Superpower illustrates how the United States has leveraged its position to ensure unilateral world domination through absolute economic and military superiority and government deception. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Superpower illustrates how the United States has leveraged its position to ensure unilateral world domination through absolute economic and military superiority and government deception.
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Marty S (fr) wrote: Bad acting, bad writing, and bad editing add up to equal an epic fail. Just rent a karate kid movie is you're after an 80s coming of age theme.
Davey M (au) wrote: Compelling, entertaining, terrifying documentary with a strong enough voice and shocking enough footage to keep us engaged in the important subject matter.
Belal S (au) wrote: The movie is about music legend John Lennon, So everything I wanted to know about the character and the pre fame time pretty satisfied in a very smooth and emotional way. The director kept moving between the funny simplr scenes to the gloomy sad ones in just a great efficiency, The actor Aaron Johnson whom i never heard about before was good enough to do that role but anyway the best one in the movie was Kristin Scott Thomas, She always got the scene from everyone, Great movie in common & pretty got me sad for awhile :(
Arlene C (it) wrote: If you're even a teeny bit Chinese, part-Chinese, Chinese in your past life or simply having "yellow fever" (heh, heh), you will recognise yourself in at least some of it, and snigger at some parts of the movie. Family feuds, dark secrets, personal scandals, black sheep.... A refreshing twist at the end. A light, enjoyable movie - seems like every family has their matriach. Long live Kapitan!
Tanja S (fr) wrote: Bill Muurrrraaaaaaayyy. <3
Spyros T (it) wrote: I heaven't seen the TV series so I was a bit disorientated all the time. It felt to me like watching a pilot episode for a really crappy TV series.
Gregory L (nl) wrote: This was almost good. The potential was there.
Hafi K (gb) wrote: This is so bad it transmutates into something so good haha. Unlike some of my friends who watched it with me, I didnt find it a waste of time. Rather fun. And having the joy for predicting the early scene is a bonus.Do make ur guess on what happens to the kid at the start of the movie.
Victor M (ca) wrote: A con artist (as he claimed to be named himself) with compulsive obsessive disorder between other maladies, goes through heaven, hell, purgatory and finally heaven leaving their illegal occupation for a normal life. The moral is "never a con should rely in another con". Is inevitable to compare this film with "Nine Queens" the Argentinian film from 2000 about a similar story. Both are great films each one on his own style.
Marco C (ag) wrote: Mesmerizing from beginning till the end. You get to know the characters so well that you can accept their flaws. Connelly proved herself to be an equal match to Sir Kingsley and both sucessfully bring the movie to life.
Timm S (jp) wrote: Bit Of Eighties Sleaze. No Real Story & A Lotta Focus On The Sex Scenes.
Josh B (us) wrote: Nice plot. Animation could have been a bit better though.
Kim S (gb) wrote: Not bad, but the 60+ minute run time makes the film feel rushed.
Kyle E (jp) wrote: There are two things in this world that creeps the hell out of me: the first being clowns and the second being evil puppets. Terrifyingly enough, this movie has both! Now, I'll be honest here and say that I didn't expect much out of this film. In fact, I was but a word of discouragement away from skipping it altogether. But I'm very pleased that I didn't, because this was so much better than I first gave it credit for. In similiarity to Insidious, it's a very atmospheric production, with spooky, nightmarish settings, enveloped in mist and spine-tingling tension. Although the characters are one-dimensional and pretty brainless in their actions, there's a lot to love about the movie in terms of scare factors and excitement. All-around, the directing is superb, and it feels like one of those old-school horror movies that I used to watch as a kid. Surely not to everyone's taste, but if you like Kwan's other films, then you'll probably enjoy this one as well. And did I mention how seriously creepy it is?
Jeremy K (kr) wrote: If the 2 writers come up with more than just jokes about the Fockers' last name, it should be funny
DC F (mx) wrote: Pretty much could've been titled "Those Black Fockers" if Wayans were involved. It was a good version of Meet The Parents and had just as much heart-felt cheese toward the end, though still a decent take. Can we look forward to a sequel called "Little Peeples"?
Clay B (it) wrote: FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS (1943)