For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots
This High Definition, PBS miniseries uses letters, diaries, speeches, journalistic accounts, historical text and military records to document and acknowledge the sacrifices and accomplishments of African-American service men and women since the earliest days of the republic.
- Stars:Halle Berry, Avery Brooks, Colin Powell, John Amos, Angela Bassett, Tom Berenger, Roscoe Lee Browne, LeVar Burton, Anthony Chisholm, Chris Cooper, Barry Corbin, Bill Cosby, Walter Cronkite, Robert Culp, Antonio Daniels,
- Director:Frank Martin,
- Writer:Frank Martin, Jeff Stetson
A two-part, four-hour documentary series honoring African-American servicemen and women. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Bad non-life threatening leg injury Guy not dealing with that or with not being in charge all the time too well. Bit too lax / scary with his gun too at home ( though obviously well trained on gun safety too ).Real nice film quality visually, beautiful shots. Good to see the communication going on between the locals and the U.S. Army. Trying to help people stuck in the middle.
(de) wrote: Could have been good if there wasn't a lame song song playing throughout the entire movie. Feels as though half the budget went on the Soundtrack alone.
(nl) wrote: A not that bad vampire movie , the kids were alright to follow ...but not realy horror for me !
(au) wrote: I'd like to read this book, because I get the feeling it's probably much better than the movie was. This could have been great, but it was so disjointed and there were so many holes in the plot that it fell short. The acting was also sub-par. Too bad, because it had a lot of potential.
(jp) wrote: I dont know why but this movie hit me good! The first 5-10 min I was rolling my eyes at the Disneyfication of it. Corny inspirational themes with predictable everything. By the end I was all on board and loving every second of it! I HATED a lot of the other Disney Sports movies, like Remember the Titans to be exact. Is this corny, yes, is it an eye roller sometimes, yes. Good though.
(fr) wrote: great documentary. I saw parts of it for my Italian Cinema class in 2006
(kr) wrote: Interesting and unique Tomie is a very different take on the traditional Japanese Vengeful female. The acting is terrific and the characters stories are really what is at the heart of this very different horror.
(gb) wrote: I've had this movie on my collection for couple of years and now that I've seen it, I regret not watching it earlier. It was a very nice example of why the British comedy is the best comedy.
(gb) wrote: [color=#333333][font='Times New Roman'][color=black][size=4]2006 US Director: Jeff Thomas[/size][/color][/font][/color][color=#333333][font='Times New Roman'][color=black][size=4]Score: 7[/size][/color][/font][/color][color=#333333][font='Times New Roman'][color=black][size=4] I admit that after reading the synopsis for this film I had it written off as a standard gore fest, borderline exploitation job. I did. So, it came as a surprise to me when I watched it and found an interesting plot that takes a few turns as it winds ominously towards its conclusion. There is plenty of materiel for you gore hounds and there is also a good solid story with some freaky atmosphere. The effects that bring the demons to life and portray their brutal killings are good. The other thing I enjoyed was the great cast. Michael Dorn and Bill Mosely are great. I actually chuckled when Ruth Buzzi made an appearance and then I sat amazed as she really did some fantastic acting in her scene as a psychic medium. The music was pretty neutral, nothing special about the soundtrack. This is one horror fans should check out, at least one time.[/size][/color][/font][/color][color=#333333][font='Times New Roman'][size=4][color=black] [/color][/size][/font][/color][color=#333333][font='Times New Roman'][size=4][color=black]Notes: XV-HL Suggested Age: 16+[/color][/size][/font][/color]
(gb) wrote: An Instant Classic. The first major motion picture that dealt with the AIDS epidemic. Campbell Scott, Dermot Mulroney and of course Bruce Davidson whom was nominated for best supporting actor from this film. I fell in love with Mary Louise Parker when I saw this film. This film will make you cry if you have any human emotion, so keep the tissues close.
(fr) wrote: It's Peter Weller vs a Rat in what's basically an urban Moby Dick.