Citizen Koch

Citizen Koch

Wisconsin - birthplace of the Republican Party, government unions, cheeseheads and Paul Ryan - becomes a test market in the campaign to buy Democracy, and ground zero in the battle for the future of the GOP.

A documentary that follows the money behind the rise of the Tea Party. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Citizen Koch torrent reviews

Mary B (es) wrote: True drama and stupidity

Keith P (br) wrote: I just saw this on the Spanish-lang. channel UniMs. While Gerard Butler ("300") & Michael C. Hall ("Dexter") are well-suited for this film, the fact that UniMs can't recognize them in the movie's promos implies "Gamer" is a bad film for at least 1 reason.

Andy P (ru) wrote: Gus Van Sant, no longer the daring indie film maker he once was, settles for a fairly standard biopic template but thankfully a stellar script and excellent central performance gives its fascinating and tragic subject justice and emotional power.

Vanessa P (it) wrote: Love it, '90s gold! They don't make chick flicks like this anymore...this has real substance. Music score is phenomenal.

Khalid M (it) wrote: the movie waz good in all aspects... songs, story line, plot, acting.. everything n even the endin waz nice..

R R (nl) wrote: Just when you thought things couldn't get any worse... Bergman made Shame. A gripping, horrifying account of absolute breakdown, both emotional and societal - Shame is a towering cinematic achievement that you absolutely MUST see.

Mloy X (gb) wrote: It was ok, cute but a little too neat and convinient for me..... not much a fan of the fairy tale endings. The whole film, especially the ending seemed a little too naive and unrealistic, but then again those were different times. I loved the fashion though, everyone looked so dashing and smart. Clifton Webb was cool though and I always like Louis Jordan, he just exudes charm.

Talyn M (es) wrote: A good film for the 10-12 year old crowd. I dunno, I found it charming and my little siblings loved it very much.

Larry W (de) wrote: When I think of "Marvel Formula" outside of Marvel Studios this film comes to mind.

Jesse F (br) wrote: I'm one of the few who prefer the sequels over the original "Sleepaway Camp".