Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?

Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?

A series of interviews featuring linguist, philosopher and activist Noam Chomsky done in hand-drawn animation.

A series of interviews featuring linguist, philosopher and activist Noam Chomsky done in hand-drawn animation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy? torrent reviews

owen b (kr) wrote: while not being as good as the first, it's still entertaining as hell and filled with non-stop action. if you like that shit, then you'll like this movie. if you don't then you'll hate this movie. the raid 2 picks up right after the first raid and it has the same bad ass action sequences and great dialogue from the first. this is a sequel worth watching.Owens grade: B+

Bruce B (nl) wrote: worthless, made no sense at all

Gary B (es) wrote: Very hard to keep watching.

Robert H (au) wrote: Essentially just a talking head piece with influencial horror icons giving their 2 cents on why horror is what it is. Much of what is mentioned in the film is standard scholastic material with regards to horror and can be found in any number of books out there. Where the film manages to out perform any previous works is when someone such as Tom Savini can relate horror films to his activities in Vietnam and the real life horrors that clearly affected him. Had the film been about Tom Savini and delved into great depth about him not only would the film have been a completely different beast but it would have been more entertaining and insightful. As it is, The American Nightmare is a been there done that with the occasional piece of nouveau which for a seasoned horror fanatic will seem boring and lack luster. To newcomers the film might just open your eyes to something you've thought of, knew, or considered before and it is to these new fans of the genre that I think this film is geared towards.

Malini S (br) wrote: Love the movie esp. the dancing

ChillinDylan G (au) wrote: Very good film that is his first. Quintessential Wes Anderson with quick cuts, tight shots, and multiple angles. Good acting by both Wilson's. Tight story with very different personalities within the characters - reminded me of the characters in Rounders a little. Good bits of humor throughout in Anderson's style. The movie starts strong and ends strong, but lags some in the middle and has trouble sustaining momentum throughout. James Caan makes a brief appearance and is great in his small role - love the twist with his character near the end. In all, not as polished as Grand Budapest or Moonrise Kingdom (my 2 favorites of his from what I've seen), but a very good first effort that was a lot of fun.Grade = 8/10

Geraldo G (ca) wrote: I can only remember that i was frozen the day i saw this.

Sandy R (ca) wrote: Winner of the Palme d'Or at Cannes, a Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Starring one of my favourite actors, Max von Sydow.

Charlie M (ru) wrote: Funny satire about the beer industry. The film seems dated nowadays but at the time of its release it was a recommended comedy.

Holly E (jp) wrote: I didn't quite get this movie though I didn't see Monsters(the first movie, either, not sure if that would make a difference). I did like the main character and the humanity that he showed for his fellow officers and the young boy. This just wasn't my type of movie. It was too much of a war movie, not enough of human interest.

Gena D (es) wrote: Number 2 on our wedding day countdown. I went in with low expectations because of it's imdb rating. But there was an actual warmth and familiarity to planning a wedding that I could appreciate. Particularly the guest list and visual representation of the seating chart. Weddings are complicated things but sometimes they must occur or else the family will feel left out. And family often forgets who the big day is for and make it all about them. Cute bonus ending during credits too.