Cesar Chavez

Cesar Chavez

A biography of the civil-rights activist and labor organizer Cesar Chavez. Chronicling the birth of a modern American labour movement, Cesar Chavez tells the story of the famed civil rights leader and labour organiser torn between his duties as a husband and father and his commitment to securing a living wage for farm workers. Passionate but soft-spoken, Chavez embraced non-violence as he battled greed and prejudice in his struggle to bring dignity to working people.

The film revolves around the biography of a thinker in the process which he regains rights for workers. Chavez is a Mexican-American, who organized uprisings at the plantations in California in the year 60. Finally, his efforts has been keeping an eye on by the international community, culminating in the uprising received the support from Robert Kennedy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cesar Chavez torrent reviews

Tuukka P (nl) wrote: Interesting look at the birth and background of the Anonymous movement.

Patrick G (ru) wrote: About the equivalent of someone making a fluffy documentary about how benign Hitler was, after he had already invaded Poland.

Daniel O (de) wrote: 0% is unfair, this movie was not made to be thought about and critiqued. Consider a spoon, we don't go 'wow that didn't do a good job at cutting my steak!'. No we measure a spoons utility against its intended purpose. Well Bucky Larson should be measured against its intended purpose too and that is to cater to our inner juvenile.We watch shrek, etc and say wow that stimulated my inner child and we walk away feeling great. What about our inner juvenile, why can't I cater to this? If I act out, I remain single and outcast. And if I repress it, we all know where that goes Mr Freud. So movies like Bucky Larson allow a self respecting member of society to indulge this much forgotten inner self.When watching this movie I laughed out loud and had an enjoyable time, same as I can watch Million dollar Baby and be forced into contemplating the meaning and purpose of life. Don't be one of those people who won't relax enough to enjoy this carefully created rubbish. Relax people and let your inner juvenile have some fun, it won't kill you and you will be more well rounded and interesting for it.

Sophia R (ru) wrote: The audience in my showing all those years ago of, say, 14 people, were laughing uproariously for the entire film. Partly because it's literally the worst thing I've ever seen, partly because we were trying not to cry remembering that we actually paid to get in.

Lenny V (mx) wrote: This movie really changed my perspective on Bangkok. I've heard amazing things about the nightlife and that was the end of it. Watching this further cemented my hate for "falang" or these westerner's that pride themselves in their ability to pay big bucks to be worshipped and "pleasured" by these woman. Bangkok is the leading country for this sex trade, and I blame the women, poverty, and lack of jobs for these practices. Watch it and open your mind like I did.

WS W (us) wrote: I was not aware this is actually a documentary.

Brandon W (de) wrote: Before I start this review, I should re-name this film, "Harry Potter and the Journey of Hair Continuity." Yes, everyone's hairstyles can be a little distracting in this film (especially on the Weasley brothers) But look back on your yearbook in 2005 and try not to cringe at the hairstyle you had. I sure do. Anyways, The Goblet of Fire has gotten a reputation for being a mess among fans. I personally have never read the book so I cannot judge on that front, but what I can say is that this entry does suffer from Bi-Polar Tone Issues. This has the biggest contrast between the light-hearted fun and the dark gruesome scenes in the whole series. One scene will involve a giant attack on the Quidditch World Cup followed by Ron Weasley being amazed by girls' butts. The storyline involving Barty Crouch and the Death Eaters is actually a pretty interesting one but it takes a back seat for most of the movie for the Tri-Wizard Tournament and the Winter Ball Dance segment that takes up almost 1/3 of the movie. The Tri-Wizard Challenges are entertaining enough and all the teenage sexual tension is fun to see and gets some great laughs, but it doesn't flow as nicely as Prisoner of Azkaban did or even Chamber of Secrets for that matter. This is what happens when you hire the director of "Prince Of Persia: The Sands of Time". SPOILER ALERT... You know this one was coming... Cedric Diggory's death is so hard to watch. It's brutal! It always gets me in tears. END OF SPOILERS. Although this film is not as good as I once thought it was, there are still some very entertaining parts. The additions of Ralph Fiennes as Voldemort and Brendan Gleeson as Mad-Eye Moody were some of the best casting choices in the whole series and the Dragon Battle was pretty exciting. I just wish it had more focus on its story and tone instead of focusing on scenes like Moaning Myrtle trying to catch a peek at Harry's... Magic Wand... Sorry, It was too easy.

Fei H (ca) wrote: Ok, I guess. But I expected something a little more engaging.

Shawn W (mx) wrote: A cop starts to unravel after internal affairs looks into his fatal killing of a knife-weilding suspect. Pretty good erotic thriller that has its mandatory simulated sex scenes, including one oddly-timed one where the cop gets in the mood with his wife right after revealing to her that he killed her brother. I guess she wasn't that close to her brother.

Shawn W (us) wrote: Honolulu detective Jenny Sleighton is tough as nails but smooth as silk. Silk takes on a crime ring her boyfriend (and fellow detective) is associated with. Cec Verrell has an unforgettable look.