My Trip to Al-Qaeda
Journalist Lawrence Wright brings his multilayered one-man play to the screen as he discusses how a reporter remains objective while covering highly charged issues such as 9/11, Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden's past and the history of Islam. Wright examines the Muslim religion, Al-Qaeda's rise to power and bin Laden's complicated relationship with the rulers of Saudi Arabia in this riveting documentary from Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney.
Chronicles fundamentalist Islam's rise to power and explores Wright's struggle to maintain his objectivity as a journalist writing about Islamic terror. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
My Trip to Al-Qaeda torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Tom Hardy earning his keep - funny, semi-serious, based on a true story.
(jp) wrote: Even though it has Sid Haig (known as Captin Spaulding from House of 1000 Corpses) it was very poorly done. Deffinatly not one to add to anyones video collection.
(nl) wrote: Relatable to a teenager living an urban lifestyle
(it) wrote: Racist and stupid, raunchy and retarded, Coonskin is one hell of an awful movie and it is not even funny, which 'Fritz the Cat', nothing special as it is, is at least that.
(es) wrote: Rubbish. Cheap movies that just get spurned out will have this one as a role model. Highlights the fall of good comedy in the movies today. Boo hiss!!
(ca) wrote: This movie is such a bastardization of the book in every way possible, so it's not fair to bring up the authors age as a weak point of the movie itself. I mean they messed up the plot SO much it wasn't even possible to make sequel's, what does that say? lol
(es) wrote: I'm sort of surprised at the negative reviews. Yes, this movie is not for everyone...the pacing is a bit slow and the storyline could certainly be tighter. But, man, the acting and the atmosphere here is top notch and more than makes up for the other deficiencies. Nicole Kidman's descent into half-madness under the most trying of circumstances is a slow, seamless burn and worth the price of admission alone. Amazing panorama cinematography of the Australian outback complements the dreamy, torpid tone of the film and provides a stark backdrop for the more primal, inscrutable manifestations of human behavior.A surprisingly tender message underlies the bleakness in the end...definitely compelling.
(ca) wrote: Meh. Who asked for Gonzo's origin?