A documentary film about the G20 summit that took place in Toronto, Canada in the summer of 2010. The results of which lead to the arrests of over 1100 people and the largest violation of civil liberties in Canadian history. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Wilman A (us) wrote: Extraordinary Asian movie. Every gore / slasher fans shoud watch this !
Japes (ca) wrote: I was really surprised that this movie was good. Usually when I watch a FearNet movie, I'm expecting the worst. Some characters in this movie were unlikable, like the obnoxious friend that gets infected with the virus. I thought the plot was kind of interesting and the ending was something I wasn't expecting. Usually, the hot girl and the hot guy couple end up surviving together while everyone else dies, but it wasn't the case in this movie, and I liked that. It did have some plot holes, like the one girl who just left towards the end. I guess we can assume she died? Who knows, but this was definitely one of the better cheap horror movies out there. The script could've used a touch up, and the acting could've been a bit better, but overall it wasn't a bad movie, not like Blood Surf or Lake Dead. The SFX were awful, but the blood and gore was not bad. I wouldn't watch it again, and I wouldn't recommend it to others, but I kind of enjoyed it.
Francisco M (jp) wrote: De lo mejor...buenisima pelicula/documental...de las mejores peliculas que he visto
Christopher C (ag) wrote: Every time the film seems about to drown in its gushy script, a meaningful camera shot or one of the film's fantastic performers (especially Morton) salvages the moment. Overall, the movie leaves you with a good, only slightly contrived, feeling.
Jeremiah K (nl) wrote: Helen Mirren really is the star in this one. So cruel and nasty...i love it.
Countess N (au) wrote: Recommended by Deano78.
Cole F (ru) wrote: Honey, I Shrunk the Kids is a fun and somewhat comedic Disney movie, despite it's many flaws.
Abby M (ru) wrote: Despite not passing the test of time, I truly enjoyed most of it, though the dark carnival fantasy elements were what hooked me in. Definitely a film that sadly wouldn't be made today, partly for the slightly pedophilic element and partly because 27 year olds these days act like him.
Tyree G (us) wrote: One of the most enjoyable films I've ever seen!
Bradley H (de) wrote: It's hard to believe this storyline was once acceptable, even in the 1950's, but the lovely Jane Powell somehow makes it seem perfectly natural for a wife to be the cook and the maid. And has there ever been a better musical number than Lonesome Polecat? I think not.
Diana S (ca) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie because it was really suspenseful. What did that for the movie was that it was shot in first person. Seeing what Detective Philip Marlowe sees and learning just exactly what he finds out and nothing more while trying to solve the murder case on his hands is what makes the movie great. So much suspense and that was awesome. I really REALLY liked this movie and thought Robert Montgomery was excellent.
James T (kr) wrote: So moving and absorbing, it makes history feel like I'm living it.
Morgan B (ca) wrote: I am big horror movie fan, and I saw this movie on the 'horror' section of Netflix. I have basically seen all the horror movies on Netflix--so, I clicked on it... "the film you are about to see is based on true events"; right then and there I thought to myself, "YEP, THIS IS GONNA SUCK!". What an absolute waste of film and time. This is 90 minutes of my life I just WISH that I could get back. Not even the LEAST bit scary, I was either laughing or falling asleep while watching this movie. I asked a Ouija board if I should see the sequel, it said to me, "no. better use of time to watch paint dry."
Stuart K (fr) wrote: Written and directed by TV producer Arthur Marks, (who produced a 101 episodes of Perry Mason), this is based on a syndicated comic strip that was in national newspapers across America created by Jim Lawrence. This is a blaxploitation film which has alot of famous black actors and actresses in it, and even though it has everything in the pot, it manages to work. Friday Foster (Pam Grier) is an investigative photographer who works for a magazine ran by Monk Riley (Julius Harris). On one assignment, she goes to Los Angeles airport to photograph the arrival of Blake Tarr (Thalmus Rasulala), the richest black man in America. But, she witnesses 3 men try to assassinate Tarr, and she manages to get away, but only just. But, it's not long before her life is in danger and she ends up on the run, she is targeted by professional assassin Yarbro (Carl Weathers), so Friday turns to her friend, Private Investigator Colt Hawkins (Yaphet Kotto), and the search takes them to gay criminal Ford Malotte (Godfrey Cambridge), costume designer Madame Rena (Eartha Kitt) and preacher Nobel Franklin (Scatman Crothers). It's a good action film with some good sequences, but it's all over the place, and towards the end it can get a little confusing over who is chasing who, but Grier manages to hold her own against the all star cast.