Wheel of Time
Wheel of Time is Werner Herzog's photographed look at the largest Buddhist ritual in Bodh Gaya, India.
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Ruslan M (ru) wrote: A brave, emotionally layered and deeply touching melodrama elevated by an outstanding performance by Bening, Mother and Child defies clich with its hopeful sincerity and intricate structure while challenging traditional conventions and social norms with its realistic depiction of a complex, delicate, and profoundly inspiring subject matter.
General G (br) wrote: It makes up for ok mystery and suspense but wasnt that scary. At least I wasnt entirely lost either with the mysterious plot. Nice that it had a few freaky and strange images but that ending was not pleasing at all.
Sarani P (gb) wrote: Mix 'o' Everything! sad, happy, funny, ETC
Jeff B (ru) wrote: Beautiful cinematography and scoring are just the icing on the cake in this underrated film. The second film this week I watched where someone tried unsuccessfully to drown themselves.
Kevin Q (ca) wrote: I don't remember enough to say or give a higher rating
Tyrone H (br) wrote: Just awful. Kept expecting a gang of thugs to turn up an try to take over the town and for Swayze to jump into action and batter them into submission. Would have been a better film if it had!
Dann M (gb) wrote: Getting back to its roots, Police Academy 3: Back In Training moves the series in the right director but it comes up a bit short on laughs. When budget cuts force the state to close down one of its police academies, Commandant Lassard rounds up his best graduates to help him train his last class and to try to convince the state board to keep his academy open. Most of the cast from the last film return, but their performances are rather mediocre. The writing is also pretty weak, but the academy setting helps to make the screwball comedy work. Police Academy 3: Back In Training finds a fun and exciting way to continue the series, but the jokes are getting stale and are wearing thin.
Muffin M (ag) wrote: I own this on DVD in a two movie pack along with:* Assassination (1987)
doris c (au) wrote: very good ................
Paul D (ca) wrote: Standard Tarzan movie which curiously is made for television. It's this oddity in the otherwise film franchise which probably gives it its most interesting feature.
Jen H (ru) wrote: This title really does not sound right
Jason B (es) wrote: I am very pleased to finally be able to watch The Orphic Trilogy. Director Jean Cocteau is an artist on every level, novelist, poet, and painter as well as filmmaker and this shows clearly throughout these three films. The Blood of a Poet is the most arthouse of the three and shows Cocteau flexing all of his artistic muscles to learn what he can of the art. It doesn't leave you with much aside of a moving painting of his impressions of the Orpheus mythology.
alie s (gb) wrote: It look like its good
Ross L (us) wrote: It has Martin Lawrence so it should have been horrible, but I was entertained. Damn. 2009 Movies: 26
Julia T (ru) wrote: Extremely dark and just plain sad at parts but I just couldn't look away. Great film.
Mohammed A (mx) wrote: It's good movie to watch