Living Temples

Living Temples

Living Temples takes the viewer on an intimate journey of mind and spirit throughout the Southwest. We are challenged to ask ourselves, "what is truly a sacred place, can it help heal us, ...

Living Temples takes the viewer on an intimate journey of mind and spirit throughout the Southwest. We are challenged to ask ourselves, "what is truly a sacred place, can it help heal us, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Steve R (kr) wrote: Great movie. The ending just left out there......What do you think happened to Roy? Did he also get out?

Remi L (ru) wrote: I'll be honest, I only watched it because Brian Tee starred in and produced this. He was actually quite funny. I've seen him do juvenile comedy on Zoey 101, but I've never really seen him do adult comedy outside of a five-second cameo on Austin Powers. It seemed very natural for him and was kind of fun to watch. The film is predictable but I admire what Tee and Chad Matthews, who plays the film's main character, were able to accomplish and recommend every Brian Tee fan watch this film if for nothing else, then to prove you're a fan and just to say you've seen the film.

Fong S (mx) wrote: Simply understand with your eyes

Sanjay T (br) wrote: Not half bad but still dark and violent

Zahran Z (kr) wrote: I need a family. Funny!

Mark L (es) wrote: Ebert said he wanted someone in the white house to see this movie: I would go beyond that and say that every politician should. Not to agree/disagree with it, but to learn from someone with (a lot of) experience. It took me a while to realize I was not even thinking of him as either a democrat or republican. I just wish I had seen this before my dad died: he would have loved it....

Amanda W (jp) wrote: Different/Not bad/GOOD/Liked it!!!

Arundhati S (kr) wrote: The only reason this movie is as good as it is because of Manoj Bajpai. What a brilliant performance. This is an almost perfect movie. Only if the character of Satya was a little strong with a good actor, it would have been perfect.

Tim C (au) wrote: Never really appreciated Patricia Arquette's acting ability. I will say that 90's films have a certain aesthetic to them, that as I get older, gives me a sense of familiarity. Beyond Rangoon is no different. Beautifully shot in a country of strife. It's worth watching, but not really memorable or essential to the DVD collection.

Brad P (kr) wrote: Tense thriller that leaves you on the edge of your seat

Chris D (ca) wrote: The final showdown that climaxes the film pits Chuck's cool, calm and collective demeanor against Henry Silva's evil drug posse - you just can't make this stuff up people...Code of Silence isn't terrible, just really dull.

Darryll H (au) wrote: another dose of cheech and chong in this fourth movie in the series and while i think this aint as funny as the first three, i think it's a really enjoyable comedy that delivers the cheech and chong humour without one joint bieng smoked in the movie, but hey they want to lol, i reccomend

Michael T (nl) wrote: Episodic, uneven mixture of comedy, drama and tragedy.

Jordan K (au) wrote: It is extremely heavy on the "whiteman's burden" type of ignorant racism, though that was just a general feeling of the era. Otherwise, it did get its message across in a 30s type of way.

Mark C (ag) wrote: The one star is for Sean Farris and the fact that Hawk Nelson is in it.