Letters to Father Jaakob

Letters to Father Jaakob

With few options, newly pardoned convict Leila agrees to work as an assistant to a blind pastor. Father Jacob spends his days answering the letters of the needy, which Leila finds pointless...

With few options, newly pardoned convict Leila agrees to work as an assistant to a blind pastor. Father Jacob spends his days answering the letters of the needy, which Leila finds pointless... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

Letters to Father Jaakob torrent reviews

Juan S (gb) wrote: This movie bore me to death I really hate this movie really bad

Evan T (ca) wrote: Fun, interesting story, it seemed a little abrupt at how quickly it seems to resolve itself. (2-29-16)

Jon D (it) wrote: I love this flick! :)

Carrie T (au) wrote: Knight and Day has enough star power to keep the film going, but the film doesn't have enough charisma to keep it memorable.

Kyle E (us) wrote: There are two things in this world that creeps the hell out of me: the first being clowns and the second being evil puppets. Terrifyingly enough, this movie has both! Now, I'll be honest here and say that I didn't expect much out of this film. In fact, I was but a word of discouragement away from skipping it altogether. But I'm very pleased that I didn't, because this was so much better than I first gave it credit for. In similiarity to Insidious, it's a very atmospheric production, with spooky, nightmarish settings, enveloped in mist and spine-tingling tension. Although the characters are one-dimensional and pretty brainless in their actions, there's a lot to love about the movie in terms of scare factors and excitement. All-around, the directing is superb, and it feels like one of those old-school horror movies that I used to watch as a kid. Surely not to everyone's taste, but if you like Kwan's other films, then you'll probably enjoy this one as well. And did I mention how seriously creepy it is?

intuciic (ru) wrote: not bad idea.. although till end it looses something.. ends somehow not as spectecular as it could

Don S (nl) wrote: Gotta love Bukowski! This film had a great mix of humor and hopelessness. Dillon really surprised me in the role of Chinaski! I'd love to see him reprise it in an adaptation of The Post Office!

Donagh M (fr) wrote: how do you see the movie

Austin V (ag) wrote: There's a bit of that insanely hilarious, 4th-wall breaking genius that Western fans know from Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle, especially toward the end, but for the most part this movie comes off like many of Chow's older films - without the benefit of understanding the clever nuances of the dialogue, all that's left is a cheesy romp that won't likely be revisited.

Petri R (ca) wrote: This movie was truly a movie because of great actors. I think this is the easiest way to get known to Anton Chekhov's work.

Ayat M (nl) wrote: i just love it ... NO NAP :D

Karsh D (fr) wrote: A little frayed around the edges as time takes its toll but enough charm and fun from Chevy Chase to save this.

Brett P (fr) wrote: Not my favorite but it's a good premise and the kids add some good laughs.

Matt M (br) wrote: Hitchcock revisits a lot of the elements which had built up his reputation to this point and the end result is quite entertaining. However, its quasi propagandist patriotic elements and self righteousness not only feel out of place but are also annoyingly constantly highlighted and end up getting in the way of the fun.

Marah R (ru) wrote: So crappy I couldn't finish it.

Larry W (nl) wrote: Kelly's Heroes is my favortie war film. This film follows in that tradition.. then goes its own original route. At the time, it was in a very exclusive club of "Gulf War" films. Literally, there was this, Courage under Fire, Hot Shot movies and a handful of TV movies.

Loki R (gb) wrote: I loved Jessica Chastain's character the most!