Gasland Part II

Gasland Part II

Two years ago, Josh Fox introduced us to hydraulic fracturing with his Oscar®-nominated exposé Gasland. Now this once-touted energy source has become a widely discussed, contentious topic. In his follow-up, Fox reveals the extreme circumstances facing those affected by fracking, from earthquakes to the use of federal anti-terror psychological operations tactics. Gasland Part II is the definitive proof that issues raised by fracking cannot be ignored for long.

A documentary that declares the gas industry's portrayal of natural gas as a clean and safe alternative to oil is a myth, and that fracked wells inevitably leak over time, contaminating ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gasland Part II torrent reviews

Courtney S (es) wrote: Im Courtney Stern and I loved this movie it made me feel so frisky and wild I was lost in this fantastic cinema.

HungYa L (jp) wrote: Of course this is not the best rom com or whatever, but it has its moments. Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler are fine together.

Mikael K (ca) wrote: Jacques Nolot directs himself in this bare and bold examination of the life of an old gay man who feels he has nothing to live for. The atmosphere of the movie is both subtle and intense at the same time, and the dialogue holds much interest. This is one of those movies where nothing seems to be going on, but afterwards is seems like a lot of things have been said and shown.

Des S (jp) wrote: I enjoyed the storyline and was pleased to find out it was different that The Hills Have Eyes or Wrong Turn. Some of the acting could have used work at moments though.

Joo P (es) wrote: I had not seen something this inventive in a long time. Jonze handles the story marvelously, providing a great balance between the comedic, the sad and the bizarre. It may not be able to maintain its splendor through the entire run time, but it is a very entertaining and unique story!

Jordan K (jp) wrote: Lethal Weapon is one of the pioneering great action films and what makes it work, especially as a franchise, is the thrilling nature of the climax and undeniable chemistry between Gibson and Glover. It's one of the all time defining action films.Martin Riggs, a suicidal loose cannon detective, is partnered with no nonsense veteran cop Roger Murtaugh to solve a murder of a troubled young woman caused by a gang of armed heroin smugglers.The 1980s was a great time for the action genre. Rambo, Die Hard, Arnold flicks, and Lethal Weapon were some of the defining titles of the decade. This is also one of Gibson and Glover's big breaks into film (Gibson had a little bit before this), and Lethal Weapon defines great performances and chemistry. An odd couple chemistry between the two reasonably started the "buddy cop" genre, with some one liners and explosions everywhere, Lethal Weapon is one of a kind. In a field of tons of action films with the same general atmosphere, Lethal Weapon stood out and was a humorous thrill of a film. Great performances from Gibson, Glover, and even Gary Busey, playing the primary villain. The general atmosphere for some parts feels a little more dull, notably in the beginning, but picks up a lot towards the end. Lethal Weapon is gritty, thrilling, and one of the all time great action flicks. Lethal Weapon soon became a hit and led the way for three sequels, which I will also be reviewing.

Paul C (de) wrote: An American Civil War Western, and a real curio at that, even working in an Indian attack to help bring the two factions to an uneasy truce at the denouement. For all the plotlines, it doesnt really pick up until Richard Boone snarls onto the scene.

Ashley W (us) wrote: The chemistry between Bogart and Bacall is positively fiery in this action packed movie.