From the acclaimed director of American Movie, the documentary follows former Los Angeles police officer turned independent reporter Michael Ruppert. He recounts his career as a radical thinker and spells out his apocalyptic vision of the future, spanning the crises in economics, energy, environment and more.

The film delves into what led Michael Ruppert, a police officer turned independent reporter, to foresee the financial crisis, as well as his grim worldview, which envisions more economic disasters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Senam N (br) wrote: everyone who couldn't get the math out of things going on around them must watch this piece. It may not give you the direct answer but gives you cognitive clue for the big picture and makes you see the glimpse of the true image of our lives.

Petri H (es) wrote: A low-budget movie and not a great one but they could have done worse.

Dena S (kr) wrote: it was a good one time watch

Robin H (us) wrote: Same old STV-cripe. Bad CGI-effects, bimbo actresses, black guys playing fake games while toking on big pipes. It's a shame, 'cause I really liked the second one, it was a decent (if not solid) slasher.

Ashley T (jp) wrote: This is about as high-concept as it gets. And about as Canadian as it gets. What other society could come up with a plot involving office workers placing bets on who could stay indoors the longest? Amazingly enough, the movie works like a charm. It's definitely quirky, perhaps an acquired taste that may not translate for international audiences, but there are some hilarious performances here, both of the over-the-top and understated kind. The direction and editing is just as unorthodox as the story, which some sly moves you might not notice or "get" the first time around. Definitely needs to be watched at least twice.

Grayson W (fr) wrote: Some cool special effects scenes, and the bully from Friday, but ultimately I was not that engaged by this supernatural prison thriller.

Steff A (ag) wrote: Well that was quite a ride! I'll give it that much! This is a cult film first and foremost. It started out as a giallo and with a five star rating, Then it turned into an Agatha Christie murder mystery with an Almodovar twist and a four star rating. Near the end it went completely bonkers, spat cult mucus all over the viewers and fell to a three star rating. All because Almodovar didn't know how to finish it. How sad and disappointing indeed. Still the film boasts excellent performances by Antonio Banderas, Carmen Maura, Chus Lampreave, Assumpta Serna, Julieta Serrano and the spanish Jeremy Irons, some good music, nice references to other films like "Duel in the Sun" and a charm that's hard to find in any picture nowadays. In the end this is an entertaining,unintentionally funny, hit and miss picture that should only be seen as a cult piece of Almodovarian history.

Joey F (jp) wrote: I LOVE this movie. I love it so, so much. It's one of the few historical films that actually manages to tell a story with themes and motifs and ideas, rather than just a bland cinematic telling of a true story. On top of that, it's based around music which is a huge plus for me personally. I don't know, it's just flawless as far as I'm concerned.

Leon B (nl) wrote: Review:This is quite a deep and emotional drama which is about an dysfunctional family who are trying to deal with a heavy divorce. The 3 girls are finding it difficult to deal with there parents splitting up and they are also going through there own personal problems in there own relationships. There mother seems to take the "Out of the blue" divorce, extremely hard, but she's convinced that she will get back with the husband until he announces that he has found another woman. It's quite a heavy drama with some emotional scenes, but the acting was brilliant by all of the cast who made the movie very believable. It does seem a bit one toned and every character is depressed through most of the movie, so you do have to be in the right frame of mind to watch it. Watchable!Round-Up:This really doesn't feel like a Woody Allen movie. In most of the movies that he has written, you can see a bit of his personality in the script, but this film really doesn't have any of his persona. There isn't any wit or any of his quirky lines all the way through the movie so it feels like there is someone else behind the camera. The really young Diane Keaton, impressed me with her deep performance, which reminded me lot of her amazing contribution to the Godfather franchise. Anyway, I personally found it a watchable movie which will touch many hearts, especially those who also have family issues.Budget: $10millionDomestic Gross: $10.4millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there Woody Allen movies about a dysfunctional family, with 3 girls who are trying to hold it together during the break up of there parents. 6/10

Eduardo C (au) wrote: Nobody living can ever stop me, As I go walking that freedom highway; Nobody living can ever make me turn back This land was made for you and me. In the squares of the city, In the shadow of a steeple; By the relief office, I'd seen my people. As they stood there hungry, I stood there asking, Is this land made for you and me?

Sean W (nl) wrote: Explores interesting themes, but has aged horribly.

Dave S (us) wrote: Has a definite oddball factor, but it's not the most rewarding watch. Although given the subject matter, it's kind of a marvel that the tone is as successful as it is even if it never amounts to much. Theme song, improbably enough, by The Osmonds.

Sandy C (ca) wrote: The story isn't convincing but it's worth it to see young Peter Boyle (playing a role similar to his Ray Ramono's dad-character, except a louder, more drunk and ignorant version!) and Susan Sarandon.

Samantha S (br) wrote: Scientifically stunning in attention to detail. Emotional through-line divided between many characters of a variety of backgrounds. Massive undertaking well executed considering the dooms day setting. Tense, yet intensely human.