The Grace Card
Everything can change in an instant...and take a lifetime to unravel. Every day, we have the opportunity to rebuild relationships by extending and receiving God's grace. Offer The Grace Card, and never underestimate the power of God's love.
- Stars:Milla Jovovich, Julian McMahon, Michael Joiner, Michael Higgenbottom, Joy Parmer Moore, Louis Gossett Jr., Dawntoya Thomason, Rob Erickson, Kiana McDaniel, Taylor Ollins, Cindy Hodge, Chris Thomas, Brayden Negelein, Amisho Baraka, Jessica Maharrey, George Bradshaw, Alicia Burton,
- Director:David G. Evans,
- Writer:Howard Klausner
Everything can change in an instant...and take a lifetime to unravel. Every day, we have the opportunity to rebuild relationships by extending and receiving God's grace. Offer The Grace Card, and never underestimate the power of God's love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Grace Card torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Very strong performances especially by JG, may he rest in peace. It was good to see James on screen but overall it was a good emotionally sad movie.
(gb) wrote: Featuring 'Free Fighting', a mix of Thai Boxing and Ultimate Fighting, Scorpion has already been dubbed 'The French Fight Club.' From the stunt team that worked on The Transporter.
(it) wrote: the dialog and script in this film is dreadful, successfully sullying a great performance by William H. Macy.
(kr) wrote: Connelly tries hard, but is pulled down by cliche scares, cheap images and a messy screenplay.
(de) wrote: This movie sucked the acting, the jokes, and the action were all pretty much terrible. I did not find this movie amusing. I definitely say skip it.
(mx) wrote: a kick ass movie with style, lifted above its genre through solid performances by Gershon, Rourke and Lewis- with excellent cinematography
(gb) wrote: Struggled through this
(mx) wrote: Sigourney Weaver is so wonderful playing the late Dian Fosseyshe was a zoologist who took the job traveling to the African jungle to study groups of gorillas but after witnessing the poaching and slaughtering of the animals she dedicated herself to saving them and preserving the balance of lifethe capturing and money-making of gorillas is horrific enough especially when you are aware of the on-going civil war between the tribes peopleit's very distressing to watch the violence being done to the gorillas, I almost wanted to look away several timesstill you cant help but root for Dian's love for them and it is sad that if we don't do something soon there will be none of them left in the worldlike any living creature gorillas need their families to continue flourishing and extinction is the last thing we want for our ecosystemI admire Dian Fossey's hard journey to save these gorillas and make sure they still thrive
(it) wrote: "Jabberwocky" is the first live action film directed by Terry Gilliam, without Python. Granted, some Pythons are in the film (including Michael Palin in the lead), but they aren't the writers, the stars, or in charge of the overall production. The movie is similar to Python's work at the time, specifically "Holy Grail", as it was made in between that film and "Life of Brian" and is set in the same medieval times (and it looks like at a lot of the same locations). This film is okay, but not nearly as good as what Python had already put out. I know that many of the Pythons weren't terribly happy with Gilliam as a director on "Holy Grail", as he was more focused on the visuals and not the jokes...and all the subsequent Python films were solely directed by Terry Jones. This is sort of like what "Holy Grail" might've been like had Gilliam had complete control over the Pythons...and the results pretty much showcase that the Pythons were right. Gilliam's best work was ahead of him, and when he moved slightly away from the Python style (in terms of humor) he became a much better filmmaker.
(ru) wrote: "Memories" consists of three animated segments with roots in science fiction. The first two are roughly 45 minutes each and the third is about 20 minutes long."Magnetic Rose": A chilling psychological thriller that centers around a crew of space junk collectors who discover the remains of a giant spacecraft. This story was probably my favorite and I honestly wouldn't fault anyone for watching it and skipping the rest. It was enthralling, haunting, and will keep you in suspense until the very end."Stink Bomb": An immensely humorous tale that warns against the dangers of failing to uphold lab procedures (not really, but that's what I got out of it). The story was considerably lacking in relation to "Magnetic Rose," but you will definitely have a good time nonetheless. It is kind of disturbing to think that the director uses humor to convey such a dark story, though."Cannon Fodder": Definitely the most lacking of the three segments. It was so short that it hardly seemed appropriate to put it alongside the two other segments, and the story was essentially non-existent. To be honest, it felt like more of a gesture than short film. An exercise in "hey, look what we can do!" film-making.
(au) wrote: Fantastic, silly, and visually brilliant. It borders on non-narrative at times with its excessive scenes of animal hunting. In fact, there is almost no sense of narrative momentum in the film, but it's all very beautiful and has an engaging rhythm. Some of the shots of animals, the ostriches in particular, are a cousin to Luis Bunuel and The Phantom of Liberty-- almost suggesting the utter indifference of the animal world to the romantic conventions and cliches of the human world, not to mention the obvious genre demands of the entire film.
(nl) wrote: love this movie. watched with my kiddo yesterday.
(au) wrote: Rufallo plays a great role.