A young priest is ordered to preside over the wake of a witch in the church of a remote village. This means spending three nights alone with the corpse with only his faith to protect him.

A young priest is ordered to preside over the wake of witch in a small old wooden church of a remote village. This means spending three nights alone with the corpse with only his faith to protect him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Toni S (es) wrote: Well made documentary about a very relevant topic, which often receives less than useful coverage from the mainstream media.

jack d (kr) wrote: this movie is awesome

Ryan W (es) wrote: It isn't the best horror film but it does provide a few scares and is interesting unlike Renny Harlin's version which is bloody and just plain stupid

Adam F (ru) wrote: "Juwanna Mann" does its best, but the premise has been done to death and that makes the movie predictable. From the beginning of the movie you'll be able to pretty accurately predict what's going to happen and most of the jokes. There's going to be a shower scene where *gasp* "Jamal" will hardly be able to keep his composure when the female players get naked, he'll develop feelings for his rival team member but because of the deception he won't be able to tell her anything and when he inevitably does, there's going to be a big dramatic falling out, he'll be uncomfortable getting hit on by sleazy men and maybe, just maybe he'll learn the true spirit of playing basketball by getting in touch with his feminine side. Sure, there are some laughs here and there but the characters are flat (there is one character that turns out to be an adulterer, but not only does the film give them no character development so we don't really care, but this revelation comes out of nowhere just to solve a lame romantic subplot), the jokes are juvenile (flying fake boobs being a prime example) and it's not even so bad that it becomes fun to tear apart. If the film had gone crazier or just had the guts to try something way out there or be more non-sensical it could have been a stand out in the genre but it's just another mediocre entry that has its moments and a couple of laughs. It's just a mediocre cross dressing movie with a few moments but nothing new to offer and that doesn't really make it worth your time. (VHS, December 28, 2012)

James O (ru) wrote: Thought this was excellent and makes me wonder what the point is in Pearl Harbour film. Well shot and if not tense at least it was interesting, I really enjoyed this even if some of the axting was slightly stilted.

Matt B (fr) wrote: Slow but gripping, A Most Wanted Man is a well-acted (especially from the late Philip Seymour Hoffman) and stylish espionage thriller. Not incredible, but certainly watchable.

Jaime L (nl) wrote: Another solid film that kept me entertained throughout even if it may have felt more like a typical action film sometimes than a Bond flick. Still, these two Dalton films are miles ahead of some of the previous Roger Moore outings. I quite like the darker tone as well, prelude to what will come later when Daniel Craig takes over.

Ray B (mx) wrote: Minor spoiler, not that it matters. This movie is an entertaining yet brutal spectacle that will have you eating vegetables and avoiding all pork products for a while. Sadly however, the cinematic value greatly depreciates when the group drugs the entire cannibal village with less than half a gram of weed. They shove a small baggy of weed down their dead friends neck in hopes of "spiking" the tribes entre. At this point the movie resembles a Broken Lizard production but falls short there as well. One star for quality makeup and gore fx. Otherwise it bites.