An on-the-scene documentary following the events of September 11, 2001 from an insider's view, through the lens of two French filmmakers who simply set out to make a movie about a rookie NYC fireman and ended up filming the tragic event that changed our lives forever.
- Stars:Tony Benatatos, Jamal Braithwaite, Steve Buscemi, Joseph Casaliggi, Robert De Niro, James Hanlon, Gédéon Naudet, Jules Naudet, Joseph Pfeifer, Tom Spinard, Dennis Tardio,
- Country:USA, France
- Director:James Hanlon, Gédéon Naudet, Jules Naudet,
- Writer:Tom Forman, Greg Kandra
A real life documentary following the events of September 11 from an insider's view, through the lens of two French filmmakers who were in Manhattan that one day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
9/11 torrent reviews
(it) wrote: This movie was not worth any time or money. The acting was terrible and there was nothing but screaming and running from place to place.
(ca) wrote: With much bigger reveals and a faster pace, "The Dark Knight Returns: Part 2" is leaps and bounds better than the first part, which itself was a very good film. The Justice League has existed in the past, the Joker is on the rise for one last fight, and older Superman is there as a watchful protector, and will do anything to help, even if that something is taking on the Batman. This film explores the dark character he has become even more and the action is much more fearsome. I was hooked into every second of this finale. This is a two part event that I truly think is unmissable, even for casual fans.
(ru) wrote: An intimate, honest and uncompromising study of the need for love and the addictions to drugs, sex and intense emotion that may accompany -- and sabotage -- love's pursuit.
(mx) wrote: Reminded me of that Youtube video of the two Liberals trapped on the broken escalator and waiting for someone to come rescue them. Didn't think it was that good and the jerky photography made me queasy without really adding anything to the story. I'd give it a 3 on a 10 scale. In my opinion it was over rated and pretty much a waste of my time to watch it.
(kr) wrote: Viewers will be compelled at first by the fantastic animation and artwork, but Steamboy lacks any steam - it strives for a compelling story but ultimately feels bland, and the characters feel wooden and forced.
(ag) wrote: Modern fairy tale done with a small budget, ingenious camerawork, and an understated classical score. Lovely and strange.
(mx) wrote: enjoyed the idea. did not enjoy the time length.
(us) wrote: Wildly uneven in tone, Hannie Caulder goes from horrific rape sequence to goofy sexualized Raquel Welch bathing...but I gotta admit, that's part of the film's cheesy charm. Robert Culp rocks a wicked beard as the bounty hunter who schools Welch in the ways of shoot 'em up vengeance and Ernest Borgnine, Jack Elam, & Strother Martin are The Three Stoogeiest batch of comical violators you've ever encountered. Hannie Caulder does contain one very cool bandit showdown involving (again, beaded) Christopher Lee and a mysterious, unknowable stranger. But at the end of the day the collision of comedy & rape keeps Hannie Caulder from being anything more than an oddity. VF.
(ca) wrote: The portrait of a serial killer, played by Attenborough, and a man unjustly accused of his wife's murder, played by the great John Hurt. Good film.
(mx) wrote: Though it falls short of being a masterpiece, "Repulsion" is a hauntingly tense psychological thriller.
(mx) wrote: a very good film noir movie i enjoy these movies.