Inside the Afghanistan War

Inside the Afghanistan War

The longest war in America's history was sparked by the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Less than a month later U.S. forces entered Afghanistan and ousted the Taliban. Chronicling a ...

The longest war in America's history was sparked by the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Less than a month later U.S. forces entered Afghanistan and ousted the Taliban. Chronicling a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Inside the Afghanistan War torrent reviews

Steve R (jp) wrote: interesting film, with a taste of Philly phlair. Main character is creepy but it is definitely worth checking out.

Robert I (mx) wrote: Really fun to watch this film in hindsight. Rachael Leigh Cook's best film, sad but true.

Ken S (au) wrote: Well made (at this point it could be called classic) documentary about two high school basketball players struggling to balance school, the sport, and all the struggles that face them in inner city Chicago in the early 90s. Both kids have dreams of basketball getting them into college and even hope to maybe make the NBA...but it isn't really so much about the game, as much as it is a real look at what life can be like for these kids who grow up poor and face all the strife that comes with that...and we've designed a society for them in which one of the few viable ways a game. Really a great documentary, a great slice of a piece of America that is still fairly present in this day and age.

Adam C (ag) wrote: Every once in awhile I stumble, by accident, onto a film that I most likely would never have found if I tried. This is one of those films. It??s hard to believe that this film even exists. A film dealing with AIDS and homosexuals in a realistic way made during the conservative Regan era, it just seems crazy to think about. That being said the film is flawed. It is paced poorly, some scenes drag and I didn't think the dialogue always worked. I don't want to be too hard on the film, as it was made for next to nothing. One great part of the film is that is shows a young Steve Buscemi in action. Buscemi is very strong here and I thought he was by far the best actor in the film. He seemed to act circles around the rest of the cast and you can see his talent here clearly. Over all the film is most interesting as an artifact of a time and culture rarely shown in film.

David S (fr) wrote: Notable for how young Rupert Everett and Colin Firth are--but this movie is a talky bore.

Justin F (ru) wrote: Interesting that director Wim Wenders waited until several after the neo-noir trend to make 'Hammett.' That helps to explain why it isn't better well known. Nevertheless, it's quite good. Not as overtly atmospheric (nor as grim) as 'Chinatown' or 'The Long Goodbye," yet it nails noir's love of multiple meanings, shadowy intrigue and labyrinthine storylines. Here's the interesting thing: fellow fans of John Carpenter's 'Big Trouble In Little China' will surely recognize the basic premise: Chinese immigrant sold into the sex slave trade by shadowy power players. Another parallel is Wenders' use of maze-like sets to depict the mysterious world of San Francisco's Chinatown; Carpenter did the same thing four years (albeit with supernatural overtones).

Stuart M (ru) wrote: Catchy song. I remember little else outside of Vincent Price.

Stephanie C (us) wrote: An amazingly good adaptation that modernizes the tale while retaining the original dialogue and themes. Patrick Stewart is marvelous as both the Ghost and Claudius and David Tennant is simply stunning as the distraught Prince of Denmark. Shot on location rather than on the stage, security cameras, video recorders, two-way mirrors, and so much more add a wonderful element to the epic tale of madness and revenge. P.S. The current description on FB for the film is wrong. Richard Burton is not in this adapation.

Adrian B (nl) wrote: An actor (Ganjuro Nakamara) returns from his acting career to his small hometown village along the shore to be with his child and the mother. However, the child, who is now a grown man, refers to him as his live-in uncle, with the belief that his father passed away when he was very young. Unfortunately, when the actor returns, a woman, claiming to be his mistress wants to ruin his life by exposing him for the fake that he really his and wrecking his relationship with both his son and the mother. Yasujiro Ozu's "Floating Weeds" is not as good as his 1953 work "Tokyo Story," but it is a very interesting character study and examination of life surrounding theatre work in small town Japan. Though the film runs at a fairly slow pace, the set pieces, bizarre photography, and performances make up for the film's minor shortcomings. Very well acted and also, a visual treat. Note: Though this irrelevant to the review, notice how "Tokyo Story" has 37 reviews and no consensus while "Floating Weeds" has 20 reviews and a consensus. Huh?! Just like to point out Rotten Tomatoes' incompetence.

Darrin C (gb) wrote: Not really scary. Watch it for the beginning and for the music video-like flashback towards the end.

jay n (de) wrote: Simple, silly nonsense put over by pros. Judy sings "Zing Went the Strings of my Heart" and several other tunes with youthful exuberance and heart.

Billy M (ru) wrote: How dare Reindeer Games try to join the Christmas action genre. It doesn't deserve to be spoken in the same sentence as Kiss Kiss Bang Bang or Die Hard.

semoo (mx) wrote: Simply loved it! Something so innocent can be twisted and protrayed to be so gruesome.