Addicted to Plastic

Addicted to Plastic

Reveals the history and worldwide scope of plastics pollution, investigates its toxicity and explores solutions. From styrofoam cups to artificial organs, plastics are perhaps the most ubiquitous and versatile material ever invented. No invention in the past 100 years has had more influence and presence than synthetics. But such progress has had a cost.

A Canadian documentary on modern society's 'addiction' to plastic; our prolific use of this product, its effects on the earth and on us, and where out=r unwanted plastic ends up. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Panos Y (mx) wrote: 9/10 Witty, fresh, entertaining! Well done.

Marie D (au) wrote: Vraiment pas terrible... bad script, non convincing actors, not funny dialogue...

Clelie R (gb) wrote: Toby Jones is extremely convincing as Capote, and Daniel Craig gives feelings to his character, which enables us to sympathize with him just as the writer does. It raises some ambiguous question about the writing process and inspiration, and I found the structure of the movie interesting.

James H (br) wrote: Not very interesting, quite gruesome, unpleasant and gory. I found it hard to stay interested. It hasn't any depth. Very bland throughout, especially the performances.

Cyrille P (au) wrote: Prix du Jury a Cannes 2004, plein de tres bonnes critiques, ... Pourquoi? C'est meme pas un vrai film, plutot 2 moyen metrages colles ensemble avec un vague lien entre les deux! La seconde partie qui raconte une legende thailandaise est la plus interessante. La premiere est une "histoire d'amour" completement ridicule entre deux hommes, digne d'une cours de recre de primaire! Le tout est tres lent, asiatique oblige. Mais laisser tourner (et surtout monter) dix secondes apres que le perso sorte du cadre, c'est ptet un peu trop. Pas etonnant qu'on arrive a 115 minutes avec tout ca. C'est pas parce que c'est thailandais et qu'on y comprend rien que c'est forcement bon... Si vous tentez le coup, gardez la telecommande a porte de main, vous allez avoir besoin du bouton Avance rapide!

Jonathan P (gb) wrote: Beautiful visuals but an overly sappy story with some extreme melodramatic acting really make What Dreams May Come a movie that can be overlooked without any guilt.

Jason M (fr) wrote: A masterpiece with surprising empathy for Richard Nixon. This, Platoon and JFK are Stone's best films.

Bloodmarsh K (au) wrote: It's slow moving, and the ending is another long winded death scene - but Jeff Bridges has shown he can thrive in any decade.

colin m (jp) wrote: Army Of Darkness is a really clever horror film. It is funny and self aware at times. Bruce Campbell is perfect in this movie as he was in all of the Evil Dead movies. This movie is the weakest in the trilogy, but still a great movie

Eric R (mx) wrote: Normally I would keep this opening bitch for the bonus rant section but I have to make a special case for this film. The DVD cover art I have has a lone picture of Jean-Claude Van Damme with a tattoo of a black eagle on his chest. From this we can assume that Van Damme is the main star and that his code name is "Black Eagle" due to his tattoo. First of all Jean-Claude Van Damme is NOT the main star and he does NOT have a black eagle tattoo. Oh yes, he is in the movie but he only gets second billing. This is actually a 1988 theatrical film starring none other than ninja legend himself Sho Kosugi though he is not credited on my DVD cover. Sho is the main character with the code name the title is referring to.Despite what some versions of the cover art wants you to believe, this is actually a Sho Kosugi action film with Jean Claude Van Damme only playing the villain's main henchman. By the time this film came out in 1988 Sho Kosugi's popularity was starting to decline in the action film market and Van Damme's was only just beginning, hence why the some DVD companies did this cloak and dagger DVD cover into fooling potential purchasers. This cover art actually worked against me when I first heard of it. If they used the original poster artwork and showed me it was actually a Sho Kosugi film I would have been much more apt to buy it at first as I am not that huge of a fan of Van Damme, especially his direct-to-video garbage which some DVD covers makes it look like.Now that I got it straightened out with you that this is a Kosugi film and NOT a Van Damme film, I'm going to throw another curve ball your way. Kosugi doesn't play his trademark ninja character here that he was known for throughout the 80's. Kosugi not playing a ninja? How can this be? He actually plays a spy/assassin here. The plot is actually very similar to a James Bond film. An American plane crash-lands in the Mediterranean and Kosugi is brought in to track down a top secret laser tracking device. It must not have been too top secret as the Russians quickly move in to capture it first. Typical spy action occurs as Russians kidnap Kosugi's family and it ends up a showdown between Kosugi and Van Damme.The film really plays off like a poor man's James Bond film. It's like James Bond, extra light with no sugar or caffeine. Sure there's even a sequence when our main spy meets our main villain and henchman over a card game while wearing tuxedos but all the action and chase sequences are very bland and by-the-numbers. The plot also isn't that exciting and director Eric Karson takes his sweet time getting the picture to move along. Still my biggest complaint is that Kosugi always seems to get the filmmakers to cast his children in his movies (Kane and Shane). They are horrible actors and it just annoys me when stars force filmmakers to use their family members.Though not unwatchable it is just very forgettable action film and isn't near as fun or over-the-top as Kosugi's early 80's action films for the Cannon Group. The film also doesn't seem to hold up well for Van Damme fans either as he barely says any lines. I actually felt after watching the film that Van Damme would have been better in the spy role and Kosugi in the main henchman role. I always felt Kosugi made a much better villain, especially with those small vengeful eyes. Still it was interesting to see two of the 80's biggest action stars go head-to-head for a short time despite the film being completely forgettable.

Greg H (ru) wrote: Pro: Really Funny.Con: LOTS of swearing