For decades, scores of doctors, government officials, journalists, and others have extolled the benefits of psychiatric medicines for children. GENERATION RX presents "the rest of the story" and unveils how this era of unprecedented change in Western culture really occurred - and what price has been paid by our society. International award-winning filmmaker Kevin P. Miller (Let Truth Be The Bias, The Promised Land) "delivers a jaw-dropping emotional ride," and "weaves a terrifying tale of criminal conspiracy, the mass abandonment of medical ethics, and the routine betrayal of an entire generation." By employing the expertise of internationally respected professionals from the fields of medicine, ethics, journalism, and academia, GENERATION RX investigates collusion between drug companies and their regulatory watchdogs at the FDA and focuses on the powerful stories of real families who followed the advice of their doctors - and faced devastating consequences for doing so.
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Yuska T (au) wrote: Un film qui melange l'humeur est la tragedie avec de l'air de bonheur (et, dans quelques parts, d'horreur). Tous les characteres dans le film sont de vrais characeteres que vous pouvez trouver dans la vie, et la verite de ce film atteint des azimuts de ceux qu'on fait chaque jour, et c'est vraiment plein de magique.
Alan F (kr) wrote: one of scooby Doo best animated of 2004
Vapaaneuvos R (ru) wrote: unbelievable dumb movie! great!
Aska K (kr) wrote: Kochane (jak si dorobi dziecka, to se bd to z tym dzieckiem oglda). I ciekawe (SRK drugoplanowy - chyba dawno mu si to nie zdarzyo).
Devon M (fr) wrote: Fantastically over the top kung-fu picture with one of cinemas biggest badasses.
Ken S (ru) wrote: Diane Keaton and Woody Allen star (he also directs) this murder mystery comedy about an aging couple who get roped into a mystery of a neighbor when Keaton begins to suspect that his wife didn't die of a heart attack...but was in fact murdered by him. It's funny and a decent movie overall, but it isn't Allen's funniest work, or his most profound. There is a fun plot, a decent cast, and some funny and memorable moments, but it would be difficult to rank this as high as "Manhattan" or "Annie Hall".
Cem (ca) wrote: I picked this up because the title reminded me of a film I had seen waaay back, thinking it would thrill as before. It is funny how the words "vividly acted" on the cover is exactly what this film does not do. As dialogue is scarce, characters rely on acting but to no avail. Ridiculous pauses, unnecessary glances make everyone in this film seem emotionally constipated. Bo-ring.
Christine C (jp) wrote: I'm sorry this movie was disgusting, couldn't finish it. Funny though.
Braden A (kr) wrote: Not my favorite from Grant, but it was still an enjoyable and occasionally funny little film, which also stars Myrna Loy and a semi-grown up Shirley Temple.It's also strange to see Grant in a such a slimey role. Throughout the movie we come to understand his reputation, but at the beginning he's quite a weird guy, which was not bad but just different.6.5