Archival footage, animation, and music are used to look back at the eight anti-war protesters who were put on trial following the 1968 Democratic National Convention. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Archival footage, animation, and music are used to look back at the eight anti-war protesters who were put on trial following the 1968 Democratic National Convention.
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Alexander C (ru) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!
Lachlan D (fr) wrote: Narc has all the classic cliche's I come to expect in a police procedural, however it puts its own spin on them making this a very original film. In addition it is a gritty, visceral and at times confronting piece of cinema with a real world sense of grimness and no forced tendencies to appeal to society's vulgar taste in sentimentality and contrived pathos. From a technical stand point it's also a well shot film with great set design, cinematography, camerawork and sound design, all of which reinforce two stellar performances from Jason Patrick and Ray Liotta.
Bedford C (gb) wrote: I don't get the hate for this movie. It is 1860s Steampunk, so it is supposed to be a little hokey. Two engaging heroes, a comely heroine, and a fun villain make for an engaging popcorn movie.
Giovanni M (ag) wrote: With Fraser being as likable as he can, Blast from the Past is an example of how a supporting cast can overpower the leads and carry a movie.
Adam M (it) wrote: goes from black humor to total disgust with the couple; and the camera moves make the sets look artificial
Lippy L (es) wrote: I saw this movie on tv at anout 1 am a couple years ago and i thought it was prety funny. Might have been the sleep deprivation.
Andreas O (ru) wrote: This movie should be ashamed of itself on so many accounts. Stupid characters, lousy script and creatures more-than-inspired by Gremlins. Near unwatchable.
Robert S (mx) wrote: I have no idea why... But obsessed!
Brian K (jp) wrote: Poorly written and equally acted, this cop drama is full of stereotypes and no surprises other than how actors like Robert DeNiro and Forest Whitaker got involved in the first place.
Vicki B (it) wrote: I feel very much in the minority as I can't join in with the chorus of people raving about this film. I persevered and tried to like it because normally I do tend to like films with a good critical reception. But I found it so irritating. A self-indulgent, self pitying guy falls in love with a sycophantic operating system called Samantha. The world raves about it. A bratty, degenerate film for people who love to dwell on first world problems. Of course all of this is disguised by a hauntingly pensive soundtrack and too much faux deep, vapid dialogue. People who struggle with empathy will like this film because it tells them how to feel. The cake is over-iced.
Fabio F (mx) wrote: Quirky doesn't always always mean good, but in this time somehow was alright???
Fernando Jos G (jp) wrote: En Think Like a Man presentan a estrellas esbeltas y muy sensuales en que su contexto elegante y muy pretencioso te envuelve completamente. A todo esto, resulta un guin decente y funcional acerca del romance moderno norteamericano. Fuera de ello, no es un proyecto ambicioso y nada inspirador.