A hard-hitting yet humorous exposé on the breathtaking abuses of power in higher education, Evan Maloney's "Indoctrinate U" Shows what you won't see in the glossy marketing brochures of American colleges and universities. When unsuspecting students and professors run afoul of the campus thought police, the result would make for a great comic farce–if real careers weren't at stake.
Documentary filmmaker Evan Coyne Maloney investigates political censorship at colleges and universities in the United States. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Indoctrinate U torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: I just watched this at The Newport Beach Film Festival, and this has got to be one of the best movies I have ever seen. The movie had a good pace with excellent writing & production. This movie is one of those movies that you can never forget. The cast was perfection. The chemistry between the two lead characters was undeniable. And the best part of this movie is that it is based on a true story. Watch it!!! Support GOOD movies.
(es) wrote: 86% Make a long night of it, watch with CRASH. This one first of course.
(ag) wrote: I absolutely recommend this film. It's surreal, it's unsettling, it's lush. The longer of the blood tea sequences with the white mice is probably one of the greatest sequences I've seen in anything for a long time... There's a lot of subtle, complex emotion and suggestion going on here.
(it) wrote: never watch em before
(it) wrote: Rather strikingly unusual and daring. The most compelling scenes by far are the ones with Salma Hayak. It's an interesting experiment, it doesn't always work but I admire the effort.
(au) wrote: Gee, I guess this was a play, huh. Extremely stagebound stuff here, and the fault doesn't lie with Polanski - it's genuinely the writers fault. Every single passage of dialogue sounds indigenous to the theatre - not to the cinema. Some plays work when you just port them over without any tweaking - but not this one. That being said, it's quite well acted and staged, and it's a good story, no doubts there. Stuart Wilson, surprisingly, was the best of the trio, in the least showy part, although Kingsley's uninterrupted single-take monologue is very impressive. It's not a wholly successful film, but it's an entertaining one once you know what you're in for.
(br) wrote: 87%Watched this on 16/11/15The scariest ending of all time? Are you gonna make me laugh to death? Well it's clearly not what RT tells it is, for sure. Vanishing is a disturbing psychological piece which happens to have an interesting structure where it descends into the mind of a serial killer effectively. It is well shot and well acted. Lead actor Gene Bervoets gives an emotionally powerful performance. Lead actress Johanna ter Steege is also impressive and actor Bernard-Pierre leaves a great impression as the serial killer. The film avoids genre cliches and it's well directed. But sadly I am disappointed at the fact that it's ending neither turned out to be that scary or suspenseful, it was kind of imminent.
(au) wrote: I've never seen the actress Karen Black until this film. All I have to say is WOW she is a GOOD actress. ALL threes stories were VERY ENTERTAINING AND INTERESTING. I would see another movie that she is in. BRILLIANT!
(mx) wrote: Another Marvel comics character that they made into a movie. I'm not as familiar with this character because she came out long after I stopped following comic books. Jennifer Garner is very good in the title role of an assassin and martial arts master but the movie was a bit slow in some parts.
(gb) wrote: Run Lola Run is energetic and cleverly cuts through parallel timelines, but I had a hard time getting involved with the characters. It's a bold and enjoyable movie, overall.