When a woman shelters a group of girls from suffering female genital mutilation, she starts a conflict that tears her village apart.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:124 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Bambara,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   suicide,   torture,  

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Jack B (it) wrote: One of the best of the series.

intuciic (us) wrote: quite a nice and warmhearted movie

Niek S (br) wrote: By far the worst film I've seen in a long time, featuring shockingly unfunny sketches coming out of Lindsay Lohan's underpants - yes, really.

Campbell P (fr) wrote: I really did not hit a good note with Our Idiot Brother. This indie comedy for me did not supply enough laughs to be considered a comedy. The story was all over the place except for one which was the Ned getting used to being in his sisters lives more often and annoying them. Paul Rudd is pretty much the only great thing about this movie. He truly brought some dimension to this flat flick. The ending of how they get Ned out of jail and how they are nice to Ned was too rushed and was kinda annoying of how they forgave him so easily. The acting was pretty good, don't get me wrong, but I actually think Paul Rudd was the only one I truly liked. The last 7 minutes or so was actually really good. When Paul Rudd and Bill start the candle shop and Ned meets the lady who's dog was named Dolly Parton. That was funny and likable. Unfortunately this last scene can't save this movie from falling as hard as it did. I don't think it's that good. D

Bruno S (mx) wrote: Bijna de cinemazaal uitgelopen, toch gebleven !Zonder in slaap te vallen, net geen hoofdpijn.Clich (C) na clich (C), beelden opvulling.

Matt O (fr) wrote: simon baker is a hot piece of ass

Rufio S (us) wrote: Jeff Garlins not just a fat sidekick. nice and giggly, with swish Sarah Silverman segments. its kina like annie hall, but with more procrastination about dieting then women.

Calvin R (de) wrote: Batman begins is dark, but exciting and intellegent. One of the best batman films.

Kosta P (ca) wrote: If you want to laugh/be shocked/disgusted/thoroughly enjoy a movie, this one's got it all. Two thumbs up.

Sandra D (ca) wrote: "See how they run"Dodge and Piper are both prisoners who end up tied together in chains. They manage to flee from the prison and get to know each other. Dodge is a computer hacker who serves time in prison and Piper is a tough guy. Problems occur because of a floppy disc with delicate information and they run in to an attractive woman, a marshall, an honest cop and the Cuban mafia. I actually liked this movie very much and I don't know why I haven't seen it before.

Danny R (ca) wrote: An intriguing, intense psychological thriller with sexual overtones set in Buenos Aires, about a lonely cinema owner Adrian LeDuc, played by Colin Firth in a sensational, multi-layed performance, who's life is changed when circumstances forced him to rent his insane mother's room who is the hospital, to a mysterious, handsome stranger named Jack Carney, played by Hart Bochner in a compelling performance. Adrian is obsessively attracted to Jack, and the two form a bizarre relationship, that has an unspoken sexual longing. This connection becomes troubled when reports of bodies in the streets begin, and Adrian starts to believe that Jack is hiding a horrific secret, that he may be the mass murderer that has been terrorizing the city. Extremely well acted by the entire cast, brilliantly directed and scripted by Martin Donovan. A dramatically charged film with Hitchcockian elements that give it suspense and its wicked black humor. Highly Recommended.

Todd A (br) wrote: It might rip off better known works such as Mary Poppins, Wizard of Oz, and Alice in Wonderland, but the film has enough charm in the live action segments to make it quality family entertainment.

Judge L (ag) wrote: This was actually an alright flick....good cast, quite a few big names in the film world from the 70's in this one......something about train movies.

Edward C (fr) wrote: You know how there's always some movie you always meant to see? Well, it only took me 28 years but I finally watched Franco Zeffirelli's bland adaptation of Scott Spenser's dark novel of sexual passion and obsessive love. I can't imagine what provoked me to read the book. I was 15 and it was way outside my usual reading parameters. But even with the intervention of 28 years worth of dimming memory I can tell that this movie bears very little resemblance to a novel that shocked me even though I'd been reading my parents' porn stash for years. Zeffirelli films have many problems but he does have an eye for beautiful young men. Martin Hewitt as David is gorgeous. AND! This is Tom Cruise's first movie. In his only scene in the film he is wearing these tiny little shorts, strips off his shirt, and lays down in the grass as the camera observes him lovingly.

Daniel R (mx) wrote: Bold, overblown and heavy, this is a disappointing adaptation but a marvel to watch thanks to Branagh (both behind and in front of the camera) and DeNiro's inspired performance.

Terry G (mx) wrote: It was essential that Larry Kramer be the screenwriter for this very powerful story. Ruffalo plays the role firmly while letting the rest of the excellent cast play their essential roles with equal commitment and talent. Still, my attention wasn't riveted: This masterpiece still hold more tension and greater personal impact as a stage play, despite the remarkable cinematic translation.