Koch

Koch

Koch Brothers Exposed is a hard-hitting investigation of the 1% at its very worst. This full-length documentary film on Charles and David Koch—two of the world’s richest and most powerful men—is the latest from acclaimed director Robert Greenwald (Wal-Mart: the High Cost of Low Price, Outfoxed, Rethink Afghanistan). The billionaire brothers bankroll a vast network of organizations that work to undermine the interests of the 99% on issues ranging from Social Security to the environment to civil rights. This film uncovers the Kochs’ corruption—and points the way to how Americans can reclaim their democracy.

A documentary on Ed Koch, the mayor of New York City from 1978 to 1989. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eric H (ag) wrote: Unfortunately, the film's subject might make it difficult for it to gain the mainstream audience that it deserves. Anyway, Unhung Hero is recommended to anyone who is willing to think about our sexual mores with an open mind and a sense of humor.

Logan M (au) wrote: It's uncomfortably forced, like a television comedy sketch that's been stretched to movie length, but that's exactly what makes it original. "They Came Together" is a courageous little film that isn't afraid to laugh at itself.

Robert S (au) wrote: Jason Bateman stars and directs this one which is a solid movie.

Alex V (mx) wrote: Starts out as the simple story of a man who agrees to kill a guy in order to pay off his gambling debts. Eventually becomes a convoluted series of one-ups and double crossings between a legion of secondary characters. The violence is brutal and fun. The plot going to pieces part way through, not so much.--6.0/10--

horse c (nl) wrote: A worthless piece of dungpile

Giovanni M (ag) wrote: A rare sequel that works.

Cameron W (au) wrote: This is a gloomy and realistic portrayal of the futility of war, and the lives and deaths of many innocent men. The screenplay for this film deserves to be mentioned alongside other great anti-war films like, The Thin Red Line, Full Metal Jacket, and Apocalypse Now. And Irvin directs this marvelous script with gritty and horrific intensity that does no less than make you feel inside the battle and dealing with these mens deaths just as the characters are. As far as the acting goes, all of it was very good, but Dylan Mcdermott steals the show as the tough, yet sensitive, fun-loving, and utterly human, sargeant. This film is nothing short of a masterpiece, and one of the greatest anti-war films ever made.

Kristina K (gb) wrote: Wonderful. Very honest.

Simon T (nl) wrote: In fact, this movie is a little bit better than 'The Phantom Menace', but it not reaches the quality of the original films.

Hannah D (it) wrote: Good performances by the actors but movie is basic and uses blackface as a gag. Tries to make an argument about privilege but loses that message by having the characters make their own fortune at the end...