This feature-length documentary follows a group of people whose lives are dramatically transformed by a virtual world -- reshaping relationships, identities, and ultimately the very notion of reality. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
This feature-length documentary follows a group of people whose lives are dramatically transformed by a virtual world -- reshaping relationships, identities, and ultimately the very notion of reality.
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Sandy K (ru) wrote: I managed to get about 15-20 minutes into this bizarre Chilean film, and that was more than enough self-indulgent weirdness, thank you. Still scratching my head over all the rave reviews.
Rania A (ru) wrote: For a cheesy made for dvd movie i found this good fun. It's very young for me admittedly and even most teenagers.. i'd say it's more suited to children but i love the way Lucy Hale and Missi Pyle are pitted against each other.. Pyle plays the role of the evil stepmother very well.
Kyle H (es) wrote: Fairly lame. Weak story. Its no himym.
Jason Y (nl) wrote: Waiting For Armageddon is another good documentary about evangelical Christians - with this one taking a critical look at current events in the Middle East, especially the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It stays surprisingly objective throughout most of it. I just think it was my own bias that made it seem slightly slanted.
Scott W (jp) wrote: not an Oscar winner... good cast.
Nic P (ag) wrote: Amazing movie The sequel Adulthood is a must see aswell.
Jamie C (jp) wrote: Nice British backstreet film, Very gripping and entertaining and quite a shocking ending but very well filmed and some nice acting performances too.
Andrew U (es) wrote: Not as powerful as Villeneuve's other films Incendies and Polytechnique, but worthwhile.
Marc R (ag) wrote: Once again a showcase for the way Kubrick takes a subject and creates a unique prism through which we observe it, one of cold detachment and idle onlookers, rendering the character of Lyndon but a simple, lowly speck on the grand, tragic stage of life. The film's arresting, painterly beauty, lovely score, and sumptuous production design merge strikingly with Kubrick's satiric, uncompromising tone. The ways in which the film reveals Kubrick's thematic concerns and philosophies so absolutely simply through its mise-en-scene make it one of his defining, and greatest, works.