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(213) 5.9 88 min 2019

The Portal is a movie starring Kitra Cahana, Ronnie Cahana, and James Doty. It follows six people (and a robot) who transform their lives using stillness and mindfulness, providing inspiration as we embark on the next phase of...

Heather Hennessy, James Doty, Ronnie Cahana, Kitra Cahana
Jacqui Fifer

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Jacqui Fifer
Writer Jacqui Fifer, Tom Cronin
Stars Heather Hennessy, James Doty, Ronnie Cahana, Kitra Cahana
Country Australia
Runtime 1H 28M
Description It follows six people (and a robot) who transform their lives using stillness and mindfulness, providing inspiration as we embark on the next phase of evolution.

Top reviews

Monday, 12 Oct 2020 06:17

I saw this film at the Toronto Film Festival and was amazed. The film is a tour de force in the documentary film form. It is a look at the world of the video game Portal from the perspective of its creators. It is also a look at some of the people who are involved with the game. The filmmakers are a mixture of The Sims creator Gabe Newell and the creators of the game Counter-Strike. The film is shot in a way that gives the viewer a feel of the quality of the game that the filmmakers are trying to portray. The actors are a good mix of real people who are invested in this story. The films greatest success is that it can be viewed in multiple ways. It is not like The Blue Marble which is the only documentary I have ever seen that can be viewed in multiple ways. The filmmakers use voice-over from Gabe Newell while his voice is heard from a camera in a portable audio recorder, which adds to the feel of the documentary. They also used a number of cameras on each of the players as well as the characters themselves. The camera work is very good. All the footage is clearly shot in a way that is the best for the content. The filmmakers are going to have a tough time trying to convince people that the quality of the footage can't be compared to that of the videos of players themselves, but they have their proof to back up their claim. The documentary also shows that the video game was not just an exercise in gaming, but that it had a profound impact on the lives of many of the people who were involved in it. The filmmakers made a number of claims that were not supported by the evidence they had. What they showed in this documentary were several anecdotes of people who came out of the game to their families, who had lost their jobs due to it, and of the players themselves. These testimonies give us an idea of how the game had an impact on them. For me, this documentary was a pleasure to watch. I felt I was part of the world that was depicted in the film. I felt as though I was watching the game unfold. I wanted to be part of the game and know how it affected the lives of the people who played it. I was not disappointed.
Thursday, 08 Oct 2020 01:52

I was very skeptical going into this film. I love science fiction and have been reading Richard Matheson's writings for years. His writing is dark, foreboding, and tense. The second that I heard this film was being released, I was definitely intrigued. And when I found out the plot, I couldn't wait for the film to come out. The movie was beautiful. I could feel the atmosphere of the film. And the emotional experience of the film was amazing. I was right at the edge of my seat from beginning to end. I was able to really feel the emotions of the characters. They were really living this story that the movie was telling. I'm not going to spoil anything, but the ending of this film surprised me a lot. There were so many questions that I had after the movie was over, and it just kept me thinking about the film for a long time afterwards. I don't want to give anything away, but I was very satisfied with this film. It was a very well made film and the storyline was so compelling. I loved the atmosphere of the film and it really brought me to a different place in my mind. I really believe this is a great movie, and I will definitely buy the film when it comes out on DVD. I'm going to be going out of town soon so I'll definitely be bringing this film with me. It is very rare to find a film that can truly touch you and make you feel something about it. This film was so much like that. It was a very emotional and powerful film that really had a strong impact on me. If you like science fiction, you will definitely enjoy this film.
Sunday, 20 Sep 2020 22:14

The man, the myth, the myth, the myth. The Portal is a one-of-a-kind story about an unusual aspect of the world that has been a major part of human history for thousands of years: we are born with these portals of energy, which allow us to enter into other dimensions and enter into an other world. This part of our human existence is called "being on the inside". It is essentially linked to the act of being human, of understanding our being as human beings, and therefore as unique entities. In the beginning of this movie, Eli(Eli Roth) describes his perception of the world as a gate, and it's importance. The gates allow the flow of the universe, the flow of life, and the flow of time. A human being comes from the door to another dimension, and the flow of time has a different flow than the flow of the universe. Eli then talks about his perceptions of the gates, which are actually maps of the events of the earth-bound universe, in a very universal way. This explains the "path" that every human being walks on. But if one travels on that path, one never gets lost. On the path of the portal, one is always guided back to the gate, in the same way the path of the earth in the film is always guided back to the gate. This is very special, because we are all different, and one can go on a path in one's lifetime, and in many cases, he/she might not even get to the gate, and will only be able to enter into a different dimension. The portals in the Portal are very important to all of us, because if we don't have them, we will be completely lost in this world. What I liked about this film is that it is very descriptive, and it shows us how important the portal is to our existence. But what it does, is gives us a clear picture of this portal and what it can do for us. The portal is the focal point for our existence. It allows us to enter into another dimension. The world around us is an empty void, and this void is the portal. Eli, who is the pioneer of the portal, explains this in the beginning of the film, explaining how it is in our DNA. One must get the portal in order to know the "path" to the universe. Eli is the pioneer of the portal, and he is going to get it in order to get into another dimension. The portal is important, and we are all responsible for the portal. I am not going to talk about the concept of the portal in this film, because it would take up too much space here. I would simply say that the portal is the focal point of our existence. The portal is the origin of our being, and it is the origin of our existence. The portal is what connects us all, and connects us all to each other. The portal is a path. The portal is the whole world. We enter into it, we are led into it, we get lost in it, and we find ourselves at the portal. It's like the portals of the universe. The portal is the portal, it's a gate that connects us all to each other, and connects us all to the portal. It's the beginning of our existence. We get lost in it, we are lost, we are lost in it. We are lost in the portal. In the beginning of the film, Eli is lost in the portal, he is lost. But the portal is the portal. Eli is the portal, and the portal is the gateway. This is something I can't explain in words. It's just the essence of this film, and I cannot explain it here. I only give my opinions in this review. This film is a must-see, because it is a great story about a portal, and a human's life in the world of being on the inside. I give the Portal a 9/10.
Sunday, 30 Aug 2020 14:26

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Portal, a nuclear-powered submarine, got the assignment to run a series of scientific and psychological tests on the public in order to see if, or how, they could be made more rational and less irrational in their attitudes towards the outside world. Some of the tests were successful and the design of the portal became public knowledge. The response was divided - most people did not want the portal and the nuclear technology to be used in a global war. These thoughts were expressed in the television series "What Would You Do?" which aired in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The concept of the portal was also debated by those who opposed the concept of the portal. People who opposed the portal wanted it to remain a secret, so they tried to prevent it from being built. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, a film was made about this topic: "The Atomic Bomb" which was directed by Stanley Kubrick and starred George C. Scott. Scott is an avowed anti-nuclear activist who became a popular television personality and film director. Scott died of cancer in 1976. A few years later, Stephen King wrote the book "I Am Legend" which discussed the morality of the nuclear project in the 1950s and early 1960s. King's novel was adapted into a 1980 film called "I Am Legend: Part II" which was directed by Richard Donner and starred Tom Cruise and Christopher Plummer. You can read about the differences between the two versions of "The Atomic Bomb" on this website.
Monday, 17 Aug 2020 02:33

I'll start by saying that I'm not a big fan of sci-fi. I've seen all the major sci-fi movies and enjoyed them, but I find that sci-fi films often seem to be poorly executed and written. The reason I'm not a big fan of sci-fi is because it often seems that sci-fi movies take place in a world that's completely different from ours, that it's very hard to relate to. I really can't stand watching a movie where a person is trying to understand the world, where there's no real explanation of why the characters are doing what they're doing, and I hate watching movies where the plot doesn't seem to make any sense. The Portal is a film that's a rare exception to the rule. The movie is an example of a movie that I could easily recommend to anybody. It's a movie that takes place in a world that's totally different than ours, but is still so compelling that it makes it all the more powerful and interesting. The movie begins with a young man named Michael (Thomas Middleditch) who is lost in the woods. After he gets lost, he encounters a mysterious portal that leads to an unknown world. The portal appears to be the only way to get to the portal, but the portal is so large that it can't be opened by conventional means. When Michael gets out of the portal, he finds himself in a strange world where he can only see things through the eyes of a woman named Elizabeth (Natalie Portman). Elizabeth tells Michael that she can't go through the portal because the portal is too powerful. However, the portal appears to be much bigger than anything that's ever been seen before, and Michael can only go through it if he puts a piece of his head inside of it. Michael goes through the portal and meets a group of people who are completely different from the people he knew in the past. This group includes a man named Eddie (Jeff Daniels), a man named Rex (Ben Barnes), a man named John (Samuel Jackson), a woman named Mary (Natalie Portman), and a man named Sebastian (Chiwetel Ejiofor). These people are the scientists who are trying to understand the portal. When they arrive at the portal, they discover that it's really a portal that leads to another world. The scientists are then forced to go through the portal and they get to learn more about the portal and its meaning. This is where the movie becomes really interesting. The movie is filled with interesting and thought-provoking questions. It's not an easy movie to watch, but it's definitely worth watching. The movie is also filled with some very interesting and thought-provoking questions. One of the most interesting questions that the movie asks is whether or not the portal is a natural phenomenon or if it was the

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