In America, size matters. The bigger you are, the more power you have, especially in the business world. Anat Baron takes you on a no holds barred exploration of the U.S. beer industry that ultimately reveals the truth behind the label of your favorite beer. Told from an insider’s perspective, the film goes behind the scenes of the daily battles and all out wars that dominate the industry.
- Stars:Norman Adami, Anat Baron, Roberta Baskin, Jeff Becker, Simon Bergson, John Boehner, John Bryant, Betty Buck, August Busch III, August Busch IV, August Busch Jr., Sam Calagione, Peter A. DeFazio, George Hacker, Steve Hoch,
- Director:Anat Baron,
- Writer:Anat Baron
A contemporary David and Goliath story that takes you inside the cutthroat world of the big business of American beer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Beer Wars torrent reviews
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(au) wrote: This thoroughly unusual, completely un-Hollywood movie is one of the most emotionally powerful films I've ever seen and a moving tribute to the power of music and the human spirit. Tired of bad news, rotten politicians, greed, and over-the-top action flicks? "Benda Bilili" is the perfect antidote. Watch it, cry, and leave with a fuller heart.
(de) wrote: Solid gold from start to finish.
(mx) wrote: Wonderful performances and a powerful history. A unforgettable movie.
(br) wrote: One of my favorite movies, a softspoken masterpiece.
(us) wrote: One of those movies we all ignored in '98. In hindsight, Sommers proves he was awesome and Treat Williams is an under appreciated deity.
(br) wrote: I think this is a profound movie. It has a message behind it versus Purple Rain. Not that I am putting Purple Rain down, I personally loved both movies. But this movie reflects on the previous movie and shows how The Kid has grown and continues to grow, while Morris and his crew are only concerned about money, sex and winning when it comes to The Kid. He still brings up low down things like the fact that The Kid's mother went crazy after the father passed. Therefore, after everything I believe it is good.
(jp) wrote: Tight and effective thriller written and directed by the late Michael Crichton,Looker is a well made sci fi themed drama delving into the world of television and brainwashing.Like David Cronenberg's Videodrome,Looker pushes the point of the effect of addiction to television.With the murder of three models after having plastic surgery,the story turns to the doctor being set up.Impressive visual effects,great acting and decent action scenes,Looker is pure Crichton all the way.
(kr) wrote: Interesting plot but horribly executed. A terrible nod to Wes Anderson.
(de) wrote: The Blob is a classic early horror film.
(de) wrote: A largely overlooked and criminally underrated film from Donald Cammell.As one would expect from such a visionary artist White of the Eye is visually and aurally resplendent throughout with some eye popping set-pieces and driving music score courtesy of Nick Mason (Pink Floyd).Two sequences in particular are reminscent of Dario Argento and Mario Bava.Whilst the story is pretty much a basic stalk and slash, the inventive visuals and narrative arc which are afforded this film set it aside from it's contemporaries.In fact White of the Eye is part slasher, part psychological drama come character study.There are very few films like this because of the unique visual composition and the way Cammell tells the story.This consists of overexposed flashbacks and unusual editing techniques.Both David Keith and Cathy Moriarty are great and some of the dialogue between the two is both spiritual and intellectual.White of the Eye being borderline arthouse doesn't cater to someone who doesn't appreciate art and intellectual cinema.If you find Hollywood trash is rotting your brain and doesn't stimulate your mind try giving Cammell's film a try.