Dirty Wars

Dirty Wars

Investigative journalist, Jeremy Scahill is pulled into an unexpected journey as he chases down the hidden truth behind America's expanding covert wars, and examines how the US government has responded to international terrorist threats in ways that seem to go against the established laws of the land.

Dirty Wars is an American documentary film which follows Jeremy Scahill, an investigative journalist and novel author traveling to Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and beyond. Through his journey, Jeremy seeks out the truth about the powerful Joint Special Operations Command. Jeremy is then forced to enter the world of secretive covert operations and conducted by the army of no existence on paper. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Peter A (nl) wrote: Ong Bak and Ong Bak 2 were made so we can watch Tony Jaa kick serious ass up and down Thailand. And that was cool. It's only natural to expect a movie titled Ong Bak 3 to continue the tradition. Instead we get to watch Jaa get tortured, and dance and Buddha his way back into health, complete with training montage, before a big ol' fight scene in the final 20 minutes or so. Without the wall-to-wall action, this suddenly bears the burden of being a real movie, which Ong Bak 3 cannot sustain based on what came before. This shouldn't have been the vehicle for a sobering reflection on the principles of Buddhism.

Bruce W (ru) wrote: A really nice little movie about the changes, positive as well as negative, that WW2 made in people's lives. Victoria Wood is perfect as the diary-writing wife and mother who grows in confidence as she begins to see the big picture.

Nicolas K (de) wrote: Everyone in this movie is an idiot.

Mirkku S (it) wrote: Great music and beautiful animation! Truly underappreciated film.

Acacia (ca) wrote: A bit complex, and sad. But really if you want to watch something to make you think and feel this is it!

Gordo d (de) wrote: Psycho girl stalks High School swimmer. The suspense is very thin and we already know who did it and how it's going to end.

Simone T (us) wrote: Lolo it is me Destiny.....gotta be the most bizarre litlle number this flick but that line saves it somewhat

Kenneth S (kr) wrote: Before she made her magnum opus, JEANNE DIELMAN, 23, QUAI DU COMMERCE, 1080 BRUXELLES, Chantal Anne Akerman wrote, directed, and starred in this little film about a young woman, unsettled with her place in life. The film is divided into three segments. In the first segment, Julie is alone in her small apartment, writing a letter. In the second segment, she hitchhikes with a truck driver, performs a sexual favor for him, and listens to him pour out his soul. In the third segment, she makes love with her girlfriend. A definite work of art, JE, TU, IL, ELLE is a fantastic film, due largley to Chantal Akerman's fantastic direction and understanding of the female psyche.

Carol Jean (it) wrote: Burt Reynolds and Jerry Reed should have made a lot more movies like this! They pair up great in a movie. They play old friends, and enemies at the same time! Love the music too.

Tim R (nl) wrote: The ultimate Kevin Costner film!

Jenny O (kr) wrote: different, gr8 scenery, its a movie that u will remember for the wrong reasons, its not brilliant or funny and the ending is just that.... nothing.

SV G (ag) wrote: Though Lancaster's performance is a fine one, the role he plays of two time murderer & prisoner Robert Stroudt is undoubtedly sentimentalized emotionally, though most of the facts themselves of his 53 years behind bars are accurate. Both a murderer and debatedely a genius, His care for birds while in prison, and his research and discovery for treatments for their diseases made him famous.