A documentary concerning the views of those in the movie industry, pertaining to the subject of 9/11. This film should be viewed as a whole body of work, as it is NOT about the life, career or credibility of any one particular Hollywood Celebrity. Celebrities do have the right to freedom of speech and are free to verbally express their own opinion. If I wanted respectability, I would have made a boring film about the dozen or so academically accredited scientists who have actually tested the World Trade Center dust and found unexploded military grade nano-thermite. This film is about Hollywood’s GUT FEELING that something is just not right, and the dozens of unanswered questions they have. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
9/11 Truth: Hollywood Speaks Out
- Stars:Sueli Aoki, Michel Cohen, Nere de Passy, Olindo Dias, Teca Klauss, Luiz Nunes, Tânia Poncio, Neide Ribeiro, Teresa Rodrigues, Sonia Saeg, Sula, Fábio Vilalonga, Alex Jones, Charlie Sheen, Jesse Ventura, Mark Ruffalo, Daniel Sunjata, Martin Sheen, Edward Asner, Rosie O'Donnell, Dean Haglund, Willie Nelson, Glenn Beck, Bill Clinton, Mos Def, Michael J. Fox, Whoopi Goldberg,
You may also like
9/11 Truth: Hollywood Speaks Out torrent reviews
Ethan S (it) wrote: Liked everything. But the pony didn't need to be there I felt like the movie was fine by itself.
Jens S (us) wrote: The premise is fun, making you think of 70s WW2 caper movies. I don't know how they managed to combine such a fantastic cast and yet make every single character and actor feel underused. The decision to split up the team didn't help. The direction and look of the film are great and there are glimpses of what could have been. But the plot remains somewhat undecided, sometimes hinting at the terrors of war while being entirely unexciting at the same time. Entertaining but also a missed opportunity. Pity.
Darren H (fr) wrote: The film suffers from monologue syndrome, i.e. too many damn speeches.
Lauren W (kr) wrote: Who shoud see that it's just a gimick we just Over and over agen you shoud stay here more like
Beau H (it) wrote: I suppose someone thought this could work but it really falls flat which is impressive considering the level of talent involved - the bombast, melodrama and pacing of opera just doesn't translate well to film montage. Godard seems to try to work around this with an editing rhythm that I guess one could call "musical." The best segment is Julien Temple's (maybe no surprise as he's an accomplished music video director) since it works as a comedic sequence within a broader story. Shows that the short-format is not an easy task.
Warren M (us) wrote: Inspiring and entertaining. There should be a remake.
Benjamin W (ag) wrote: Not sure Cagney is really physically convincing as a boxer.
Bryan B (ru) wrote: This is the funniest movie of the year so far. The audience was laughing so much, some lines were missed; though that was fine. I am waiting for the DVD to catch all of the quotes in this movie, and it was alot. I could do without much of the cursing, at least 50+ f-bombs. Also, the head crowning was not needed. This you have to see, will take the bad taste of some other movies (Spiderman 3) this summer our of your mouth.
Thomas C (fr) wrote: Not a great movie, but some great acting moments, especially the more emotional moments portrayed by Amanda Seyfried are touching. Even in the "happy" beginning you can constantly sense some unease in the air, more perceived than actually shown by the movie. I added one star only because of the beautiful acting by Peter Sarsgaard and especially Amanda Seyfried.
Stephen F (fr) wrote: It's an ok TV movie.
Carrie G (fr) wrote: Everyone has been told this is based on the true events leading up to the capture and of the hunt for Osama Bin Laden. A little slow at times as others have stated but stay with it and it's worth the watch. On a personal note if that's all they really are doing to terrorists they best be glad someone like "Maya" is there doing the terrorizing and I'm not in charge bc that's not enough IMO. People commenting are saying they're upset with the torture that's shown in this movie. So it's ok I guess that THEIR form of torture is BEHEADING and filming the act and sending it to the entire world?Among other things. The people who were trained by Osama are STILL terrorizing the entire world after he's long been dead and all their punishment is they have to be naked in front of a woman? They feel like but aren't actually drowned?Oh suck it up buttercup and cry me a river! Water boarding would be the least of their worries. They are the worst of the worst kind of prisoners and never were Americans. They despise us. So how can people say that we're violating their civil rights when they don't have civil rights to begin with based on just those 2 things alone? Prisoners have no civil rights IMO. You commit a crime, you give up your civil rights. That is if we still had these prisoners but now thanks to our fearless Muslim leader he's given them all back for a traitor American who IMO should never be allowed in this country again! Are there any left he hasn't set free for some reason or another? This movie needs a sequel to tell what's happened as a result of the capture and killing of Osama not just how his capture happened. It's not the usual type of movies I watch as I'm not into war movies but I enjoyed this film ALOT! Have seen it several times since it has come out and have never been more proud of our military who rooted him out of his hole. Yes it may have taken 10yrs, I fully believe that Pakistan knew he was there so i don't trust them and think we should nuke all the countries Al Quaeda still exists. We sent a bomb to Hiroshima and haven't had a problem out of Japan since have we? So nuke Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan and all the countries in between. Flatten them to nothing for everything they've done to not only America but the rest of the world and we won't have a problem with them anymore either. It would make for a great sequel to this movie. Problem solved.
Matt M (jp) wrote: A bullfighter who becomes a Spanish celebrity experiences the lust that comes with fame and fortune and may wreck his marriage to the only woman he ever loved. Some narrative elements are clearly outdated. On the other hand, the passionate scenes of lust seem daring for its time, and one cannot avoid noticing an underlined protest against bullfighting, which is also admirable. But mostly, it is the legendary Rudolph Valentino, whose charisma once again takes the overall quality of the film up a step.