You Don't Know Jack

You Don't Know Jack

Angel of mercy… or murderous “Doctor Death”? Jack Kervorkian is one of the most polarizing figures in modern American history, a man whose passionate belief that people have the right to die has brought him both praise and vilification. Oscar®- and Emmy®-winning actor Al Pacino brings “Dr. Death” to life in an all-new HBO Films presentation: You Don’t Know Jack, directed by Oscar®-winner Barry Levinson.

A look at the life and work of doctor-assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


You Don't Know Jack torrent reviews

Surya Krishnan K (gb) wrote: fantastic movie...well done vijay :)

Alex V (de) wrote: Secret Disco Revolution takes you back to a time of rebellion, and back to a time of cultural change... taking a part in the liberation and social acceptance of people who were considered "different.? It is an inspirational film, since disco helped the LGBTQ movement. People didn't care about social norms and they did what they wanted to do to live freely. Disco is making a comeback in our society today and influencing the "rave" and EDM subculture. Because one genre of music influences other genres; we see everything from the emergence of the disco genre to how it has affected other music.This film is a must see, taking you along on a journey with your favorite disco classics, like "I will Survive", "YMCA" and more. This film also features interviews icons like Gloria Gaynor, Kc and the Sunshine Band and the most well known The Village People

Orhan D (ru) wrote: I very laughf this film

Vivian P (us) wrote: Although it was interesting and exciting at times to watch,it still conveys a sense of censorship within the limitations of the movie..almost like the morality police was right there at the filming and call the shots..interesting plot and a revolution in its own rights but I'm left feeling I could have and should have seen more.

Ashley H (br) wrote: This movie up lifts ma spirit

Jim L (kr) wrote: This film is based off the best-selling Australian Teen novel of the same name Tomorrow When The War Began is the first in a series of books by John Marsden about a group of high school students who take a camping trip before school starts and return to find that the country has been invaded by an unknown force, and they make a stand to fight the enemy using guerilla tactics. Over all the film was not bad, though the script was a bit clichd. If you like the Twilight saga films you would probably enjoy this film, and the many that will come out to continue the story.

Ben B (br) wrote: Really Impressive Aussie flick. Full of great human drama and emotion that is so true to life. Brilliantly acted and shot with some beautiful shots in amongst the surfers. Need more recognition.

Chris E (ru) wrote: Could have used a bigger budget but worthy of a wider release.


Frances H (kr) wrote: Just grim, with a main character you WANT to see caught and punished.

Brian C (ca) wrote: Nothing too memorable, but warm and cozy to watch. An average feel-good sports movie.

Eric N (it) wrote: One of those plain sorta movies with a sudden crazy unforgettable climaxes. It's admirable but the story was always on the verge of flying apart for me. The fact that it won best HK movie that year shows how bad a state they were in in '98.

Spookie M (nl) wrote: Total Tarantino clone but one of the better ones from the era.

Trev B (au) wrote: Emmanuelle Beart, need I say more?

Irvin C (kr) wrote: One is a story about a successful ophtalmologist trying to get his neurotic mistress killed. The other is a story about a filmmaker falling in love with another woman while filming a documentary on his pompous, more successful brother-in-law. The first one is kind of dark, dramatic, deep and thought-provoking and the other one is quite hilarious. I don't know how Woody Allen did it but he made the two fit together perfectly. It's not my most favorite Woody Allen films but it is one of his very, very best.

Jessica C (ca) wrote: The story is okay but the music is excellant :)

Dawei C (nl) wrote: Hero showed me not just epic, but elegant and romantic martial art scenes that will forever stay in my memory. The battles, embedded in an engaging multidimensional story line, ultimately served me one wholesome spiritual experience of a kind of majestic love for all.

Damian O (au) wrote: I nearly vomited in this......hated it.........

Haytham K (au) wrote: This re-creation of the battle of Waterloo in this film will never be surpassed. The advent of CGI means that it will never again be possible for such a massive array of manpower to be assembled in order to make a motion picture, and therefore the portrayal of this mighty conflict will never be equalled for realism. The scenes are awe-inspiring and make one constantly marvel at the sheer magnitude of the achievement and control of such a gigantic cast.

TheMumblelover (gb) wrote: A super film if controversial. Hywel Bennett is exceptional in this role. A film that pushes the boundaries at times at what is exceptable whether it is the controversial link of mental illness (unfounded) or the undertones of racism or stereotyping, this can be seen as attitudes of its time, though it still can make for uncomfortable viewing.