Ask Not

Ask Not

A film that reveals the personal stories of Americans willing to risk their lives for a country that criminalizes the act of coming out. Current and veteran gay soldiers reveal how "don't ask don't tell" affects them during their tours of duty, as they struggle to maintain a double life. The film also follows gay veterans and young organizers turning to forms of personal activism to overturn the policy.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:73 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:military,   soldier,   gay,  
  • Category:War
  • Stars:
  • Uploader:Dat1Phit
  • Country:USA
  • Director:Johnny Symons
  • Writer:N/A

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Jennifer J (it) wrote: Moving, engaging, will watch again

Nico B (es) wrote: A funny take on medieval tales (most iconic The Lord of the Rings, Legend of Zelda, Princess Bride) by the clever folks from Channel Awesome, Suburban Knights' premise is very similar to Kickassia though but still very funny and a well made web movie

Emily E (ru) wrote: Absolutely Beautiful. A Poetic Masterpiece.

Dwayne H (br) wrote: Top quality crap of the so bad its good variety

Russell W (mx) wrote: Nothing is remarkable from this movie, which is disappointing because I like the stage version of its prequel ("Brighton Beach Memoirs") so much. If you're not a big Neil Simon or Matthew Broderick fan, skip this film.

Justin A (us) wrote: It's dumb, but it's so enjoyable anyway. If you're looking for something that epitomizes the 80s, this is probably one of the best movies you could watch. Joyce Hyser is gorgeous, and it's laughable how anyone could possibly be fooled by her. When she started acting and dressing like a guy, the first thing that came to my mind was how much she was reminding me of Ralph Macchio. Not just because of how she looked, but the way she talked and acted was very Karate Kid-esque. So I was pleasantly surprised and bursted into laughter when one of the girls ends up having a crush on her and says that she reminds her of Ralph Macchio.This is about as cliched as it gets. There's the underdog who goes to the new school, the nerdy guy who the girl realizes she wanted all along, the college boyfriend who is a jerk (and college aged, really means late 20s/early 30s businessman). I know I'm rating this higher than it deserves because of the gaping plot holes, bad acting, and unoriginal script, but it's just a lot of fun to watch. It probably helps that Joyce Hyser has an amazing body and gives one of the most memorable flashing scenes in movie history.

Carl S (jp) wrote: slow and hokey at times...on the plus side: fritz lang, ida lupino, and a sexy serial killer played by drew barrymore's father.

David B (us) wrote: A wonderfully dark fable displayed through incredibly dream-like imagery. A Japanese ghost story of the highest order.

Adam L (jp) wrote: Score is fully adjusting for the whole "it's very old and invented many of the horror things we take for granted" thing. Even without that, I'd be giving it four stars. The Count is so amazingly creepy, even today. Only complaint is that sometimes the pacing is sometimes slow, like the intertitles are all on about twice as long as they need to be (which may just be a problem with this particular print). Perhaps the 2006 restoration is better.

Charles P (br) wrote: Body Bags consists of three tales of terror - sometimes uneven, but it boasts substantial tension, a helping of macabre humor, Mark Hamill going insane, and the joy of seeing Director John Carpenter in front of the camera.

Kelly W (jp) wrote: this is a feel good movie,shannen doherty has a small part in this but she is a great actress

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