Democracy at Work
A clumsy local political campaign fights to avoid damage from an enigmatic Internet rumor spread about their candidate 5 days before the election.
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Gabriel A (ru) wrote: I'm still in shock as to how poorly this movie was made. I couldn't even finish it and I only had about 20 minutes left. This is just such an incomprehensible mess.
Tiffany H (gb) wrote: It's rare watching characters who possess such a disarming amount of wit, charm, delicacy, and raw emotion unfold within a script of a romantic comedy. A beautifully shot film with a touching message about finding hope in brokenness...
Erik S (it) wrote: I actually was a bit touched by this movie. It goes through all the mixed emotions that all the fans have felt ever since Phantom Menace was released and it really struck a cord with me. In hindsight when you see this movie it is easy to understand why Lucas transferred the reins over to Disney. He didn't realize that he had created something that have outgrown him and the importance it actually have had for people that have grown up with the original trilogy. Let's just hope that Disney doesn't botch this. But from the amazing success of their Marvel collaboration that doesn't seem to slow down any time soon. It is safe to say I am cautiously excited over how the continuation of the Star Wars legacy will progress.
bill b (br) wrote: NOW THAT WAS SUCH A DISSAPOINTMENT.IS THIS THE SAME DIRECTOR WHO MADE THE GRUDGE??WHAT HAPPENED WITH HIM??YES THIS FILM IS WEIRD BUT WITH A NEGATIVE WAY...
Konrad A (es) wrote: Hear is a SQL!! It was silly I was laughing a lot
Mike W (ru) wrote: What a waste. This could have been so good. The lumbering acting and poor dialogue ruin a perfectly good plot. The plot itself follows the true story of the battle of Isandlwana in Zululand when the British invaded. They seriously underestemated their foe and their base was wiped out. Ripe for a remake I think.
David T (ru) wrote: Slap stick, tongue in cheek "Beatles" mockumentary. The Rutles tells the story of four working class lads who become icons for a generation. The narration is fab and has some awesome sound bites. The cameos come thick and fast and are very enjoyable. Mick Jagger seems to find it very hard to keep a straight face throughout. I'm not a fan of Python (Yes - I know it must be hard for you to believe) but I did enjoy this. The humour is very dry and witty. This is something a little different, and despite not being amazing, it will keep you entertained...for a while.
Chandra L (gb) wrote: Lacking in major plot (unless you count that war or whatever was going on) and more of a day to day overview. Fictional tho I'm sure particularly relevant to reality.
Orlok W (jp) wrote: What a sadistically weird movie this was! Have you ever thought you saw something out of the corner of your eye, but when you looked directly at it, it wasn't there? Of course, it was in the shadows, so if it really WERE there, you wouldn't know for sure, would you? That's what this movie is about... Things that go bump in the night can be very scary--Super-effective and this film proves you don't need a huge budget to make a very good movie. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, My Ass, Be Very afraid, Very, Very Afraid... Old School Scary!!
Brent S (br) wrote: I wonder why the low ratings? This movie wasn't that bad!!!