From civil rights to the anti-war movement to the struggles of workers, folksinger Phil Ochs wrote topical songs that engaged his audiences in the issues of the 1960s and 70s. In this ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune
From civil rights to the anti-war movement to the struggles of workers, folksinger Phil Ochs wrote topical songs that engaged his audiences in the issues of the 1960s and 70s. In this ...
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Furious D (jp) wrote: i love it it so good but abby does not see whats coming #
Phillip D (de) wrote: Even as Snyder was bumbling about at a remake, Romero was still cranking out classics. Land of the Dead is a fantastic edition to any zombie lovers collection, providing excellent zombie fighting action and a biting political commentary to boot.
Martin S (es) wrote: sick...FREAKS! I can't take Dolph Lundgren serious...all I see is Drago....and I was not informed that I had to see him hanging upside down with a bare butt
Haravikk K (ca) wrote: An excellent novel concept that unfortunately hasn't aged well. If you can overlook the poor effects and bad dialogue to the heart of the film, you can see the ideal makings of a good horror story that, as a complete departure to current trends, has very little blood in it at all. The ideas behind the film could stand extremely well in a modern remake, and in a genre as muddy and gory as modern horror, it could present an opportunity to remember what real horror can be like. For the actual film, I'd recommend it to the horror crowd, though if you can't stand the first 20 minutes of ancient hair-styles and teen dialogue that I'm not certain anybody ever actually used, then it might not improve. But it is a film with a strong idea, but not quite fulfilled potential.
Justin O (au) wrote: A great fictional take on the real life war on drugs, with one of Snipes best roles, and Ice-T is great as an undercover cop.
Carlos M (it) wrote: This bittersweet drama has a very nice cast and deserves credit for making us laugh and cry at the same time even in its most melodramatic scenes, but the film's last seven minutes are simply awful and should have been excised from it without any mercy.
Liam U (gb) wrote: Fairly entertaining, but could have done with some tightening up - particularly during the climax. But otherwise it was alright enough.
Al M (de) wrote: A surrealistic, atmospheric, gothic minor masterpiece that evokes a similar feeling to Bava's gothic masterworks. Throw in Barabara Steele and Edgar Allen Poe, and you have a nice little gem of 60s horror. Margheriti sculpts schadows into a chilling chiaroscuro that provides loads of creepiness on a relavitly non-existent budget. No special effects or gore--just a simple gothic story that blurs the line between life and death.
Louise D (nl) wrote: Not still terrifying, as I've seen claimed, but an extraordinary work of Expressionism that provides a treat in every frame.
Victoria W (kr) wrote: it was a pretty good movie.
Mia W (fr) wrote: Super cheesy stupidity.
Christopher B (ca) wrote: You know what you're getting with this one. Funny.