On the way to India to get some holy scrolls, priest Tripitaka and his followers are led by Monkey and implored by a princess to protect her people from a warlord and his brother. They've ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Adventures of Super Monkey
On the way to India to get some holy scrolls, priest Tripitaka and his followers are led by Monkey and implored by a princess to protect her people from a warlord and his brother. They've ...
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Rob A (ag) wrote: I like the idea of it, the modern world without power.
Ray M (it) wrote: Utter crap. Poor acting. Sound quality is seriously bad - I have no idea how the engineers thought they'd done a good job. Perhaps they should change their careers to hairdressers. Don't waste your time on this.
J B (gb) wrote: Quirky, but lacks subtlety.
Charles P (fr) wrote: This is like the opposite of a standard crime picture, essentially taking out all the 'action' and suchlike that you normally see and we are left with lots of standing around, boredom, standing around, more standing around, talk, talk, standing, talk, eating, standing, talk, syntax. It reminded me of The Wire, sort of. Kind of. In a way. Having a few drinks helps with the pacing.
Michael K (us) wrote: can i just watch ESPN2 for the real stuff?
Francois L (fr) wrote: visuellement tres reussi!!
Timothy W (ca) wrote: One of the best musical film I've seen. When you have a dream go for it, even if your parents are against the idea still go with it because at the end a dream will only be a dream if you don't accomplish it and I think that every dream is important because that is what makes you happy. This movie is for all parents, we want you to allow your child to follow their dreams even if they don't anymore.
Chip F (us) wrote: Could'nt ask for a better car picture. What a ride!!!
Carlos I (fr) wrote: Decent killer car movie. Not Carpenter or King's best stuff, but it's still fairly entertaining. It's funny seeing Keith Gordon transforming into this bad ass. It's less intimidating and more frustrating.
Gareth D (fr) wrote: Sublime. Beautiful. Perfection. Like watching oil move on the canvas.
Leo K (br) wrote: Dramatic. Lots of drama. Ali definitely had a mouth piece on him, which gave viewers a great show. Also motivational at times, but not too much. Generally a good story, despite the over-dramatization.
Esteban G (br) wrote: "The history of street photography is being rewritten."John Maloof's life changed when he bought a box full of old negatives in a local auction house. He was simply trying to find old pictures of his neighborhood for a history book, but what he got in return was more than he bargained for. He discovered these amazing street photographs taken by a woman named Vivian Maier and started posting them on his blog. Eventually the photos began getting some recognition and Maloof decided to start digging into this person's past and figuring out who she was and why she never developed all those negatives. Using the archive footage from the negatives he began piecing together certain elements of Vivian's past. Through interviews of people who knew Vivian years ago, Maloof tries to understand what motivated this mysterious woman to take these brilliant photographs. His first mission was to get her beautiful pictures artistically recognized, and once he does he begins to try to solve the enigmatic mystery of her past. The documentary works extremely well as this mysterious character study that begins to take form through Vivian's photographs and interviews with the few people that actually had interacted with her when she worked as a nanny for a number of families in New York. Finding Vivian Maier stands out from other documentaries in that it is narrated extremely well with the mystery element surrounding Vivian's life. The fact that this woman was fortunately discovered by Maloof and brought to the public's attention is quite fascinating. I'm no photography expert, but the pictures look amazing and there is no question Maier was a talented artist. Big props to John Maloof for making such an amazing discovery and doing such great investigative work.
F B (jp) wrote: What started out like a good film soon turned in to a confusing load a garbage which left me totally bewildered.