Olivier calls himself a 'statistical miracle'. He is almost 27 years old but the doctors had predicted that, because of the heart disease he was born with, he would not get much older than ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Olivier calls himself a 'statistical miracle'. He is almost 27 years old but the doctors had predicted that, because of the heart disease he was born with, he would not get much older than ...
- Stars:Fernando Benini, Túlio de Lemos, Manoel Domingos, Ruth Escobar, Eugenio Kusnet, Jonas Mello, Danielle Palumbo, José Ramalho, Luiz Fernando Rezende, Jairo Salvini, Carlos Silveira, Jô Soares, Maria Esther Stockler, Sílvia Werneck, Joop Admiraal, Dragan Bakema, Hans Dagelet, Ria Eimers, Guusje Eybers, Kees Hulst, Sarah Jonker, Noël Keulen, Bart Klever, Maria Kraakman, Roel Kyvelos, Jasper van Overbruggen, Bob Wind, Jessica Zeylmaker, Olga Zuiderhoek,
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Dolores H (nl) wrote: Hilarious and brilliant and exciting. One of the best films I've seen this year. But why didn't any of the Avengers come to help when there was a war on Earth? 2nd time: Emma 10/10. Lucy 10/10. Charlotte 10/10.
Kathleen H (au) wrote: This is not a "fast action" "car crashing" "AK47 wielding hero splattering walls with bullets" kind of movie. This is not about a big budget. This is not about a comic book hero with special powers coming to life off the pulp page to rescue the perfect, idealistic world from an incredibly horrible villain. This movie is about reality. This is about the true heroes in our society, the small, insignificant people who despite the "system" still truly believe in and hope for and love each other. This is a movie an audience can relate to, everyone knows people like these characters. It grips the audience from the beginning and keeps you to the end. The performances are fantastic, especially Tristan Lake Leabu, Laura San Giacomo, Charles Dutton, and Azura Skye. Martin Papazian's work as writer, director, and actor shows his dedication to telling this story of what is happening in our society that we sometimes don't want to see. And yet it leaves you with hope. It is a touching and uplifting experience at the same time. This may not be a slick, "Hollywood", "Critically Acclaimed" movie, but it's the kind of movie that real, regular people love.
Patrick G (gb) wrote: Aside from the name of the girl in the original, infinitely better first film in the series, a new 'video from Hell' is now on YouTube and people are literally dieing over it. It seems a famous offbeat magician supposedly kills himself online, which leads the unfortunates searching for it to either walk into moving buses, throw themselves from windows, etc, or completely disappear. Either way, it's nasty because you get the image of Sadako reaching out of the computer screen in that 3-D effect to make entire audiences move back in one fell swoop. The effects become painfully obvious after a while. Forget what you know about the original because the director and producers certainly did.
Michael H (jp) wrote: Even before the heartbreak of the climactic charter school lottery cut scenes, your heart goes out to all these kids, but Guggenheim's take on education stacks the deck against them even further by implying that only charters offer a ray of hope. Would that it were that simple.
Christopher B (ag) wrote: Interesting illustration of backwards people and the "perfect life."
Stephanie M (ru) wrote: A pretty dang good old Tom Selleck western. :-)
Aru V (nl) wrote: I think this is one of the best musical movies I've seen. Do not know why they did not like it. Is so perfect.