2016: Obama's America takes audiences on a gripping visual journey into the heart of the worlds most powerful office to reveal the struggle of whether one man's past will redefine America over the next four years. The film examines the question, "If Obama wins a second term, where will we be in 2016?" Across the globe and in America, people in 2008 hungered for a leader who would unite and lift us from economic turmoil and war. True to Americas ideals, they invested their hope in a new kind of president, Barack Obama. What they didn't know is that Obama is a man with a past, and in powerful ways that past defines him--who he is, how he thinks, and where he intends to take America and the world. Immersed in exotic locales across four continents, best selling author Dinesh DSouza races against time to find answers to Obama's past and reveal where America will be in 2016.
Jim F (br) wrote: Grim and gritty as i expected. Didn't enjoy the Ralph Fiennes character. Thought he was a bit too cliche. Especially the newspaper breakfast scene seemed corny to me. The character that i really was most interested in was Bruce, and his relationship with his father. Enjoyable enough
Ronan O (ag) wrote: One of the greatest documentaries ever made. If you LOVE the Beatles, then definitely check it out!
Jessica S (mx) wrote: oh, what a ridiculous movie. the acting and fight scenes were mediocre, and the three main girls were too skinny. it sort of ripped off charlie's angels, but was still entertaining.
Galvy F (ag) wrote: It's Something More.Same kind of boxing, same opponent, even without Mickey 's guidance, Apollo ' s guidance, Adrian ' s guidance it's still the same Rocky, just a bit aged. Far beyond the successes, victories, and intensity that is aged.It's Something Gone. Veteran's Reunion.
Lyn B (au) wrote: i thought t was good movie
Eduardo B (mx) wrote: A surprising film with lots of laughs and heart-warming moments. Danny is a dreamer, living a dull life. In search of excitement, he accidentally floats away, finding excitement and much more. If fun is something missing in your life, you'll have fun watching this one and be inspired to find more.
James H (it) wrote: I'm trying to watch this movie and its so so freaking boring. The only reason I'm watching it all the way through is due to having a Hellraiser marathon.
Jason M (ca) wrote: A total misfire with a terrific early Sam Rockwell performance.
James S (au) wrote: Very long and pretty boring overall. Had some good scenes though
Ally C (kr) wrote: Port of Call is one of Bergman's first films to introduce techniques for which he would become renowned for in his later career. Although he had dealt with some of the themes in the film previously, in Port of Call, he deals with them in a much more adult way. Adult in the sense of the less-dramatic and also in a more revealingly sexual way. The themes of the film matter; suicide, depression, promiscuity, abuse and freedom and all are acted out with dignity and convincing realism. The two lead characters in the film, Berit (played by Nine-Christine Jonsson) and Gosta (Bengt Eklund), portray a relationship that has to adapt to the changing times and attitudes of what is acceptable at the time. Berit has grown up under extreme conditions with a hateful mother and abusive father and she brings these things to bear with her teenage lovers (controversial at the time) and finally, her relationship with Gosta. He has led a relatively sheltered life and must decide whether to accept these things in the woman he loves or cast her aside like so many before him. To say the film sits easily in Bergman's canon is a compliment to an artist who was still finding his voice but Port of Call marks the time when that voice was becoming more relevant and humanised and paves the way for his more melancholy ballads on life in the 50's and beyond.
David S (mx) wrote: One of my favourite comedy movies of all time. So many laugh out loud moments!
Paul S (us) wrote: if it dent mater to the parents so much it wood be a 1 rading
Rodney E (nl) wrote: Eric Roberts is a total stooge in this. This is one where I have heard many people cite this as a favorite and subsequently one that I don't feel the same about but don't think that it sucks..
Charles Austin M (nl) wrote: Typical of Disney, "Age of Ultron" is a cluttered mess full of over-the-top violence and meaningless banter, a maniacal exercise in cramming as many CGI effects into two-and-a-half hours as is humanly possible. To make matters worse, this film takes itself WAY too seriously.
Ed Fucking H (mx) wrote: Surprisingly a really, really entertaining satanic/witchcraft/zombie/horror/comedy. I usually don't like humour with my horror but I do make exceptions when the results are this fun. Recommended for fans of Evil Dead or Return of the Living Dead fer sure.