Documentary about French-born Pierre Verger, who lived between Bahia (Brazil) and Africa from 1946 until his death in 1996, and dedicated himself to photograph and research the Candomblé ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pierre Fatumbi Verger: Mensageiro Entre Dois Mundos
Documentary about French-born Pierre Verger, who lived between Bahia (Brazil) and Africa from 1946 until his death in 1996, and dedicated himself to photograph and research the Candomblé ...
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Muhammed S (au) wrote: It should be remade, low budget, bad acting and strange connections made this movie a disaster, the only good thing about this movie was Robert Englund, but that's no reason to watch, maybe if your a fan of his. The story and theme is good and should be remade with a better budget!
Aaron V (it) wrote: Oz The Great and Powerful is one of those forgetable Disney films. This is like one of those films where you say to one guy "hey have you seen oz the great and powerful"? And the other guy is like "what movie"? The film is ok. The design for oz is cool and some of the visuals can be great. But all of the characters are forgetable. They really don't try to make you remember them like Snow White or Cruela Devil. It's an ok film not one of Disney's best films but an ok one.
Jon B (de) wrote: Highly Enjoyable Romantic Drama that explores love and relationships in a very British setting. Solid.
Larry C (au) wrote: Anna Kendrick does not have a big enough part. She is dressed in clothes that are too big. Too many odd characters.
Julianne B (nl) wrote: yea watchable but not worth the rent
Donegal H (gb) wrote: Much as I enjoy Indian films, I'm just not into crime dramas or thrillers.
Grant S (ru) wrote: Wonderfully funny and fun.Picking up where the first Shrek movie left off, Shrek and Fiona are now happily married and living in Shrek's house in the swamp. Donkey reappears, much to Shrek and Fiona's annoyance. The King and Queen of Far Far Away hear of their daughter's (Fiona) marriage and invite Shrek and Fiona to the palace to celebrate. When the King discover's that Shrek is an ogre he is immediately opposed to the marriage. Prince Charming, who is determined to marry Fiona, appears and he and the King band together to separate Shrek and Fiona and get Fiona to marry Prince Charming. The Fairy Godmother also appears, and she is not as benevolent as you think.Good fun, with some great jokes. Mixes medieval settings with modern in-jokes and parodies. Quite clever, some of the jokes - definitely not just a movie for kids. Rollicks along at a good pace. There are some silly sub-plots but these don't consume too much of the time and are glossed over through the frenetic pace.Great use of well-known characters from children's fables, eg Puss in Boots, Pinocchio, The Three Little Pigs.Superb animation, as you would expect from DreamWorks. Spot-on voice casting too. Pick of the bunch, for me, is Jennifer Saunders as the Fairy Godmother. She gets some of the best lines and her deliver is brilliant.There is a large amount of music in the movie, not to the extent that it is a musical (thankfully), but enough to make it more than just background. The songs are a bit hit-and-miss. Some (eg Eels' "I need some sleep") fit in well with the movie and help the tone, while others just feel like populist fluff. On the whole, the choice of music hinders more than helps the movie.Overall, an entertaining way to spend 1 1/2 hours or so.
Kevin E C (us) wrote: VHD is one of my all time favorite if not my all time favorite animes ever.
jennifer m (us) wrote: ANOTHER GREAT ONE BE S E HINTON
Jason H (es) wrote: Really good movie that I never heard of. Grant is good in a comedic role and Shirley Temple is in it?!?!? Awesome. Pretty funny for it's time too.
Trent R (de) wrote: If you love atmosphere alone, this may interest.