The Bible: In the Beginning...

The Bible: In the Beginning...

Extravagant production of the first part of the book of Genesis. Covers Adam and Eve, Noah and the Flood and Abraham and Isaac.

Extravagant production of the first part of the book of Genesis. Covers Adam and Eve, Noah and the Flood and Abraham and Isaac. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Bible: In the Beginning... torrent reviews

Chris B (ag) wrote: Aah. Such a nice movie. And all in Italy. What can I say.

Riff J (ag) wrote: See RT's description.

David M (ag) wrote: I think this is the first zombie movie that i couldn't sit through and enjoy. It starts off slow, and just when you are expecting them to pick up the pace, it gets even slower. Nothing funny, nothing scary. The only real challenge is trying to sit through the whole thing without shutting it off.

Gabriel K (nl) wrote: A low-key bittersweet comedy-drama set in rural Argentina. The main characters are 3 simple people who are traveling to a city each for their own reason. Not much happens, but everything in this movie has a truly genuine feel to it. What doesn't seem important to the viewer is a big deal to the main characters, as as in real life, little things make a difference.

Art S (br) wrote: Taking Melville's Billy Budd (which I have not read) as a launching point, Claire Denis transposes the action to Djibouti and the French Foreign Legion. Dennis Lavant (more recently the star of Carax's Holy Motors) conveys the story of his own expulsion from the Legion in flashback and voiceover from a disillusioned point in the future where he escapes into extreme dancing at the local discotheque. The story focuses on his jealousy toward a younger Legionnaire who has captured the attention of the commanding officer and Lavant's attempts to discredit him. However, the story is only a loose framework that allows Denis to show her complete mastery of film language. Indeed, this film triumphs in a glorious visual style dotted with beautiful abstract patterns, carried along by superb editing that mixes and matches segments shot differently into a vibrant whole. True, I drifted at times, but a second viewing or one on the big screen might curb that tendency.

Private U (gb) wrote: Edward Burns's best movie. Jon Bon gives the strongest performance.

Andrea F (ru) wrote: Begotten como una pelcula difcil de digerir, difcil de soportar pero con una carga visual tremenda. Sin duda, una de mis pelculas favoritas. Con escenas realmente abstractas y grotescas, nos brinda una historia en un panorama muy diferente. El grano y los altos contrastes me encantaron.

TTT C (ca) wrote: (**): Thumbs Down I liked the attempt more than the final product. The cast is fine but none of the musical numbers were really memorable to me. Fair at best.

Jake M (ca) wrote: Coraline (2009) - Is a very smart and very imaginative stop motion movie. I Absolutely love the animation in this movie. It's enchanting as well as spooky. When Coraline is enjoying an experience in the other world i feel like i'm with her enjoying that experience along with her. The characters are also very well done and they have very realistic personality traits as well as very artistic designs. The story is very well paced as well as very well told. I always look forward to watching this movie every Halloween. (A)

Jaime L (mx) wrote: Well the climax was kind of exciting. I suppose. Unfortunately the rest of the film is dull and aimless with bad acting. A poor "modern" Western with then hot young stars that is already turning to haze in my mind.