The Falling Man is a documentary that examines one of the many images that were circulated by the press immediately after the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001. The ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
9/11: The Falling Man
An examination of an image - a falling man from the North Tower, frozen in mid air - circulated by the press immediately after the September 11 attacks, the public's reaction, and why it was later deemed un-newsworthy.
- Stars:Steven Mackintosh,
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Rafael S (ca) wrote: comea bem intenso e bem interessante, mas se perde e se torna absolutamente maante.
David P (kr) wrote: Not for me, but it does it what it needs to, to keep the story going for fans
Marrick A (us) wrote: Well done. There's nothing worse than a bad judge on the bench.
Sean R (us) wrote: Humorous! With John Stamos, who is best known for playing the straight dude in FULL HOUSE, portrays one of the gayest men in America and protests for Gay's Right to Marriage.Eric Dane, from Gray's Anatomy, plays the straight brother of Stamos's character, who is against gay marriage.Overall, I thought this was a well written script with enough humor to make you smile. Nothing special, but was good enough to watch.
Bryan W (au) wrote: Somehow, this movie toes the line between being boring and intriguing, scatter-shot and tight more ably than most films I've seen. Though the movie purports to be about a pool shark, there isn't much pool playing going on, and despite the strong characterizations and decent writing, the only reason to root for the protagonist is a combination of the actress playing her and the relatively obvious issues with her ex-husband. Despite the narrative not building enough steam to get exciting, the film maintains the viewer's interest quite well and builds to an unexpected climax that relies on your interpretation of the third act for it to be either heartbreaking or unearned. Overall, it feels like a better than average student film.
sean m (us) wrote: dissapointed in this film. kristofferson is his usual professional self but the direction the film went in ruined the entire story for me personally
Arvid S (jp) wrote: one of the greatest films ever
Blake P (br) wrote: A documentary style/courtroom thriller "Compulsion" has the perfect story to use, but it doesn't know where to go with it. Filmed at a time where Orson Welles' career was lagging, with quite a few flops under his belt, the film appears to be a showcase for the filmmaker-- unfortunately, his excellent performance is left until the last few minutes of the film-- until then, we're left with many different components. Some are delicious, while others taste awful. Based on the famous Loeb and Leopold trial, the year is 1924-- two gay students, the sadistic Artie Straus (Bradford Dillman) and the submissive, arrogant Judd Steiner (Dean Stockwell), both as ferociously intelligent as they are sick-minded, decide to experience everything a human can: but murder is on the mind. The two decide to commit the perfect kill, simply for the thrill of it. They end up butchering a young teenager, and for a while it works out-- but eventually Judd's demeanor cracks, and his alibi doesn't quite match. And neither does Artie's. This leads to a brutal trial, and the two are defended by the brilliant Jonathan Wilk (Orson Welles). "Compulsion" succeeds to be compelling in its storytelling, but as a movie, it is almost never entertaining. The problem is the two protagonists, so snobby and downright evil, are easy to hate-- and when they get caught for their crime, we're happy. I don't know if this was intentional, but the first hour feels wasted because we're witnesses to these to cruel thugs lies and cheats. Stockwell and Dillman both deliver excellent performances, but there isn't a second of the film where we emphasize with them. And unfortunately, female lead Diane Varsi is very bland, and in the end, the only character we actually care about is Welles' Jonathan Wilk-- and he's hardly even in it. "Compulsion" is stylish, but it's too uneven. Is it a crime thriller or a courtroom drama? It doesn't really know.
Christopher B (ag) wrote: A brave movie to be made. Dunne gives another solid, if subdued, performance as a post-depression era housewife. Grant rounds out his acting portfolio with this impetuous guy who makes some poor choices in his rush to impress a woman. This is one of the few times Grant portrays one of us schmucks, rather than being the guy we wish to be. Watch for the wonderful supporting job Bondi and Buchanan give too. I only wish the ending had included a final twist about an angry 9 year old lad, recently orphaned.
Frank S (kr) wrote: Sandra Bullock gives the worst performance of her career and that's saying something considering her performance in Speed 2 and this movie is as annoying and terrible as a kids film can get
Bruno V (br) wrote: A bit disapointent i guese ....it was fun and all , but why talk the Minions in Spanish or something....story was smart enough , in one moment it was hard and fun at the same time to see a Minion cry . Cute