Documentary film investigating allegations of election fraud during the 2004 U.S. presidential election. Electronic voting machines count approximately 90% of America's votes in county, state and federal elections. The technology is also increasingly being used across the world, including in Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe and Latin America. The film uncovers incendiary evidence from the trash cans of Texas to the ballot boxes of Ohio, exposing secrecy, votes in the trash, hackable software and election officials rigging the presidential recount.Ultimately proving our votes can be stolen without a trace "Hacking Democracy" culminates in the famous 'Hursti Hack'; a duel between the Diebold voting machines and a computer hacker from Finland - with America's democracy at stake.
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(us) wrote: I was drawn into "Happy Christmas" because it made me feel like I was looking into my own world. The events that led her to where she ended up reminded me of my own life and the way I dealt with my own obstacles. The movie came off as cheap because of the script and because of the way the movie was presented. Overall the witty comedy and the good actors made the movie come together in the end.
(br) wrote: Polley surprises us with the brave and unreserved way that she exposes her family's secrets while trying to extract a meaning from her quest, even if she doesn't seem to know exactly how to end it, going a bit longer past what should have been its conclusion.
(es) wrote: best barbie movie evar!
(ca) wrote: What a weird experimental road movie from Russia!!! It did really a surprise to me that a feature film can be edited as a mess like that, but I can see the chaos of the plots are not any coincidences. The director intended to tell a crazy idea through many short stories in the way of documentaries, which was eventually created as a long feature film. Audiences should never try to insist in finding out every linkage between stories, yet they should only keep an impression, a whole but rough image how Russia can ridiculously work! I am sure this director can hardly produce again a film like that when he really gives up the docu-style in future as he said...
(us) wrote: A nice little very low budget film without a major plot... Guy return to his old hometown after having done a runner 4 years earlier. He is visiting his friend, Shifty, a local drug dealer. The plan is that they are going to some party, but until then they spend the day together. Shifty is going about his business dealing drugs and his friend tags along. Very good acting and a rather surprising ending. For those of you that watch Eastenders there is a chance to enjoy Nitin Ganatra doing something other than Masood.
(jp) wrote: I love that Mr Rob Zombie stays in 1979 in most movies 31 was anot intense in your face flick almost as good as rejects the music score was top notch loved the use of Dream on , I was pleasantly surprised I loved rejects Lords of Salem was just sorry rob horrorbull 31s main head doom head was I tense creepy scary grateful role for him Shari whom I usually love couldn't get past her bad hair sorry rob it just distracted me I'd love to see rob collaborate on a horror flick pretty corpses and rejects flick with @SUTTER INK Kurt Sutter #JMHO
(ru) wrote: Fine performances by Ed Harris, Jason Isaacs & Stephen Root can't save this go-no-where story with worn-to-death tropes done way better, decades before by classic filmmakers. I wanted this to be a good film and was pulling for everyone involved. Sadly, it comes up way too short way too often in every sense of storytelling.
(ag) wrote: [color=red]"To Live" is an emotionally powerful epic about a family living in China from the 1940's to the Cultural Revolution of the 1960's. I felt like this movie gave me the most realistic impression of living under Mao Zedong during this tumultuous period of time.[/color]
(au) wrote: Third verse, same as the first, and second for that matter. It was nice seeing so much of the Toronto waterfront though, although I think it started to go downhill after this one.
(ca) wrote: Al Pacino as an Idealist Lawyer torn amongst staying just, saving his career and winning. It's not a typical court-room drama. The film isn't focused particularly on a single trial. It's more of a satirical take on American (but I felt the message that was intended to be delivered is quite universal) judiciary system. Backed up by good performances for everyone. But Al Pacino was on a different level altogether. There were two scenes that will remain with you thanks to his talent. One was when he confronts his friend for screwing up a trial with catastrophic result. The character's human side was well depicted in that scene where Arthur Kirkland utters 'They are people, they are just people.' Pacino nailed it; and the climax speech of his.