Blood and Oil: The Middle East in World War I
The feature-length documentary Blood and Oil – The Middle East in World War I exposes the Western greed and political intrigue which laid the foundation for wars, coups, revolts, oppressive dictators and military interventions in today’s Middle East. Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iraq, modern Turkey and other hot spots are born as the British and French divide the “fruits of victory” in World War.
Marty Callaghan's Synopsis: Except for the Dardanelles/Gallipoli campaigns, the extensive combat operations in the Middle East during World War I have been largely overlooked in documentary... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: This the worst movie I have ever seen. Overacted badly, shocking cinematography, lit and edited by someone who is apparently blind. I seen some shit low budget movies with more redeeming features, the entire film feels like you're being preached to. I'll leave the huge holes in logic and massive flaws in the legal ideas.
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(ca) wrote: Capitalizing off the success of "Top Gun", director Tony Scott and actor Tom Cruise reunite to bring about another strong drama, trading Naval aviators in for stock car racers, in "Days Of Thunder". Cruise plays Cole Trickle, a nobody racer without a sponsor brought in by Tim Daland (Randy Quaid) to get them into the business of racing. The real star of the show is Robert Duvall as Harry Hogge, the pit crew captain that has all but retired. It's when Hogee and Trickle work together that they become the unstoppable force in racing. Trickle's rivalry with Rowdy Burns (Michael Rooker) reaches the highest dynamics of the film, especially when it comes to them racing down the hallways of a hospital after a major crash on the track. Also, Trickle's blossoming relationship with Dr. Claire Lewicki (Nicole Kidman) takes front seat towards the second act of the film, in one of Kidman's strongest showings to date, despite being the stereotypical good woman drawn to a flawed man. Tony Scott's style shines through and banking on the popularity of Cruise at the height of his career, "Days Of Thunder" is an utter success, bringing more emotion and suspense to the screen than any racing film could ask for. As with "Top Gun", which was somewhat dated by its use of music, "Days Of Thunder" hits many of the same marks, but in the end, its a reminiscence that makes this film as strong as it is, reminding us of '90s in all the best ways.
(ru) wrote: I don't get it but was enjoyable.
(br) wrote: Anything with Denzel is a winner. Good movie.
(us) wrote: Who knew that in 1977 Woody Allen would graphically portray exactly the type of urban soul that rural Trump supporters hate: over-educated, over-erudite, and over-exposed. His character hates Los Angeles as being too rural. But he can laugh at himself, and so the inherent charm of this work survives.
(mx) wrote: Instead of title "Stay", should really state "Stay away". A movie with group of A-stars (Ewan Macgregor, Naomi Watts, Ryan Gosling, Bob Hoskins, etc.) end up to such a poorly-written and imagined screenplay. This film might make sense if you were, say, on drugs. I was suckered in by mysterious trailers that made this film seem to be something intriguing and mysterious, and it is that, but people want answers. The whole thing plays out like an ultra-cheesy episode of The Twilight Zone. The movie is so steeped in visual tricks, symbolism, but it became tedious, with each scene trying to be more clever than the last one. The healing hands giving sight to the blind, what was that? Christian symbolism? The act of redemption? Why is the lead actor's pants so short? How distracting is that?! What is the meaning of dejavu moments? A lot of plot holes and story sometimes is all over the place. Got a feeling that director throws puzzle pieces in your face for you to put them together which in many cases of good thrillers works perfectly, but in this one puzzle is not even defined properly. There is few scenes of female twins showing up in background (at the university;s art lecture class and leaving the taxi at piano scene). Is there a meaning of this or director ran out of cast members? Also, meaning of scene with piano....hm? Hoping always, that in the end the film would redeem itself, I continued to watch, but it never did. It never went to the big screens for a reason. Really i hope this director never makes another movie. Overall, movie with great potential of story and idea but very poor delivery and even worse ending, leaving you with: WTF?!
(us) wrote: How could they make something so awesome so dull