American Blackout

American Blackout

Chronicles the recurring patterns of disenfranchisement witnessed from 2000 to 2004 while following the story of Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, who not only took an active role in investigating these election debacles but also found herself in the middle of one after publicly questioning the Bush Administration about the 9-11 terrorist attacks.

A look at the career of U.S. Representative Cynthia McKinney from Georgia and the historical suppression of black voters in the United States. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


American Blackout torrent reviews

Elijah B (kr) wrote: Child's Play is definitely one of the best well-known horror movies and one of the best horror films of the 80s. It's definitely a film that I grew up on and I gotta say that Tom Holland and Don Mancini did a fantastic job on trying to show the world what they could bring into the horror genre.

Abbey S (mx) wrote: Best Movie I have ever seen!

Chiek E (de) wrote: A young screwed up war veteran trying to find his footing in the screwed up community of LA screwed up. He also screwed up his best friend. Christian Bale, like in American psycho turned on his American accent with ease, is the only reason to watch this film.

Ramy A (it) wrote: best movie of all time

Christy Lee S (us) wrote: I first watched this when i was just a little girl, it was GREAT.

Brittany C (es) wrote: This movie came out a year before I was born, and I never saw a Miyazaki movie until I was in 7th grade. That one, was Princess Mononoke. So after years of watching movies of his from time to time, I really wanted to see an older one. And this one took the cake. You can tell it's an older movie, but at the same time, the animation and the story make up for it's dated look. Yes it did get very dark at times and there was violence. But it made the sweet and enduring parts of the movie shine all the more brighter. This is a great movie to watch. It may be a little slow at first...but just wait. It's totally worth it!

Mark N (fr) wrote: An especially serious tone is unusual for the genre but after the campy, American fun of the 50's this marks a more serious attempt to apply nuclear paranoia as a plot device. The attempt to make a realistic end of the world movie was a brave one and while the movie is rather dry it covers a lot of ground and is brave enough not to give a definitive answer and instead leave that to the viewers imagination.

Jiawei H (kr) wrote: "All a man wants is a smoke and a good cup of coffee"

jay n (mx) wrote: Clumped together hodgepodge whose purpose was to spotlight MGM stars, Judy Garland comes off best.

Jamey D (au) wrote: This Disney Animated Classic does have a lot of charm to it. The animation is pretty good, and I do like the silent protagonist route that's taken. It also has the infamous "Pink Elephants" scene thanks to water/wine, and here's one acid trip that will make your mind dizzy. The songs are memorable and well done, but I don't think they're as good as other Disney songs. The movie's got a few jerkish characters, and it is SO satisfying to see them get their comeuppance in the end.I recommend Dumbo.

Micah G (fr) wrote: Bakski created an animated work of art of his urban schema.The film follows Michael Corleone through a psychological odyssey of a rough New York, propelled by, as an artist, his own imagination and interpretation.The visually complex film derives its story from Michael's twisting of his real-life; his cartoon and "real" worlds are intertwined. He gives a portrait of his dysfunctional family, inserting black comedy and commenting on the bizarre characters of the underbelly of the city throughout the film. This is the essential and most effective force in the narrative: the interaction between Michael and his girlfriend Carole and the people in their lives they become dissident towards. For example, Angie, Michael's Italian father, resents his dating a black woman, and puts a contract on his son. Michael's need to escape such overwhelming pressures and assert himself sexually is the driving force throughout the story.This makes the story compelling, as we learn to dislike the characters, but in their exaggeratedness find them novel and funny. The moral disconnect here and the many undercurrent conflicts, (like the conflict of Michael's parents in their guiding their son) disorient the viewer but provide an ample amount of thought-provoking messages, many of them subliminal in the visuals.The look of the film is tremendous, perfectly capturing a grubby city, but also giving a stylized verve to the characters. The direction of animation succeeds also in using obtuse compositions to make the environments have certain effects.Because of the racial and violent content, the film might seem repugnant, but it is an uplifting, completely compelling experience that is completely distinct and demands more than one viewing to fully comprehend. The issues cannot be magnified to seem overly relevant or original and the story is not profound, but as stressed before, there is a demand of art direction and character that makes the film stay in a crazy kaleidoscope of urban commotion and devious activity. Therefore, the experience and overall effect are hard to forget.