A documentary on some of the interesting hamburgers available around the United States and the unique characters who sell them.
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Jason S (nl) wrote: I think I will try to use this in class next semester.
Scott E (es) wrote: Brutal, so I would not recommend this to a weak stomach person.
Eliabeth M (gb) wrote: "Corporations have time, money, and power on their side. All Bob Kearns had was the truth."
Mithun G (us) wrote: Superb. Beautifully haunting. The Cronenberg genes live on.
Andrey B (jp) wrote: Very hard movie, it penetrates deep into your soul by the tremedous performances of the entire cast.
Ben D (us) wrote: There is just one thing going for this otherwise dull sci-fi thriller, and its pnuematic qualities are soon dulled by overexposure. She also can't act.
Gerson J (es) wrote: it's a film which you don't have to see alone, it's weird , silly and entertaining.
Rick C (gb) wrote: A personal favorite capturing the feel of the 70's and the changing desire for wealth over happiness. Elliott's character is the reason I changed my name to Rick (by the way).
Mariana M (br) wrote: Very good documentary! Good photography and strong images with no need to gush blood all over the screen.
Ola G (br) wrote: Pvt. Joe Armstrong (Michael Dudikoff), an orphaned drifter will little respect for much other than martial arts, finds himself on an American Army base in The Philippines after a judge gives him a choice of enlistment or prison. On one of his first missions driving a convoy, his platoon is attacked by a group of rebels who try to steal the weapons the platoon is transporting and kidnap Patricia (Judie Aronson), the base colonel's daughter, who happens to be along for the ride. Joe rescues Patricia and gets her safely back to the base, but everyone else in the platoon is killed, leading his superiors to conclude that Joe is guilty of cowardice, collaboration or simple incompetence. At the same time Joe becomes the target of revenge of the lead ninja Black Star Ninja (Tadashi Yamashita) as he understands that Joe has the gift of a ninja. Soon enough Joe becomes friends with Cpl. Curtis Jackson (Steve James) and he gets the whole story from Joe: he has amnesia, but he always remembers his ninjutsu moves, and that has helped him with his instinct for survival. Eventually Joes life is at stake and he needs to clear his own name, find out who he really is and face up to Black Star Ninja...What can you say, this is such a classic 80s Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus's Cannon Group B-action movie with everything on the plate and a bit more. "American Ninja" came out during the period in the 80s when the ninja theme was hotter than the hottest and this is no exception in terms of being a pretty low quality actioneer with the focus on an american ninja. Michael Dudikoff is hardly a great actor, nor is the late Steve James, but they do their best at filling their action shoes. Movies like "American Ninja" feels so out of date today, but yet theres a weird sentimental touch to it as it brings me back to my teens and the longing for "cool" american action movies I had back then. But, thank god my taste has changed since then..
Mad M (ag) wrote: Offbeat. A bit too uneventful.
Jake M (nl) wrote: Edward Scissorhands (1990) - Is considered my favorite out of all of Tim Burton's movies and it definitely shows. The story has a great mixture of heart, humor and Burton's creepy but enchanting imagination, it's about as perfect a Tim burton film as you can get. What really makes this movie is Johnny Depp playing the title character. Admittedly I haven't been much of a fan of Depp as an actor but his performance as Edward was probably the best role he's ever played. I also love the way he uses his scissors to do all kinds of cool things whether it be. Trimming bushes, Cutting hair or even making it snow. I also love his curiously and his naive innocence. His personality felt very relatable to my feelings and I felt very sad when Edward was going through moments of pain and confusion. His character is a great example of not judging a person by the way he looks or even by his actions. The rest of the characters work off of Edward in a very unusual way but it works as it challenges Edward's perception on how he sees the people around him. I love that at first Edward thinks he's found his place down in the neighborhood but then suddenly things take a turn for the worse and he starts to crumble slowly until he finally breaks down. This is due to a fact that people are constantly bugging him and doing strange things too him and most of the time he's uncomfortable of unfamiliar with doing certain tasks. The last character to mention is the love interest Kim. I like that over time she starts to understand the pain Edward goes through even though no else does. I really do love the bond they share and their understanding for each other really tugs at my heartstrings from time to time. The cinematography is dazzling to look at. From the oddly colored neighborhood to the spooky unknowns of Edwards home, It captures Tim Burton's creepy vision while also Throwing in some in some beautiful scenery. The music is done by Danny Elfman and his score is both enchanting and sometimes kinda depressing in a good way. When certain moments hit, the music score accompanies greatly with the situation and it delivers something magical and mysterious. Tim Burton has made some great movies in his lifetime but in my opinion this is what I consider the best movie he's ever made (A+)
Lilian L (nl) wrote: The loft is beautiful. I mean the apartment itself.