Greg Palast has been following the Bush family around for years as an investigative reporter for the BBC. This is some of the information he has found, as recorded in his book "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bush Family Fortunes: The Best Democracy Money Can Buy
Greg Palast has been following the Bush family around for years as an investigative reporter for the BBC. This is some of the information he has found, as recorded in his book "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy".
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Heather M (kr) wrote: This friendship was all over the place and made the movie quite a chore to watch. It ends as expected with everyone living happily-ever-after.
Rob M (de) wrote: As someone who loves Curb Your Enthusiasm but doesn't want to watch it for a fifth time, I thought this was a fun "Curb Your Enthusiasm Lite" to pass a chilly Spring evening. It was a reasonably entertaining film, a decent dose of Larry David and a good temporary fix while we wait for the 9th season.
Stephanie Z (jp) wrote: might want to see, probably should see the others first starting with a refresh of Pitch Black
Benn B (gb) wrote: I am so glad I sought this film out ... made a run up to the Dundee to catch it before it leaves town. Apparently the film came out of the Minneapolis indie scene. It's gonna make my top films for the year for sure! A young priest receives a confession from a prostitute about a future sin she will commit ... she plans to commit suicide on her birthday. She leaves the confessional quickly and the priest is unable to track her down. The film deals with many issues I'm intrigued by ... the young priest truly is acting in Christ-like fashion as he tries to find out who this young woman is and how to locate her. In the process he puts himself in some seedy places among some equally questionable characters. One of his parishoners sees him while riding the bus and reports him to the Bishop. People seem to forget who Jesus hung out with back in the day? Jesus was denigrated because of the people he hung out with as well, so it's unfortunate to be reminded how little has changed in some ways. Let's also remember that Jesus seemed to chastise the admitted believers of his time more than any other group. I also love the film because it paints the priests in a very human light ... quite refreshing b/c you do not get that from Hollywood films generally. We learn about their lives and struggles and how they live with the choice to be a priest concerning the things they "gave up". They have struggles of their own. There's a moment in the young priest's sermon where he is sharing his struggles and his humanity with the parishoners ... they look at him incredulously, yet blankly. As one of my wise friends likes to say "rigorous honesty scares the hell out of people" and that was the first thought that popped into my mind during this scene. Pretension never solves anything imho. Kristin Chenowith does a great job portraying the prostitute and Jeremy Sisto plays the younger priest Father John. For my counseling/clinician friends ... the film also touches on issues of personal ethics and boundaries. How far people are willing to go to help ... how you can't necessarily force someone to help themselves. I believe this movie just came out on DVD. It's still showing at The Dundee if you're like me and much rather would see movies on the big screen. If you don't mind smaller indie films and it sounds intriguing, I highly recommend it!
Melvin W (kr) wrote: Ben: You're an agent. Delivering bad news is part of your job description."Admit nothing."What Just Happened? is a decent attempt at bringing Hollywood to a more honest light. Not everything seems to work, but there's a lot of great stuff going on in the film. We're given a great cast, a decent story, and a terrific director in Barry Levinson. As the film runs along, I was always interested. This movie hasn't gotten a lot of slack and it all just seems unjustified to me. Sure the movie isn't a masterpiece, but it's a serviceable drama with some great performances.A Hollywood film producer is being overcome by many negative factors that he has to deal with in his job. He's going through the divorce process, he has a movie that isn't being received well, that they need to recut, but a director who doesn't want to change it, and also another movie with a star actor(Bruce Willis as Bruce Willis), who doesn't want to shave his beard. He has to take all this on at the same time and still try to keep his sanity.Robert De Niro delivers a pretty good role here as the struggling producer. He's backed up by a good supporting cast that includes Stanley Tucci, Bruce Willis, Catherine Keener, Sean Penn, and Kristen Stewart. The cast is outstanding and that's what makes the movie work just enough. The cast makes the kind of boring story a lot more entertaining.In the end the film is worth a look and I enjoyed it. It has moments that are funny, if in an off the wall sort of way, but funny nonetheless. Also some of the satire on Hollywood is quite aggressive and interesting. Maybe all of it isn't completely original, but the way it's presented makes for a good time.
Mark W (ca) wrote: Ok, if somewhat depressing movie. Doesn't really go very far but did a good job of representing Russia very shortly after the breakup of the Soviet Union in the mid 1990s.
Jayakrishnan R (de) wrote: 88%Watched this on 22/4/15October Sky is an emotional drama that is fast paced and full of realistic characters and situations. It's story feels relevant even now. As much as the science and rockets are inspiring to watch, the brawl between Gyllenhaal and his father character is equally engaging.
Dawn L (au) wrote: I Know This Didn't Get Very Good Reviews but I Love This Movie
Avid C (nl) wrote: Pump Up the Volume might have been the true opening salvo of the 90s, and the voice of Generation X, but it speaks to every teen of every generation.It is about raising your voice, being heard, but only with the advent of the Internet was its dream fully realized.This is the type of movie that will make you want to write your own blog, make a video journal, or do a podcast. It has that quality that grip people attention and make them do things worthwhile with their lives.It's an excellent performance by a young Christian Slater, and the rest of the cast. The whole story, every scene, each dialog, they all ring of authenticity. And the soundtrack is amazing.It might be getting old, but it doesn't feel like it.
Carol B (it) wrote: The undercurrent of incest and opening with the suggestion (?) of a girl getting raped was very troubling to me. The movie was well done, but I will never watch it again.
Arturo M (mx) wrote: Sophia Loren >>>>>>>>>>>>
Lindy D (kr) wrote: Doesn't deserve a star at all and was bad,I will never buy it at all just nasty!
Patrick Y (gb) wrote: Terrible ! Can't believe I waisted my time!
Cronis M (ca) wrote: A little heavy-handed at-times, Insurrection is more for the fans.