Utility companies are racing to replace electricity, gas and water meters worldwide with new generation "smart" meters at an unprecedented rate. With compelling insight from insiders, researchers, government representatives, lawyers, doctors and environmentalists, Take Back Your Power investigates claimed benefits and apparent risks of this ubiquitous "smart" grid program. Transparency advocate Josh del Sol takes us on a journey of revelation and discovery, as we question corporate practices of surveillance, extortion and causing harm in the name of "green". What you discover will surprise you, unsettle you, and inspire you to challenge the status quo.
Writer:Josh del Sol (story), Daryl Bennett (story)
Transparency advocate Josh del Sol digs beyond the 2013 NSA spy scandal, investigating current utility and government programs involving mass in-home surveillance, eroding rights and causing harm in the names of "smart" and "green." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
CB M (fr) wrote: An improvement on the story of the original but laughs are too few and too predictable.
Duncan H (kr) wrote: LOVED this movie. Gave an interesting turn to the short story "Most dangerous game". Similar plot. Wasn't too gory, but was interesting in that the bad guys appeal to the survivor. Plot was very easy to follow, and had an interesting twist to the fact that we never win.
Jonathan M (gb) wrote: une agreable remise en question des valeurs de nos vies. Un beau film judeo-new-yorkais
Sarah F (it) wrote: i would like to see this
WS W (ru) wrote: One of the handful recent Woody Allen's films which I feel like.
Jaye G (nl) wrote: Wow....powerful movie......wonderful cast and beautifully director...Kudo's to all
Shawn S (it) wrote: This has an intriguing story and a great cast. The CGI was dreadful.
Michael M (es) wrote: Thought it was worth giving this movie another chance but it wasn't. It's such a shame that this movie is one of John Candy's last. He had such a great career in the 80's and early '90s and then he got to end things with this shitslopper and "Wagons East" which is even worse. Sure, there are a few witty jokes going on here but all in all it's still not funny after 20 years.
Muffin M (au) wrote: Keong (Jackie Chan) is, a Hong Kong cop who gets more than he bargained for when he visits relatives in a crime-ridden section of New York. Soon Keong is brawling with Mafia kingpins and unleashing his lethal skills on unsuspecting thugs.also stars Anita Mui, Bill Tung, Francoise Yip, Marc Akerstream, Morgan Lam, Hua Yueh and Gavin Cross.directed by Stanley Tong.
Shaun B (br) wrote: Mediocre thriller that did not deserve actors of such high calibre.
kerri h (us) wrote: Terrible. The whole concept was completely destroyed. When people and animals are buried they always come back in the same state they died, bullet wounds, severed arteries etc etc. Except for the mother, who lets face it would have started to decay by the time she was re-buried and comes back. However, she comes back pretty as ever, no burn marks down her face, no decay, no nothing...well that is until she melts. And while were on the subject, why the hell did she melt? Is this some bizarre reference to the plastic fantastic Hollywood star? I think not, just a lame arse excuse for some gore....and boobs. Boo Hiss.
Patrick M (ca) wrote: Full of music montages and seemingly non-sequitur events, Easy Rider varies from the typical film with strange cinematography and sudden tonal shifts, particularly at the end of the movie. While providing a rather lackluster story, the film still delivers a surprisingly powerful social message, and captures major cultural elements of the time. While Hopper's methods lack direction, his acting is notable, as is Jack Nicholson's. Unfortunately the film leaves you ultimately disappointed, ending abruptly while leaving little to consider. As a social commentary, it takes too long to deliver its message. As a narrative, few films suck as bad. It ultimately proves to be about a 4/10, less than the average film.
Sonja P (jp) wrote: Heavy heavy. I prefer "Violent Summer" but this has the very young Jacques Perrin. Can't get over the ending...
Alex F (ru) wrote: Veda is one of the worst villains ever seen in Hollywood. Mildred Pierce looked to me like one of those B movies passing as a Film Noir. The truth is, it is both. But what drama and what noir. Recomendable.
Danielle A (kr) wrote: Such an original concept for the time. It had some very unique kills and kept me on the edge of my seat.
Lisa R (ca) wrote: This was a bizzare attempt at a movie with a modern and popular actress. Why they ever made it a movie and didn't just release it into the 'documentary section with no name actors I don't know'. It was boring and really don't know how I managed to watch it to the end.Katherine should stick to Grey's and her romantic comedies.
Nicki M (jp) wrote: This was another Netflix with my mum choice. Quite enjoyed it. Though there's a lot of couples, it wasn't hoo hard to keep track of which was which as it can be in an ensemble film, and mostly their stories were good. The mothers boy has me cringing, though I like how it turned out. I liked how the female characters were all strong women who knew what they wanted. Apparently there is a part 2, which I will be interested to watch as well.
Jarett B (ag) wrote: It's pretty hard not to like Yellow Ribbon, although it's basically 'Fort Apache' with an older Duke and a love interest. The 'second' instalment in the Calvary Trilogy is much more patriotic than the first (if that's possible...). Well, chalk up the overt patriotism to the voice-over. Also, there is much more humor in Ribbon, as the Duke is older and more 'loveable,' while his second in command is just as charming as The Duke. That's it!! The Duke makes this film enjoyable through his charm. I mean, honestly, the film's been done to death:, "After the Civil War, the war continued for the Union against the Savages to form the greatest country in the world....blahhh." You're here to watch The Duke and Ford's photography. What's wrong with that? It's better than 90% of anything else out there. Simple.