9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out
Persuasive viewpoints of over 1,700 architects and engineers who believe the unsettling theory that scientific forensic evidence points to explosive controlled demolition of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on September 11, 2001.
- Stars:Steve Barash, Mark Basile, Steven Dusterwald, Jeffrey Farrer, Richard Gage, David Ray Griffin, Niels Harrit, Robert Hopper, Lynn Margulis, Robert E. McCoy, Kamal Obeid, Frances Shure, Tom Sullivan, Leslie Young,
- Director:Richard Gage,
- Writer:Richard Gage
Persuasive viewpoints of over 1,700 architects and engineers who believe the unsettling theory that scientific forensic evidence points to explosive controlled demolition of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on September 11, 2001. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Not the most developed and engaging plot, but good enough with a satisfactory progression and finish. More than just watchable.
(fr) wrote: Mistaken For Strangers is a perfect example of how crucial movie editing is. Great movie!
(br) wrote: Hard to rate a triptych like this when the elements are of such disparate strengths and weaknesses. I'd have rated it much higher, as the production quality and depth of imagination is often wonderful, unrelenting and courageous for alternative horror, but for the truly revolting misogyny of the final 10 minutes. In this tale, that begins by ducking into dark, complex psychological crawlspaces, I'd hoped there would be a twist that would reveal the ending to be anything other than the glorification of rape, but no dice. That the segment is called "Bitch" begs some irony. The ball is, alas, dropped.There's so much juicy filmmaking among all three stories, that it kills me not to celebrate this rare, ballsy foray into the darker corners of horror, and I'm not inclined toward a mewling political-correctness, but I do wish someone had taken the tale to the heights to which it was headed. What a waste!In reading other reviews, I see I'm in the minority in considering the high point to be the central story, "Mutant Tool", plumbing the dankest, nazi-semen-stained regions of unholy nightmare images to explore almost Freudian sketches of power, addiction, and greed. There are well-earned shadows of Cronenberg here, as it reaches into the darkness we hope for from alt-horror, with chilling pay off.Going in reverse, I know... I had to google the production dates for the first story compared to that of V/H/S to see that this one came (slightly) earlier. The first segment in V/H/S is actually far superior, but it'd be hard to imagine the writer didn't see this film first. Still, this one is a competent (though obvious) comment on class structure. You only need to look as far as 'Mutant Tool" to see how ambitious a filmmaker can be even within the constraints of the short form, and you'd wish this story had also tried harder, but there are some great moments nonetheless.I admit that in writing this, I've shifted from 1 to 4 stars and nearly back again. It's rare to have so many strengths be so tragically marred by the few big weaknesses. Make of that what you will.
(ca) wrote: Every Christian who uses the Bible as a shield needs to see this movie. Seriously.
(ru) wrote: Overly slow except at the beginning and end is its most annoying flaw.
(es) wrote: This movie reminded me of the sitmon Sister, Sister, except with witches. Except this film isn't very funny. There is no charm, the acting is bland, the characters are forgetable, and it's a plot that has been done over and over again many other times and much better. 3.2/10
(mx) wrote: Awesomely funny movie! Love the plot. The sub-plot is hilarious. Very well put together movie. Definitely recommended. =)
(de) wrote: i like Natalie Portman and this is the last time she was in a good movie. Most blame for bad movies goes to directors and producers. I wish she had better movie choices.
(kr) wrote: Pursued Starring: Christian Slater, Gil Bellows, Estella Warren Director: Kristoffer Tabori In Pursued never-say-die corporate headhunter Vincent Palmer (Christian Slater) sets his sights on Ben Keats (Gil Bellows) to recruit him away from a small hi-tech firm about to revolutionize the security industry to take the helm of a failing computer company. Vincent has yet to fail to recruit a mark yet, and that is because he is a complete psycho that uses everything from blackmail to murder in order to force his targets to sign on the dotted line. Soon, Vincent is threatening everything and everyone around Ben, including his naive wife (Estella Warren) and little daughter. The movie starts out promising, but it quickly becomes a boring morass of characters doing dumb things because the plot requires it, seemingly intelligent characters not using resources and options at their disposal, and just bad script writing. Once Ben catches onto what Vincent is up to, he SHOULD have been able to turn the tables on him, or even get the police involved, but he doesn't, because the movie would have been an hour long... or we might even have gotten an intelligent and satisfying spin on the hunted becoming the hunter instead of a lame, made-for-TV fight scene at the end. Christian Slater does a good job as the psycho headhunter, but every other part in thefilm is both weak in the dialogue and performances. (And what the heck is up with Estella Warren's lips?! I've heard of the 'bee-stung look,' but there's gotta be something physically wrong with someone with lips THAT puffy and swollen!) So, unless you're a huge fan of late-nite cable fare, avoid Pursued. Even then, you'd probably be better off just watching the Hallmark Channel's Mystery Movie.
(fr) wrote: I've always enjoyed these 'Road to...' movies... hilarious and great creative lines. :-)
(ca) wrote: A carefully paced and cynical noir that does all the weaving and double scheming you'd expect of the genre whilst maintaining a much more modern feel then the traditional fair. I was left feeling a little burned by the confusing non-ending.
(us) wrote: If it were done nowadays, it would have received a way better rating. The serious tone was too new for audiences back then.
(ru) wrote: Sorry it made me laugh,maybe I am easily pleased
(ca) wrote: This Movie makes me want to say never 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000+ in a row because JB has no talent.
(mx) wrote: Paper Moon is a fine road trip movie with assured direction from Peter Bogdanovich and easy chemistry between its leads.