There Are Still Slaves in the World

There Are Still Slaves in the World

The film documents modern slave trade through a number of Arabian and African countries, under muslim rule. The filming was conducted both in public places, and sometimes with the use of ...

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Andrew S (ru) wrote: After his latest mission goes disastrously wrong, veteran CIA black ops agent Emerson Kent is given one last chance to prove he still has what it takes to do his job. His new assignment: guarding Katherine, a code operator at a top-secret remote CIA "Numbers Station" where encrypted messages are sent and received. When an elite team of heavily armed assailants lays siege to the station, Emerson and Katherine suddenly find themselves in a life-or-death struggle against an unknown enemy. With the station compromised and innocent lives at stake, they must stop the deadly plot before it's too late.Good performances by John Cusack and Malin Akerman.

Huw G (gb) wrote: An ambling soap opera with characters you can neither like nor detest.

Nick M (fr) wrote: way too long and drawn out. seen it a hundrew times ...husband murders wife and gets away with it

Matt S (es) wrote: Not nearly as good as the crossword puzzle documentary. Vice is rampant in this one, and the excitement of the tournament is buried under exposures of very strange, and discomforting, behavior. I think they had the right idea to make this movie, but they scared me away from watching it again!

Cristbal D (es) wrote: Black humor. It's so much fun watching this in spanish!

Grant S (br) wrote: Ok, ish, but not great. Fairly conventional plot. Good performances though from Pierce Brosnan, Woody Harrelson and Salma Hayek.

Darli S (ag) wrote: Same as the second one... wasn't as good as the first.

David M (gb) wrote: This is hands down the epitome of what every third entry should be. An absolute masterpiece.

Joey S (ag) wrote: The story is a little weak and not all the jokes hit the mark, but there are just enough witty lines and great laughs to make Stardust Memories a trip worth taking. Like Manhattan, it's filmed in beautiful black-and-white, although in this case it's primarily used to evoke Federico Fellini's 8 1/2, from which Stardust Memories draws much of its inspiration. I feel that critics were a little too harsh and quick to judge the movie; it's been called self-indulgent and accused of being an excuse for Allen to express self-pity about being famous. I can understand why they would think that, but it's not nearly as whiney or repulsive as they make it out to be, and the movie does have a number of very funny jokes mixed in with the weaker ones. When compared to his other work, Stardust Memories is more than likely one of the weaker ones, but taken out of the context of Woody Allen's filmography it actually functions as a pretty funny and entertaining comedy, and that's more than enough for me.

Vineeta S (kr) wrote: Through his alter-ego Mastroianni, Fellini escalates his fascination and fear of woman to a futuristic fantasy: escaping a convention of lesbos, he takes refuge with the macho lord of the Phallic Mansion and his gallery of 999 conquests. The 1000th is marked with an operatic adieu to the pre-feminist woman, before Fellini takes on an amusement ride of his own 'assophiliac' encounters.

John B (gb) wrote: This movie is a trip. It's themes are elusive, and its actor-palette a wonderful mix of colors and styles that blend together nicely, creating a surreal, intriguing film.

Greg W (de) wrote: a watered down version of this skip this and see the 1932 version while not in technicolor better version of this

Pierre K (mx) wrote: The master is able to catch the beauty of everyday life in an outstanding poetry .He possessed what I call the art of making boredom entertaining poetic touching and ultimately brilliant.For this reason alone his movie is a must see even though the story at the core is what finally captive us by its universal humanity,and the discovering of the japan of the post war era.Ozu made it again.

Kace C (es) wrote: I'll See You In My Dreams [Haley, 2015] So true about the death I know. So true about the death I don't know. So true about everything, really. 9/10

Chris S (jp) wrote: This one was kind of unnecessary, but it was decently entertaining. It's not a perfect end to the series, but I'm glad I watched it.

Jonathan D (us) wrote: I had never seen this 1985 movie. It was released 1 week after the far superior Weird Science. Everything is cheesy about this movie and there are very few if any laughs.