Heist: Who Stole the American Dream? reveals how American corporations orchestrated the dismantling of middle-class prosperity through rampant deregulation, the outsourcing of jobs, and tax... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Heist: Who Stole the American Dream?
Heist: Who Stole the American Dream? reveals how American corporations orchestrated the dismantling of middle-class prosperity through rampant deregulation, the outsourcing of jobs, and tax...
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Siddharth K (ca) wrote: Great film! The background score was amazing and the best part of it were the dialogues ! Overall Rating 5/5 ..! Amazing movie. A must Watch film!
Gabriel K (gb) wrote: Not a bad thriller, clever story and keeps you entertained. The major problem is uneven acting, the "mansion owner" was just horrid (I realize he co-wrote the script, but he should stick to screenwriting).
Tom N (jp) wrote: This movie delivered everything that "Mama's Boy" didn't. The romance between John C Reilly & Marisa Tomei was completely relative to the story. Jonah Hill as the overprotective child also plays a very convincing role.
Joe M (br) wrote: The sobering and inspiring story of the 1970 Marshall football tragedy and the 1971 season. McConaughey does a good job as the eclectic coach Jack Lengyel. The best thing about this film is that Marshall overcomes their struggles but doesn't immediately achieve success. 2/2/14 - Home
John K (mx) wrote: Very cute movie, I'm glad I had a chance to watch it :)
Kate W (us) wrote: Excellent film...hard to watch though.
Ga H (es) wrote: god i love this sooooooo much, if some one made a movie just for me it would be just like this.original. interesting and totally hatstand!!
Joetaeb D (it) wrote: The well intentioned but horribly misguided and conceived un-masterpiece by George Lucas. Howard has a few decent moments, but is far drowned by it's cheesiness and overall uninspired storyline
Jetta W (fr) wrote: Features luminous performances by Dietrich and Cooper. After repeated viewings, its allure stands up, and the ending really is quite good.
Carol H (jp) wrote: As strange as it sounds, I actually like this better than the animated film. For starters, I think the story is better executed here. It doesn't feel like an obvious jab at Disney and fairy tales in general. It actually feels like a more straightforward tale and it works to its advantage. Secondly, the humor isn't as dependent as gross-out gags and pop culture references. While the lowbrow jokes are still there, there's also a lot of subtle jokes that I like. Thirdly, the characters are given more backstory and dimension. One of the best things about stage adaptations is that they often give complexity to well-known characters. "Shrek the Musical" is no exception. Finally, the production has all the traits that a good musical should have. The sets and costumes are beautiful to look at, the acting is terrific, and the songs are wonderful. All in all, I believe"Shrek the Musical" is an improvement of the original DreamWorks Animation film.