The Missing Picture

The Missing Picture

Rithy Panh uses clay figures, archival footage, and his narration to recreate the atrocities Cambodia's Khmer Rouge committed between 1975 and 1979.

Rithy Panh uses clay figures, archival footage, and his narration to recreate the atrocities Cambodia's Khmer Rouge committed between 1975 and 1979. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Missing Picture torrent reviews

Leon B (kr) wrote: Review:What an awful movie! All of the reviews were saying that the film was crap, but I thought that I would give it a go because I like Keith David, but the film was proper crap. If the director was trying to make a comedy with a message, he failed miserably. The jokes weren't funny and the storyline was ridiculous. Omar Gooding, the young brother of Cuba Gooding, wasn't a good choice by the director because he just made a fool out of himself. I thought that the movie was going to be about Christmas in Compton, which is the American title for the movie, but it ended up being about Omar Gooding managing a band, trying to make them the next Destiny Child. Anyway, I think that you can tell that I really didn't enjoy this movie. Awful!Round-Up:It's always a shame when you see actors like Eric Roberts and Keith David in terrible movies like this because they are respected actors. I wonder what makes them take on these roles once they read the terrible script. I haven't seen Omar Gooding in anything else so I can't really comment in his history, but he hasn't got the screen charisma like his brother. I wasn't massively disappointed with this movie because I wasn't expecting that much, and I must admit, I did fall asleep halfway through it, so I will be putting it at the bottom of the pile. I recommend this movie to people who like there pointless comedies about a man trying to make a band successful. 1/10

Ryan S (ca) wrote: 4.5/5. Whoever had the idea to turn this franchise into an action/heist series is a genius. Far superior to the previous four films, Fast Five is where the series takes a new direction and it is definitely for the better.

Chris W (au) wrote: was good, not great. worth a watch if you like this kind of movie but it won't leave a lasting impression

Benjamin W (au) wrote: As a video editor, I totally dig this kind of film. A science fiction thriller where people can view a person's entire life memory and edit it into a presentation for their funeral and feeding lies to their close friends. Such great and haunting concepts and philosophy are shown in this story as well as a great dramatic performance by Robin Williams.

Lanky Man P (gb) wrote: It's one of the cheesier western, but it still is a solid one with a great acting cast.

Mariano C (br) wrote: El mismo guin, en manos de un buen director, podran haber hecho una gran pelcula. Pero claro, no es el caso y el sopor y el sueo te van invadiendo conforme el metraje avanza. Un purillo. Slo se salva Fernn-Gomez, el resto de actores malos malos.

Achilles D (ca) wrote: Amazingly touching, and heart warming story of the growth of two individuals meeting for a weekend affair every year. The real joy is seeing how their lives are affected by how they grow, and what goes on while they are away from each other...

Eric L (de) wrote: This is a docudrama film, supposedly containing interviews of people that have seen a sasquatch-type animal known as the "Fouke Monster." It takes place in the woods around Fouke, Arkansas. It also has narrated recreations of encounters with this beast. This is suposedly based on true stories. It's a pretty simple script with below par acting and below par camera techniques....but it is still better than The Blair Witch Project and will tell you about their famous monster. If nothing else, it will make you take another look at the famous Patterson-Gimlin film from Bluff Creekand ask yourself....."Could these really be out there?"

Jo Y (de) wrote: This is abut a family with 7 boys and they joined the Navy and all got killid.that is why they don't want brothers to be in same outfit.very good movie...must see!

othman b (fr) wrote: perfect movie action