A colossal adventure odyssey that turns back the hands of time to the very beginning of man's existence. 80,000 years ago, when man roamed the earth, he was exposed to the many harsh elements of nature. Against the perilous atmosphere of rugged terrain, rival tribes and savage beasts, Quest for Fire examines a peaceful tribe's search for that all important element fire, and the knowledge to create it. Focusing on human dream as well as realistic insights into pre-historic man, the constant struggle for survival is vividly recreated in this sensational production.
Writer:Gérard Brach (screenplay), J.H. Rosny Sr. (based on the novel by)
This story takes place in prehistoric time when a primitive homo sapiens tribe huddles around a natural fire source for comfort and survival. But after that source is extinguished, tribesmen Naoh, Amoukar, and Gaw are sent out on a "quest for fire." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Serge L (gb) wrote: Very well done but the story is strange. Kind of homme Nikita, americano hero, sharp shooting and full of shit. So many unlikely things. I took it as a tv movie with humour, murder, and family times. The french bits were all good.
Juan V (it) wrote: Sin embargo, no pude dejar de verla hasta el final
Imon S (fr) wrote: A funny,breezy,zany comedy that works and entertains!
Diane L (kr) wrote: Wonderful, inspiring true story of hardship and the faith that gets ahold of you to get you through.
Danijela S (ag) wrote: Extraordinary movie.Very good script, perfectly directed, often hilarious and, at times, deeply moving.Candela Pea and Micaela Nevrez did amazing job.Movie is a touching exploration of two women who work in a dark profession, but find light through their friendship with each other. I enjoyed it very much, and will be on the lookout for more from both the director and his lead actresses in the future.
Mildred A (mx) wrote: Great characters and a great story but I will admit, many of the characters scared the heck out of me!
Cynthia C (ag) wrote: Best Movie I Ever Seen
Tom F (ru) wrote: A microcosm of social anxieties played out against constant external threats and isolation. Difficulties occurred because of the translating into English and I felt the constant drag of the dialog because of that. I expect it's more enjoyable with just the native tongue.
Ken S (kr) wrote: Off horror film about a man who fantasizes about killing himself and others...he has a shitty life, a bitchy wife who openly gives his asshole boss a handjob at a party...and he just takes it. Then one morning he wakes up with no face and decides to kill everyone who pissed all over him. It's a weird horror film from George A. Romero, who having gone through zombies, witches, vampires, zombies, Jekyll & Hyde tales, and zombies...decides to try his hand at a slasher film. It is okay, it isn't as bad as I was lead to believe, but it isn't all that great either. Peter Stormare is irritating as hell in this I usually like him, but his character is awful in this. The party at the end is ridiculous, and seems a little too over the top.
Vasco M (gb) wrote: The quirkiness becomes a bit overbearing and the movie recycles some of its own gags along the way. Still entertaining nevertheless.
William E (nl) wrote: White people are too tall and gangly.
Ryley R (es) wrote: Hoffman and Cruise give some of their finest performances in Rain Man. While the first half is very formulaic and feels like almost any other road trip film, the second half turns into a rich mellow drama regarding the beauty of brotherhood and its strength despite the differences between said brothers may have.
Phillip W (us) wrote: Can't go wrong with the classics.
Jonathan B (au) wrote: This was a British style propaganda film at the time of British imperialism in India. It made the British soldiers look good fighting for justice, and all the Indian natives look bad except Gunga Din. Yes its entertaining, especially the time period it came out in the 1930s.
Benjamin L (kr) wrote: pfff! Ridiculous! Long and shitty!
Cristhian M (nl) wrote: Original, thrilling, and well developed.
Sheila M (ru) wrote: I enjoyed this very much. I feel it just scratched the surface of what single families face. Having friends to lean on or just to talk to works wonders. The support group idea was excellant.
J B (ru) wrote: "The Adderall Diaries" has many thoughtful and resonant ideas, but fails to connect them into a meaningful whole.