A documentary that investigates the ways in which the civil liberties of American citizens and immigrants have been rolled back since September 11 and the passing of the Patriot Act.

A documentary that investigates the ways in which the civil liberties of American citizens and immigrants have been rolled back since the September 11 and the Patriot Act. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Carlos Z (au) wrote: Dark comedy about how one's faith clouds our relations with family

eni r (nl) wrote: I didn't really get the point of this movie

Lewis C (us) wrote: Diabolical. No stars.

Daniel C (ag) wrote: Hysterical, dry comedy.

Joe I (it) wrote: Sarah Polley became my favorite actress after this performance of a terminally ill mother who becomes selfless for her family. What would you do if you knew you were going to die? Beautiful story.

Andrew R (de) wrote: Phone Booth is surprisingly a very entertaining film for such a small set. Dialogue drives the film as everything comes from close up shots of Colin Farrell speaking to the sniper who knows everything about him. The film leave some things unanswered. There's very little motive behind the terrorist and some of the sequences don't add up. Still a good film that makes great use of dialogue.

Luke L (gb) wrote: a more exciting sequel to a bad star trek movie it cared more about it's story more darker themes included plus stock's death and had a similar look to the original series

Steve M (it) wrote: A pair of Hong Kong police inspectors, Dragon and Wang (Li and Leih), must break the counterfeiting ring of local crimelord Han (Han) before he completes a deal with Japanese organized crime and floods Hong Kong and Japan with fake United States dollars. Bands of Kung Fu fighters wait to beat on them around every corner, however. "The Image of Bruce Lee" has a razor thin plot that exists only to get the main characters from one fight scene to the next. Unless you're watching the film because you're interested in staged martial arts fights, you're going to start getting bored after the second or third, because most of them are just like the one that happened a few minutes before. (Only two of the combats are remotely interesting--one where a Japanese gangster (playedby Bolo Yeun) takes on a bunch of Chinese hoods while using a pair of handcuffs as a slashing weapon, and another where Bruce Li take on the same gang of thugs a little later and ends up in a battle that seems like an early version of the sort of Prop Fu material that Jackie Chan would make his trademark a few years later. The rest just aren't all that good, even taking into account the period this movie dates from.) An even bigger problem than the lackluster fight scenes is the fact that what little story we have is as boring as they are. Not only boring, but badly constructed. Li and Leih Police Inspectors Dragon and Wang) have got to be the very worst inspectors in all of Hong Kong, as they can't tail a suspect without getting spotted and getting into a fight, they can't conduct survaillance without getting spotted and getting into a fight, and they can't ask a suspect to come down to the station without violating all sorts of police procedures and getting into a fight. If played for laughs--and the film's opening scene makes you think that you're actually in for a comedy--these incompetent boobs might have made for amusing viewing, but this film takes itself so seriously that it doesn't even feature the Standard Issue Comic Relief Character that seemed to be a [i]must[/i] in films from this period. Although, I suppose the slutty femme fatale from England (whose clothes came off to treat the viewer to some full-frontal nudity whenever the film got [i]really[/i] boring might vaguely fill that slot. But not quite. This is one humorless movie... desptie the fact the man bad guy's gimmick is the throw silver coins so hard they imbed themselves deeply in wood and might thus presumable kill someone, even if he never shown doing so.) Actually, the opening scene is probably the best part of the movie. Dragon scales the side of a building to save a man who is about to committ suicide, because he lost his business and reputation because of the counterfeiting ring Dragon will soon be called upon to break. Dragon's attempt ends in a blackly humorous way that didn't set the tone for the film, but should have. All in all, "The Image of Bruce Lee" is one that you should probably avoid looking at. (By the way, the title is drawn from a single line in the film, when its suggested that Inspector Dragon should become an actor because he looks like Bruce Lee. While I don't think he looks very much like Bruce Lee, Bruce Li DID spend much of his career in Bruceplotation movies. This is not one of those, so I suspect that line was an attempt at levity... that got the flm turned into a Bruceploitation movie when it was exported to America. There are no images of Bruce Lee that I noticed anywhere in the film.) The Image of Bruce Lee (aka "Storming Attacks") Starring: Bruce Li, Chang Leih, John Cheung, Yin-Chieh Han, Bolo Yeun, and Danna Director: Kuen Yeung

Leandro C (ag) wrote: "Hey, stick around. Talk awhile."Se tem algo que eu sei sobre cinema, que ningum fez filmes sobre "fracassos" melhor do que John Huston.

Jos M (gb) wrote: Con reminisencias a La Soga, este es un film sobre dos amigos que creen haber cometido el asesinato perfecto. Buen drama de Richard Fleischer donde destaca Orscon Welles en el papel de abogado, en glorioso blanco y negro.

Pedro S (es) wrote: The film needs a tomatometer. I give it a 65%. A small size film, with a big deal of tension, even nowadays, and well resolved. Lupino and Rayn are just great.

Grant H (nl) wrote: Fairly bad movie. Not that funny, not very original, with pretty bad performances from the cast.

James H (fr) wrote: Definitely a cult film. Parts of this film are very funny and now iconic. A couple of performances are good and the way it represents working in an office looks realistic. The biggest problem is the character Milton. He's supposed to be funny but he was one of the most annoying characters ever put to screen. Took a lot of my pleasure away from the movie.