Shroud of Turin Material Evidence

Shroud of Turin Material Evidence

Carbon 14 says the Shroud is a medieval fake but new evidence traces the Shroud back through history and geography all the way to 1st century Jerusalem.

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Avid C (ag) wrote: X (Night of Vengeance) will get you blood pumping. All along the ride you will want the two girls to get out of it clean, but trouble will hound them mercilessly.It's gritty, it's dirty, it's sexy, it's not what you want to happen when on the job. You get to see the two very different sides of a single coin. You'll enjoy, because you'll get to understand some things, and imagine many others. It will grip you and it won't let you go until it is finished with you.A few things are off with this movie. Sometimes, you want a tighter scenario, editing, a more experienced camera work, or more fine tuning on the dialogs, but it's easily forgivable.Watch it only if you're ready for suspense and a good dose of the underground.

Joanne J (es) wrote: This film transports you to another world... the emotion really comes through with great effect and the music is just fantastic.

Shaun M (de) wrote: A mildly engaging Japanese revenge thriller that doesn't overcome some hefty contrivances, and is surely far too titillating for a film about rape, but is not without its moments of undeniable tension and strangeness.

Mary Ellen T (fr) wrote: Just not into sexy movies that much.

Philip P (fr) wrote: Salang salang salang. (Love is all you need.)

winda n (de) wrote: small ballz filmz wak

Shashia G (it) wrote: No kind of movie tears me up so much as a dog movie.

Scott A (mx) wrote: I may have seen parts of this before, but kind of one of those forgetful comedies. Basically one of those films that whatever can go wrong with our lead, will. Short is pretty amusing as he plays it that he doesn't really get that he has the worst luck ever. Glover is basically Glover, like always.I found it kind of cool that neither show up in the film until after at least ten minutes has passed. They set it up that Short's boss has a daughter who is also a bad luck charm, and hence why he is picked to find that dumb luck can happen twice and maybe find out what happened to her.It's harmless fun, but never laugh out loud funny. There really isn't an aspect of bad guys either, which one would expect.Some cool supporting characters in there. The guy that helps finds the daughter is Scott Wilson of Walking Dead fame, and one of my favorite Friday The 13th girls, Sharlene Martin, turns up as a nurse on one the Short's many times in a hospital.

Brian S (us) wrote: A constant action-packed and non stop action fantasy movie and certainly one of Carpenter's best, as well as the best movie to have Kurt Russell collaborated with Carpenter. They really really did a great job on this one, and Kim Catrall is great and sexy is this one too. The special effects of this flick are just amazing and surrprising and the acting is terrific, as well as the martial art stunts. I can't really figure out why this movie was such a box office failure, it's pretty good. Funny and recommended !!

Alice M (it) wrote: Everybody knows Madonna is a terrible actress. But the movie is interesting.

JamesMasaki R (de) wrote: Who would've thought? A geologist's nightmare! What a sell for a horror movie.... The alien monsters are just rocks that react to water? Now that's just not scary.... They do try to rise the tension through the movie, but there's so much absurb 1950s fake science mumbo jumbo and bad dialogue that the unintentional humor makes up for it halfway.... The Universal backlot set looks great though! Shows how nothing changes from Monolith Monsters to Back to the Future!

Tim W (kr) wrote: Not exactly `the best of Monty Python` but definitely had some great sketches from Flying Circus. Very funny.

Stuart K (jp) wrote: Agatha Christie's books got a new lease of life in the 1970's and 80's, and this was the second one to star Peter Ustinov as Hercule Poirot after Murder on the Nile (1978), it's a good adaptation with all the main cast hamming it up without a care in the world. But it captures the era well, and it has a good mystery at the centre of it. Poirot (Ustinov) is asked to check out an insurance claim on a diamond belonging to Sir Horace Blatt (Colin Blakely), the diamond is a fake and Blatt believes he knows who took it. A woman he courted in New York, who is now holidaying on a hotel on a small island in the west of the Mediterranean. The hotel is ran by Daphne Castle (Maggie Smith), and the guests include theatre producers Odell (James Mason) and Myra Gardener (Sylvia Miles), critic Rex Brewster (Roddy McDowall), young couple Patrick (Nicholas Clay) and Christine Redfern (Jane Birkin) and Kenneth Marshall (Denis Quilley) and his wife Arlena (Diana Rigg). As the guests mingle, one afternoon, Arlena turns up dead on a remote beach, and now Poirot has to use to his "little, grey cells" to find out whodunnit, but nothing is what it seems, and the guests seem to be changing their stories everytime Poirot makes his enquiries. It's a good murder mystery, and it has a good period score with the music of Cole Porter. Ustinov makes a good Poirot too, likeable and intelligent, and it has good, colourful support all having a good time. Oh, and the locations in Majorca are beautiful.

Brian D (fr) wrote: Great Film. The stories were very personal. The titles could have been done better to make them readable.