Dead Wrong: How Psychiatric Drugs Can Kill Your Child
This is a real-life story about a Mother who lost her son to the dangers of psychotropic drugs that were prescribed to him by a general physician. In her quest to find the answers to what she could've done differently, she discovers the truth about psychiatric drugs. She then decides to do something about it.
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Dead Wrong: How Psychiatric Drugs Can Kill Your Child torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: With some sequels the original is always the best sometimes I have mixed feelings about this movie I loved parts of it and other stuff was silly Another great beginning and on the way some great special visual effects Plot follows the first movie 6 months after that one ended and has references to the first movie and two stars also Worthwhile watching
(ca) wrote: quite disappointing, some funny moments but overall a wasted opportunity
(de) wrote: Liked Sandra Bullock convincing performance. Ben Affleck did not shine in this flick.
(fr) wrote: A hard, unflinching and completely accurate look at the final 10 days of the Nazi Regime.
(au) wrote: "California Split" invites viewers to laugh at the saturated world of compulsive gambling, while getting them too close to feel any sort of comfort while doing it. The film is so skilled in balancing its unique blend of abashment and anxiousness that it actually replicates the feeling one gets while gambling. A major work by Altman, that doesn't get nearly the amount of acclaim it deserves.
(jp) wrote: This movie was a complete waste of time. Infidelity and sex are such interesting topics but this movie made them boring and tedious. Nothing happens. There was one scene that was interesting for about 30 seconds. That's it. Why does this movie even exist? Can someone please remake this and change the story so something actually happens? Please?
(ru) wrote: The script goes through the motion a few times but the movie retains the overall Lovecraft feel that Carpenter was striving for, which certainly helped thanks to Carpenter's vision of freaks and monstrous abominations which were brought forward from The Thing, while Sam Neill acts like a crazy person somewhere in the background with a bucket of popcorn in his hand.In the Mouth of Madness is, quite frankly, John Carpenter's last great movie.