This is a feature length political documentary which depicts the notorious tax rebel Tim Eyman and his battles with government in Washington State. Through the use of revealing interviews ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Familia R (ag) wrote: This beautiful movie relates a tragic story in a very familiar way.
Salma G (it) wrote: love it and it's hilarious
Private U (ru) wrote: Such Sweet and Exquisite Sorrow! I found a new musical style that I like. ( : Great performance!
Nicholas R (fr) wrote: Don Cheadle's best work since Hotel Rwanda.
Irene L (it) wrote: Very good story. (VCD April 2007)
Kyle C (us) wrote: A lot of people are not going to like this movie. Yes, it keeps showing the same scene over and over again but it needed to do that so that the audience could understand the ending. Good action scenes but a very bogus car chase, worth a watch I suppose but it's a very small I suppose.
VJ H (it) wrote: Don't take it too seriously. Bit of an homage to Strozseck, Deliverance and other 70s horror movies.
Sergel C (es) wrote: Proof of Life is intelligent, but culturally biased and less than altogether compelling.
Laara C (gb) wrote: Not a very piercing story, just normal drama story. I just like the 50s theme to it.
bill s (br) wrote: Cage seems to sleepwalk through this unfunny,dank stinker of a movie.
Kate L (fr) wrote: A childhood classic. A lifetime favourite! All together now....'When you're out there on your own.....'
Oriol N (kr) wrote: Super-ordenador que acaba controlando el destino de la humanidad... me suena...
Hal M (br) wrote: One of the best movies ever made from a classic novel, thanks to Larry Kramer's skillful screenplay adaptation and Ken Russell's artistic direction. The casting too is inspired, with superb performances by Alan Bates, Oliver Reed and Glenda Jackson. Even the supporting roles, such as Eleanor Bron as Hermione, are remarkable. Add gorgeous location cinematography and a lush musical score and you've got...well...perfection. Best seen on the big screen, if you ever get the chance. Obviously a film can't cover as much ground as a 400 page novel, but this IS reasonably faithful to its plot, theme, and characterizations.
Chaser (nl) wrote: I love Marine Corps Movies but, I hate the Duke!
Brandon S (jp) wrote: Easily one of the greatest movies I've seen. Full of everything you could ask for, including comedy and the best one-liners that last a lifetime. Pure cult classic.
Frank O (kr) wrote: Brilliant acting. Suspensful. Good ending.
Benjamin O (br) wrote: Solidly understated.