Zeitgeist: Moving Forward
Zeitgeist: Moving Forward, by director Peter Joseph, is a feature length documentary work which will present a case for a needed transition out of the current socioeconomic monetary paradigm which governs the entire world society. This subject matter will transcend the issues of cultural relativism and traditional ideology and move to relate the core, empirical "life ground" attributes of human and social survival, extrapolating those immutable natural laws into a new sustainable social paradigm called a "Resource-Based Economy".
- Stars:Peter Joseph, Robert Sapolsky, Gabor Mate, Richard Wilkinson, James Gilligan, John McMurtry, Michael Ruppert, Max Keiser, Jacque Fresco, Adrian Bowyer, Berok Khoshnevis, Roxanne Meadows, Colin Campbell, Toni Orans, Phi Dao Ewing,
- Director:Peter Joseph,
- Writer:Peter Joseph
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Zeitgeist: Moving Forward torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Not bad, but when I saw the DVD at the library I was hoping it was based on the novel by James Baldwin. No such luck but it surprised me to see the very young Cary Elwes, hero of "Princess Bride", in his first movie, playing a gay teenager no less. Rupert Everett was annoying as the snobby yet typical gay man who refuses to be a responsible adult. Eventually he goes from pink triangle to "pinko" (heh- commie joke).
(it) wrote: The duke tries to be Dirty Harry, but just can't pull it off. Actually, it's more the story that's at fault here. Essentially a cop-fish out of water as Brannigan goes to London to retrieve a notorious crook. Problem is, is that he's been kidnapped. The plot trods slowly along, and it's not interesting at all. Wayne looks like he's having fun, too bad the material doesn't match up to it.
(gb) wrote: Great disaster movie, excellent special effects and littered with subplots and stories of the cast that battle through this two hour disaster movie of volcan eruption, great stuff, Love Brian Keith in this, a very underrated actor
(us) wrote: I watch it because of Samuel L, the storyline s not that great.
(kr) wrote: Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce battle Nazis in the first of the "modern day" Sherlock Holmes adventures. Director John Rawlins lends the typical formula (many suspects, but one true and surprising villain) a distinct noir look with lots of shadows and some down-and-out London locales. Fortunately, the comedy is downplayed - but its absence is filled by patriotic fervor, designed to rally the troops in support of embattled Britain (at the end there is an ad for war bonds). For those who like these kind of genre pics, this is a good 'un. Plot: a radio announcement from the Nazis is delivered at the very moment that acts of sabotage occur but no one can figure out the source or stop the next terrorizing attack.
(kr) wrote: are you kidding me JLo was amazing in this one