FIAT EMPIRE was one of the first films to come out on the Federal Reserve System providing a valuable primer on a complex subject. This 60-minute documentary explores why some feel the "Fed" is a "bunch of organized crooks" (as John Adams put it) and others feel some of its practices "are in violation of the U.S. Constitution." Discover why experts agree the Fed is a banking cartel that benefits mainly bankers, their clients in need of "easy money" and bailouts, and a Congress that would rather go deeper in debt than seek funding from its constituents. Long-term studies indicate the Federal Reserve System encourages war, destabilizes the economy (by causing boom and bust cycles), generates inflation (a hidden tax) and is the supreme instrument of unjust enrichment for a select group of insiders. If you are fed up with an ever-expanding state and corporations that are "too-big-to-fail," look no farther than the fiat currency printed by the Federal Reserve System.
A James Jaeger Film featuring RON PAUL, Congressman/Presidential Candidate; G. EDWARD GRIFFIN, Author/Producer; EDWIN VIEIRA... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: Heartbreaking, yet ultimately satisfying, this Doctor Who Docu-Drama gives us an affecting and enjoyable look at the lives of the ones who made this enduring show possible.
(br) wrote: Don't get me wrong. I went into this movie expecting an absolute piece of shit on a level not seen since 'the Wrecking Crew' or 'Crazy Six.' Nearly 90% of the reviews have made this out to be easily one of the worst films of 2008, but I have to say I enjoyed 'Left For Dead.' Is it a great or even decent film? Hell no. Would I rent it @ Blockbuster or pay more than a dollar to see it? No. What do you expect from a filmmaker like Albert Pyun, who shot this in 11 days from a script intended as a college student's thesis? But I thought I'd throw it on my qeue to see what was up. 'Left for Dead' is another stinker from the king of bad B movies, Albert Pyun. Pyun has done some off-the-chain movies, 'Nemesis,' 'Cyborg,' 'Omega Doom,' and 'Radioactive Dreams among them. He's also given moviephiles the most notorious clunkers in history: Snoop Dogg's 'Urban Menace,' 'The Wrecking Crew,' 'Captain America,' 'Bad Bizniz' and 'Max Havoc.' Ostensibly, this movie is a "gothic spaghetti western' shot in 11 days on location in Argentina with an entirely local cast and crew. The plot goes something like this: set in the 1890s, gunslinger Clementine Templeton (played by the impossibly gorgeous Victoria Maurette) is hot on the trail of her bounty/estranged-husband. She stumbles into a town run by women led by the sadistic "Lord Mary," who just happens to be the mother of a chick who Clementine's husband knocked up. She offers to help find him, and bring him to justice. Clementine's ex tries to find refuge in a little Mexican town called 'Amnesty.' Little does he know that the ghost of a dead preacher named Mobius inhabits the town, and lures the women to the town so he can exact revenge. Why? You ask? Well, it turns out "Lord Mary" went on a rampage with her prostitute friends 15 years previous, killing the preacher and his "whore" girlfriend. The preacher pledges allegiance to Lucifer in exchange for revenge and now he's got his chance.This movie was, for the most part, dull and pretentious. Pyun added a lot of trendy, 5 second slow mo camera tricks to his usual vapid arsenal of bad movie tricks, and it really detracted from the movie. Listening to the his commentary on the film, it's just flabbergasting to me how far this guy has his head up his own ass. You would've thought he made 'Dog Day Afternoon' here from the way he talks this crap pile up. The premise was interesting, but I think the budget limitations didn't present us a clear picture of what this could've been. When we remove all the fancy camera tricks- and Pyun's shameless self promotion in the commentary- the viewer is left with a clunky, badly lit attempt at a spaghetti western which has lots of unnecessary and gratuitous scenes of brutality against women. The undead preacher dispenses of his victims in very disturbing ways: in one scene, he extracts several teeth from one of the prostitutes. In another, he bashes a woman's face in several times with his fist. In the climatic scene, he uses a hook to do his dirty work. I guess Pyun was going for the 'Saw' factor here, but I didn't care for those movies to begin with. The special effects were cheap as hell, but if you took Pyun's word for it, they were on par with Steven Spielberg. The actors were all from Argentina, so they slip between Spanish and English a lot, with only Victoria Maurette keeping a consistent western accent throughout. Speaking of Victoria Maurette, she was amazing in this. Her performance wasn't really all that special, but she has an IT quality I liked- plus she walked around in her hat, patched up wedding dress, and had dirt on her face the entire time, like she hadn't bathed in weeks. Me likes. Apparently, she's only been in teeny bop Argentinian soap operas before this (and in Pyun's Bulletface), so let's hope we see her in something else soon. I liked this more than I expected to. I didn't get as bored as I thought I would, and didn't think this was nearly as bad as some of Pyun's other bullshit. 'Left for Dead' has it's problems, believe me, but Victoria Maurette was distractingly beautiful enough to keep it's bad points from being too unbearable. This is the type of movie Fangoria readers would give five stars to, but anyone looking for a decent movie night out would probably want to save their money on.
(it) wrote: i love history stories/movies
(nl) wrote: I watched this during my history class and while most kids were bored and not paying attention, I actually liked it and learned a lot from it. The movie is well casted with Kevin Costner playing JFKs assistant and portrays his role accordingly. The movie really does a good job giving a first hand look at what went on during the Cuban MIssile Crisis.
(kr) wrote: I don't see how it was that bad as people were making it out to be. I think if you come in with the expectation that it is just a popcorn action flick - something to do to kill some time on the weekend - it's fine. No better or worse than other weekend action flick. I like the production value. Lots of stuff to look at. I get though if you want something emotionally heavy like moonlight then I guess it isn't for you. Fun escape for about 2 hours.
(ca) wrote: Watching now, great old horror movie! Seen before, but still a classic.
(kr) wrote: With the ozone gone, a scientist develops a self-contained habitat in his home and embarks on 'accelerated evolution'. Meanwhile, his son has trouble adjusting to a new school. You could do a lot worse.
(us) wrote: Love the opening shots - wonderful misdirections that sets the tone of the film. It's funny, albeit rather insensitive to women and lesbians. Still, it's a French film that entertains but unsettles you just enough to make you think too.
(us) wrote: Wow I can't believe what I just watched. This movie is really bad. Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin are both miscast and the screenplay is ludicrous. The story is over long and the songs are uninspired. It is hard to believe people thought this would make a good movie.
(ru) wrote: Very good story believably told. It has suspense and tension, nicely formed characterizations and good direction. Fine cast, with Ray Milland particularly strong.
(nl) wrote: This Charming, Mildly Scary, Enthralling Brit Fantasy Horror Is A Piece Of Escapism That Works Excellently. all Based Round An 11 Year Old Girl, Who Becomes I'll After Drawing A House. She Then Escapes Into The World Of Her Drawings Which start Out Innocent & Soon Becomes Nightmares. An Excellent Piece Of Cinema Where Escapism Is The Main Focus And Its Used Very Effectively. A Nice Piece Of Cinema If Your Wanting Something Mild Mannerd With A Touch Of Terror.