closing of the film to be very rushed and not entirely believable (i.e. any further interaction with that pig Joseph?).

Panta O (es) wrote: This almost perfect silent film about a young woman who rescues a baby from kidnappers directed by William Beaudine and Tom McNamara which name was uncredited, was originally titled Scraps. The story was written by Winifred Dunn, adaptation was done by C. Gardner Sullivan and titles by George Marion Jr. (yes, they needed them, it was a silent movie). It starred and was produced by Mary Pickford. All I can say is - amazing woman! The story of Mr. Grimes and his wife who operate a dismal "baby farm" near an alligator-infested swamp has Molly, an adolescent inmate and the oldest of their charges. She attempts to provide the other tattered, starving kids with the loving maternal care they need. Most of the children are orphans. The children are ordered to hide anytime someone comes to the farm. Molly has promised the others that God will rescue them. When a boy asks why nothing has happened after a month, she tells him that He is busy attending to sparrows (a biblical reference)... that's enough for now... enjoy watching the movie for the rest! Mary Pickford's performance was flawless as ever in this suspense melodrama with lots of adventure elements in it. In 1925 Motion Picture Magazine wrote the following, "It was Douglas Fairbanks who told us that Mary Pickford's production of "Sparrows" was Dickensonian. And after seeing it we have nothing less and nothing more to say of it. Perhaps you know that it is the story of a baby farm . . . with Gustav von Seyffertitz as Grimes, the cruel manager . . . and Mary, as Mollie, who watches over the little boys and girls. Melodrama is interwoven in the story and there is nothing new or startling about the plot. But you won't realize this until the last lovely close-up of Mary has faded from the screen. Which means, of course, that the story interests you so much that your critical faculty is dulled. We are glad that Mary is not going to continue to play grown-ups parts. So many on the screen can be the grand lady. And no one else that we have ever heard about or seen captures the elusive and misty quality of childhood as Mary does. You'll weep a little. You'll laugh a great deal. And you'll hold your breath once or twice." Perfect description of what I just watched. Cinematography of Hal Mohr, Charles Rosher and Karl Struss will always be remembered - real masters of photography! I will recommend that you find the newly restored copy of this movie, sit down and let be amazed at Mary Pickford's skill and one of the strongest performances you'll ever see!

Dave J (au) wrote: Wednesday, October 2, 2013 (2010) Cave Of Forgotten Dreams DOCUMENTARY A friend of mine once told me that 'art in general is only worth something unless that artist is dead' as is shown on here are a couple simplistic drawings of some once living mammals suspected to be prehistoric more than 30,000 years are deemed to be any archeologists dream come true. Focuses a great percentage of the film on a cave located in France called the Chauvet Cave assumed to consist to have some of the oldest artifacts except that many of the art pictures look too simplistic and boring. Although, director Werner Herzog received funding from the French gov't to make a documentary, many of it's paintings look very boring especially if the doc doesn't tell viewers what part of the cave some of those were drawn. 3 out of 4 stars

Justin B (br) wrote: It respects it's subject matter a lot more than I would have expected but it's never funny or dramatic nor does it even really try to be. Marketed differently sans comedic heavyweights; this would have worked better.