The extreme right seen from the inside: its music, leaders, alliances, rites, and the political acceptance that is opening the Italian Nazi-fascists the doors to institutionalized power.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:75 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:racism,   nazism,   fascism,  

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Donna J (jp) wrote: A story about 9 girls from around the world where education for girls is not a priority. It transitions between each story with statistics, education, etc...very eye opening

Ram K (kr) wrote: Intelligent, funny and just the right amount of gore. Finally an Indian movie that does not insult the audience's intelligence, and doesn't follow the usual Bollywood formula. Kudos to the movie makers and cast!

Michael S (it) wrote: was good, but was expecting more i guess? but i did enjoy...sad to se the govt do something this corrupt

Jonathan G (us) wrote: Eerie film, your waiting for a climax that never happens. 60% of the film is a close up of her eating things..Strange

Jack G (es) wrote: Fuck. Ing. DULL. I haven't walked out of a movie in so long, but this one was the one that I unintentionally have been waiting for. Granted, and I will admit it as one more Fuck YOU to Ayn Rand and her base, I didn't pay to see it, so there should have been no-pain-no-gain. But oh, there was pain, so much. I don't fall asleep during movies, just because I'm sensitive to the light and sound of a movie theater since there's so much of it. Considering that this is, as my wife described, like 'watching Nazi-paint dry', I tried, oh lawd I tried, to fall asleep during this. Because it really is, without a doubt one of the dullest of the piece-of-shittiest shits I've seen in a while.But, Jack, you're asking, what is the movie "about"? Um... let's see ::glances up at plot synopsis:: it's basically about a couple of rich fucks who run a railroad company in, um, five years from now(!) who keep hearing about some guy named John Galt who is supposed to be the Hero of Capitalism or some such crap, and then there's a new metal for a railroad and the really boring day-time soap opera chick comes on as one of the Taggart siblings to be the Heroic Capitalist Avenger or whatever and throw some water at a guy's face and look not angry and oh no I've let this be a run on sentence.... I so couldn't give a shit reallly to even explain it. It's basically watching the upper echelons of society- those with a lot of money who act like heroes because they are making tons of money for themselves while the 'villains' are those dirty, dirty liberals who are smoking fat cigars and making big fat deals behind or just out in the open of closed doors. Supposedly society has collapsed, sorta, gas prices have skyrocketed (past what it is now, like $37 per gallon or some such malarkey), and all the BIG drama takes place in office rooms and fancy restaurants and nice houses and once or twice in "actual" places like a subway terminal or a street. We become aware of some vast conspiracy that has businessmen being abducted by some shadowy figures in the street (and what blandly shadowy figures they are, a first in cinematic history I think)... this SHOULD be one of the creepy and memorable parts of the movie, even an unintentionally funny part, but the only chuckle is at a stupid freeze-frame in black and white with TYPED-OUT LETTERS done for the person on screen.I don't want to under-sell it - it's biggest crime is being indifferent, to itself and to its audience. If I were an Ayn Rand fan (and if I ever become one I'm certain you'll be the first to know you bastards) I would be offended by this movie. I didn't get a sense of any kind of political or philosophical conviction past... I dunno, making lots of money and screwing poor people over once or twice? I guess that's the libertarian and/or "Tea-Party" ideal, but it's such poorly handled propaganda. Where's Leni Riefenstahl when you need her, or (arguably) Michael Moore? Hell, when it comes to a cult - and make no mistake, the "Randians" are often called as such - how about Battlefield Earth? At least that has Travolta hamming it up like it's Christmas time and the pig's just aching to be sliced. That's another thing I should note, what contributes to the dull sense of life slipping ever so quickly away from the film, is the acting, or non-acting really. While there are some professionals here, people like Michael Lerner and Jon Polito, which just made me pine to go back and watch Coen brothers movies, and other somewhat recognizable character actors ("Big Love" from House and that one Winkies dream dude from Mulholland Drive), none fare well here because the director, some uber-HACK who mostly moonlights on WB tripe like One Tree Hill, doesn't even give the character players a bone to chew on. Taylor Schilling though is the most eggregious offence here and one of the main things that had me walk out. Her eyes, dead eyes, like a doll's eyes, do nothing with a character who is supposed to have gumption and determination and... SOMETHING, I dunno! Even when she does emote it's that kind of empty style that would make Andy Warhol cringe and sends mothers weeping with their children in agony. Her paired with the equally woodboardwood Grant Bowler and Matthew Marsden (I don't think I got to see the director in action as the much touted Galt by the time I left).And sure, maybe by now you might be thinking 'but, Jack, come on, how can you review it without having seen the whole movie? You might be missing on some of the most brilliant political commentary you've ever seen!' Well, first of all, in that case, why were you reading this you trolling piece of garbage. And secondly, I'm not Roger Ebert and I don't need to do a kind of deal like he did with that one movie where he watched 8 minutes and wrote his review (do forgive me for not remembering the title). I gave it a solid chance, and I tried to get into it, even as a "bad" movie. But there's *nothing* there. It's a soulless, empty excursion into a very bad American mindset in the writing that is surrounded by the kind of direction that is bad on a Last Airbender level. It also kills you realizing what better things you could be doing, how you can actually be having real substantive arguments or reading stuff online or at home or watching a solid political or philosophical thing somewhere. It's pandering tripe of the lowest order that commits the ultimate sin, as Frank Capra would say, of boring the audience. But hey, it's a resounding success according to FOX News, so all is right with the world! :D >:(

Holly F (au) wrote: It could have been better. Interesting supernatural twist though.

Johnson C (jp) wrote: A little bit boring than expected. The plot started from the "investigation".

Taylor S (de) wrote: funny and plot is Crazy !

Scott W (mx) wrote: very awkward movie...

Stephanie C (fr) wrote: I can't believe I haven't seen a movie named after a 16th-century avantgarde composer. Go figger!

Alex K (jp) wrote: 1972's The Godfather Is My Fourth Favorite Film.

Luke B (us) wrote: Don't bother watching this if you have Se7en, Manhunter or Memories of Murder at hand. It's a poor mans...anything in this genre really. Interesting at times but mostly a confused and at times laughable serial killer thriller. The performances are okay but the dialogue is flat and at times just attempts to explain the film. There are some nice unprdictable moments, but they just add to the mess. The beginning with dead babies is both shocking and twisted, but it sort of loses its edge once it falls into genre stereotypes.

Vuk M (es) wrote: This movie has an incredible cast!Great story!Good old fashioned adventure comedy.Whoopi whoops ass!Solid 8/10

James O (ca) wrote: While 1981 is most noted for the abundance of slashers coming out, there were some monster flicks popping up here and there. One of these is Blood Beach. While most people don't like it because of its extensive scenes of talking, some of the conversations are amusing. The kill scenes are great, and the reveal of the monster at the end is also great, with some awesome FX. The ending is open for a sequel, but, if you ask me, its better off without one.

mike p (ru) wrote: Iam a total sucker for this stuff. Squirm kicks ass on all levels. Campy, scary and gross!

Bruno V (jp) wrote: Sometimes i hate the so many bad reviews on this page ....but i comfort myself by the idea that the so called experts in movies think they know it all or something ....Fun and a little tear in this one !

William P (ru) wrote: Awesome movie. Great action, a really original and weird plot, and a really catchy soundtrack. Go watch it.