Bloqueo, la guerra contra Cuba
This documentary consists of interviews with various Cuban functionaries, scientists and artists, plus a few minutes of newsreel footage. The interviews are brisk and to the point and they add up to a coherent whole. There is perhaps not much new material, but the labyrinthine details of the embargo, still in place, deserve exposure. The US though the blockade would turn the people of Cuba against its own government. A bully's reasoning; it was of course wrong. Undeterred, and unable to learn, the US has since insisted again and again, the last two instances Iran and now Russia.
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Bloqueo, la guerra contra Cuba torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Although long, itthe film is captivating. He gives depth of time to many aspects of university life from provocative class discussion, protests, construction, telegraph ave, administration, those who keep the campus clean, etc. Appreciated every minute, indeed not one talking head...brilliant editing and will watch again when on PBS in January. Glad we went.
(es) wrote: Great comedy and endearing cast all around. Borders on the cheesy but is forgivable given the fun plot and good mix of characters.
(nl) wrote: Watching now. Sounds very interesting..
(gb) wrote: Michael Moore is a waste of cellulite.
(kr) wrote: Lance Henriksen = Want to see it.
(us) wrote: A complete mindfuck, even by Lynch's standards.
(au) wrote: 2%Gives new meaning to the term retarded.
(au) wrote: A great documentary of Seattle and the grunge music scene in the early 1990s. Interviews with local unknown Seattle bands, world famous grunge bands and record producers and engineers of the scene all come together in this documentary. It shows the side of the grunge scene that was not publicized and tells how the people involved felt about the scene before, during and after.
(kr) wrote: a minor classic with some great characters.
(au) wrote: This is my post.Lt. John Dunbar is stationed at an old, deserted outpost in the middle of the prairie. He quickly makes friends with a local wolf that garners respect from the Sioux Indian tribe. The Sioux's are constantly at war with the government, but Dunbar actually relates better to their way of life...which puts his position and lifestyle at risk."I don't know where you are.""Good."Kevin Costner, director of The Postman and Open Range, delivers Dances with Wolves in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture is very compelling and interesting. The settings were beautiful, as were the characters and script. The acting was excellent and the cast includes Kevin Costner, Mary McDonnell, Graham Greene, Rodney Grant, Maury Chaykin, and Robert Pastorelli."You are not welcome here."I found this on HBOGO and was excited to watch this again for the first time in a long time. I always thoroughly enjoyed this film and found it fun to watch again. Costner delivers his role perfectly in this movie and I loved how the Native Americans were presented. Overall, I believe this is a worthwhile picture that is worth your time."Put that in your book."Grade: A
(de) wrote: This movie was superb! The speech Peck made when he acts out MacArthur's legendary recovery of the Philipines was incredible! If you disagree...screw you.
(gb) wrote: Not among Anthony Mann's greatest works - i reserve that for his westerns with James Stewart - but this comes pretty close. Darker in tone, and more gritty than contemporary westerns of the time, its memorable if for nothing else for the spawling fight scene betwen Cooper and Jack Lord!
(br) wrote: I was pleasantly surprised with this movie. Your initial perception of the Okinawans is kind of a racist caricature, but that perception slowly changes through the movie and they soon become intelligent and wise. You also gain respect for Brando's acting skills as his Japanese accent is very good as are his mannerisms. I did not find his character to be racially despicable as some others have written. I would also add that I am Japanese-American. This movie is very progressive in its spirit and you actually wonder who conquered who in the end.
(ag) wrote: This passable family adventure would fit nicely during Disney?s post-Walt phase in the 70s and 80s, being a sweet and quiet little animated movie, with comforting and skillful artwork yet hindered by lackluster character and plot complexity. Will easily amuse parents and mesmerize their little ones.
(ag) wrote: Yes its trashy, filthy, and silly. Its easily the best B movie shlock ever made. The acting in this movie is so over the top, but fun to watch. Just like a train wreck like one critic said. It reminds me of the film noirs of the 40's. Blasphemy!
(de) wrote: Monsters university in really good, The only problem I have with it is that now it's very stale and repetitive but that's it, everything else is good, the story and writing is pretty good, the characters are iconic as always, the acting is really good, the music is also really good, and the animation is fantastic, it's a good movie and for a Pixar movie I think it's one of the best, so I like Monsters University a lot, but it's not as good as all the great and good Pixar movies, nor is it as good as the as the first monsters inc movie, but it is a really solid movie, if I'd have to give it a rating I would give it a 7, I like it better than Brave and cars 2, anyway that's it, it's a good movie
(ca) wrote: Ferula, ah, Ferula. I'm scared
(br) wrote: A good, funny movie, but is upsetting to see the old cast grown up and the old humor mostly gone.
(es) wrote: A poorly acted, terribly written, sluggishly paced Sci-fi/Action film.