PINA is a feature-length dance film in 3D with the ensemble of the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, featuring the unique and inspiring art of the great German choreographer, who died in the summer of 2009.
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Pina torrent reviews
Zachary M (gb) wrote: Shot in less than a full 9-5 working week, yet filled with plenty of raw fear and atmosphere you'd think they spent months planning it all. But they didn't. Hell according to the director's commentary so much of the movie was improvised with non-actors and real events that where too good, they just left in the film. Found footage movies aren't for everyone, but I think this definitely as a place for those who do like them.
Jace H (ca) wrote: Could have been a really good movie. The ideas for each of the mini movies are really good. The only thing that makes it kind of bad is the acting and the actual direction each shows went.
Ben J (de) wrote: I can only assume others watched a different film from the one I saw - this is amateur student filmmaking at its most basic, with clunky dialogue, irritatingly poor acting & dialogue (with the exception of the excellent Tony Todd), artificial direction and an overdose of pointless philosophising. This is a thinker's play at best, shoehorned into a cheaply shot movie. Yes, the core concept is interesting and some of the reveals entertaining. No, that doesn't rescue the amateur hour production or justify the overrated IMDB score.
Adam R (ca) wrote: (First and only viewing - 9/26/2009)
Megan E (it) wrote: Another movie I loved as a kid. The dinosaurs are cool. And it was fun to watch.
Brad M (au) wrote: they dont make movies like this anymore it may look bad but in some ways its a good martial arts movie.
Connor G (ca) wrote: Delightfully funny all throughout, including several moments where one has a difficult time breathing.
Scott W (it) wrote: Silly and embarassing nonsense
Private U (fr) wrote: i don't want to see this!
Deepak S (mx) wrote: A superbly shot film and a heart wrenching story about the plight of lions in Africa which mirrors the plight of our tigers.There were 450,000 lions fifty years ago.Today the count is 20,000 and declining.This is a top class documentary from National Geographic and award-winning filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert. Narrated by Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons. A must watch.
John Eric D (nl) wrote: This sequel is way more fun compared to the 1st one. More stare downs, more manly faces and those sweaty looks, with their hairs on their faces and smoking tobaccos. In short, it's a fun watch in this very manly western film. One of the reasons that I love in this film is the chemistry between Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef. And Gian Maria Volont as the main villain, I mean superb performances for these actors. Another Iconic western film that I will never forget. And the restoration on blu-ray is impressive. I really like it. A must watch, a must have and definitly you will enjoy this one. 4/5 stars!