The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream
Since World War II North Americans have invested much of their newfound wealth in suburbia. It has promised a sense of space, affordability, family life and upward mobility. As the population of suburban sprawl has exploded in the past 50 years Suburbia, and all it promises, has become the American Dream. But as we enter the 21st century, serious questions are beginning to emerge...
- Stars:Barrie Zwicker, James Howard Kunstler, Peter Calthorpe, Michael Klare, Richard Heinberg, Matthew Simmons, Michael Ruppert, Julian Darley, Colin Campbell, Steve Andrews, Ali Samsam Bakhtiari, Kenneth Deffeyes,
- Country:Canada, USA, France
- Director:Gregory Greene,
- Writer:Gregory Greene
The modern suburbs have ultimately become an unsustainable way of living. They were originally developed in an era of cheap oil, when the automobile became the center of the way people ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: Great premise, awful execution.
(au) wrote: I enjoy Charlie Sheen. Two years ago I was one of the people who fully got a kick out of his antics when he went rogue. This film though is a self-indulgent mess with a lead character that has to be one of the most unlikeable and appealing characters in film history. Anti-heroes are great when done right. Here, we spend time with a pure douche-bag with no redeeming qualities what so ever.
(es) wrote: Laughably bad production. ant to see an old monster movie - watch King Kong instead! Terrible production and inconsistent editing also hinder the film. The dinosaurs are everyday lizards with bits stuck on them and there are copious amounts of household spiders with a green glow to make them look 'scary'. The only shocks come with how bad the film is.
(gb) wrote: (First and only viewing - 4/3/2010)
(gb) wrote: No matter how uncomfortable the intensity, you can't look away.
(gb) wrote: A difficult but cathartic trash-classic that deserves its place in the canon.
(kr) wrote: Grand Hotel used parallel storytelling much like Crash and Magnolia did. The difference is, Grand Hotel's multiple stories didn't have much more than a location to connect them. However, each character offered a very intriguing story - making it a powerful drama. On top of that, it serves as a time-capsule for the glitz and glamour of early Hollywood.
(ru) wrote: What a pleasure it is to a print of this film. Visually, it's masterful.
(de) wrote: I own this on Blu-Ray in a two movie pack along with:* Any Which Way You Can (1980)and i also own it on DVD.
(it) wrote: "Flashbacks of a Fool" is simple and thoughtful, with Daniel Craig bringing a sophistication to his role. Despite being immersed in a rather basic coming-of-age plot, Harry Eden is catapulted into a much more dramatic role with help from Olivia Williams, Felicity Jones, and Jodhi May, who all deliver memorable performances, making Eden come off as a stronger actor. With its raw nature and fine-tuned story, this drama delivers more than expected.