You Are God
One of the biggest Polish film premieres of 2012 and eagerly anticipated for over a decade, it is the story of the late 90s generation and the three friends behind the music: Magik, Focus and Rahim. The fact-based film directed by Leszek Dawid charts the relentless struggle for success of Paktofonika, against the backdrop of crumbling traditional values in dreary 90s Silesia. The contradictory ideals of hiphop - the rebellious, edgy lyrics against the ‘system’ juxtaposed with the money and fame sought by the artists - are superbly captured in this dark, unforgettable drama.
- Stars:Marcin Kowalczyk, Dawid Ogrodnik, Tomasz Schuchardt, Arkadiusz Jakubik, Marcin Dorocinski, Przemyslaw Bluszcz, Halina Bednarz, Magdalena Kacprzak, Elzbieta Karkoszka, Miroslaw Neinert, Piotr Nowak, Katarzyna Wajda, Malgorzata Zajaczkowska, Bartlomiej Blaszczynski, Jerzy Glybin,
- Director:Leszek Dawid,
- Writer:Maciej Pisuk
The process of creating Polish hip-hop group Paktofonika, its highs and lows and very last days of life of its frontman and co-founder Piotr (Magik) Luszcz. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
You Are God torrent reviews
(br) wrote: yo i seen dis movie n its one of da best movie i eva saw ya digg
(es) wrote: Nothing we haven't seen before. Were supposed to be scared of the wilderness because evil religious people run amass.
(kr) wrote: Good movie, a little cheesy though
(de) wrote: Confusing dialogue. Not much of a story. Great acting.
(mx) wrote: Linda boring at some spots, but really awesome, one of my favorite American movies of his
(fr) wrote: man o man, no other movie blew me away as much as this one, a true epic of enormous proprtions, teh first 20 mins of this movie are enuf to make it into an elite league where few other movies can ever dream of. Definitely not recommended for ones with a taste of the finer arts of movie making, this one is as crude as they come, only the most basic of human emotions are used to drag your attention to the story line. A simple movie with mind blowing dialogue in which god himself stands tall in the end
(br) wrote: I happen to love this movie, sure its not as high tech as today's movies but its funny, its a good Halloween movie if you aren't into slasher movies or the usual Halloween movies, its an ok movie for kids, and for its time it was near pioneering and CGI was still in its infancy, plus it has a surprise at the end
(jp) wrote: A great family film about a loveable sheepdog called Digsby who mistakenly eats some special growth potion and becomes the biggest dog in the world.Films like this are not made anymore, full of innocence and happiness and it would make sense that this film gets remade because seeing the huge Digby is pretty well done, even for an old film, and would be great in 3D for the kids. As it is this reminds me that 3D is ot the saviour for movies as sometimes the classics are simply better.
(jp) wrote: Opens on a reporter telling you pretty much the entire plot outline, then moves to a traditional narrative, pretty decent and inspired "The Untouchables" TV series, thanks TCM for that worthless bit of info.
(au) wrote: A damn masterpiece of the light and dark sides of humanity, Fargo is a film that grows on you every time you watch it. Gorgeously shot and wonderfully written, it has a point to make and every minute is spent proving it.
(br) wrote: With beautiful cinematography and a strong lead in Tommy Kirk, Old Yeller overcomes close relation of the classic tale.
(jp) wrote: This movie gets more ludicrous as it moves on. The plot starts with an interesting idea but then it slowly unravels. The twists in the film are very unsatisfying. There are some good actors in the cast but they are mostly wasted with the weak script.
(kr) wrote: Whilst the characters are caricatures and some the scenes are stupidly contrived, this movie is a riotous watch. Even when I laughed at the absurdity of this entire scenario, I never felt like I was laughing at it but with it. The entire 95 minutes are enveloped with such self-awareness that the hokey performances and clichs feel endearing and intentional. Couple the aforementioned point with incredible creature effects and some genuine tension and Tremors is a prime example of how to get the horror and comedy right in a film of this genre. Watch it
(br) wrote: It's a serial comedy. There's fun to be had, but not much else.