The Song of Bernadette

The Song of Bernadette

In 1858 France, Bernadette, an adolescent peasant girl, has a vision of "a beautiful lady" in the city dump. She never claims it to be anything other than this, but the townspeople all assume it to be the virgin Mary. The pompous government officials think she is nuts, and do their best to suppress the girl and her followers, and the church wants nothing to do with the whole matter. But as Bernadette attracts wider and wider attention, the phenomenon overtakes everyone in the the town, and transforms their lives.

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Christopher B (de) wrote: Part critique, part homage. Plotnick apt behind camera; narrative reminiscent of THE ICE STORM in the same way PLAN NINE FROM OUTER SPACE is reminiscent of THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL.

Samiha H (gb) wrote: full of fun and nostalgia

Melissa F (ca) wrote: My friend Zann Walker recommended this one. I owe her many thanks. This film captured my heart. Sometimes I wonder how religions with such strong mythical beliefs can still exist in this day and age. This film tells me that it may be because "myths" are sometimes real.

Kushal M (kr) wrote: Tina Fey is the sole saviour of this attempt at comedy.

Petros T (nl) wrote: You're basically curious to see what the fuck's going on in this eerie little film, but curiosity killed the cat... way too sick, and with no apparent reason.

Guilherme N (us) wrote: Unforgivable first scene's editing mistake.

Keaton E (us) wrote: Full of energy, grace and a powerful performance by Johnny Depp, Finding Neverland captures the magic which inspired J.M Barrie and the biography it is based on.

Lee M (it) wrote: Limning a love affair between two Middle American women and its impact on the high school where both work, "Late Bloomers" is an eager-to-please comedy longer on good intentions and indie chutzpah than originality or insight.

Pierre K (it) wrote: A very Good movie directed by Robert Redford on teh dirty trick of public Television..

Donald W (ag) wrote: A lot of things in this movie came true. They predicted the internet when two computers established a communication link. They predicted people communicating via computer monitors with cameras installed. Control Data Corporation provided the hardware for this movie. This movie came out in 1970 when the research on the internet was taking place. CDC probably knew about this research. CDC built the hard drives for the mainframe computers of that era. The movie missed the mark when it predicted one huge computer inside a mountain. In the 1970's computers actually began to shrink. However the World Wide Web has become Colossus, not one big computer but millions of small computers linked together via the internet. The start of the movie reminds me of President Kennedy. The President in the movie was obviously based on Kennedy. Kennedy's advisors thought they could use computers and technology to solve the world's problems. The story in the movie takes it to the extreme and shows mankind losing its freedom to an all controlling computer. However, in the real world we are no closer to artificial intelligence than they were in 1970. I first saw this movie on TV. During the 1970's this movie was shown many times on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Jason T (es) wrote: And so the decline of Rob Reiner continues. There are a few chuckles but the script is flat, not engaging and predictable. If you like the leads its worth a Redbox rental but not much else.

Guillermo B (mx) wrote: Summary: In spite of being a very flawed film, Grave Encounters deserves some credit for its terrific scares and claustrophobic setting. 80/100 [B+]For their ghost hunting reality show, a production crew locks themselves inside an abandoned mental hospital that's supposedly haunted - and it might prove to be all too true. Grave Encounters is written and directed by The Vicious Brothers. I have to admit that in spite of its flaws, it is one of my favorite found-footage films of all time, it has a very scary atmosphere and unforgettable scares. Grave Encounters is an audience pleaser. It is that kind of horror film that you re-watch every Halloween with some friends and snacks. It is suspenseful, memorable and bloody; I love it. It's an amazing ride, and of course a guilty pleasure. Moving on, the film starts slow and introduces us to its characters, also there were some silly and bad-acted moments in the first act.The main character, "Lance Preston" performed by Sean Rogerson was quite objective, you don't hate him, but you don't like him either. The rest of the characters were somewhat likable, except for the black guy called "T.C. Gibson", performed by Merwin Mondesir. His character was annoying and cliche, but the script helped him a lot, and you can empathize with him sometimes. The only female in the film "Sasha" performed by Ashleigh Gryzko, was quite believable, her acting was realistic and effective. The acting in this movie was generally good. After the introduction of the characters, the crew locks themselves inside of the abandoned mental hospital and the fun begins... for us. It is bloody, twisted and messed up. It is a pleasant found-footage film. The excitement that produced in me was just incredible.The Vicious Brothers direct with precision, and they build a consistent atmosphere throughout the film. I loved the skepticism of the characters during the first half of the film. The first creepy scenes were effective, for example: wheelchairs and creaky doors moving by themselves. All of these scares were cliche, but Grave Encounters is still effectively creepy because it has the right amount of suspense in its scares, it has a great build-up suspense. I also want to add that its found-footage execution makes sense, and the footage looked very realistic at times. Moving on, the second half of the film is a huge disaster (in a good way), it has lots of effective jump-scares and bloody violence. The payoff was astonishing, it delivered so many good scares. This movie boasts one of the most eerie settings I've ever seen in a found-footage film.This second half was constant, it was a huge climax that never stops. The sound effects were awesome, but I have to admit that the special effects were a little bit crappy because of the budget. The CGI was awful. However, it doesn't matter because the film keeps the intensity all the time, scare after scare. The whole asylum is a scary maze. Some of the characters were annoying, but the whole situation was understandable. If I were in that situation, I would be as angry as them. As I said in the summary, this movie deserves some credit for its strengths. It has flaws, such as: lots of non-scary ghosts with big mouths, annoying characters, a few bad performances, dumb actions by the characters, and average special effects. But who cares? It's still creepy as hell. [B+]

Esai T (fr) wrote: Classic monster movie.

Lyubomir H (ag) wrote: Pretty good, even if little googling shows the story is fake.