How to Die in Oregon
In 1994 Oregon became the first state to legalize physician-assisted suicide. At the time, only Belgium, Switzerland, and the Netherlands had legalized the practice. 'How to Die in Oregon' tell the stories of those most intimately involved with the practice today -- terminally ill Oregonians, their families, doctors, and friends -- as well as the passage of an assisted suicide law in Washington State.
- Stars:Harry Bruton, Ray Carnay, Cody Curtis, Paul Darley, Glenn Elfman, Ginny Foster, Elaine Gallegos, Gordon Green, Gene Mauldin, Randy Niedzielski, Adelle Remz, Roger Sanger, Peter Scott, Dave Sheckler, Shirley Lang,
- Director:Peter Richardson,
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(es) wrote: Nice idea n story Line.But They Put in too many small plots into 1 story .... which made it a bit of a drag but it posed some serious ques.Could have shorten it a bit. Could have improved it.Yeah but 1 time watch !
(it) wrote: Une belle vocation des 40 dernires annes qui ont vu tant de bouleversements. Laetitia Casta est magistrale.
(fr) wrote: Its movies like this after seeing them that at times I am ashamed to call myself an American.How the hell does something like this happen in our country?George Bush had already made such a mess of our country I was sick to death of him,this was the Icing on the cake.^ days? Why did it take 6 days to get water to the Superdome?Why were these people not evacuated?Sad documentary folks.I think every American should watch this to see the HELL these people went through and the positive upbeat spirit a few held in their hearts while their city fell apart all around them.See it!
(nl) wrote: Bland and overdramatized.
(us) wrote: So very obviously inspired by Bridget Jones and SATC, I say minus two stars because of that. But lack of originality doesn't bother as much as long as the movie's made with taste, ans Nynne manages to be entertaining in spite of the TOTALLY predictable ending.
(ru) wrote: Sad and true story with that horror feeling it has. What a shame for people to had died that way after a way to go and try to have a little fun.
(nl) wrote: "13 Moons" is one of the most poorly assembled, incomprehensibly photographed, and incoherent pieces of trash I have ever seen. Alexandre Rockwell, may God have mercy on your soul.
(fr) wrote: When my friend brought this movie over, I was like "Whatever"...But it turned out 2 b a pretty good flick.
(fr) wrote: Rather limp superhero flick. The relationship between 'The Thing' and 'Human Torch' is brilliant, but is probably the only thing going for this movie which is very weak when compared to even the terribly floored Spider-Man films. Even the boring Hulk movie was better than this. There are too many moments of 'not a lot going on', that when the film finally finishes you sit back and wonder whether anything did actually occur during the whole two hours (the length of the extended version). Apart from the pile-up on the Brooklyn Bridge, the only other action sequence is the final fight (very short lived and simple). The rest of the movie sees the characters standing around talking, and as I said earlier, not a lot really happens in this movie. Fantastic Four needed a sequel even though it didn't deserve one.
(it) wrote: Some skilled camera work and stunning visual effects, but I really didn't care for this movie. There wasn't much of a plot and the pacing didn't work well at all. Most of the film was boring until it got really weird at the end. (First and only viewing - 5/16/2010)
(gb) wrote: 3.5/5 A very touching portrayal of a father-daughter relationship, but the plot was a bit too thin for my taste and the dialogue trailed into bland territory.
(au) wrote: Now this really is crap, stylishly shot yes but it took all my patience to even sit through this one.
(gb) wrote: Clueless in NYThat's what Meg's character demands the movie should've been called!I did like the movie, but Meg's character went overboardIt deserved to be a hit; but the reason for this to be this big is because apparently most women would like to have an emotionally expressive, like-in-movies, man as Tom was. Someone already in life like Bill be damned!It also tells that women were confused then & confused now. Why? Watch Twilight series