A group of actors put on an unorthodox, but acclaimed Passion Play which incites the opposition of the Catholic Church while the actors' lives themselves begin to mirror the Passion itself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jesus of Montreal
A group of actors putting on an interpretive Passion Play in Montreal begin to experience a meshing of their characters and their private lives as the production takes form against the growing opposition of the Catholic church.
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Daniel M (it) wrote: Horrible movie with the stupidest characters and the most unbelievable story. What a waste of time. 0.5/5
Darrin C (mx) wrote: I see where they were going with this and they got there. It felt very much like an early 1980s Troma feature with ultra-violence and its over-the-top bloodbaths, but I didn't like the extreme cruelty by the bad guys (setting children on fire just isn't for me). I can see why some people will like this film, but in my opinion, it falls short.
Jill K (gb) wrote: Psychological horror flicks like this creepy me out. This was very strange and the audio made me a bit nauseous at times. Good acting but really odd story.
Tyler S (de) wrote: Bruce Willis is my favorite actor but what was this? No depth to the plot at all...no connections nothing; it was a tangled mess with A list talent. Bruce Willis is a known gambler who is very Successful as the dink. He hires Lily played by Rebecca Hall and soon she brings him good luck. When his wife gets jealous he fires her, starts losing money, then brings her back hoping the luck with return. Then he fires her again...it's just a mess with no direction in sight.
IVRt (ca) wrote: The storyline started out decent.. but you can see this was a low budget film.. the audio was off throught the entire film.. way too much echo.. some of the kill scenes were a bit cheesy.. and I would have to say that it wasn't a CURSE as the title states... it was more of a virus called CDC which attacks the brain and stimulates the ceribral cortex and increases your insanity levels and cause a psychotic episode or until you go insane...
Joyc T (ru) wrote: for Catherine Zeta-Jones
Ben C (mx) wrote: Very Unfaithful to the book and a horrible movie in general
The J (jp) wrote: I liked it. Pretty good directing by Kevin Spacey.
Phil H (de) wrote: Third times a charm right?...right?!! well no. The plot continues somehow in this weird ass sci-fi action franchise. The first film was pretty unique and turned out to be a bit of a cult, the second film turned out to be a reasonable 'Terminator/Predator' rip off which had a nice rubber suit involved.This time Pyun makes a film virtually out of flashback material from the previous two films, yet somehow he manages to nab his muse Tim Thomerson. Continuity is good for this series of films mainly because they were all shot back to back, almost, so at least the cast sticks around. The problem is you can clearly tell this is the arse end of filming from the second film and they've made a third out of it, the leftovers.The plot follows on from the second film naturally (back to back remember) and simply sees Alex our muscly female heroine trying to regain her memory. This is the reason most of the film is flashbacks from the last film and rather dull, other than that there are more cyborgs on her tail yet again.The effects are extremely basic this time, embarrassingly so. In short there aren't any real effects, its all very primitive looking superimposed digitally glowing electronic lights and dreadful looking blur effects that have all been added in post-production. It looks like something a student would achieve in school frankly, it all looks so hokey and cheap. Yet on the other hand they still manage some half decent explosions and vehicle action so there was some cash to use.I think the reason this film feels so mundane is because you merely have human looking cyborg characters running around trying to kill everyone. Its not very exciting and the characters themselves look pretty crappy costume wise, I did miss the Nebula/Predator hunter that's for sure. Pyun obviously likes sexy ladies if you haven't already guessed because the main two cyborgs are super slim fit females with trashy blonde wigs. Plus weightlifter Price gets her tight tanned ass out in the sun again with a very thin thong running between her hot buns. Was that a contractual obligation or something?.Its all very boring really this one, the worst bit about it is the fact it all looks the same in every shot, the same locations over and over. The second film was exactly the same locations wise too of course, so it really feels like a slog getting through this without the cool Nebula cyborg hunter. The only bit I quite liked was seeing Thomerson's human projection break up and seeing his real cyborg identity shine through underneath, (he's a cyborg hunter with a human image/camouflage-like shield being projected around him). Its actually a neat little idea and the effect is probably the best in the film, his robotic glowing green eyes and scan lasers looked hilariously bad but a little creepy I guess.
IsaBella H (br) wrote: 'I wanna lay you down in a bed of roses, for tonight I'll sleep on a bed of nails'.
qassim k (ca) wrote: Movies beautiful ..... Thank you
Kate T (au) wrote: Sequel to Purple Rain? Eep!
Daniel P (fr) wrote: Shockingly bad yet appealing
Aaron M (ca) wrote: The original High School Musical is awesome, more personal, and more original than its remake. Fame has awesome performances, an amazing plot, and unforgettable characters and music. Fame deserves more attention and it is ultimately timeless.
Robert I (mx) wrote: Now this is a bad movie not even I can enjoy. Trust me that's saying something.
Mike K (de) wrote: It's a sappy and factually horrific bio of the greatest performer of all time. Avoid like the plague.
Ben W (es) wrote: one of my favorite of the thin man series, powell and loy have a wonderfully comedic interplay as the famed nick and norah charles. "norah, lets get something to eat, im thirsty." an early performance from the great jimmy stewart. its as unbalanced of a film as pretty much all the other thin man movies, but its a formula that works as entertainment.
Grant H (br) wrote: Excellent movie. While I haven't seen the original, and therefore can't compare it to the original, this is still a very well-done remake, with a strong plot, thrilling action, and great performances from its cast, especially Bale and Crowe.
Steve H (mx) wrote: Breath taking. Cahill's most broadly appealing effort to date. Regardless of what you personally think or believe, the plot 'premise' comes down to personal experience and how you would internalize the conflict. Also, stay for the final scene as the credits roll.
Luciano G (de) wrote: I really can't say much about this movie except that it could have been a better movie if the KRU brothers could have a couple of more millions to spend on this film. The storyline is interesting portraying the god ThoR as the main enemy.... from the main characters to the supporting cast I fell that they are lacking of charisma and energy in this Viking flick.... Dominic Purcell in prison break and killer elite is good but it seems that I don't feel the energy or the charisma that he portrays in this movie..... Jon foo is lousy in his fake mandarin and his fighting scenes are average compared to his Tekken movie which is cool in its own way.....some of the set design are better of stay inside a school Theather production...overall i do have to tell you that this is a good start for A Malaysian film company to show what they can offer to the international movie community..