Look, Up in the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman
The history of the comic book superhero, Superman in his various media incarnations.
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David D (us) wrote: Pulls it all together, watch the Hollywood version first. Otherwise you may be bored of the story line. I loved them both. Expansionist America using proxy wars to support its never ending idea of manifest destiny. Hello, we already went to the Pacific... where to next?
Tippy J (es) wrote: I saw this film on TV - it was a tear-jerker - best film I've seen in 20 years....
Vrinda B (es) wrote: Opening part of the film is splendid with 12th century potray on screen but the film just fell apart post it- all the 10 characters have no corelation and look very corney.very poor editing.Though it has a gripping theme but movie doesnt convey it well
Grant T (fr) wrote: Not a bad effort at a sad story with a strong message
Asif K (us) wrote: A somewhat fearsome figure in the town of Agra, thuggish Radhey Shyman (Salman Khan) lives with his brother's (Sachin Khedekar) family and spends the majority of his days admiring his muscles and giving new students a hard time. Traditional Nirjara (Bhoomika Chawla) is studying at the college in Agra, and her fianc (C) is a member of the clergy who works under her devoted father, a priest at the local temple. When Nirjara catches Radhey's eye on campus, the musclebound bully falls for her simple ways despite Nirjara's less than enthusiastic response to his advances. Experiencing a change of heart when Radhey saves her married older sister from a brother and returns her to her reluctant husband, Nirjara's understanding fianc (C) soon convinces his future bride of Radhey's genuine feelings for her. As Radhey and Nirjara grow increasingly closer, an impulsive act from Radhey throws an unexpected twist into their fragile relationship. review later
Halimali H (au) wrote: Christian Slater plays a priest here as priest Clement. He is given the mission to find out and investigate when a fellow Priest is accused of murdering a young man. Later the church orders him to stop working on the case but he still continues to work in the same case with the help of a reporter because he is convinced that the accused priest is innocent. There are many movies released with the same subject and The Confessor is not that outstanding movie in the crowd. The movie is just average nothing great about it. Has some good music going on the background. The acting can be described as plain at best. The story was moving very slow and I was about to fall sleep at some parts. The Ratings: -Entertainment: 40% -Performances: 50% -Direction: 40% -Cinematography/Special effects: 50% -Background Music: 60% -Duration: 60% Overall: 50% ====> 50%
Alex S (nl) wrote: Not only does it have some hilarious, memorable moments, This movie tells an overall great story. I loved it.
Brett H (ag) wrote: Fairly entertaining documentary chronicling the behind-the-scenes of the world's first female serial killer. Having seen Monster, it was quite a treat seeing how well Charlize Theron portrayed the damaged prostitute who turned to murder.
James O (it) wrote: OK Amicus title. Slightly boring.
Jaye G (it) wrote: Bette vehicle that only a fan could love. Not recommended.
Bheema D (nl) wrote: While some areas could certainly be handled better, Big provides the charm, comedy and life lessons that its rip-offs strive for and fail to achieve.
Luc L (ru) wrote: A relaxing film. Mild comedy.
Julio G (au) wrote: More than just a movie about fans of my little pony. It feels like a story with issues akin to LGBTQ issues. It touches on bias and stereotypes in a different way.
Jim S (nl) wrote: The cheesiness of this films content and very foul language is offset by some amazing Oscar nominated visual effects. For some reason I just expected better from Paul Verhoeven, although I'm not sure why.
Kristi M (ag) wrote: What confounds me is how Original Sin manages to be boring despite all of the spicy content (I'm not blaming the actors). Whoever pieced this together deserves an award of some sort for a fail of this magnitude with the resources and talent available to use.