American Zeitgeist is a feature length documentary by filmmaker Rob McGann that offers an historical look at the War on Terrorism from 1979 through 2006. The narrative of American Zeitgeist is woven out of more than 40 in-depth interviews with leading experts on terrorism, U.S. foreign policy, Islam and Middle Eastern studies
- Stars:Tariq Ali, Paul Berman, Richard Bulliet, Noam Chomsky, Steve Coll, Hamid Dabashi, David Frum, Christopher Hitchens, Samantha Power, Craig Unger,
- Director:Rob McGann,
- Writer:Rob McGann
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American Zeitgeist torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: These kids went OFF! I enjoyed the story too. Wasnt like most dance movies in that sense, def went a little deeper. I was pretty surprised....
(ru) wrote: this movie was a major disappointment. the writing could have been done by a kid. the story line lacked explanation and there was really no plot except "kill the chosen ones" by wtfe comes out of that well. this movie is not even worth renting at Red Box.
(kr) wrote: this was one of those movies i knew nothing about and after watching i'm still not sure what it's about it starts out as this indie dramedy then it morphs in2 this mystery that never really gets explained
(fr) wrote: Hilariously bad, but well worth watching. I enjoyed every badly acted, poorly shot and lame "scare."The prostitute ghosts are priceless.
(kr) wrote: few songs were good. story was okay.
(mx) wrote: As someone who's relatively neutral on the Shakespeare play but really admired certain aspects about it, I think this film is kinda similar. There's some genuinely creative ideas here and some real ambition, but at the same time, I just don't really find the story engaging enough on the whole. So I'm glad I saw it but I don't think it's great by any means.
(nl) wrote: A moving window into lives of a particular group of people; an emotionally riveting documentary.
(br) wrote: I quite enjoyed this film although I have to say what I like the best is the title.
(mx) wrote: Without a doubt, "Harold and Maude" is my favorite film. Hilarious, yet dramatic and beautiful, "Harold and Maude" is an absolute CLASSIC! It has EVERYTHING I like in movies, dark comedy, a great soundtrack,and wonderful characters!
(jp) wrote: Great western. I think I really enjoyed this a little more than the prequel. I loved Clint and Van Cleef working together.
(kr) wrote: recommended by poohtiger.
(us) wrote: In terms of mawkish, typical, girly chick-flick, this gave a glimpse to a unreachable pure kind of love. The ending leaves the viewers feeling empty and uncomfortable. But throughout the film there are many great moments and somehow I enjoyed seeing that pure kind of love prevail in becoming the thing to long for.
(au) wrote: Simply, utterly hilarious!
(gb) wrote: This is not a very good movie. Horrible character development (especially since they are based on real people and true events. John Bunting's own history is very important to understanding his motives, but it isn't even mentioned once during this film. The relationships between these characters were much more intricate in real life than indicated in the movie. The only saving grace were the actors who played these characters. The movie is very slow with unnecessary scenes that do not at all advance the story. The shaky camera work induced headaches and the unwarranted close-ups and out-of-focus shots were very distracting. There were other times when some action was taking place off screen, but the camera focused on something a lot less interesting, like an empty chair. It's obviously an an artistic film, but the story could have been told in a much more interesting style.
(jp) wrote: Here is the thing about the VHS movies, they are effectively a demented version of The Outer Limits. They can be clever and even a bit scary but they don't over stay their welcome and try to show you something new.