Murder, Spies & Voting Lies: The Clint Curtis Story
Clint Curtis was an everyday computer programmer in Florida until he was asked by a powerful Republican legislator to create vote-rigging software for electronic voting machines. For the first time, Patty Sharaf's terrifying documentary, Murder, Spies & Voting Lies (the Clint Curtis story), recounts the full, remarkable tale.
- Stars:Chris Kattan, Fred Willard, David Schultz, B.J. Bales, Katie Bryan, Kip King, Electra Avellan, Matthew Funk, Eric Allard, Sean Goodman, John Clem, Nicholes Cole, Nelson Diaz, Trey Fruge, Ellie Gerber, Clint Curtis, Bob Fitrakis, Brad Friedman, Mavis Georgalis, Steve Heller, Harri Hursti, Cynthia McKinney, Richard Hayes Phillips, Gore Vidal,
- Director:Patty Sharaf,
The true story of computer programmer Clint Curtis who, in 2000, claims he was asked by future Congressman Tom Feeney (R,Fl.) to create vote-rigging software for Florida's electronic voting... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Murder, Spies & Voting Lies: The Clint Curtis Story torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Never make a pact with a demon, fine we all know that, and this little horror movie, despite a rather curious idea (the pit, especially), doesn't have much to offer beyond that and doesn't work in any level - not as a tense slow-burn nor as an creepy hillbilly sect story.
(jp) wrote: A werewolf should never be this boring
(mx) wrote: I don't know, haven seen it yet!
(ag) wrote: "Poor" is the first - and only - word I can think of. Those effects are horrible, same as 1990's Warlock movie! And I'm not even talking about the 'massive' army battle... Acting was bad, sound is bad, story (really?) is bad. Only sad Marc Singer and Brian Thompson signed for this. Got a bonus star because I like medieval-theme stuff....
(mx) wrote: Love it! Absolutely hillarious!"Are these Girl Guides in the shrubbery?"
(au) wrote: O Brother, Where Art Thou wastes it's fun cast, great cinematography and setting, and brilliant folk music on a pointless and sloppy script.
(br) wrote: A classic musical adaptation that makes for cinematic magic. B
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(us) wrote: Can we stop making movies about women who are too 'helplessly in love' and 'naive' to control their emotions? Frustrating to watch, not to mention the bad acting.
(es) wrote: I got the impression that the book is better.
(br) wrote: A great samurai drama despite the slow start.
(fr) wrote: The best of Chaplin! What an ending!!!
(us) wrote: Based on the 1998 novel by Michael Cunningham, and directed by Stephen Daldrey (Billy Elliot (2000), The Reader (2008) and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2011)), this is a compelling drama set over different time periods but all interconnected in a unique way, 2 of the stories are connected by the work of the real life subject in the third. It's a thoughtful film, and it has a very good cast to it's name. In 1923, Virginia Woolf (Nicole Kidman) writes Mrs Dalloway in her home in the town of Richmond. She has suffered several breakdowns and is bipolar, and she feels like a prisoner in her own home. In 1951, Los Angeles housewife Laura Brown (Julianne Moore) is married to Dan (John C. Reilly) with son Richie (Jack Rovello), but she is unhappy in her marriage and she finds solace in reading Mrs Dalloway. In New York in 2001, Clarissa Vaughan (Meryl Streep) lives the life of Mrs. Dalloway, preparing a party in honour of her former lover and friend Richard Brown (Ed Harris), who is dying from AIDS, and is receiving a major literary award, but Richard isn't happy. It's a bleak film on the surface, all the stories are connected with the theme of suicide, but it's still very compelling, and the trio of actresses on display all give powerful performances, Kidman won the Best Actress Oscar for playing Woolf, but it's a shame her career has taken a downward turn ever since this film.
(gb) wrote: Tangled's not Disney's better film, and it shows mistakes and some cliched situations, but its great animation and entertainning story-telling help it to be better and unforgettable.
(es) wrote: Like Snowtown, The Babadook is a creepy thriller that builds on a very un-nerving atmosphere and not the kind of film to watch more than once unless 'creepy and unnerving' is your bag! Essie Davis delivers a breathtakingly dynamic performance as the recently widowed mother.
(us) wrote: Lindo re encuentro con los personajes de la serie, aunque nada nuevo bajo el sol