Fall Of The Republic documents how an offshore corporate cartel is bankrupting the US economy by design. Leaders are now declaring that world government has arrived and that the dollar will be replaced by a new global currency. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fall of the Republic: The Presidency of Barack H. Obama
Fall Of The Republic documents how an offshore corporate cartel is bankrupting the US economy by design. Leaders are now declaring that world government has arrived and that the dollar will be replaced by a new global currency.
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Lahssen H (fr) wrote: i'm against war in IRAK
Samuel S (jp) wrote: I haven't liked a Kevin James film yet but I don't hate the guy but at this point everyone should know what they are getting from a Kevin James movie. The movie cant decide whether it is a romantic comedy or a family film but manages to fail at both. The film has great voice talent from all different genres of film but there are no stand outs in this film. Stay away from this bombshell
i C (fr) wrote: 7,5/10Good, hard French thriller
Andr T (br) wrote: Gore, torture, sex, incest, rape, whores, japan, weird, creepy, deformed, sick, murder...omg one of the most sickest torture scenes I've ever seen...ughh...my stomach..
Zach K (de) wrote: At first glance "Roman" resembles a college film project that may have employed\ an old 16mm film camera for the very first time. It is experimental and bizarre. The setting is a lonely, low budget apartment building with a picture window for Roman to watch lustfully at passerbys. Lucky McKee expands, in a way, on the idea of a person keeping their skeletons in the closet, or in this case the decaying 1st date in the bathtub. He reminds us that you cannot entertain monotony with plaguing guilt.
Kendyl C (ru) wrote: Basket Case has a name that couldn't be any truer to the film. It's B-horror at its finest and it's so disastrous and gory, it's actually flattering.
RC M (nl) wrote: Here's a rarity...a Toho movie with NO giant rubber monsters! And a doozy at that! Basically...it concerns an alien body snatcher that enters your mind through a vagina like opening in the middle of your forehead. And it drinks blood. Some of the (beautiful) photography is quite surreal. RECOMMENDED!!!
Wahida K (gb) wrote: I have to take my previous words against this Movie back. I guess it took me time to really to catch it. lol.This is really Unique Movie and one of my very fav Character in the Movie is Raj Kishore playing the character of Lahori at the second it is Kishore Kumar, the immortal Kishore not only great Playback singer but a great Actor too. At the third place the rest of the gang included Saira Banu.Thank You for Padosan Mehmood!
Michael H (fr) wrote: The filmmakers do pull off a neat trick by telling us the whole backstory through archival footage of newscasts discovered at a TV station. Of course the fog helps to obscure any shortcomings that might have cropped up, but by the end of the movie it's very, very thick, and being in black and white anyway, the thick gray haze quickly grows annoying, as you suspect that any action that is being hidden isn't worth straining to see. And elementary math skills reveal that they could afford three Slime People suits, because that's the most you ever see on screen at one time. This does tend to dilute the concept of the Slime People as a world-conquering horde.
Carl W (ag) wrote: "You're poison. You're poison. Don't you know you're killing me?!" and Oliver Reed carries on driving. Fantastic. Bleak.
James Z (de) wrote: although the plot never really soars, it makes it an objective to respect and even animate the audiences' intelligence, always seeming to be a step ahead. with the steady hands of philip noyce and enigmatic but dignified ford, 'patriot games' is a surprisingly solid thriller.
GordonThe Mad Artist (kr) wrote: Insipidly stupid time waster with Kathleen Turner, Dennis Quaid, Stanley Tucci, etc. Don't let the good cast fool you--the writing and direction (even though it's the usually decent Herbert Ross) are what sucks about this one.
Ethan T (ru) wrote: ROLLERBALL SHOULD HAVE GONE STRAIGHT TO DVD