The Cartel

The Cartel

In his first feature film, director Bob Bowdon takes aim at America's public school system, revealing a self-serving network of wasteful cartels that squander funding and fail to deliver when it comes to academic testing and basic skills. Both parents and teachers want change, but reform is an uphill battle in the face of heel-digging bureaucrats and so-called "dropout factories." It's a bona fide crisis that's burgeoning out of control.

American public schools have been growing progressively worse. According to the U.S. Department of Education national testing, only 35% of American high school seniors are proficient in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Cartel torrent reviews

Alan Q (ca) wrote: This predictable movie, like the family in this movie, failed to rise to the bar Margo Martindale set. John Krasinski not only created a treacly, disingenuously self-pitying character but directed actors who have otherwise given reliably good work in other films in embarrassing unfortunate performances.

Paul A (nl) wrote: Pretty dumb yet entertaining.

Zahid C (mx) wrote: Day: SundayDate: 31 Mar 2013Time: 10.30 pmWith: No oneOn: HDTV

Nicki P (us) wrote: A good Belgian movie with the typical Ghent dialect and dialogs! I enjoyed it!!

Cory H (gb) wrote: One of my favorite films of all time. It's non stop intensity, and the violence that happens in this movie seems ten times more violent than horror film you will ever see. I love every second of this masterpiece.

Agelicaso (us) wrote: really liked it! so realistic...

Megan R (ru) wrote: I love this little movie my favorite horse is still and my favorite person is malinda

Toby J (ca) wrote: Killed the British film industry

James H (mx) wrote: Rousing World War II story, good cast but it is pretty routine for the time. Good pace, it always held my interest. The characters are well developed. Combines war drama with a documentary style approach.

Richard D (de) wrote: An interesting attempt to turn an Ed McBain novel into "M*A*S*H". It almost works, mostly thanks to a really excellent cast. The film is too loosely structured to effectively tell the story and not really funny enough to justify all the rambling dialogue. If it had moved a little further in either direction, it probably would have worked. Watch for an extremely young Brian Doyle-Murray in his film debut.

Chesty M (nl) wrote: Hilarious look at the hippie subculture and their parents who try to "get it". Cameos by Ike and Tina Turner, and Carly Simon.

Steve W (br) wrote: Dynamic direction and a solid climax make for good Zatoichi installment. Visiting the grave of a dead man he should not have killed, Zatoichi gets mixed up in a robbery and 1000 ryo of gold are stolen from farmers, and he is the prime suspect. It eventually spirals into one of the better climaxes, as Zatoichi's opponent is mean spirited and doesn't play fair. Its the sweet musical cues and cool camera angles that make this one memorable.

Accurate M (kr) wrote: I don't get the hate. Sure, it's not as good as the last one, but it's still freaking amazing.

Danny R (ag) wrote: A riveting suspense thriller about a New Orleans homicide detective named Wes Block, played by Clint Eastwood in a remarkable performance who goes off the sexual deep end when is wife leaves him, as he explores the darker side of sexuality, at same time a sadistic serial killer is terrorizing the city with string of sex murders, Eastwood finds he has much common with the psychotic he is pursuing, two men on opposing sides of the law with the same taste in sleaze sex. Expert supporting performances from Genevieve Bujold, Dan Hedaya, Jenny Beck, and Alison Eastwood. A well-crafted, exciting thriller that is brilliantly written and directed by Eastwood's protegee Richard Tuggle. Highly Recommended.

Marah R (nl) wrote: Josh hutcherson gives a credible performance in Escobar and proves his skills as a profound actor outside of the Hunger Games world. Despite the films inadequate cuts and inconsistent plot line, it is still enjoyable to watch.