Nun of That is an action-comedy that follows Sister Kelly Wrath as she transforms from a nun with a simple temper problem to a vengeful killer. After being gunned down in an alley, she ascends to heaven to receive training from some of the great figures of religious mythology (Moses, Gandhi, and Jesus himself). She is then set back to Earth to join the other members of the Order of the Black Habit, a group of supernatural vigilante nuns as they seek revenge against the mob.
Nun of That is an action-comedy that follows Sister Kelly Wrath as she transforms from a nun with a simple temper problem to a vengeful killer. After being gunned down in an alley, she ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Graham B (ca) wrote: Simpsons producer Mike Reiss's feature length tale of Queer Duck and his friends Openly Gator, Oscar Wildcat and Bi-polar Bear.A gag reel of a film that will have you chuckling a plenty. Not all the jokes hit home and sometimes the silliness is just a bit too silly. Still the laughter out stripped the head shaking and the Family Guy-esque sight jokes are gold. Packet of Quentin Crisps anyone?
Maxwell P (au) wrote: Surprisingly good, there should of been more hype about this movie. Good characters good plot.
Michael G (jp) wrote: Jesus' Son is a really fun and hysterical movie about the adventures of a dope fiend. Of course, finding the movie fun may be completely missing the point but then again I've always been a fan of the random humor which is served up in abundance here. The story's told through a series of almost vignettes where the great cast (for the most part) only gets a few minutes to shine. The movie never glamorizes drug use but at the same time never really seems to go out of its way to not make it entertaining. If that makes any sense. Unfortunately, the movie (like most drug people I've known through the years) gets dull as hell once it sobers up. Which may or may not be the entire point of the movie. Great movie full of great moments with a great soundtrack.
Frances H (kr) wrote: Illeanna Douglas shines in this film loosely and supposedly based on the life of Carole King, one of my favorite recording artists. The film is well acted by a fine cast and the songs are a nostalgic trip back in time for anyone who likes the music of the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Alex S (ca) wrote: Silly but fun Terminator rip-off with some surprisingly good special effects.
Tio B (mx) wrote: It looks like a good date movie.
Vera V (ru) wrote: Awesome music by Tom Waits; intriguing scenery; story plot so so.
Roger R (nl) wrote: Be careful what you reveal to a stranger.
Zack B (mx) wrote: Some scenes demonstrate Kurosawa's nascent cinematic brilliance, but overall the film was horrendously cut by film censors at the time and the result is confusing.
Benot R (us) wrote: Ce n'est certes pas le plus grand film de Lang mais il se dfend admirablement bien. Deux parties trs diffrentes. La premire est une chasse l'homme prenante. La seconde est plus une enqute policire classique. La mise en scne est russie mme si j'avoue avoir t un peu du par le classicisme de l'oeuvre except sur la dernire demi-heure qui propose des plans remarquables. Dommage aussi que l'oeuvre ne se base pas sur les faits rels. C'est un film de propagande et a ne le cache pas. Je l'ai malheureusement vu en VF.
Allan C (gb) wrote: Cheesy goodness. More fun than I expected.
Kyle S (it) wrote: Smartest movie that's come out in a while. Reminds me of Robocop's deeper and more than subtle meaning behind a cool and dark plot.
Ed C (ca) wrote: One line summary: Young adult action thriller with steampunk and fantastic elements.-------------------- The time and place are somewhere that has both steampunk and fantastic elements. The clothing and cultural affect is late Victorian; the technology, steam, mechanical, with some electricity, but no electronics. The dual quests are for a lost brother and a magical, powerful box. The Mundi family and Charity are on one side of the quest for the box. Luger and Monica are on a different side. Charity gains some particular intelligence about Luger's efforts, plus a broken key relevant to the box. He relays some information and the pieces of the key. Soon thereafter, the Mundi family is attacked. Charity helps Mariah escape, but Charles, Catherine, and Felix are kidnapped. The parents, Charles and Catherine, and questioned harshly by Luger, and Felix is made to work in a particular mine. Mariah works at Luger's hotel to gain intelligence, disguised as a new porter. He has some success at this, and meets Sacha. After Luger gets the two broken key pieces from Felix and Mariah, he adds another piece to complete it. The fun really begins, as Luger gets closer to the box.-----Scores----- Cinematography: 8/10 Dark and murky, but well shot. Sound: 9/10 No problems. Acting: 7/10 Sam Neill was good, as was Michael Sheen. Aneurin Neuman grew on me during the film. Screenplay: 8/10 Moves right along. I'm looking forward to the sequel. As a YA film, this was fine.
Matt C (br) wrote: This is quite a good idea and is basically the updated (well 90's approach) to the Magnificent Seven. Problem is it never quite kicks into gear, the action scenes are just OK and none of the main plot lines are particularly explored in any depth. As a result it's all a little bit...meh.