The film depicts the history and importance of the organization called The National Film Registry that saves the very best in American cinema. The filmmakers interview some of the biggest directors of their time including John Lasseter, Rob Reiner, and Christopher Nolan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
These Amazing Shadows
Documentary about the National Film Registry, featuring clips of films that have been included in the registry, as well as interviews with members of the National Film Registry Board.
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Eric B (ru) wrote: Another awesome DC animated film. This one based off the story line of when Lex Luthor became President and he's of course corrupt. The artwork was a new style of animation and i thought it looked great.
Xinrui C (au) wrote: A movie that is entertaining up to a certain point and then drags on a bit long. Not funny after a certain point, but the premise is humorous enough to ride through the film. At the end, though, there is nothing much to be gained from this movie other than some dull entertainment.
Angela L (jp) wrote: A series of interviews with everyone(TM)s favorite john-shootin(TM) lesbian prostitute, the late Aileen Wuornos (sadly executed in October, 2002) and the people who knew her. The interviews form the backbone of a fascinating exploration of a complex and troubled personality. In filmmaker Nick Broomfield(TM)s interviews you can literally see Aileen(TM)s personality alternately forming and disintegrating in front of your very eyes; calm, patient and sympathetic one minute and seething with incoherent misanthropic rage the next. In some interviews she claims self-defense as her reason for her murders; in others, she claims she killed for the pleasure of it and lied about self-defense; towards the end of her life, she angrily refused to even discuss the reasons for the murders. She flips off the victims one day and tearfully apologizes for their loss the next. What we have left is a compelling portrait of an incredibly damaged woman who was betrayed by everyone who ever mattered to her, and went to her grave relieved that her struggle of a life was finally ending. I felt as much pity as contempt for Aileen, and I(TM)m still left wondering what the truth was, and how much of the story was obscured by our culture of misogyny (especially in a conservative state like Florida). (4/5)
Owain W (es) wrote: Pretty, shitty, city
James W (de) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies. You can't help but care for this cast of odd-balls, deadbeats and drifters. Just sit back and let the movie come to you. If the misadventures One of my favorite films of all time. You can't help but care about this cast of odd-balls, deadbeats and refugees. If the misadventures of Willie, Eddie and Eva don't make you laugh and keep laughing years later, you obviously don't get "it."
Louis M (jp) wrote: Very gory slasher from the 80s Pieces is one of my favorite horror films back from that era. I know the acting is bad but it's still a great film that don't ruin it, wanna see it yourself go ahead it's a very violent film with sexy scenes x
Scott J (mx) wrote: The Lady is pretty to look at, at least...
David K (kr) wrote: pretty danged not good.
Jim F (de) wrote: Looks like Freddie Mercury
Phillip D (au) wrote: Utterly fascinating experiments and the conclusions about human nature they reveal.
Jonathan H (gb) wrote: oh the slow kung-fu of the great David Carridine, the unknown sparring partner Jeff Cooper as the reflection of the western man named Cord, oh and more David Carridine playing more roles in this film than eddy murphy in the nutty prof. not to mention Chris Lee as the all knowing Zetan. i think this is a great and funny film to watch, the fact bruce lee was suppose to be in it in Carridine's place would have been amazing, and knowing Lee, Chucky boy Norris may have played Cord. great underlying thoughts and teachings. this movie will hold a special place in my heart