When young girls start to go missing within a religious cult, older followers fear a long-told prophecy while the younger members suspect abusive elders are killing them off. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Where the Devil Hides
When young girls start to go missing within a religious cult, older followers fear a long-told prophecy while the younger members suspect abusive elders are killing them off.
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Rory P (gb) wrote: Nearly 3 and a half stars.
Nicki T (ag) wrote: Loveeee this movie...so funny
Edward S (us) wrote: good film.. a bit slow
Luke M (gb) wrote: Dominated by a supremely charismatic and wickedly funny performance by Jean Dujardin, Lost in Rio provides endless laughs that continue to push the boundaries.
Nausheen K (us) wrote: Not less then any other Hollywood made Walt Disney Movie. Very cute family entertainment which parents would also enjoy with their kidz. Saif Ali Khan was a perfect choice to dubb romeo's voice.
Charlie L (es) wrote: A refreshingly intelligent actioner.
Henri S (it) wrote: Great, moving portrait iog finding love and answers to what the fudge life is all about. America Ferrera is superb as Blanca. Anyone can watch this movie and appreciate the simplicity but oih so complex interior. Fabulous film. Nicely done.
Sara H (ag) wrote: Really interesting and entertaining, especially if you love jazz and Woody Allen. Neat to see what he's like in real life...
Jessica H (fr) wrote: Meg Ryan makes it a little more interested than it is with her co star.
Diego R (ag) wrote: A beautiful poignant film with hardcore lovemaking scenes Marlee Matlin's deaf herself seems to speak to the audience as shy reluctant Sarah who fears the world of sound because of the cruelties is something as humans can relate to watch it's gorgeous and it's beautiful retro music and cinematography makes this film stellar
Eric H (kr) wrote: The plot itself is as convoluted and confusing as a lot of the Japanse Yazuka/martial arts films are, and near to the end I'd forgotten who half the characters were and what their purpose was. But with action scenes this good, I couldn't have cared less. The first film in the US to receive an 'X' rating solely for its violence, The Streetfighter revels in its over-the-top blood letting, and is all the better for it. Mouthfuls of teeth are knocked out, a skull is shattered in X-ray vision, and the aforementioned castration scene has Chiba gleefully holding the prize possession in the air once it's been removed. Big, stupid, and very gory fun.
Doris T (ru) wrote: Loved this movies !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Joel K (es) wrote: A plot a 4th grader could think up, but the music and roller discoing are pretty cool at times. Parts of the film are absolutely hillarious, but in a laughing at not with someone kind of a way. Fans of bad movies will probably enjoy this.
Jeff A (us) wrote: Franco Nero returns as Keoma, in what is the best of the late spaghetti westerns. Unlike the hundreds of Italian westerns before it, Keoma is much more atmospheric and is laced with gothic tones with obvious inspiration from The Seventh Seal. Like Bergman's masterpiece, Keoma opens with the hero conversing with Death after arriving in a plague stricken town. He then frees a pregnant woman and acts as her protector up until the birth of her child. The cycle of death and new life is a constant theme that runs throughout Keoma. The director, Enzo Castellari, was trying to do something meaningful and poetic in a genera on its last leg.Not only does Keoma have substance, but also style. It's visually superior to most every Italian western. Castellari did something uncharacteristic of himself in the making of Keoma, he put special attention to the craft of filmmaking. All of his other films look poorly produced and sloppy. Here, the cinematography is of Leone quality, but full of atmosphere. The slow motion gun battles are gorgeous enough to impress Peckinpah. The only thing that doesn't work with Keoma is the soundtrack. The suck factor goes up when that chick's voice kicks in. The life and death symbolism and gothic style make Keoma a great film for repeat viewings. The more you watch, the more you pick up. If I ever made a western, it would look and feel like Keoma.
Tanner B (us) wrote: The Wrestler (2008) ????Mickey Rourke gives the performance of his career playing a wrestler at the end of his rope; his distant daughter provides the only hope he has for success.Audacious, visceral, and completely engrossing. Rourke is so good and so compelling here it's as if this one role is why he ever started worked in acting. Note: this is not sentimental-but extremely entertaining. Tomei is great, too.
Mark D (fr) wrote: I found this enjoyable enough. Very very 60s which i found very compelling. Stamps Cock(er)ney accent is AWFUL though. But the whole film is over the top but fun.
Aj V (mx) wrote: One of the most interesting sci-fi movies of the fifties, I highly recommend checking it out.
Josh L (it) wrote: I believe that people will study this in film school years from now. Innovative on many levels, very funny (if you have a sick sense of humor), and never slows down.
bill s (ru) wrote: Squarely in the middle of Wahlberg's body of work,not really that bad but not really that good.
bill s (fr) wrote: Wanted to be a lot more than it was.....a silly mess.