Uncovered: The War on Iraq
The feature-length version of producer/director Robert's Greenwald's short documentary phenomenon "Uncovered: The Whole Truth About The Iraq War." The film deconstructs the current American administration's case for war in Iraq through interviews with U.S. intelligence professionals, diplomats and former Pentagon officials, including a former director of the C.I.A., two former Secretaries of Defense, a former ambassador to Saudi Arabia and even President Bush's former Secretary of the Army.
- Stars:David Albright, Robert Baer, Milton Bearden, Rand Beers, Hans Blix, Jeff Bornstein, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Bill Christison, David Corn, Philip Coyle, John Dean, Patrick Eddington, Ari Fleisher, Chas Freeman,
- Director:Robert Greenwald,
In this documentary feature, filmmaker Robert Greenwald chronicles the Bush Administration's case to invade Iraq following the events of Sept. 11, 2001. The film examines the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Uncovered: The War on Iraq torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Severely misguided. Greenfield's character basically kills it.
(nl) wrote: If you don't have to time to read African World History take the time to watch this...
(mx) wrote: Wasn't a bad movie. Antonio did a great job.
(ru) wrote: Good, but had the potential to be great.
(mx) wrote: Well... it's shrektastic
(jp) wrote: i didnt get the whole point of this movie, losers X losers X losers, the only good thing was Liv Tylor in the movie. Casey Affleck did one of his worst movies ever. it is serialic or i dont know, just dont see it, unless ur a depressed person
(jp) wrote: Actually a lot better than what I expected. I only watched this one because it was leant to me, and also I really like Mira Sorvino, so decided to give it the benefit of the doubt despite how bad it looked.First of all, Mariah Carey is awful in this. Just awful. She has gained a little more respect from me since she did "Precious" (i did not even recognise her in that one!) but this is 2002, and her performance is right up there with Glitter. Also the "mob" guys are very cliched and not the best acting.(Also kind of racist, as one of the waitresses remarks that all Italian restaurants are run by criminals. Nice).Mira Sorvino is good, I think she normally is. Luckily the story mainly follows her as Meg, a woman who has had some type of trauma (I don't think they every fully explain what, or maybe I just missed that part - although I honestly did watch this one all the way through!). She has come home to stay with her Grandmother who seems to have some type of dementia, and she gets a job in an Italian restaurant. It's obvious the guys running it are pretty shady, but the full extent of it doesn't become apparent until she is in too deep to leave, setting up some horrible and unsettling situations.In the meantime she has made good friends with the other two waitresses there played by Mariah and Melora Walters (who is okay - not outstanding - but next to Mariah, definitely okay). This strikes me as a straight to DVD movie. I was so-so with it until about an hour in when it does pick up and it has a few interesting twists, the final one which actually left me teary. (However, I think that was more to do with a personal issue in my life over a friend I lost - I really don't think the acting was that great in this to credit it with that!). I didn't mind this movie. Definitely there are worse ones to spend an hour and a half with.
(au) wrote: Quite an intense watch, the script is good, and the ease at which they get to the deadly scenario is scary.
(jp) wrote: Hilariously low budget sci-fi. This late 70's campy film is about a guy down on his luck who finds an alien gun in the desert and then...well..let the bad acting begin! eh eh. Now what I love about this movie is that it really takes itself seriously. This is a B-movie fan's dream. The main actor (clearly cast because he looked like "Luke Skywalker"),was horrible but so funny! The movie's budget seems to be spend in explosions that didn't bring anything to the story which was fine by me, (all this new computer animated crap is simply not the same)so yep, tons of explosions all around and ..well that's it.The storyline is dumb and silly. The aliens on the movie were made out of animated clay and...that's it...if your in the mood for a crap-tastic funny sci-fi dig your teeth on this 70's candy. It might be expired...but it still might please your B-movie appetite. Highly recommended ONLY for B- movie lovers....Oh by the way Roddy Mcdowall is in it...which means he was really taking any job available at the time...
(au) wrote: It's like clueless Christ is completely in the dark about who he is. And then giving an incorrect Catholic historicity, at the end. Yeah, no.I'll take Chriqui, though.
(us) wrote: Great movie, I'd love to see it again but I can't find it on this site.
(fr) wrote: Testament of Youth is an exquisitely composed portrayal of the despair and futility of World War I as seen from the rarely revealed viewpoint of an idealistic young woman.
(ru) wrote: One of the biggest cons is that it feels really long. I think I can say why I don't like this one as much. It felt like a detour, the fellowship wasn't together either which helped that feeling. Everyone but Frodo and Sam's storyline were annoying because they had nothing to do with the fellowship or the ring, and there were even new characters introduced for it that were fine, but I didn't like that they were just there for the plot. There were several fight scenes which were cool and had great action, but not what I wanted. I also didn't love how they used a certain character this time around. It also feels very different, in tone, and in other ways I don't know how to describe. Overall this isn't really "bad" it's just something that should have come out after the ring story was told, like a sequel, not something that should have happened while we're in the middle of telling a story. I'm not thinking this rating will change, and unless Return of the King is worse this is my least favorite. (I've never seen Game of Thrones, but I feel like it's probably something like this. Royal is a description I'd use for this. I think that's one of the different feelings I couldn't describe from above.)
(es) wrote: Atmospheric, dialogue rich, and authentically heartfelt-Mississippi Grind proves to be a hidden gem in the road film and gambling genre, offering interesting character insights, terrific performances and a nuanced approach to storytelling that doesn't spoonfeed the audience, rather unfolds as the characters are so apt to do themselves. It's low-key ending may be off-putting to some, but in the end its themes become accentuated in a way true of its main characters, played beautifully by Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendelsohn-in what undoubtedly will prove to be his best performance yet.
(kr) wrote: Fun, energetic biopic on the rise of rap group NWA. Gets the music right. Gets the social outrage right. Gets the performances right.