End of the Road: How Money Became Worthless
Wall Street is being occupied. Europe is collapsing in on itself. Around the world, people are consumed by fear and anger, and one question is on everyone's lips: Is the financial crisis over, or are we headed towards economic disaster? documentary that chronicles the global financial collapse. Told in an entertaining and easy to follow style, the film tells the story of how the world came to be in such a state, from the seeds sown after WW2, to the current troubles facing us today, and to the possible future that may await us all. Also asks influential members of the finance and investment communities for their predictions on the world's financial future.
- Stars:Adam Fergusson, G. Edward Griffin, Mike Maloney, Bill Murphy, Richard Nixon, Jim Puplava, James Rickards, Peter Schiff, Dimitri Speck, Eric Sprott, James Turk,
- Director:Tim Delmastro,
- Writer:Jason Spencer, Tim Delmastro
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(au) wrote: 1/2? 3/4?"? : )
(us) wrote: This film is actually a better movie than the original was as it fills out into a full-fledged gore fest with enough story to make you connect to the epic virus plot that is now unleashed onto the public by the lazy idiot cop from the first one. The one scene where the kid licks the strippers leg was absolutely disgusting. I can't wait for part 3!
(us) wrote: Heavily brooding, slightly without purpose, and just a little short of enough light relief, David Yates conducts the second-to-last Harry Potter film at an unexpectedly deliberate pace which definitely would catch series fans off-guard, but it does show how far in thoughtful, emotional and dazzling film-making they've come.
(kr) wrote: i hate... larry the cable guy, ron white, bil engvall, the only one i find remotley funny is foxworthy. and hes still not good.
(ca) wrote: At least this movie stayed true to the idea that Lloyd and Harry are good guys as in Dumb and Dumber To they made Lloyd Harry into unlikable, sexist, racist douches.
(es) wrote: sweetly appealing and heartfelt.anything but ordinary-it was nicely enjoyable to watch.
(es) wrote: this movie has way too many plot holes.
(ca) wrote: Bad acting, slow pacing, and a very horrible script. All of this will be ok if they good you the action. Sadly, the action is very disappointing, and I feel like the director is doing his best to not give me what I want.
(jp) wrote: this one slipped under the radar....its actually moving and sad. good stuff.
(ag) wrote: There are certainly better musical bio-pics out there (Buddy Holly Story, Ray), but La Bamba gives it to you from all sides about a kind of forgotten rock legend. Ritchie Valens was only 17 when he passed away in a plane crash with The Big Bopper and Buddy Holly, but his story is pretty interesting. Growing up poor in California with a mother that favored him, a brother that was jealous of him, and a girlfriend not allowed to see him, La Bamba does a solid job covering this from all angles. First and foremost the music is excellent as it's done by the famous Hispanic rock group Los Lobos, and Lou Diamond Phillips still hasn't done a better movie. What I do find interesting is how the ending is told. A sick Valens on the phone, reconciling with his brother, while Holly sings in the background the song "Crying, Waiting, Hoping". While the scene is solid in that the two bury the hatchet so to speak, it's odd that it's during a Buddy Holly song. Anyway, saw it on one of the free movie channels, and worth checking out if you haven't seen it.
(fr) wrote: This is an immensely pleasing movie. Jeff Bridges is very convincing in this most unusual role of an alien made of light who takes the form of the dead husband of Jenny Hayden, played also completely convincingly by Karen Allen. What follows after their first encounter is a road movie of sorts, but one that is full of heart and irresistible charm, and action as they are pursued by the government and pretty much all of it's might. With perfect pacing there are a couple scenes that show just how powerful the starman is that are played beautifully, they never feel overblown for the sake of adding mindless movie action and tension, but they are very effective and allow room in this fantasy sci-fi for a surprisingly touching love story. In fact it's hard to tell if it's a sci-fi first or a love story first, but either way both aspects shine brighter in this movie than either aspect does in movies that are just sci-fi or just love story. On top of that is the incredible score which moves from grand, mind expanding, epic goodness to tender, haunting beauty, and all done with what could all too easily have sounded like cheesey synths. You will laugh, you will cry, you will love Starman.
(gb) wrote: I saw this on tv when I was a young boy and I thought it was pretty scary. Ray Harryhausen's monster creations are very effective and memorable.
(mx) wrote: Marlon Brando is great actor but watching him play the legendary hero was weird. I would really love to see a modern and historically ACCURATE version of Zapata's story- hope one comes out soon, one in which even the Zapatistas could endorse.
(mx) wrote: There's less action, but an epic finale and perfect acting make this another great HP movie. CAN YOU NOT JUST MAKE A BAD MOVIE OR WHAT ?????
(us) wrote: Good actors though not much chemistry. Nice cinematography and story line but a little slow paced with an underwhelming ending.