Forget the pie charts, color-coded maps and hyperventilating pundits. What's the street-level experience of voters in today's America? In a triumph of documentary storytelling, ELECTION DAY combines eleven stories--all shot simultaneously on November 2, 2004, from dawn until long past midnight--into one. Factory workers, ex-felons, harried moms, Native American activists and diligent poll watchers, from South Dakota to Florida, take the process of democracy into their own hands. The result: an entertaining, inspiring and sometimes unsettling tapestry of citizens determined on one fateful day to make their votes count.
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Election Day torrent reviews
(br) wrote: una historia pequea que a los 30 minutos ya esta desarrollada y la hora restante esta de mas. Buenas actuaciones pero una floja direccion, como que burman la hizo mas por el billete que por el desarrollo, lo que se destaca es la fotografia y el comienzo en si.
(gb) wrote: Aftermath doesn't break new ground but it does present it's story in a slightly less conventional manner. Unveiling events from the perspective of four different characters and giving us four different directors and animation styles. While none of the stories give us radically different animation styles, they have different flavours and are far superior to the cg animation that bridges the individual stories. This is easily the worst cg animation i have seen since the style came into being. The voice acting is passable, and the story is ok, but not exactly gripping. As the follow up to Downfall, this film falls on its face. Downfall was far a far more enjoyable and quality experience. I recommend you watch that film in the Dead Space franchise and forget about this one.
(ru) wrote: I have to say, sad movies have their place. The trick, however, is to offer a way out. A solution. This offered neither, it was just an extremely depressing movie. Too bad too, since Adrian Brody's performance is strong.
(kr) wrote: Corny coming of age story backdrop but still kinda solid overall. Good performance delivered by the 2 main actors Nicky Bell & Liam Boyle, Bell in particular.
(br) wrote: Pride of Ownership, what the world is now to what it was. A world closely knit together of the underworld and the world above, everything is in order, while in other world there is chaos. This balance is sturbbed, striving for peace and answer and a new leader to take charge to see to it.
(ag) wrote: Fascinating and insightful. This documentary really takes you into the unique world of Darkon -- almost as much as the players get into the game themselves. The people are interesting and a lot of themes of roles in society are touched upon, which I had not been expecting. The original medieval-sounding score is awesome, too. The only complaints I have are with transitions, which don't always gel together, and the overall camerawork, which is not great even for a documentary.
(es) wrote: it is one of my fave movies i really liked it when i first saw it but now i love it and i watched it like hundred times :D
(gb) wrote: Energising and brilliantly shot. Boogie Night's performances and writing makes this a memorable late night classic.
(br) wrote: I loved this movie!! It was stupid and pointless and one of the best movies to sit around on a couch on a rainy day and waste time with! :D
(nl) wrote: Very slow to get going but when it does it entertains though not always for the right reasons. The fight scenes are okay but not exciting and the vampires die a little to easy. The direction is slow and mediocre and Dracula looks like he's just left a Halloween party, then dies easy again.
(nl) wrote: Great performance by Hepburn, she is naturally regal and elegant, so she makes a wonderful Mary Queen of Scots. I didn't care much for the rest of the cast. Or their accents for that matter!
(nl) wrote: I did like this movie but felt that Tamahori squandered a stellar ensemble cast. In fact, it was the cast that kept me engaged and not the plot or the meandering dialogue. How can you not pay attention with the likes of Michael Madsen, Chazz Palminteri and Jennifer Connelly moving across the screen?
(gb) wrote: Wasn't quite what I was hoping for. Crowe is great, and the element directly addressing Gallipoli is very good but the additional story line about Turkey and the aftermath of WWI seems a bit disjointed.