Hosted by twice Oscar nominated actor and activist Woody Harrelson, Ethos lifts the lid on a Pandora's box of systemic issues that guarantee failure in almost every aspect of our lives; from the environment to democracy and our own personal liberty: From terrifying conflicts of interests in politics to unregulated corporate power, to a media in the hands of massive conglomerates, and a military industrial complex that virtually owns our representatives. With interviews from some of todays leading thinkers and source material from the finest documentary film makers of our times Ethos examines and unravels these complex relationships, and offers a solution, a simple but powerful way for you to change this system!
Hosted by twice Oscar nominated actor Woody Harrelson, Ethos explores the mechanisms in our systems that work against democracy, the environment and our own personal liberty. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Peter P (ag) wrote: John Cusack is a Hitman working for Robert DeNiro who has been given a very simple job, pick up a bag, wait at a hotel, and no matter what, don't look in the bag. Sounds easy, right, except there are bunch of people who all want the bag, and a girl who your not sure what she wants. This had the makings of a really good movie, but it's pace and tone just leave it a little boring, and by the end I really didn't care what was in the bag.
Dane P (jp) wrote: A charming original and very funny comedy that is not for the easily offended. (I wasn't offended but thats a reason why this films overlooked)
Kristine H (kr) wrote: I was expecting this to be more about cooking. It turned out to be about the indian cook, Stella, and how she schemes to rip off the diplomats she serves. It's fairly entertaining but very simplistic.
Ric A (ru) wrote: Everything is ground-breaking, literally and figuratively; that is probably why this film works for some. I'd stay with the minority and leave this mess alone.
Evan H (ru) wrote: This is a beautiful movie!
Jeff F (nl) wrote: One man's strange and unlikely odyssey following the suicide of his wife. Philip Seymour Hoffman is simply amazing in the lead role. A beautiful visual style and wonderful off-kilter storytelling elevate this film above the usual cliched, formulaic hollywood tear-jerkers. What we are left with is a very real portrait of depression, coping with loss, and how close one may come to "closure".
John A (kr) wrote: Genius! This film has a bit of everything: classic Woody Allen self-deprecating humour; touching scenes of neurotic couples trying to fall out of love without realising they are hopelessly in love despite themselves; ridiculous farce which makes you want to shout at the characters; a tense Hithcockian climax full of atmospherics and brilliant camera work; music, mayhem; and maybe even murder! It shouldn't work, but somehow it does, largely because of the great ensemble acting from Diane Keaton, Alan Alda, Anjelica Houston, and Jerry Adler.
Paavo L (ru) wrote: hyva rikosleffa 80-luvulta. Jeff Bridges tekee hyvaa tyota paaosassa.
Adam A (kr) wrote: "Se7ven" has a slow start to its otherwise slow pace but the third act makes up for some of its loss and gives you a statement a high prolific could have said in one sentence.
Andres B (es) wrote: The 400 Blows reloaded. This focuses much more on the sexual awakening of the young Laurent than anything else, as well as his relationship with is irresponsible, but very attractive mother. A really enjoyable movie. The fact that the main character is actually smart makes the his story and his views all the more interesting.
Bolly B (br) wrote: David Fenner is such a funny loser ^_^
Mark A (jp) wrote: Kevin Smith's satire on religion is just as bonkers and inconsistent as you'd expect, but there's genuine insight and provocation that shines through, making it one of his better flicks
Ahmed M (kr) wrote: Other than some comedy here and there, this is a really bad time travel/comedy movie, but it shouldn't be any surprise once you check the cast itself.