Nine Days That Changed the World

Nine Days That Changed the World

Pope John Paul II's historic nine-day pilgrimage to Poland in June of 1979

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WS W (kr) wrote: It's already kinda satisfactory being a made in China feature although still with some minor flaws.

Cristi B (fr) wrote: incredibil cat de funny si totusi in acelasi timp cat de trista e realitatea, o senzatie ciudata cand ar trebui sa razi mai mult te intristezi. cred k filmu asta e mai periculos pt mafie decat gomorra. asta in mod sigur nu e un film comic

Hyam Q (nl) wrote: I really liked it , it's funny :P <3

Evan L (jp) wrote: interesting film about someone i knew nothing about.

Blake T (ca) wrote: fascinating stuff. this is a great film. i'm fascinated by ethics in journalism, so it was a great film to me anyway.

Megan B (mx) wrote: Interesting look into what happened in the Seattle grunge scene, while the hype was still going strong. Required viewing for fans of Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, MoyherLoveBone...

Justin B (ag) wrote: Keaton can be hysterical in all 4 roles and the effects are good but the plot is pretty routine with a lot of lost potential.

Scott C (au) wrote: Can't remember a friggin' thing about this.

Kenneth R (jp) wrote: This movie is a classic piece of crap.

Conner R (br) wrote: It's sort've odd to hear Paul Newman with an Australian accent and not his usual charismatic self, but this is still a very interesting career move for him and it just shows his wide range. I really like the prison/escape scenes and just the overall feel. Even though it doesn't become more than a semi-James Bond, it's fun enough to stand on its own.

Paul D (de) wrote: Lively western with a good pace, and a few top name actors for the time.

Chok S (ca) wrote: with slow-pacing, nonsense story, and a dull climax...it's such a shame to even classify this film as either horror or drama...it rather belongs in boredom genre [D]

Simon D (jp) wrote: A very odd cast made up of a few famous names from either side of the pond and a few cast-off's from UK hooligan films. The historical element was there but not important to the film as it was basically a series of battles over a castle. The battles themselves though were pretty unique to this type of period film as they were super gory. The effects money was all spent on making a realistic attempt at showing people being cut up, and it was a real surprise at how effective it was. Gotta say that the whole film was ruined by the ending, surely that never happened in real history.

Maineutral R (au) wrote: This movie represented a bit of a special moment, i watched it with my mother (might she rest in peace) and we both had fun with it. However, that doesn't mean it couldn't been a lot better. The premise actually pays off at first, but when it turns into a romantic drama is were the potential is lost and the movie feels empty. The concept of a man actually being able to understand women by reading her minds could have use a bit more exploitation and better management. I think is a good movie for a weekend, but is one of those movies that you don't remember the following day. Gibson however delivers a very believable character here.

Blake B (nl) wrote: Wolfcop is amusing and gleefully gory, but is ultimately too jumbled to enjoy completely.

amal a (kr) wrote: Morgan Freeman should have known better than to be in this film.