The March

The March

The March is the feature documentary narrated by Denzel Washington about the renowned and historic 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

The March is the feature documentary narrated by Denzel Washington about the renowned and historic 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tony L (it) wrote: Certainly not to be called an outstanding movie, none the less I found "Jack Reacher Bever Go Back" to be entertaining from bell to bell.

serita b (jp) wrote: looking for a movie to watch. came across this, read the description, ok i will give it the 20 minute rule and it was just what i was looking for. comedy, horror and WTH?!

Matthew M (ru) wrote: 33 million dollars makes for sets that I guess had a lot of budget. I mean I felt like this film was not worth that much seeing it and I had no idea what to expect. I just saw a dinosaur and Whoopi Goldberg together and knew it was something to see. Theodore rex is so annoying and he just talks to himself throughout the movie. Hitting things with his tail is the only thing he is good for. He has like no facial expression and is always being clumsy. Whoopi Goldberg has no desire and you can tell she thinks this is a stupid movie through her acting. I mean OMG this is one of those movies you wonder how it was able to get off the ground. A humanoid dinosaur?That likes cookies has a pet dog and likes another atrocious looking dinosaur that is so bad it is laughable. I don't know it was so painful to watch because I felt bad for the guy who had to walk in that costume. It looked so uncomfortable and Rex could barely walk let alone run.

p b (br) wrote: And now you know why I can't take Selleck seriously. He was good as Magnum, but he kind of got stuck there.

Jaret M (it) wrote: Matthew Broderick is perfect as Neil Simon's autobiographical Eugene in boot camp just before the end of WWII. The film is anchored by great performances, most notably Broderick, Corey Parker, and Christopher Walken in one of his all-time best roles. Although relate-able, and familiar, the film relies too much on "boot camp" cliches and not enough on the wonderful relationships of these fully realized characters. Often, this results in an uneven handling of the dramatic and comedic moments, but the final climactic scene with Broderick, Walken, and that .45 is yet another example of how Nichols perfectly transcends his stage sensibilities to film.

Tasos L (us) wrote: one of the worst sequels i've seen in my entire life.. that was 88 minutes i'll never get back!!

Amanda C (mx) wrote: A sweet little story, with some nice little performances. This film makes interesting use of sound, some of which works and some of which doesn't. It's understandable that Clair was exparimenting as sound technology was relativily new, but there should be a point to the loss of voices. He's trying not to rely on the human voice, and the story is simple enough to not need aa great deal of explination, but when the soundtrack overwelmes the diegetic sound in the middle of a street, abruptly, it's jarring and a bit disconcerting. Overall the film is well shot, well acted with a georgous theme, but the sound mixing could use some work.

Zeu P (us) wrote: Excalibur is one of my favourite films. Boorman's version is 'of a time,' but even today this version is still the definitive screen version of the story of King Arthur. The casting is prophetic. Nicol Williamson, starring as Merlin, was already known as one of the greatest actors of his time. We didn't know it yet, but cast members Gabriel Byrne, Helen Mirren, Liam Neeson and Patrick Stewart were destined for greatness. Ireland provided the surreal environment, becoming a character itself. Boorman's dream-like imagery challenged and redefined how people now see Arthurian legend.Some reports are that Boorman had actually intended to shoot Lord of the Rings, but Ralph Bakshi secured the rights instead (and later released his animated version.) So Boorman simply repurposed the design and pre-production intended for Tolkien. I think it's interesting that in Excalibur we may also be getting a glimmer into an alternate universe how Boorman's Lord of the Rings might have looked.

O S (au) wrote: no plot no effects no acting.this is how you make money in hollywood!!!

Jamie R (it) wrote: Predictable, boring, and wastes the talent of Boaz Yakin, Uptown Girls is a boring film and Dakota Fanning is an annoying brat.

Robert H (ag) wrote: Any film that has the hero forcing the bad guy eat a watch is my kinda film. This is one the last un-pc films that had reign in cinema from Nixon to Bush Sr. It's man's man film. Danny Trejo has a bit role in the film.

Johnathan M (de) wrote: A funny and yet dark in parts film. Excellent performances from Emma Thompson and Robert Carlyle and not forgetting Ray Winstone. A good story, well told.