Detailed account of the United States' removal of Haiti's democratically elected president, Aristide. Features Aristide, Sen. Maxine Waters, Noam Chomsky, Rep. Charles Rangel, more. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Aristide and the Endless Revolution
Detailed account of the United States' removal of Haiti's democratically elected president, Aristide.
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Jesse O (mx) wrote: This was a good movie until, of course, the last 20 minutes or so when the melodrama kicked in. It's not a surprise since, apparently, melodrama is a big part of some Korean cinema and television. I remember watching this film called Lifting King Kong, it was a Korean film, and the last 25 minutes were, I shit you not, the main characters loudly sobbing. It simply did not stop and it was awful. It was absolutely beyond awful and I wouldn't even torture my worst enemy with this, that's how bad it was. It took a decent movie and made it into a horrible one. Personally, and I'm sure the majority of people will agree with me, subtlety is far more effective than hysterics and cheap and manipulative tactics. That's just FACT. While this film wasn't THAT bad as far as melodrama went, and I think this is mostly due to the fact that the leads are great and they, as bad as it was, did the best they could with the hand they were dealt, it still made me give the film a lower rating. I just wish a comedy could stay a comedy instead of trying to force drama that shouldn't be there into the film. And that's what happened here. Why would the agent care if Jung-hwa has a child and if she's married? Why would that play a role in whether the agent or not contracted her? It just seems to me, I'm sure it's not completely unrealistic, that if she's talented that the agent shouldn't give a fuck if she's married or has a child. It's completely irrelevant to the fact that she's talented. Is she less talented because of it? I realize I'm completely over-analyzing the film but it's to prove a point that the drama is forced into the film by way of Jung-hwa not telling her agent that she's married and has a child and how that, in turn, ends up affecting Jeong's political career. On the good side though, Hwang Jung-min, who's a great actor, and Um Jung-hwa make a great couple. They're very entertaining together and it's a feel-good film for the most part. And both Jungs' likability adds to that. I'd still say this is a pretty good film, nothing that will stick with you in the long haul, but a film that is undone by its unnecessary dramatic aspects.
Adam R (au) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)
GsX G (au) wrote: omg, this was soo funny, and also very tearfullnesss : )
Mortea B (br) wrote: B.A.D it realy disapoint me
Chris N (fr) wrote: Not a great movie, but worth seeing. Strong acting performances from all the main characters, sensational setting that pulls the viewer in and surrounds the audience like a think english fog, until you feel just how lost McGregor's character has become.
Mathias P (es) wrote: really cute movie!!!!! touching and really warm-hearted
Dan E (fr) wrote: Another slice of teenage life from around the same time as "Fast Times At Ridgemont High". Except "Fast Times" was pretty funny and this is, well, pretty depressing. And oddly enough, "Fast Times" is the one with the hot chicks.
Zachary S (au) wrote: As far as films go, they don't get better than this. Fassbinder creates this event out of his own personal sorrows. The film has some of the best monologues I have ever seen. The acting is topnotch. Highly recommended.
Alex W (jp) wrote: This in depth bopic told by the lady herself had something i had never seen before, a one on one interview with bettie with just her voice and no video (for privacy reasons I'm guessing. There is a lot to this story after her carrier that was shocking and interesting, she has lots of intense mental issues.
David A (ca) wrote: Lazy, uninspiring, and childish; Steven Spielberg's "Hook" proves that sometimes great filmmakers can also fall. Most of the set pieces look just like that, film sets that can easily be distinguished from what is real and what was filmed on stage. Dustin Hoffman was fun as the charismatic Captain Hook, but he wasn't enough to overcome his cheesy dialogue and the rest of the ridiculous moments he kept having. Can't believe they brought nothing new to the Peter Pan fable. The only time we see Peter Pan is when we're 3/4 into the movie. John Williams again shines as the film's composer and that's the only positive thing about the movie. Spielberg should have read the script twice before entering production. Just saying.
Toad T (it) wrote: This movie was awesome.