The Invisible War
An investigative and powerfully emotional documentary about the epidemic of rape of soldiers within the US military, the institutions that perpetuate and cover up its existence, and its profound personal and social consequences.
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Rob B (de) wrote: Cronenberg paid his way long ago, so I'm not going to bitch about a cinematic fart once in a while.
RA L (ru) wrote: Interesante conceptualizacin y texto, pero no es tan atractiva visualmente como se pretende. / Interesting conceptualization and text, but it is not as visually attractive as intended.
Sandra L (nl) wrote: palomera pero no se porqu me gust
Marischa B (jp) wrote: The first thing I noticed was the unique look of the Canon 5D camera. Expectedly there are some really nice cinematographic moments which are only possible with this camera setup.The story gradually drags you in, and the photogenic actors and performances help a lot. It is not the typical "seen it all" Jennifer-Aniston kinda-romance type story and clich, but rather a sexy written "bad-boy/good-girl got knocked up in a one night stand" kinda story.The dialog is sexy and well written.Most importantly the runtime is manageable.Anyone who is sick of romance-movies in general, especially the usual, Clich-spiced stew, should still check this movie out. Definitely above average.
Hunter W (ca) wrote: It's captivating to behold Middle Earth for the first time on the big screen thanks to Peter Jackson's superb direction. Furthermore its large but wonderful cast brings life to its timeless characters that seem to spring right off the pages.
Mike B (gb) wrote: The odd and funny film that almost certainly influenced the writers of the stories for films like "Stand by Me" and "Weekend at Bernie's." Harry is dead, but won't stop popping up where he is not wanted. Everyone suspects that they caused Harry's demise, which complicates their simple rural New England lives.
Ash M (fr) wrote: The setting in this movie was perfectly crafted. I would probably say this is the most underrated Kubrick work.