The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz
Programming prodigy and information activist Aaron Swartz achieved groundbreaking work in social justice and political organizing. His passion for open access ensnared him in a legal nightmare that ended with the taking of his own life at the age of 26.
- Stars:Tim Berners-Lee, Cory Doctorow, Peter Eckersley, Lawrence Lessig, David Segal, David Sirota, Christopher Soghoian, Taren Stinebrickner-Kauffman, Matt Stoller, Aaron Swartz, Trevor Timm, Ben Wikler, Ron Wyden,
- Director:Brian Knappenberger,
- Writer:Brian Knappenberger
The story of programming prodigy and information activist Aaron Swartz, who took his own life at the age of 26. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Here's a riddle, what happens when you get 2 of Disney's movies, Dinosaur, and The Lion King, and mix it with The Land Before Time? I'll tell you: You come up with this Korean masterpiece of a movie. :)
(es) wrote: Uninspired script, some really ridiculous dialogues that provoke either facepalms or laughter or screaming why's, and not many scares at all as a matter of fact. At least it's not very boring or low-budget, and you'll find a lot of things in here that you can laugh at.
(us) wrote: Gut is slow burn horror equal to setting a crock pot on low and letting it stew all day, taking entirely too long to achieve what payoff minimal awaits.
(mx) wrote: How did I miss this movie when it came out??
(de) wrote: You don't often get to see films about Chad. Very simple, quietly humorous in places and ultimately quite satisfying. I liked the ending and rest of the film succeeded in building up some suspense with the gun and the main character's vengeful mission.
(au) wrote: A clash of the titans, and unlike Alien vs. Predator, this one actually delivers what it promises - a satisfying showdown between horror's favorite serial killers.
(gb) wrote: Really good movie except forthe end. The riddles keep you guessing and wondering.
(ru) wrote: One of the great all time music movies. Excellent attention to detail. Awesome cast & very well written. Soundtrack A+
(jp) wrote: Not interested. I generally avoid horror movies.
(us) wrote: Clear to see the makers here attempted to lift the E.T. formula to make a hit of their own. Here a "Mysterious Alien Creature" befriends a boy in a wheelchair. Unintentionally funny. Worth watching for the dance party scene at a local McDonalds alone. Ronald McDonald took home the 1988 Razzie for Worst New Star for his extended cameo here. I've never seen a film with more product placements as Coca-Cola, Skittles, McDonald's, Sears among others are not so subtly displayed on numerous occasions. Was happy to see the alien family sworn in as US citizens at the end.
(de) wrote: Malle's arty and picturesque New Orleans whore house movie. Mainly produced to show Brooke Shields naked butt, however it's better than it sounds.
(kr) wrote: Hell yes...this film is amazing. Don't get it unless you're prepared for campiness and political incorrectness but it's hilarious and on-point for its social and political commentary. Plus, awesome costumes, an inflatable enemy, half-naked women, and Donald Pleasance!!
(nl) wrote: Completely overblown "biopic", but it's chock full of beautiful Gershwin music (duh); aurally pleasing even tho the movie itself doesn't cut it...
(ru) wrote: Not much of a plot, but who cares? Any movie with W.C. Fields, Bela Lugosi, Cab Calloway, Sterling Holloway, Edgar Pangborn, and Rudy Vallee can't be all bad, right? Right. A character actor lover's dream film.Add to that, a goofy plotline about a Chinese scientist who's invented an omniscient super television and you've got the makings of a fun night on the couch.
(fr) wrote: al fin me vi esta tontera, todo lo que puedo decir
(nl) wrote: A very deep, touching, and funny film with a great script. Plus the actors are brilliant and their performances are even better. One of my favorite Jolie performance to date. I mean look at the cast too: Sean Connery, Ryan Phillipe, Gillian Anderson, Dennis Quaid, and the list goes on. It's probably one of the most overlooked and underrated films ever produced.