The Day Reagan Was Shot is a 2001 film made for television directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh. The film stars Richard Dreyfuss as Alexander Haig and Richard Crenna as Ronald Reagan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Day Reagan Was Shot
The Day Reagan Was Shot is a 2001 film made for television directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh. The film stars Richard Dreyfuss as Alexander Haig and Richard Crenna as Ronald Reagan.
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Nicholas W (ag) wrote: Fascinating and disturbing documentary portrait of one of the epic rise-and-falls of network television and one of the forefathers of HATE and ANGER TV ala Bill O'Reilly.
Gina F (ca) wrote: touching. great swim shots. great soundtrack. good acting.
Teija R (us) wrote: Olen nhnyt ennenkin, mutta on niin huono etten muistanut kuin hyvn nkiset miehet ja naiset.
Soheil W (br) wrote: The best comedy I have ever seen so far. A story about two cannabis dealer who are getting in trouble... So funny!
Rashad P (gb) wrote: Your fix of hilariousness and fast paced martial arts action.
Jim E (fr) wrote: It is so over-the-top, absurd and facetious that it is hard to tell where the seriousness lies, if it lies anywhere. Is the reconciliation of Ms. Fishpaw and her children supposed to be moving (i.e. serious; in the same manner as a 7th Heaven episode), or is it just in the film to (seriously) make fun of teenager-parent family melodrama? If you don't reflect on it at all, the latter might be the obvious choice. But to view this movie as simply making fun of suburban family melodrama is very simplistic, because the facetiousness of the film goes so far that it seems to double back on itself, making fun of that very interpretation, or making fun of "simply making fun of". Anyone who thinks that they have a straightforward, unambiguous reading of Polyester is falling into its trap. As for its entertainment value, I think it is really fun to watch, but there are definitely people who don't "get it", and there is nothing wrong with that. It is probably a sign of a healthy psychological makeup to not "get" this film. But I do, and I'm glad.
Dennis L (jp) wrote: Barely believableThis is in part a farcical takeoff on the kind of teen movie that pits a good, wholesome girl perhaps from the wrong side of the tracks against a clique of socially snobby girls. I have in mind films such as Mean Girls (2004), Pretty in Pink (1986) and Cruel Intentions (1999). Here the premise (she's an orphan trained since childhood to be an international assassin) is more than a bit ridiculous but has the virtue of serving up a heroine as fashionable as TV's Super Girl and Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen.Hailee Steinfeld plays the awkward girl trying to have a normal high school life as an exchange student. She's sweet, honorable, emotionally vulnerable and has little idea about how a teenaged American girl should act. However, thanks to her training she is tougher than the biggest dude on campus, which might come in handy.I only want to say one more thing about this surprisingly fun movie: you know the formula: the good girl overcomes the mean girls, rejects the bad boy, and finds the perfect boyfriend (who is not all that popular but is also good and true) and lives happily ever after while the audience lives vicariously in triumph over their own high school demons. Or not. See this pleasant diversion and find out. --Dennis Littrell, author of "Cut to the Chaise Lounge or I Can't Believe I Swallowed the Remote"
Sanity Assassin (es) wrote: fun, gritty brit flick
Movie f (fr) wrote: A sharp, if a bit contrived, dark comedy about two women who scheme to get millions from a mob boss after one them accidentally killed his brother. Very good film.
Waleed A (fr) wrote: fun horror movie with some great scenes and a cool premise. there is some cheesiness and some random signs that seem irrelevant but still enjoyable. (about 3 viewings)
David B (au) wrote: "Avengers: Age of Ultron" is a sometimes daffy, occasionally baffling, surprisingly touching and even romantic adventure with one kinetic thrill after another. It earns a place of high ranking in the Marvel Universe. Josh Whedon has already announced that he won't be on board for the next installment, and you can hardly blame him. These films don't require a director. All they need are bean counters. However, The sharp, interpersonal dramedy that made the first movie such a delight is again present in flashes, but not infrequently it is drowned out by the noisy, inevitable need to Save the World. The cast, of course, are perfect and have now adapted to their roles.