Committee on UnAmerican Activities

Committee on UnAmerican Activities

First film by a private citizen which criticizes a Government Committee: 1930s footage of Committee Chairman Martin Dies attacking "subversives" in labor unions; the Hollywood Witch Hunts; Cold War Blacklist; & 1960 San Francisco hearings.

First film by a private citizen which criticizes a Government Committee: 1930s footage of Committee Chairman Martin Dies attacking "subversives" in labor unions; the Hollywood Witch Hunts; Cold War Blacklist; & 1960 San Francisco hearings. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Committee on UnAmerican Activities torrent reviews

PY C (nl) wrote: Most of the skits are absolutely ridiculously hilarious!

Arun S (it) wrote: Brothers Sweetcherry, Birdcherry and Plum don't appeal immediately but leave you thinking for sometime. Could have been shorter though..

Private U (es) wrote: An 'ae(s)thetic' masterpiece that explores the nature of gender and identity in an age where our notions of ourselves are determined by the media that we consume.

Robert D (au) wrote: Booooooring! Not even a partly clothed Asia Argento can spice up this bore-fest.

WS W (mx) wrote: Despite original, I like the Hollywood remake one more.

Marilee A (kr) wrote: Bette Midler is Wonderful as the Newly Found Birth Mother that know no Boundries.Helen Hunt is a little Too Serious as April, & Matthew Broderick as Ben, & Colin Firth as Frank were all fairly good, but it's Bette that really stood out in this entertaining, but fairly forgettable Film.

Mark S (ca) wrote: Looks intense. I want to see this one really soon.

john o (mx) wrote: Pretty good, good use of emotional scenes and action when appropriate.

Lindsay K (gb) wrote: Ok, thanks to my sisters suggestion I watched this movie. It's just brilliant. You could NOT cast these guys if you tried. But it's genuine and funny. I feel a bit bad laughing at the people, but they are just so interesting. Mark Borchardt's love for making films really shows though. Which makes him really likeable. His friend Mike though was my favorite part of the movie. He's great.

Martin F (ca) wrote: My favorite city, favorite director, a bit strange filmmaker`s story. I really like it !

mia f (it) wrote: I don't like horror movies but this one is interesting

James S (ag) wrote: Eventually, some movies...or series...begin to look the same. Unfortunately, this Sinbad movie falls into that trap. Sure, there are some plot twists, but the fights look the same (a bunch of little humans taking on the big, bad monsters). I am a huge fan of Harryhausen, so I can handle that. I get the biggest kick out of seeing 2 Doctors Who (Tom Baker & Patrick Troughton) & 2 Bond women (Carolyn Munroe & Jane Seymour) in these movies. Jane Seymour redefines the world "huggable" in this film. these movies also get their talent from unusual places (Patrick Wayne was John Wayne's son). I do like the movies for their creativity...and the (women's) costumes (did I say that?).

Brian R (gb) wrote: A film which charts the journey of a nun called Viridiana from being devoted to God and about to take her final vows, to living (in a "fromage a trois?") with her cousin and his servant. I haven't seen a bad Buuel film yet. This one is less surreal than some of his other works such as 'The Discreet Charm..." but perhaps it has more of a story to tell and Buuel didn't want there to be many visual or tonal distractions from it. He extracts a fine performance from Fernando Rey - surely the greatest actor of all when it comes to conveying evil simmering below the surface - and an even better one from the incandescently beautiful Silvia Pinal.

Stafford V (ca) wrote: A funny classic that all should watch.

John D (it) wrote: Watching the immensely talented Danny Kaye is always pure joy.

J B (ca) wrote: Intoxicating and rich with emotion. "Breathe In" has a beauty and ineffable feeling to it that is deeply affecting. Drake Doremus, who also wrote and directed "Like Crazy," is adept at capturing a specific atmosphere and mood with little dialogue. Nuanced and intimate, the connection between Guy Pearce and Felicity Jones is staggeringly palpable; every breath and every touch can be felt.

Darryl V (es) wrote: its a good insight on manhood and discovering the violence that people don't realize they have

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