Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel
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Galvy F (br) wrote: When we have to make the most of this self made world, to become self made hit men. When what we make of ourselves is other things when we are out to make a dollar. When what makes us who we are is our past mistakes and whatever we are good at that we can do to make an dishonest day's living. When making a honest living, we stay out of, but close enough to finance those whom do the dirty work. When we are self made hit men when that's all we believe, and know what to do to make an American living. When others make of themselves either as liars, story tellers or pawns, we make the best opportunity to capitalize. When making others take the fall to gain a profit is just in the cards we do and run out fast. When we make others natural fools and take the hit when they didn't do snything, had it coming along time ago and they got a pass. When we make ourselves smart, getting away with murder and cash, we have something soon coming to us. When we make our lives more difficult and others lives more difficult to live. When we make ourselves visible, open to the public and an open target, we naturally get caught and others get killed. When what we make of ourselves from others, we can't get away when there is a price on our head from those you can't screw over. When we have to make the choice of betraying others to save ourselves, we make the smart decision. When we are made a fool of, made to do something, made to pay the price for our actions, we naturally get killed. When what we make of ourselves in this place we call the American Dream, this place we call home, we live all as one, we make the best of this dismal life and become hit men, made to existinquish the scum whom threaten to rust and carode civilization. When we are naturally Made in America.
Philip S (gb) wrote: Bernie Madoff is one of the most hated individuals in the history of the United States. He is so hated because of a crime that cost countless others their entire lives. Now, in the new documentary, "Chasing Madoff" audiences see exactly the devastation that Madoff brought not only on single individuals and families, but also potentially on the entire economic system of the United States. And all it took to reveal this was one single person.Harry Markopolous tells his story in this stunning work, of how he came to discover the massive financial fraud being covered by Madoff. It all began a decade before Madoff was eventually arrested at 8:30 in the morning on December 11, 2008. In the course of his story, Markopolous tells viewers how scared he was to really delve into the case and bring it to light. He explains that another whistleblower had been beaten and left for dead because of that person's attempt to uncover wrongdoings. That alone puts this real life story up there with some of the best legal thrillers by the likes of author John Grisham. Viewers also see how Madoff actually covered up his crime for so long before finally being caught. That too, made this such an enthralling work, as it makes one wonder how he got away with it for so long. That leads to another eye opening aspect of the documentary. What's really eye opening in this documentary isn't so much the massive extent of Madoff's Ponzi scheme. But that as a result of its discovery, members of the SEC and the federal government started pointing fingers at each other, sniping at one another like a bunch of children. Seeing this behavior in the context of the Madoff case serves to prove exactly why Americans are so fed up with Wall Street and the people charged with monitoring its behaviors. While it is a documentary, it's not exactly presented in the standard mold of a documentary. Through interviews with those who lost their money thanks to Madoff, and the people sniffing out Madoff's trail, those who are really interested in this massive financial fraud scheme will really find themselves enthralled by the whole presentation. "Chasing Madoff" is one of the most gripping real life dramas in modern history. It's the kind of stuff that simply cannot be made up, to use a phrase. But it's definitely the stuff that can be made into stories. It's also a perfect documentary for college level finance and business classes. It serves as a reminder of everything that can happen as a result of one person's misdeeds. Most of all (bad joke here), it serves as a reminder that for criminals on any level, crime simply doesn't pay. Anyone who followed the madoff case remembers that as a result of his crimes, he will likely die in prison, having been sentenced to nearly two hundred years in prison for his crimes. The sad reality of all of this is that while Madoff may never see the light of day again outside prisn walls, those who lost everything will likely never regain their sense of trust among so much more. All of this in mind, Chasing Madoff is one of those documentaries that will alsways have a niche audience. But it will most definitely never be forgotten.
Andrew S (us) wrote: Sam Rockwell is great, but the story is too predictable.
Stephanie H (de) wrote: Love laughing and family guy is awesome and funny
Jennifer H (kr) wrote: I'm confused. In this movie, Ed Gein is small, hoaky, dorky and awkward...
Ashley H (de) wrote: Vatel is a disappointing film. It is about a penniless prince who invites Louis XIV to three days of festivities at a chateau in Chantilly in 1671. Gerard Depardieu and Uma Thurman give horrible performances. The screenplay is badly written. Roland Joffe did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
Manuela C (mx) wrote: Disculpen la emocion, pero es que esta pelicula me resulto maravillosa. Es el tipo de film que solo mando a ver a mi costado masoquista. Sin embargo, aqui Pontecorvo me engaa y me muestra la triste realidad pero desde el punto de vista de las payasadas y locura del personaje. En el mejor de los casos el espectador sale de la sala con una confirtante sensadion de esperanza y autoevaluacion. Por favor, no se la pierdan
Lee M (fr) wrote: Your enjoyment of Slappy and the Stinkers will be directly proportional to your ability to be amused by a farting seal.
Bastien M (kr) wrote: Meme sans Hollywood et ses biftons, meme sans un support comme l'oeuvre de Tolkien ou un gorille de 30 metres de haut, Peter Jackson sait raconter une histoire. Et ici, une belle : celle de Colin McKenzie, pionnier des pionners de l'histoire du cinema, ayant tout invente avant tout le monde... Sauf que c'est faux ! En 50 minutes Jackson finit par semer le doute dans nos esprits, et pour un spectateur non averti l'illusion pourra meme etre parfaite. Forgotten Silver, c'est l'essence meme du cinema mis en avant : de l'illusion de la realite, toujours.
Seth Y (ca) wrote: A predictable buddy action/comedy movie that has been done a hundred times before. That being said, this isn't terrible and is somewhat enjoyable. As always, Martin Lawrence provides most of the laughs. This film was released in 2003, but feels more like 1995. Although the story is generic and forgettable, this movie does provide some entertainment. 3 stars.