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Jasper H (fr) wrote: Wikepedia reports, "David Maraniss, author of Barack Obama: The Story, called the film "preposterous", saying that it is "depressing to have so much fictional, unreported, conspiratorial, unhistorical stuff floating around." Among anti-Obama productions, Maraniss said "This DVD is the worst of the bunch." Nothing could be further from the Truth. The author of the book EXHAUSTIVELY presents documentary evidence supporting all his assertions and they are dependable beyond a shadow of a doubt. Books with Frank Marshall Davis's name as author are presented with copious nude photos, INCLUDING that of Obama's mother, Ann Durham. The analysis of Obama's far, far leftist indoctrination and appetites are there for the open minded analyst to embrace and learn from. It a liberal doesn't like the Truth, he needs to examine his white guilt for what it is, a precursor to the destruction of the United States.
Allan S (gb) wrote: The fact this hasn't even got an offical critic rating says it all...this film was recommended by Mark Dale...I agreed to suffer an hour of this absolute garble you call a rapable colostomy bag. It doesn't really deserve a half star but it's the lowest I can give. However, the film obviously has low production values, as in I seriously would've rather spent the films budget on a McDonalds Happy Meal than on these most likely ex-porn stars. Obviously though this director is young and inexperienced and is most likely just fucking about in a forest with a videocamera and calling it a film and I respect it for the fact that this has made it into a petrol station dvd shelf. But apart from that you're better off watching two babies and an elephant peadophile for an hour.
Cam W (de) wrote: Takes place in Montana, filmed outside of Bozeman, so its awesome scenery. A nice cast, the little kid is hilarious. A good family film, maybe better for rental than the big screen though.
Thomas T (ca) wrote: Mechagodzilla is back, and it gives Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla the potential to thoroughly entertain Godzilla fans.
Randall B (fr) wrote: Usually the audience is better at rating romcoms but I'll have to agree with the critics on this one. Disjointed, sloppy dialogue, impossible to believe situations and the main premise is an outright lie: lightning doesn't turn sand into clear glass but a rough 3", hollow, ugly piece of fulgarite.
Russ B (nl) wrote: 8/30/2015: Very disappointing. I liked the premise of the film, but the execution and direction of the fin was underwhelming.
Cassandra M (br) wrote: Gangland enforcer James Fox gets involved with decadent fading rock star Mick Jagger in Nicholas Roeg's and Donald Cammell's cult filmFew films encapsulate drug-crazed Swinging 60s London like this one, though it was only seen three years after it was made and then heavily-edited because Warners were shocked at what they had financed. The film exceeded the boundaries of good taste that always epitomized British cinema.This superbly shot, deeply disturbing, complex, often pretentious, often brilliant parable of confused identity was the first feature directed by leading cinematographer Roeg, sharing the credit with artist Cammell.An eerily plausible Fox, cast against type, plays Chas, a sadistic gangster on the run who rents a room in the Notting Hill Gate home of Turner (Jagger), a reclusive, sexually ambiguous, washed-up rock star. Fox, his antithesis, is offered women and magic mushrooms before literally swapping personalities with the singer.Fox abandoned the cinema for almost a decade after this film, such was its effect on him.Verdict A dazzling, ideas-rich, extraordinarily inventive full-stop to the 60s
Yuri B (au) wrote: This was one of the best sports movies that you will ever see... this film sincerely launched Jamie Foxx to the next level.
Melissa R (mx) wrote: Super funny and surprisingly sweet. One of my new favorites!! Love Mila Kunis!!