Just Do It: A Tale of Modern-day Outlaws

Just Do It: A Tale of Modern-day Outlaws

The world of environmental direct action has been a secretive one, until now. With unprecedented access, Emily James spent over a year embedded in activist groups such as Climate Camp and Plane Stupid, documenting their clandestine activities. Torpedoing the tired cliches of the environmental movement, Just Do It introduces you to a powerful cast of mischievous and inspiring characters who put their bodies in the way. They super-glue themselves to bank trading floors, blockade factories and attack coal power stations en-masse all despite the very real threat of arrest. Their adventures will entertain, illuminate and inspire.

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Robin N (br) wrote: 'Where are we headed' is the question that is asked in the movie. Though the title outrightly is Aarakshan. But it tends to deal with other aspects of education namely, Commercialisation, Qualitative aspects and Peer pressure. All hell goes wrong for Prabhakar Anand(Amitabh Bachchan), the principal of an acclaimed yet private college when Supreme Court orders for 27% quota for OBCs in government educational institutions.The movie deals with aftermaths of the reservation on another side, the teachers. But it also tries to deal with privatisation of the education sector. It explains that though every person in a democracy has equal rights but oppurtunities aren't equal. The weak point is the high handed Drama that plays hand in every part of its plot. The songs aren't worth listening at all despite being less in number. But practically chances of such a thing happening are dim. Yet Prakash Jha tries to explain the quantum of divide in the nation pre and post reservation.More socialistic and realistic films awaited Mr. Jha. Keep it up!

Gregory W (mx) wrote: the box says, "a gripping thriller" well i found this scottish movie neither gripping nor thrilling but the opposite slow, plodding and rather point;less. heres the formula: sliver+eagle eye-the govt conspiracy=this one.

Li K (jp) wrote: Good music and fabulous clothes. Otherwise entirely uninteresting or original or worth watching. One of those things I never would have heard of or considered watching if it weren't for the awfulness that is Saturday tv.

Simon K (jp) wrote: athmospheric with an intriguing plot

Sarah F (ag) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!

Anna Q (fr) wrote: Aw. Lauryn Hill. Aw nuns.

Jose R (gb) wrote: Better than Star wars

Prashant V (us) wrote: Incest and the problems emerging from it!

Matt M (fr) wrote: John Huston's last film is the moving adaptation of James Joyce's story The Dead, taking place at an upper class family New Year's Eve party in Dublin in 1904, after which a wife confesses a love affair she had long ago to her husband after hearing an old ballad. An intense film, delightful to the eye with the wonderful art direction, and the poetic cinematography that follows the complex actions of that one night well. John Huston really displays his experience and talent with this final great movie, where great performances were required from the cast, and great performances were delivered.

Christopher S (kr) wrote: Later Fellini film is not quite on the level of his earlier masterpieces, but is still an enjoyable flight of fancy for those who enjoy his hyper-stylized absurdism. The story is unfocused and episodic (as with most Fellini films) but gets off to a slow start and remains uneven throughout. But there is still an abundance of oddball characters, bizarre images, and a jubilant atmosphere to keep it entertaining.

monsieur r (de) wrote: Vintage late 50's sci-fi film keeps your attention as our dollmaker has too little friends and too much time on his hands. While almost comical, this gay like guy who loves dolls creates them in his shop. If he takes a fancy to someone living, he reduces them to a doll. John Hoyt is a doll manufacturer and he's lonely. In order to have constant (and obedient) company he takes unsuspecting people into the back room of his shop and shrinks them. The little people are kept in class tubes and taken out for parties and dancing on the table table. Recently chrunk John Agar rebels, and leads an escape plot. Decides he has had enough and attacks, by destroying the Dr. Jeckel marionette. ---"Although criticized for its weak plot and poor special effects, the film has gained somewhat of a cult status among fans of the B movie genre and this led to its ultimate release by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer on DVD as part of the "Midnite Movies" collection." (per Wikipedia) A low budget picture obviously, this one still held my interest. I wish I could say the same about the dame who just slapped me at my Cafe Americain. Cast John Hoyt John Agar June Kenney Jack Kosslyn Michael Mark Scott Peters Marlene Willis Crew Executive Producer: Samuel Z. Arkoff Director: Bert I. Gordon Composer: Albert Glasser Producer: Burt I. Gordon Art Director: Walter E. Keller Cinematographer: Ernest Laszlo Executive Producer: James H. Nicholson Editor: Ronald Sinclair Screenplay: George W. Yates Set Decorator : Frank Webster

Curtis M (es) wrote: It's the little movies like this that restore my hope in good, simplistic storytelling.