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Anthony C (nl) wrote: the funny thing is that is is hard to make a lie entertaining. i believe that there is order in chaos, and that certain parties are interested in fueling both sides, the general idea is to divide and conquer. the violence shown was likely provoked from both sides. though corporate entities are behind both movements, occupy didn't need fake rallies set up by fox news, where fox adds footage to make tea party look larger. the footage in this crockumentary (new word) even shows massive support for the movement. whether people are versed in the movements platform or not, they still support. no argument presented has much validity and displays little thought. who the f*** are these clowns tellin the story. they probably drive around in 95 civic thinikin they have made it, earnin 35,000 a year working for corporate interests, its a comedy, right? it only made $52,000 at the box office, didn't cover the cost, glad i watched on net flix
Monique J (de) wrote: Men have always had reasons to kill one another and this movie highlights some of the stupidest.
Tasos L (ru) wrote: I'm never gonna watch again a Japanese movie..Annoying and no art at all...
Deric T (it) wrote: Saw this at Regent Christchurch on my own.
Jamie T (ru) wrote: Actually, I think they showed this to us when I was in 5th grade...I'm pretty sure it sucked, but I'm not going to try and prove myself right or wrong.
HM F (es) wrote: The intriguingly structured story featuring the parallel stories of Harrison and Gould makes for quite an engrossing miniseries. The 18th century segments are very well mounted in terms of production design and location filming. The film does a fine job of capturing the rigors of the ocean-testing of the various devices. The 20th century segments are of interest primarily because of Jeremy Iron's performance. Gould's story seems like an indulgence but nonetheless is a welcome layer to the story. Its a worthwhile investment to watch this miniseries
David H (es) wrote: It assumes you know a bit about her already, but is a very moving film about a very amazing woman who struggled with faith and love, to help those in need.
Ryan S (ru) wrote: Probably the darkest Bond film. Dalton is excellent in the role. The first half of the movie is incredible, then it looses some steam, but it picks right back up again for an exciting conclusion.
Nicholas E (fr) wrote: TV MOVIE Linda Hamilton gives one of her best and most surprising performances as a mother whose son is dying of Aids. Based on a real life autobiography the film is uplifting and heartfelt. CBS 11/1/1998
Luciano G (us) wrote: This movie is not the worst way to kill an hour and a half of your time, especially if you love the landscape shots and feel benevolent towards the movies that promote the "free spirit" attitude, or maybe you just love Jason Momoa's looks.... but for the rest of you folks, this film can easily be skipped without losing too much....