The Coca-Cola Case
Two lawyers and labor rights' activists, Daniel Kovalik of the United Steel Workers of America and Terry Collingsworth of the International Rights Advocates, and their partner Ray Rogers of Corporate Campaign firmly believe that US multinational corporations should be held accountable for the shabby practices of their business associates throughout the world. To lead their battle, they resort to a law dating back to the origin of the American Constitution - The Alien Tort Claims Act - which allows foreigners to file suit in the U.S. against Americans who violate international laws. The film tells the story of their fight against one of America's stellar icons: the Coca-Cola company.
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The Coca-Cola Case torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: It's an eye-opening film , It uplifted my emotions &it changed my perspective about life.
(it) wrote: Of course "Zero Theorem" will not be to everyone's liking and those in need of a traditional and linear narrative are best advised to skip this one. This is no surprise for anyone familiar with Terry Gilliam, but unlike some of his later cinematic adventures, this one might actually be his best film since "12 Monkeys".Terry Gilliam was always a brilliant stylist and even his worst films had there fair share of breathtaking imagery(and some nice ideas, here and there) and one can notice that in "Zero Theorem" as well in scenes of sheer beauty and in a "Dark Side of Fellini" way of imagining our future.What makes "Zero Theorem" stand apart is that, underneath the seeming chaos, there is a very well thought out film, a film unafraid to show its "sensitive side" in scenes of great emotional power. On the other hand, the wave of complaints about this flick being to muddled, experimental, incomprehensible is unfounded. Actually, while some things about it are, indeed, eerie, the film is not difficult to get, nor is its logic too "exotic". That it is an unusual film, yes, that's true. But that's not to say is one without interest or point, for that matter. Actually, from it's very opening act, "Zero Theorem" is very firm and clear on the path it will follow and the ideas it will exhibit. Yes, those ideas as not new, but this is irrelevant: if you are looking for a new message, stop watching movies, cause no film will give you that. No film should. What this film does - and does very well, by the way - is to create the perfect world to mirror these ideas. I said before that there is a method to this seeming chaos, because the film progresses in a certain way. It starts from being noisy, frantic, surreal, but, little by little, it becomes clearer and more compelling. It mirrors its protagonist, also.I am giving max. rating and I admit it might be a bit too much, but I think cinema needs more films like this and more directors bold enough to follow their own vision, instead of listening to billboard charts, pop prizes and other things alike.My two cents: 5/5.
(kr) wrote: Colour, music, light and darkness. It's a love letter to Havana and a very entertaining one.
(jp) wrote: Funny Movie, not something great, but Enjoyable !
(de) wrote: 4.5/5. One of the best exorcism movies I've seen.
(au) wrote: This is a film that will inevitably put the viewer in a difficult position for many different reasons, though many of those reasons will involve violence. While not necessarily terrible, the story is paced quite slowly, but it seems so caught up in its orgy of relatively tame, yet quasi-sexist violence that it ends up going nowhere. The characters don't work as well as they should, and that's mainly due to the fact that the performances aren't very convincing. I think the film-makers attempted this film to have some emotional context, but the performances seem all too clinical to make any emotional impact. The film does present itself better than its written, but it looks very bland and dry, and by the end, it'll look as though they ran out of money for the special effects (as can be seen by the cheap-looking fire effects). Whether it was divisive or not, there's one thing I can certainly say one thing for sure: it was incredibly disappointing and boring, though not completely terrible.
(jp) wrote: Inspired movie with Cheryl Hines and William H. Macy who play parents of a boy who can't find a prom date.
(de) wrote: This movie is cute but it does not go with the continued first one at all.
(us) wrote: This one is silly and forgettable, but i still kinda enjoyed it. Helps if you ever watched wrestling in the 80s and 90s. For wrestling fans only!
(gb) wrote: Historia sobre un estafador que desarrolla una conciencia, partiendo en bsqueda de limpiarla a Camboya a buscar a su socio timador, en el camino se va a enamorar, aprender el valor de la amistad y emprendera un camino sin retorno hacia una nueva vida. A ratos lenta, pero en general buena. Hace mucho que no vea a James Caan hacer nada.
(it) wrote: From the moment you look at the box and see Mark Hammil's face with the image of the Guyver you know this film is going to be horrible. The fact that it mis-represnts who the Guyver is in the movie just cause Mark Hamill is a famous name tells you more. With blatant D-Movie acting and stereotypes, horrible casting in general, and uninspired set design, the only saving grace of this movie was the designs of the Zoanoids and the Guyver itself. While it's near impossible to re-produce some of the designs of the zoanoids from the manga or anime, only one design, the main stooge zoanoid, is close to some of the icons of the source material. Even the Guyver itself, while visually very similar, looks like they skinned a chameleon and used it for the mottled lizard-like armor, and then painted it a very bad dark blue color, making it not stand out especially with the dark set lighting for the majority of the combat scenes, though it's visibly brighter during the "rebirth" sequence. And even that comes out extremely hokey with the 'Jaws inspired' cutting of the abdomen, and coming full sized out of such a compact space (while it screams anime, it just doesn't look as believable on film.) All in all, avoid this movie at all costs, and skip right to Guyver 2: Dark Hero.
(ru) wrote: I really enjoyed watching Dr. Who give a truly dynamic, physical performance of Hamlet.Tennant doesn't so much play Hamlet as inhabits the character to the point where it is almost impossible to tear one's eyes away from his performance. And then there's the Bard's wonderful words. Listening to Shakespeare is like taking a lesson in the history of English aphorisms. Three thumbs up!
(fr) wrote: Atmospheric thriller. One of Karloff's best!
(nl) wrote: Was not based on the game at all. Was a rip-off of the hit gaming series.
(br) wrote: I don't care what anyone says, this movie is my 2nd favourite Friday The 13th movie it's got good kills, good gore, high body count and yeah so what if we don't see much of Jason, I love the idea that he gets blown up and his spirit goes around possessing people, so I'm gonna give this movie 2 thumbs up and 5 stars! :)
(it) wrote: A very well put together movie filled with lots of action and Kung fu. One of the biggest accomplishments was how ip man is shown to still be gentle and noble no matter what
(mx) wrote: Well, directed and acted but comes across as the version of FUNNY GAMES Haneke was taking the mickey out of.
(br) wrote: "Tess" es una cinta que es epica e intima a la vez, mas cerca a una produccion de David Lean que de Roman Polanski. A pesar de su larga duracion y un ritmo lento y evocativo, esta no aburre gracias a la magnifica actuacion de Nastassja Kinski (sin duda una de las presencias mas atractivas en el cine) y gracias a la hermosa produccion. Aunque la historia de "Tess" es tragica, Polanski la mantiene alejada del melodrama convencional conviertiendola en una pelicula poderosa sobre la vida de una mujer pobre atrapada por las convenciones sociales de la epoca. Recomendable.