Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio

Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio

For 50 years, radio dominated the airwaves as the first mass medium. Ken Burns examines the lives of three men who shared the responsibility for its invention and early success.

For 50 years, radio dominated the airwaves as the first mass medium. Ken Burns examines the lives of three men who shared the responsibility for its invention and early success. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jackie L (ca) wrote: I laughed pretty hard not a bad movie

Megan T (ru) wrote: Small masterpiece. 5/5 from me. 96% on RT.

Febro H (mx) wrote: a quiet and slow movie but charming

Sam Wise (de) wrote: It's a sequel and has some inherent sequel problems with the main stars don't return. The new star seems like a mix of her old self from the previous film, and an mix in of the former star. It gets some points for me because of the Cops very logical argument, and less giant bugs. I dislike how the movie oversexualized the bug, and while the end twist was great in concept, it didn't feel believable in any way.

Edward R (de) wrote: This drab, lifeless piece of shit passes as a movie?! Not even five or so great actors and a long list of decent B actors could save this tankin' stinker.

Kirk I (us) wrote: Great movie!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jesper J (it) wrote: I thought it was cooler some 20 years ago when I watched it last time.

Les C (de) wrote: rachel weisz say No More x

Derek K (fr) wrote: Hilarious, Classic, Sellers is phenomenal in his last work as usual

Cj O (es) wrote: It's not comparable to the original cartoons. Then again, what new Looney tunes project is? It's a make-fun-of-yourself comedy with Steve Martin's charisma and Brendan Fraser's humorous biceps, mostly focusing on Daffy Duck than Bugs Bunny and carrying some great gags from the animation and the live-action sequences, both being a hilarious cartoon.

James F (it) wrote: funny at times and great action highly recommend this

Sol C (it) wrote: Channing Tatum's performance is the best reason to check out this film. The film was so so. It needed a rewrite. It reminded me of movies like Brooklyn's Finest, Narc, and Sleepers. The opening scene of the film should have been the flashback murder. The structure is a little off, since the film goes back and fourth between the present and the flashbacks. Acting wise, Pacino is good as usual. I feel like I have seen him play this role before. Same goes with Ray Liotta. Juliette Binoche and Katie Holmes provide solid supporting work here. Tracy Morgan is miscast as Vincent.Dito Montiel did a much better job, directing wise, with A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints than this film.