Lists  Reviews  Images  Update feed
MoviesTV ShowsMusicBooksGamesDVDs/Blu-RayPeopleArt & DesignPlacesWeb TV & PodcastsToys & CollectiblesComic Book SeriesBeautyAnimals   View more categories »
Listal logo


Add RastaSheep as a friend

RastaSheep will be notified and will have to accept this friendship request, to view updates from RastaSheep and their ratings you must follow them.

Remove RastaSheep as a friend

Follow RastaSheep

Follow content (Lists, pictures, videos, reviews & votes)

Track ratings in these areas:
Movies Music
TV shows Books
DVDs Games

About me

:: my about page
:: my FaceBook account
:: my Twitter account
:: my LastFm account

Occupation: Student


About my collections

Movie collection

10/10 = My favourite films.
7-9/10 = Films I really enjoyed and I'd recommend others to watch.
4-6/10 = Average films which were in no way harmful. Enjoyable in some way or another.
1-3/10 = The lower you go, the shitter they are.

Music collection

There is only music that i love .. and it's all 10/10 because all music is great.
I mostly listening Reggae, Dub, DnB, DubStep .. but in effect i love all music ..

Book collection

I don't read books .. am lazy but i would like that i can read it.

Game collection

I don't play games .. i just don't have that much free time, and i think that games are just wasting a time .. but i love to play some games in LAN with friends


1 votes
Watched on TV (30 items)
Movie list by RastaSheep
Last updated 5 years, 12 months ago
1 votes
Favorite books (1 item)
Book list by RastaSheep
Last updated 6 years ago
1 votes
Movies that i have on HDD (432 items)
Movie list by RastaSheep
Last updated 6 years, 2 months ago
1 votes
Favorite Authors (1 item)
Person list by RastaSheep
Last updated 6 years, 11 months ago
1 votes
Movies that i dont want to watch (7 items)
Movie list by RastaSheep
Last updated 7 years, 4 months ago

Recent reviews

Holding on to Jah review

Posted : 7 years, 6 months ago on 3 January 2011 05:03 (A review of Holding on to Jah)

“Holding On To Jah - The genesis of a Revolution” is a documentary film about the history and culture of roots Reggae music and the Rastafarian movement in Jamaica. It brings into focus the critical roles played by Marcus Garvey, and the 225th Emperor of Ethiopia, His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie.

The film was directed by Roger Landon Hall and produced by Harrison Stafford, singer of the San Fancisco reggae band Groundation. According to the American director Jonathan Demmes : "Holding on to Jah is so very beautiful. The film comes forth with tremendous confidence, respect, trust, love, and commitment to truth and transcendent spirituality. Cinematically, I am all thumbs up! Every creative aspect shines in full effect. There are editorial passages and hallucinatory stylistic techniques that I have never seen before. I watched it, fell in love with it, and delighted to a second viewing."

The documentary features interviews with several veterans like Prince Alla, Bernard Collins, Pablo Moses, The Congos, Joseph Hill, U-Roy, Apple Gabriel, Winston McAnuff, Ijahman Levi, Ras Michael or Sugar Minott.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

Natasa review

Posted : 8 years ago on 10 July 2010 01:31 (A review of Natasa)

Natasha is young Serbian girl, daughter of honest policeman killed by mafia, which reaches to the highest levels of Milosevic regime. Natasha is full of rage, determined to pursuit her own justice (be aware - this is not some cliché - her way is vary unique and claver). She is tied with various characters, confused in confusing times - dawn of Milosevic falling from power.

Honest and clever story. With a little bit of politics, romance, drama and thriller. Great cast - Tijana Kondic as Natasa (her first movie!) and vary convincing Nikola Djuricko as Marko and Neda Arneric, as Natasha's mother. Even Dragan Bjelogrlic as Aca (corrupted chief of police) is not bad as usual;). And, of course, Zoran Cvijanovic as Milutin - master of short roles again on film! He is truly one of the best European actors.

And one big minus for the film - pathetic ending. So usual for Ljubisa Samardzic (director). Yet another solid film, as Skyhook, shadowed with those unnecessary endings.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

Sheitan's Warrior review

Posted : 8 years ago on 6 July 2010 05:07 (A review of Sheitan's Warrior)

The troubles usually begin when powerful things end up in wrong hands. That is how the Book that conceals ancient evil ended up with... Stanislav

That would not be a problem if the above mentioned Stanko was a good kid who helps old ladies across the street, not a bloodthirsty nerd-freak who wants to retaliate to his classmates. But the evil cannot be controlled...

The disaster could have perhaps been prevented if Batman and Superman covered the area of Belgrade; alas, the duty of saving the world fell on Cane, Tica, and Mirko – Stanko’s classmates with a full load of puberty problems in their pockets. The three of them will have to push through the jungle of bodybuilders from their class, half-mad professors, horny taxi drivers, alternative theaters and hungry vampires from heavy-metal clubs, just to face the demonic horror that lurks for centuries from the dark of ancient Serbia, and which not even the greatest heroes from the past could not restrain.

Which side would win, nobody knows – but one is certain: some students will never get to go to their Prom...

0 comments, Reply to this entry

Made in Jamaica review

Posted : 8 years ago on 6 July 2010 01:21 (A review of Made in Jamaica)

A documentary about the Jamaican music scene, made in 2006, that is unselfconsciously celebratory about a culture teeming with energy and semi-absorbed influences. It is not just a matter of reggae being the country's "classical" phase, and dancehall being the more energetic sound. Jamaican music is ingesting rap and R&B to create something less stereotypical. A lively documentary, although it passes lightly over the ugly side of dancehall, and its boorish attitudes to gay men.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

Nebeska udica review

Posted : 8 years, 1 month ago on 20 June 2010 09:26 (A review of Nebeska udica)

The film tells the story of some folks in Serbia having to deal with the consequences of the war. Most of them don't have to go to the army (yet), but have to live between ruins with bombs falling nearly every day. Although the motto is surviving these days, they try to live a life as normal as possible to be up against the ugly face of war - each one on his own as it seems. One day someone has the idea to build up a basket for playing basketball. Although his idea is perceived as being fool in such times, soon all the youngsters and the older folks - parents and others watching the things going on in the streets - as well as a concurrent street gang are being attracted by the idea.

0 comments, Reply to this entry


Favorite - View all
My movies page

Rated 406 movies


Favorite - View all
My tv page

Rated 13 tv


Favorite - View all
My music page

Rated 2 music


Favorite - View all
My books page

Rated 8 books
Favorite Authors


Insert image

drop image here
(or click)
or enter URL:
 link image?  square?

Insert video

Format block