Too Hot Not to Handle
Over the past century, consumption of carbon dioxide-emitting fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) has risen to staggering levels, especially in the United States, where five percent of the world's population is responsible for 25 percent of the world's carbon dioxide emissions. TOO HOT NOT TO HANDLE offers a wealth of chilling evidence that the greenhouse effect is intensifying and the Earth is warming faster than at any other time in human history.
- Stars:Michael Oppenheimer, Donald Kennedy, Stephen Schneider, Laurence S. Kalkstein, Richard Somerville, Daniel Schrag, Jonathan Patz, Tom Wigley, Kevin Trenberth, Paul R. Epstein, Jonathan Foley, William Collins, Scott Pattee, Michael Scott, Steve George,
- Director:Maryann DeLeo, Ellen Goosenberg Kent,
- Writer:Susan Joy Hassol
A documentary on the effects of global warming in the United States. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Too Hot Not to Handle torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Dana Adam Shapiro is so talented. Its shot so beautifully. Must watch.
(mx) wrote: The movie was confusing, had to watch it again to fully understand it, then you know it was a really good story.
(gb) wrote: Honestly, I only lasted a portion of the way in. I know Daryl Hannah got a lot of praise, but her character and others were so shrilly defined and their situations so melodramatic that I lost interest quickly. At some point I think the filmmakers confused "non-glamorous" with "as much tragedy as we can pour on."
(ag) wrote: very good documentary of an underappreciated genre of music
(kr) wrote: A calm and composed crime-drama, with a subtle edge. Though meandering and slow at times, the movie is kept together by a revelation of a performance from Jason Patric. Absorbing at times, melancholic at others, Jason Patric digs himself into the role, and comes up on the top. He may, practically, be the only reason why I enjoyed this underplayed thriller.
(es) wrote: What an interesting movie. An old classic i will like to watch over and over again
(kr) wrote: There are such jarring edits in this movie that I honestly felt like I had fallen asleep for a split second several times during it.
(it) wrote: First off The Lords of Salem is yet another film by the brilliant artist-musician-film director Rob Zombie. This movie was released in 2012 and is a story about basically The American Witch. Unlike Rob Zombie's other films The Lords of Salem is a bit of slow starter very heavily detailed. We purchased The Lords of Salem because we are hardcore Rob Zombie fans, we love his music, art, and films. We consider The House of 1000 Corpses to be a complete work of art, "The Devil's Rejects" to be a very great somewhat extension to the first film. Rob Zombie is an artist, his work is more enjoyable to those that truly see him as an artist. Former films directed by Rob Zombies such as his versions of Halloween and Halloween 2 we feel were better than the originals, yet they still held true to the original stories. This all being said, "The Lords of Salem" was more artistry based of a film, slow moving, detailed, but is a hard film to get in to.Now we watched "The Lords of Salem" a few times now, following Heidi (Sheri Moon Zombie) through the story as it slowly exposes that she had a lot to do with a specific coven of witches known as "The Lords of Salem". I can't stress the length of time in this build up enough, maybe too much detail leading up to this was displayed. Of course Rob Zombies' movies are all about the detail which has made them all amazing, this film specifically is just slower based. The film style used in The Lords of Salem is awesome, the characters were played very well, and we also liked the little kick backs here and their noting other movies. Things like Sheri Moon Zombie being referred to as "Baby" for a quick spot in the story, just to name one of these. But yes the cast was perfect, the graphics were very good, and we cannot leave out John 5 for his music contribution and acting.
(us) wrote: A group of party-girls and their boyfriends arrive at a lakeside cabin in the country for a weekend of fun. (Of course there's no cell phone service.) Soon, the titular characters start to attack. The script contains some funny lines and the film was better produced than many of this ilk. More than a few scares, the twists and turns kept it good through the very end. Cortney Palm was super hot! Worth a view.
(ag) wrote: Once you get past its juvenile humor, Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse is a harmless, well-paced and occasionally funny horror comedy.
(ag) wrote: Very Cool. Love the end of the movie when it sync's with the Bowie track.