Part drama, part documentary, The Road to Guantánamo focuses on the Tipton Three, a trio of British Muslims who were held in Guantanamo Bay for two years until they were released without charge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Road to Guantanamo
Part drama, part documentary, The Road to Guantánamo focuses on the Tipton Three, a trio of British Muslims who were held in Guantanamo Bay for two years until they were released without charge.
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Raymond H (kr) wrote: terrific little film. A gem in my view
Benjamin O (ca) wrote: I was surprised to see that Pauly Shore was coming out with a new movie, but being the adventurous person that I am, I thought I would check it out. I had some time to waste, so I watched it online with Netflix and really liked it! I wasn't a huge fan of 'Pauly Shore Is Dead', but I did like Pauly's earlier films (Encino Man, Son-in-Law etc.), and I'm now a fan of this movie! If you have some free time and are looking for something funny check out 'Adopted'. I was pleasantly surprised! Good job Pauly!
Andrew B (us) wrote: Can be stylistically off-putting if you aren't prepared, but this film has incredible payoff. Rookie filmmaker Antonio Campos is no doubt emulating Van Sant, Haneke, and even a bit of Kubrick, but the material is something all his own. Haunting, and only shocking enough to get your attention.
yasminandbell (au) wrote: Mislim da je Jeff Nichols savren po pitanju uspostavljanja naj?udnovatijih atmosfera i pisanju odli?nih scenarija....svi njegovi filmovi najmanje impresioniraju!
Patricia H (mx) wrote: una mujer alemana busca la liberacion de su esposo judio de la gestapo y en ese momento conoce a una nia judia que se ha quedado sin sus padres
Ebony S (nl) wrote: Cuba!!! WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO ME!! I'll never get that hour and a half back! ???
Gwen M (ag) wrote: Watched this for about the 10th time now! inspiration for my son and his upcoming cross country meet. Pre will always be a legend.
Andr D (ag) wrote: Esta cinta aparece en los anales de la historia del cine por ser la primera en filmarse en AUschwitz. Cuenta la historia verdadera de Salamo Arouch (Willem Dafoe), un boxeador judio que sobrevive a los campos de concentracion ganando mas de 200 peleas arregladas por los soldados nazis. Hasta ahi, la cinta promerte mucho, pero el director Robert Young decide convertirla en un melodrama exagerado (con todo y musica de superacion) que la hace casi imposible de soportar y que insulta el sufrimiento judio a partir de los cliches de Hollywood.
Jason S (mx) wrote: The lamest Bonnie and Clyde ripoff.
Corey B (de) wrote: Goldie Hawn's signature movie.....
Nathan H (ru) wrote: Okay overall, but I got bored of it midway through.
Gretchen W (jp) wrote: It didn't make a bit of dam sense!
Mark W (ag) wrote: Novelist Elmore Leonard's writing is always sharp with snappy dialogue and well drawn characters. His stories are so descriptive that he's practically already written the script, making his books easy to adapt to the screen. This was one that had all the ingredients for being another successful transfer from page to screen, but for the fact that it's mediocre and lifeless. Wayne Colson (Thomas Jane) and his estranged wife Carmen (Diane Lane) are placed in the Federal Witness Protection program after witnessing an extortion scheme go wrong. Under the protection of the F.B.I isnt enough though, when experienced hit-man Armand "Blackbird" Degas (Mickey Rourke) and psychopathic young upstart killer Richie Nix (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) are determined to track them down. Notable successful adaptations of Leonard's novels have been Steven Soderbergh's "Out of Sight", Barry Sonnenfeld's "Get Shorty" and Quentin Tarantino's "Jackie Brown" but this actually achieves something that none of them managed to do and something thats not easy to do either... making Elmore Leonard's writing seem dull. This is devoid of any excitement at all. They have taken any form of suspense out and made a slow, lethargic excuse for a thriller. Rourke (as usual) is great in his brooding role and Gordon-Levitt adds some edge to the film as his pyschotic sidekick - roles that were originally intended for Robert DeNiro and Quentin Tarantino - but "Shakespeare in Love" director John Madden gets it all wrong. His treatment is flat, but I'm assuming that the fact the screenplay went through uncredited rewrites and the film itself was held back from release due to extensive cuts (Johnny Knoxville playing a crazy sheriff being a major one) that the whole troubled production has not been kind to its director. It all shows in the end result. If it wasn't for Rourke and Gordon-Levitt, this would be a complete waste of time. A wasted opportunity and an example of how a good story can be wasted in the wrong hands.