Narrated by Academy Award-nominee Jessica Chastain and directed by award-winning filmmaker Mary Mazzio, the documentary follows American mothers as they wage a battle against sex trafficking on behalf of their daughters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jamie C (au) wrote: Saw 6 brings the films back to there best with an easier plot that still connects to the rest of the films only this time in a good and simpler way, The traps and tasks for the unlucky victims are well done and gory, Very good for a sixth part.
Jason D (it) wrote: I had a few problems with this mainly well-crafted and informative documentary. Firstly, it was very gimmicky, secondly, it had R-rating elements that were completely unneeded and the R-rating for a documentary decreases potential knowledge on the subject. There are recorded f-bombs. Okay, just bleep them. It has naked strippers in it. Why? Who cares that these guys were also a-holes, just stick to the story. Now you've put naked strippers in it and you can't show it in a classroom! Good job, your documentary will now not have the needed impact on society. Thirdly, it came out before the trials in 2006 which I feel was to soon to render a "final judgment" as this documentary does. That is really important because, well, it is obviously biased, leading, and presents a conflict of interest to the jury. And it makes the whole thing, in academic terms, bunk because it is now hearsay without the intellectual power of a conviction.
Danielle S (es) wrote: Peaches (Mo'Nique), an award-winning hair stylist from Baltimore, and her estranged sister Angela (Smith) get reacquainted when Peaches visits her sister in Beverly Hills. But the reunion may be bittersweet when Angela finds out Peaches in on the run from the IRS.
Mildo (ru) wrote: All the old cast are back! Isn't quite as entertaining as the show was but we don't watch it for quality do we!
Becky W (fr) wrote: I have this movie on dvd
Diana P (it) wrote: I didn't really know what was going on. I didn't understand what their business did at all! What does Landshark do? I have no idea. I thought it was a deep emotional movie, showing his struggles and how hard it was for him. I felt so bad for him at the end! It was sad. I have to admit I only watched it for Josh Hartnett. <3 He looked so damn good with all those tattoos!! Ahh! His shirtless scenes were the best part of this movie!
Jenna I (fr) wrote: There is something mesmerizing about how wooden Steven Seagal is... especially when he's running. I was more impressed with his ability to speak four languages than I was with the action
Edgar C (br) wrote: Werner Herzog's tour-de-force cinematic expeditions into the wild still remain unparalleled by any standards thanks to an unbelievable musical score, a grand cinematography and an ambition so high that even Spielberg, Cameron, Jackson and the rest need CGI to accomplish such visuals.98/100
Christopher H (au) wrote: Not a bad schlocky horror flick overall, but the real reason this film is even remotely noteworthy is that it's the directorial debut of Francis Ford Coppola (credited as Francis Coppola in the credits). Before Coppola directed landmark cinematic masterpieces such as "The Godfather" and "Apocalypse Now", he directed this low budget chiller with B-movie king Roger Corman producing with funds left over from "The Young Racers". Coppola's raw vision is definitely made apparent through some inventive cinematography and atmospheric locations. The film is sprinkled with brilliant scenes like the film's first murder and the opening sequence. It is also apparent that Hitchcock is one of Coppola's influences because the plot is essentially a low-rent "Psycho". Eventually the movie becomes bogged down by a drawn-out mystery plot that makes the film drag in the second half. The plot also becomes so incomprehensible at times that it becomes hard to care because their is barely a central protagonist. Plus some juvenile gore effects make the film border on silliness. This B-grade horror chiller is certainly watchable but I've seen better.
Tim M (us) wrote: A window into the dark ages. The barbarity of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest-era mental health is on display, this film put out the same year as when the Cuckoo's takes place, 1963. Strippers only undressed to sequinned underwear, and focused on singing instead of dancing with not a pole in sight! It's longer than needed. In particular, the morbidly obese patient's opera scene is incredibly annoying and superfluous. You can see the inspiration for a variety of things, from the creepy song and dance of a solitary female in Eraserhead, to Chappelle's Black racist leader. Controversial for it's time, almost half a century ago, now it's just a bizarre look into the past. The ECT and rainy hallway scenes are well done though.
Ashleigh S (ru) wrote: Judy Holliday doesn't play a dumb blonde! Miraculous! I loved this. Her comedic timing is perfect and Dean Martin looks right at home every time they put a bottle in his hands. A cute movie.
Edgar L (gb) wrote: This is Possibly the Most Beautiful animated Movie I had ever seen
Eric T (mx) wrote: While this movie is good, I feel like there were some moments that just didn't fit well to it.
Damian M (gb) wrote: What did you expect?
Benjamin F (jp) wrote: It is a picture made to entertain on a skin deep level and succeeds.