Rage

Rage

An accidental nerve gas leak by the military kills not only a rancher's livestock, but also his son. When he tries to hold the military accountable for their actions, he runs up against a wall of silence.

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Francine F (de) wrote: perturbant....mais un excellent cinclub....

Claire M (au) wrote: Many years ago I saw this at Walmart and bought it on a whim. I noticed one of my favorite actresses (Hilary Duff) was in it and knew I needed to see it. I bought it and loved it. All though the story is sad the movie is great!

Atlas G (mx) wrote: Hilarious dark comedy by John Waters, probably the best acting of Kathleen Turner that I have seen. Great acting from her (she really plays well the bipolar murdering mood of the character), humour that is far away from corny or cheesy, we laugh all the time in front of scene that gets even better after each one. The pace kicks in right in the beginning of the movie and we don't get bored once single minute. A must seen, and to recommend!

Dusty L (it) wrote: 83% on my Tomatometer.

Harpreet S (gb) wrote: A tasteless film that is quite boring also. The acting isn't really convincing, not realistic. I liked the concept, but it is the work of an amateur. I also liked the camera movement showing the local people. This film has no "soul."

Jeff B (it) wrote: Very good film from 1937 about a family that moves to Chicago in the 19th century and makes a dent on the city. A great cast, including Alice Brady in her Oscar winning role as the mother of the successful sons. Very exciting ending and very impressive, especially because it was made in '37. I'm glad I finally saw this.

Mark B (nl) wrote: Charles Ponzi... again... (Lisbeth Salander is still the best though)

Jared A (nl) wrote: A personal favorite. Field of Dreams is a thoughtful, compassionate movie containing a large repertoire of pitches laced with the aches of life.*On a different note: Richard Corliss, from TIME, presented a poorly thought out analysis of the film. He criticizes reactions of men to the effects of athletics on the psyche. His reaction towards Field of Dreams is not an uncommon one. His reasoning is heavily invested in an insensitive attitude towards the movie's framework, but my criticism of Corliss' review is not over the way the movie made him feel. His necessity to generate justification wasn't intellectual.

Ryan A (ag) wrote: "I'm raving that this movie, "World Trade Center" is the year's best movie that ever came out in the year of 2006! AND Glorifies that which is the best in the American spirit" The performances in this movie is so powerful and so well acted. The directing by Oliver Stone is remarkable. The screenplay by Andrea Berloff is marvelous. The score is good. And special effects is mind blowing! I got to say that "World Trade Center" is an emotional true story of life, courage, and survival. "This is a must see movie for sure!"