A vengeful drug-dealer/gangster targets and terrorizes an entire police unit and their families.
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Charlie M (us) wrote: The narrative of this documentary is told through video footage of meetings and protests from 1987 to 1995. Throughout the human side of the epidemic shown as the members of ACT UP slowly fade into a gaunt death. The US government had all but refused to increase funding, and so these condemned men became makeshift scientists and drug-smugglers in an effort to survive. While the science of this movie went a little over my head, what resonates is their effort to not be ignored while another life is lost every 4 minutes. The fight for human dignity is overwhelming. As is the power of strong-willed group activism which can help push an ignored issue to the forefront and saved millions of lives.While it's obviously not the most sunny documentary there is an uplifting power in seeing people fight for survival. It also gives the viewer a chance to reflect on the modern struggle of LGBT and medical rights, giving perspective to how much we have (and have not) progressed in the past 3 decades.
Simon C (fr) wrote: Not found footage! The characters are well drawn, likeable. Slow burn to tease out the creepiness.
Agata M (us) wrote: I didn't laugh so much in the cinema for the long time before...for me much better than Testosteron
Scott A (kr) wrote: I saw this movie in Estonia at its opening about a year ago. Although it focuses on that country, it's a larger story, one of people's desire for self-determination, and a reminder how history can turn on the head of a pin.The last 30 minutes of the film are riveting, even for people that are familiar with the history of Estonia and the USSR.If you don't catch it in the theatre, it is supposed to come out on DVD in late February. Don't miss it.
Andersson M (br) wrote: Una pelicula por momentos cmica, en la cual un chico busca venganza y tras pasar por mucho ira cambiando hasta convertirse en un hombre
Donald Q (it) wrote: Another good foreign film about the lengths that friends will go. Oh and lots of people dying.
TC K (ca) wrote: Fantastic ensemble piece about a group of friends between high school and college who rent a beach house right before leaving for college, and who end up facing life when a tragedy strikes one of their own. The cast is absolutely terrific, with Noah Segan (Brick) a real standout as Sean. Despite what Flixster says, it is NOT out on DVD - it has just had it's festival premiere about two weeks ago, but it's definately a top choice to see when it does arrive.
Klarens B (br) wrote: not too sure what to say about this movie but it was a little crappy nice little twist but I think it had no begining to an end story sense.
Melody S (mx) wrote: Good movie, love the music and George Strait was great
Emod L (jp) wrote: 93%With pitch-black humor and devilish imagery, Temple of Doom is a fun and finely crafted sequel, even if the new characters aren't as memorable as in the first film.V: 74%
bill s (ru) wrote: Denzel's always good but this films subject matter and crappy action sequences let him down.
Micah F (it) wrote: Good, not great. Typical Newman performance, meaning it is beyond average or even good, but solid for Newman. Feels like a limited western, more of a boo hoo liberal take for Indians.