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Five years after Yippie founder Abbie Hoffman goes underground to avoid a drug-related prison sentence, he contacts a reporter to get out the story of the FBI's covert spying, harassment and inciting of violence they then blame on the Left.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   explosion,   artist,  

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Ellen G (ca) wrote: Interessant. William Hurt er flink. Men litt treg for meg.

Daniel D (it) wrote: This movie changed my life. I used to be a devil worshipping atheist, until I saw SUNDAY SCHOOL MUSICAL(TM), after viewing this true work of art, I came to terms with the undeniable existence of our lord and savior.Thanks SUNDAY SCHOOL MUSICAL(TM)!

Miku P (ca) wrote: Hieno dokumentti muotoilusta.

Sara S (nl) wrote: Great cast, mad characters, explosions, guns... very funny =)

Graeme C (nl) wrote: Oh my God, did they TRY to make it suck as much ass as possible?

Scott C (nl) wrote: It's a miracle when films like this get made. Should be required viewing for all U.S. presidents.

Luke M (it) wrote: Though it lacks wide appeal beyond art fans, there is little to complain about in Pollock, which is a credit to its passionate creator Ed Harris, who turns in one of the most captivating performances of his long career.

Private U (jp) wrote: Inte basta film jag satt, men jag va kar i Nicolas valdigt lange efterat ;-)

JH K (jp) wrote: Puro Jackie Chan, una extraa mezcla que no debera funcionar pero que gracias a este fenmeno natural podemos disfrutar de actuaciones terribles y direccin bsica en un marco de comedia, accin, aventuras, artes marciales y como siempre los mejores stunts planeta.

Jim H (br) wrote: A man and a woman meet every year to carry on a multi-decade affair.Two-handers, plays or films with only two characters, require two excellent actors who can carry the film. Alan Alda and Ellen Burstyn are two such actors, but this film needs more than their strong work. What makes the film ultimately fail is the inconsistency of the characters. Even though Alda does well in this scene, it's difficult to imagine the man we've been getting to know for the last hour turning into a callous conservative prick. The same is true for the scene in which Doris comes in decked in full hippie gear. Also, George's neuroticism occasionally gets annoying, a fault of the script giving him ridiculous lines that -- once again -- aren't consistent with the rest of the character.Overall, Burstyn and Alda do their best, but crazy glue couldn't hold this film together.

Nilesh J (ca) wrote: A terrible, predictable, slapstick tale that could have been saved only by some good humor. Fails miserably on that count too.

Alyan H (us) wrote: A campy and Boring vampire film.that.had lots of potential yet the writting and direction wasn't there

Jaime R (us) wrote: Awesome idea great idea Alex pardee rocks

Agus B (ca) wrote: kung fu panda is genial,:).this movie is really good,the voice of jack black,angelina jolie,dustin hoffman and seth rogen and jackie chan is super,it is one of the best films of dreamworks.

Marco Antonio L (it) wrote: Quite honestly my first time to see this stripper movie with a heart.

Andrew S (us) wrote: Safe is the defining word for this film. Although it plays with minority issues within Britain this inoffensive and politically correct soccer comedy does poke fun at cultural values and their modern relevance. The soccer story is merely a backdrop to the ongoing family issues. Keira Knightley, Johnathan Rhys-Meyers and newcomer Parminder Nagra perform adequately in this very safe film. First time rating: 6.5/10

Timothy A (fr) wrote: A visually stunning and relatable tale of quiet domestic rebellion. For all it's reputation, this contains probably Judy Davis' most restrained performance ever, and is all the better for it.