Olympia Part Two: Festival of Beauty

Olympia Part Two: Festival of Beauty

The Second part of Olympia, a documentary about the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin by German Director Leni Riefenstahl. The film played in theaters in 1938 and again in 1952 after the fall of the Nazi Regime.

The document of the 1936 Olympics at Berlin, orchestrated as Nazi propaganda. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Olympia Part Two: Festival of Beauty torrent reviews

Brian F (gb) wrote: An awesome, encouraging movie for us Unbelievers!

Tori S (au) wrote: God, how I do love Cillian Murphy.

Mikey M (es) wrote: A complete let down from the first 2 films, its entertaining but Blade just feels like a side character. The film should have been set in a post apocalyptic world over run by vampires like it was originally conceived.

Madeleine S (gb) wrote: This post-war drama is a suspenseful and touching story that shows the importance of family, the hardships of war, and the beauty of one sport that brings it all together.

Arseniy V (es) wrote: Profound? No. Haunted by poor musical choices? Certainly. Enjoyable? It is to me. Saw this when I was a teen wanting to be an actor. Sobered me up a little. Love it until this day. Timeless themes explored through life's little tidbits. Ranging from trite-yet-cute to just-plain-wonderful.

Faley A (nl) wrote: Great piece of work my Yimou Zhang. Classic portrayal of the Chinese customs about wives and concubines, demonstration was eye catching.

Joe E (au) wrote: Certainly not a classic and as many have pointed out it seems to just go through the routines of similar thrillers. But this has one major advantage - or should I say two - and both are excellent as usual. The ending is a little made-for-tv-ish but Oldman and Bacon serve it up with much enthusiasm.

Addie A (it) wrote: What a great movie! Beautiful!

Gina W (kr) wrote: This was a pretty good movie covering the early life of Cassius Clay/Mohammad Ali.

Mau R (fr) wrote: From classic art to great modern art and an example of an integral secular, yet religiously respectful, classic.

Justin A (fr) wrote: This was so much better than I remembered. Actually, this may be the best Christmas themed horror movie I've seen. Why? Because this actually felt like a Christmas movie with horror elements than a horror movie that just happened to take place on Christmas.Christmas Evil is basically William Lustig's Maniac, only the maniac in this movie is all about Christmas and Santa Claus. This movie is light on bloodshed and kills, and instead showcases the main character's descent into madness as he hopes to become Santa Claus and bring out the true spirit of Christmas. The lead, Brandon Maggart, does a commendable job and he keeps things interesting throughout. He is convincing, especially when he puts on the suit and beard. Despite him being mentally deranged you find yourself caring about what happens to him. His intentions are seemingly good, even if deranged.The ending (which I can't even believe I forgot about after my first viewing) is hilarious and dumb, but somehow perfect for this movie. It needed to end on some sort of bang and this ending is one of those "Christmas miracle" endings you see in lots of Christmas movies. This is a true Christmas horror movie. This isn't Black Christmas, P2, or Silent Night, Deadly Night where it's just a basic slasher that takes place on Christmas. Christmas Evil is a Christmas movie first and a horror movie second. That's why I would say this is the best Christmas horror movie out there and is worth watching for those who enjoy these kinds of movies.

Max N (au) wrote: Excelente filme belico, realizado a la par con el conflicto real en Corea. Sin un atisbo de patriotismo ni propaganda, la historia intimista se concentra en lo que pasa entre los soldados, sus miedos y pensamientos. El director sirvio mucho tiempo durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, por lo cual sabia de lo que hablaba, entregando realismo a este relato tan visceral y libre de fachada pro-americana. Pese a ser filmado enteramente en estudio y con un presupuesto ridiculo, vuelve a imponerse el genio creador de Fuller, sorprendiendo con su manera unica de ver el cine. Sobresaliente.