Iran Is Not the Problem

Iran Is Not the Problem

A response to the failure of the American mass media to provide the public with relevant and accurate information about the standoff between the US and Iran, as happened before with the lead up to the invasion of Iraq. We have heard that Iran is a nuclear menace in defiance of the international community, bent on "wiping Israel off the map", supporting terrorism, and unwilling to negotiate. This documentary disputes these claims as they are presented to us and puts them in the context of present and historical US imperialism and hypocrisy with respect to Iran. It looks at the struggle for democracy inside Iran, the consequences of the current escalation and the potential US and/or Israeli attack, and suggests some alternatives to consider.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:79 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:iran,  

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Evan K (ru) wrote: Pointless sequel that has nothing to offer.

jessie l (it) wrote: I want to see this and they should keep on making more even tho Finn (Cory Monteith) died!!! keep making more!!!

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Claire M (ca) wrote: Eddie Murphy is seriously one of the funniest actors Ive seen in the movies. He always gets me cracking up and this movie hasn't ever let me down. I loved watching this growing up. Definitely one my future kids will be watching

Norm d (br) wrote: + A look at how the devil gets in through the cracks and then leads even those who are reluctant, at first, toward the slippery oily slope and away from all that's anchored & good. + Maybe not Kinnear's best - & he's usually terrific in even modest productions - but still good, if sad, since we already know the ending at the beginning. + The cinematography is great at the beginning, really good. But then, per the director, it becomes clich from a hundred TV movies - life & decisions become more shaky, so does the increasingly handheld camera as the lighting also flattens-out. It would be interesting to see a different take on this pseudo Soderbergh motif.

Alex r (au) wrote: Somewhat decent, but very forgettable comedy, Dead Man on Campus is a fun comedy that though flawed manages to be entertaining. The story isn't anything great, but for the most part it brings on a few laughs. This is a film that is mindless fun. I enjoyed the film for what it was, a mindless entertaining romp that brought decent laughs. The film is not meant to be a great comedy,. I enjoyed the shear silliness of this film, and thought it was fun. The cast do a fairly decent job. Dead Man on Campus is one of those comedies that is perfect to watch with friends and have a good time. The jokes are good, never anything great; but most of the time it makes you laugh. Dead Man on Campus is underrated and though far from the worst comedy, it's not the best either The film is a decent film to watch and like I said, the film had its moments. The cast are fun to watch and obviously the key performance here is Lochlyn Munro as Cliff. He made the film better. Although Munro isn't a great actor, he manages to bring something worthwhile to the screen. This film is meant as a mindless comedy that shouldn't be taken seriously whatsoever. The film is no Hangover, but it manages to deliver good entertainment for what it is. I enjoyed the film, and I found it quite amusing despite its imperfections. Dead Man on Campus is a mindless comedy worth watching if you're in the mood for something a little dumb. Once in a while it's worth watching something stupid. Not the best comedy, but far better than films like Freddy Got Fingered and Biodome.

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Richard P (kr) wrote: Decent soundtrack and gore looks like a kids film with horror added which is exactly what it is. Wes Craven was asked to re-edit the film and turned it into a horror movie.

jese k (ca) wrote: maybe the greatest movie ever made

Jack G (nl) wrote: Really good, best of the bunch

Justin B (es) wrote: The intriguing premise wraps itself up far too early resulting in a lot of meandering filler for the final act, but the movie's hysterical with three committed and off the wall performances.