Terror's Advocate

Terror's Advocate

A documentary on Jacques Vergès, the controversial lawyer and former Free French Forces guerrilla who has defending unpopular figures such as Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie and Holocaust denier Roger Garaudy.

A documentary on Jacques Vergès, the controversial lawyer and former Free French Forces guerrilla who has defending unpopular figures such as Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie and Holocaust denier Roger Garaudy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jamie C (fr) wrote: Pretty funny film, But I think I laughed at Seth Rogan's scenes more than anything.

Chr P (ag) wrote: Makes some real insights into the thin line between genius and insanity, and I guess that's what made it somewhat interesting for me. I have to wonder how the filmmaker chose their subjects in this documentary. To these people, Scrabble is not just a game.

Burt M (fr) wrote: Wonderfully sincere romantic comedy about the wonderful fraility of human nature. Loren Dean is amazing in the lead role as is the rest of the cast. Loved the message that everyone has problems all we need is someone to listen to them. Recommeneded.

Justin R (fr) wrote: A very good biographical prison film with a triumphant performance from Burt Lancaster in the title role, but the film should have been titled "Birdman of Leavenworth" since that is where he kept his birds and studied their diseases. One of the best prison movies of all time. A powerful look at prison life, A classic.

Randy T (nl) wrote: Three words: Claudette Colbert, Veronica Lake & Paulette Goddard. Oh wait, that's six words (seven if you count the "&"). Gloriously sentimental and probably the most patriotic film I've ever seen.

Danijel J (ru) wrote: James Stewart was in the early stages of his carrier when he stared in this amusing western comedy which benefits from many good aspects, the title definitely not being one of them. George Kent (Brian Donlevy) is the self-named owner of the little town called Bottleneck He runs it with the help of a "towns real owner", the bar singer Frenchy (Marlene Dietrich). When a sheriff confronts him about the ways he uses to obtain his wealth, Kent kills him in cold blood. Since he has the corrupt mayor wrapped around his finger, they choose to elect the town drunk Washington Dimsdale(Charles Winninger) as the new sheriff, thinking it would e easy to control him. Little did they know that Dimsdale's friend is non other than Jimmy Stewart. When he arrives in town to help his pal, that's when the real party begins. George Marshal keeps this material as loose as possible, though he manages to make few nice points about the Old West's confrontation with civilization on the way. But the real star here is Stewart. He completely steals the show with his well written Destry, who shares many of the same characteristics with the character he played for John Ford 25 years later in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Destry's wise guy persona matches Stewart's acting style from that period perfectly. And it is weird (in a good way) to see Marlene Dietrich's diva persona in these surroundings, especially if you know her mostly from Von Sternberg's films. Though the humor can sometimes seem a little archaic from today's standpoint, and Hollywood's common stereotypes are not pleasant to watch (Russians through the unfunny character of Boris and the Chinese get it this time), ninety minutes of witty entertainment is guaranteed with this one.

Brad S (gb) wrote: - Watched yet again with my niece. Such a brilliant film and very easy to re-watch. At under 90mins, it goes by very quickly.- So easy to re-watch this film. Was a joy watching with my 5yr old niece and seeing her face light-up for the dancing dinner roll scene. She was even engaged during the not comedic bits of Chaplin trying to get the girl, and was on edge of her seat for the scene where house is on edge of cliff. A true masterpiece that literally can be enjoyed by anyone, and it's 90yrs old!- Just watched the 1942 version again which is shorter and has narration by Chaplin, as well as a new score. Such a wonderful film, this should be mandatory viewing for all. Highly recommended!- Such a classic film that anyone can enjoy and features some great Chaplin bits such as him eating his shoe and doing the dancing rolls.Watched the 1942 re-release version which is shorter, but I think the it plays at a faster speed, not sure if there's any other difference.Check it out!

Jose R (it) wrote: Brutal, action-packed drama. Gripping as disturbing storyline, blazing martial arts fight sequences and some neat special effects.

Cecily B (it) wrote: Really awful movie, thought it was going to be more interesting because it is rare to see these movies with a male lead that becomes possessed instead of a little girl but it did nothing for me. A few jumpy moments maybe but that could have been because I had my volume too high.

Chase H (fr) wrote: Fuck the critics' reviews. This is an admittedly stupid, but highly entertaining movie. This movie is not recommended for the anhedonic, the elderly, and anyone with a stick more than one inch up inside their rectums.

Alec R (kr) wrote: Record breaking cliches, amateur acting, and shallow directing, this movie is as one dimensional as it gets