Bill Maher: Victory Begins at Home

Bill Maher: Victory Begins at Home

Maher addresses contemporary political, social and cultural topics -- Iraq, President Bush and the so called Axis of Evil. The opinionated Maher said about Victory Begins at Home: "We've heard everything about the War on Terrorism except what we can actually do to help win it. The government used to do that for us through propaganda (the positive kind) posters, so taking my cue from the great old posters of World War I and World War II ('Loose Lips Sink Ships,' 'Buy War Bonds,' 'Plant a Victory Garden,' etc.) I commissioned artists to paint the posters our government today should be putting out to help us win this war."

Bill Maher stars in his sixth HBO stand-up special, premiering LIVE from the Hudson Theater in New York! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bill Maher: Victory Begins at Home torrent reviews

nasya n (ca) wrote: I like this movie because her daughter is very cute,kind and good girl. It is about her father who is loving ,hardworking and like helping other.The movie is interesting.

Michelle V (us) wrote: ONCE EVERYTHING STRTAED TO HAPPEN WITH THEM I KINDA figured they where already dead n didnt know ity i absolutly loved this haunting movie

James J (au) wrote: You can tell this is crafted by a master filmmaker, even through its flaws.

Barry J (ru) wrote: Enjoyable end to the series.

Dov D (br) wrote: For some reason, Marvel's animated movies are lacking in every way from DC comics... I'm giving this film probably more than it deserved simply because of the entertainment the latter half provided. Other than that, I'm honestly shocked at how Ant Man can be the center character in a film like this, it's beyond me. The story-lines in this film come and go so quickly that it's not even worth keeping up with. The character development is a joke and the animation nothing special. Bottom line, unless you're a die-hard comic book fan, don't see this film.

Sara S (de) wrote: casper van dien fights a giant mummy! also he fist fights some smaller ones. i was afraid he'd get the mummy rot. and robert wagner and tom bosley are in it. also afraid that they'd forget their lines and start doing commercials. so it was a little scary.

Therese T (ag) wrote: An interesting film to be sure. It was well done and the singing was nice, but it just wasn't my style.

TTT C (mx) wrote: (****): Thumbs Up Very well-acted, directed and written. I found this to be an intriguing film that kept me involved throughout.

Mister C (kr) wrote: An overlooked "gem" of vigilante cinema from the early 1980's. Directed by "B" movie legend Danny Steinmann, "Savage Streets" stars none other than actress Linda Blair(of The Exorcist) in her Razzie nominated performance as a vengeance-seeking cross bow-wielding "Rambolina" teen who spearheads a film as billed as "the gang war of the sexes!" where "the only law is an eye for an eye!" But in all fairness,Blair had her moments,but there's still heaps of campy,over the top violent fun to be had from a flick that is filled with leather,big hair,and a role for perpetual Scott Baio hanger on clone Johnny Venocur. Oh yeah,there's the supporting role from another of the 80's B-movie actresses Linnea Quigley and Debra Blee,not to mention adding on veteran actor John Vernon(of Animal House fame)as the school principal. There's even a hype-up 80's soundtrack by John Farnham featuring the single "Justice For One" that became unholy lovechild of 80's rock groups Loverboy and Foreigner. By the way,there was a sequel to this made in 1987,that didn't do well as the original neither,and there is talks in the works of a remake with Hailee Steinfeld(the Oscar nominated actress from 2010's True Grit)in the featured role as a revenge wielding teen.

Tanner L (fr) wrote: I Don't Know, Depends On If The Origanal Was Good.

Harlene Q (gb) wrote: The main actress in this film is teriffic! I loved her performance. I loved the direction, and how crazy the movie felt. I can't believe the Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo were in there too! It was so cool!

Nicholas B (nl) wrote: Probably Peckinpah's best, and a personal all time favorite. Its a harsh, and violent film about the lives of desperate people in a fucking hard world. Forget about not pulling punches, this movie just brutalizes from start to finish. A powerfully raw film, that's got no time for anyone's bullshit. Its also hauntingly savage and at times overwhelmingly beautiful. This is it. One of the all time TRUE classics of cinema. Warren Oates' best work. It also has this alcoholic surrealism to it, which you'll identify with if you've ever been at the wrong end of a bottle, for a sufficient period of time. Simply no compromises here, the purest dirty film you will EVER see.

Jenna I (kr) wrote: Woah, Elvis got real. A much darker origin story for Elvis- that genuinely gets surprisingly dark for a pop music movie- in which a guy who has major anger issues and a huge chip on his shoulder for no explained reason rises to the top and wallows until he gets punched in the neck and reconsiders some of his choices. I wish this went even darker, like maybe throw Robert Mitchum in there or something as the other prisoner, but a pretty solidly enjoyable film either way.

Edgar C (fr) wrote: The importance of responsibility and of those people who love and care about you are important factors that influence our everyday life, specially our happiness. We should take that into consideration everytime we wake up in the mornings. Don't ever forget those people. 79/100