Yugoslavia: The Avoidable War

Yugoslavia: The Avoidable War

A clear and critical look at Western intervention in the Balkans leading to the civil wars in Yugoslavia during the 1990s.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1999
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:narration,   yugoslavia,  

A clear and critical look at Western intervention in the Balkans leading to the civil wars in Yugoslavia during the 1990s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Miles R (ru) wrote: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in my opinion was a good spiderman movie. and overall some people may say it didn't seem as expecting as they were hoping for this movie but to me i thought the fights with spider-man and electro through out was great! and excellent and i liked how Spidey's suit looked better than in the first Amazing Spider-Man. but i thought this movie was good. and fun and entertaining to watch.not really that bad for film sequel but least it tried it's effort for Sony to put effort in this spider-man movie and hopefully the Next new Spider-Man movie called spider-man homecoming starring tom holland will be good too. ;)

F B (de) wrote: A moving and very open and honest documentary and an insight into the mind and motivations of a so called "Eco terrorist" and the impact their actions have on people's lives.

Jenn T (au) wrote: Not at all interesting.

Jnior S (us) wrote: Um denso, cru retrato da complexidade da mente humana. Kevin a maior representao do mal no cinema desde do Coringa de The Dark Knight. Tilda Swinton numa atuao simplesmente devastadora.

Chris B (nl) wrote: .. a must see doc for anyone who enjoy action films based around the blade (be it metal or light)

Jared V (jp) wrote: I watched this movie after meeting one of the stars and coming away from the encounter quite charmed... It was ok a little soiled by some bad acting from the leads I felt. Four Letter Word sparkled much brighter.

Graham B (ag) wrote: Coming of age drama, sex comedy, AIDS melodrama, musical, love story. This film is a mixed bag to say the least. Its confused identity is likely its failure. Certain aspects of it are great fun and the tragic turn is almost poignant. It just seems too dragged out and yet the story is rather underdeveloped. It's a pleasing cast of characters and an interesting premise. The minor characters are far more interesting than Frank & Jake though, which is where we are left to steep in at the end, topped off with a very pointless epilogue. Fun musical numbers and an entertaining supporting cast make this mildly recommendable. The last reel is a bit of a downer though.

Andrew B (ag) wrote: Troma once again proves that they are truly the punk rockers of the independent movie scene. They bring the same level of blood, piss, and general vulgarity to the promotion of their movies, as the movies themselves.

Mark S (ag) wrote: above average modern retelling of Othello.

Christine G (kr) wrote: It is not just about a famous horse race. It is more of a documentary about the Oliver family, who lost 3 generations of men in race track accidents. A story of triumph that brings a tear to the eye.

Marko S (ca) wrote: Besides kokain and sex, pretty much just dialogues and they are great.

victor l (au) wrote: The whole film is a mess. The synopsis I read at the moment I bought the video was much more interesting that what I watched in the end. I didn't like any of the performances, the love story is very quick and empty, the ending is absurd. The attempt to honor Pandora's Box with an internal remake was good but the writter and director got lost in trying to put the elements of the silent movie along with the other ideas.

John B (gb) wrote: cute animated children's story that was enjoyable with a good message.

Marla R (ca) wrote: Best love story ever made!

Hobie P (kr) wrote: A definant improvement over Psycho III, And Anthony Perkins return as Norman Bates was awesome.

Lee M (au) wrote: It wants to be a movie with a message, but in the end it's just an overwrought melodrama disguising itself as important.

Stuart K (au) wrote: Director John Boorman has had a career of ups and downs, when he's good, he's very good (Point Blank (1967), Deliverance (1972) and Excalibur (1981)), but when he's bad, well... (Zardoz (1974) and Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977)), but here, Boorman created one his best film, a semi-autobiographical war film based on experiences from his childhood, and surviving during World War 2. This tells the story of Bill Rowan (Sebastian Rice-Edwards), who lives with his mother Grace (Sarah Miles), father Clive (David Hayman), younger sister Sue (Geraldine Muir) and older sister Dawn (Sammi Davis), and when World War 2 is announced between England and Germany, they have to learn to survive. They witness as most of their street ends up being bombed by the Luftwaffe, how it affects their friends and family, Clive joins the army but comes home every Christmas. However, when their house burns down due to a house fire rather than a bombing, they go to live with Grace's parents, where Bill bonds with Grandfather George (Ian Bannen). Despite such a serious subject matter, it's amazing that Boorman manages to find humour within the hardships of wartime. Despite such a low budget, Boorman built an entire street of houses at Wisley Airfield in Surrey, most of which is bombed during the film, and it has some brilliant performances too.

Terry R (it) wrote: The cast is incredible. Just every good character actor appears. And Shia Laboeuf is very likeable (once more). Julie Christie sounds dubbed, weirdly. I enjoyed the viewing despite some predictable "twists."