Liberty Bound takes an entertaining look at America's ongoing struggle to keep a comfortable balance between democracy, capitalism, and fascism. This is a film about historic events that shape history. It is a film about courage and fear; ignorance and knowledge; propaganda and rhetoric. Through original footage, archived footage, and interviews with people such as Howard Zinn, Michael Parenti, and Michael Ruppert, Liberty Bound explores the state of the union and its ostensible move toward fascism. We talk with people who have been interrogated by the Secret Service and threatened with arrest for doing such benign things as sending an email, turning around during a Bush speech, and having a philosophical discussion on a train.
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(jp) wrote: Gunday: A Historical Fiction movie that distorted History and offended a whole nation by propagating bare lies about the birth of the nation. The context is set around the time of Liberation war in Bangladesh and it manifests that Bangladesh was born as an independent nation because of 15 days war between India and Pakistan. It simply omitted that 9 month's long war that Bangladeshis led to achieve their independence. Bangladesh is deeply offended by this scandalous distortion of truth regarding their glorious Liberation war in 1971. I don't know whether this major mistake was made deliberately, as they could have known the truth from a very preliminary research of international news of 1971. Not only as a Bangladeshi, but also as a sensible viewer, I think the exhibition of this movie should be stopped immediately and should be banned if they do not make the necessary correction.
(es) wrote: Liked it a lot. Thought it was much better than it was given credit for.
(ag) wrote: Knowingly schlocky effects and acting, but it is by the numbers and its cheesiness has been seen often before
(es) wrote: A very simple and very elegant film that works on multiple levels
(de) wrote: A slow semi-documentary critique of the kind of bureaucratic nightmare that can exist anywhere, and which reduces humans to inconveniences. Cristi Puiu's striking film has no sub-plots and makes demands on its audience by refusing to rush the events of one night. Humanity is there in every frame.
(gb) wrote: Yes, it could be rather sketchy, given its trunkated serial nature; but it's vigorous too, and it came know (to Italian public, at least) while only the "aesthetically elevated" and not the "muscular" version of wuxia where all the rage:fond memories... Come on, there are meteoric magnetic blades!
(jp) wrote: So ridiculously stupid.....A complete waste of time to watch.
(br) wrote: "Andre the butcher" in the movie doesn't even look like he looks on the promotional cover!what you get is raally, really, really bad actors playing inconsistent roles with occasional sex/gore scenes, which are both equally disgusting.Ron Jeremy mutilates a girl just cause she eats alot, not minding the fact that he himself is much fatter. then he executes a sheriff for being a bad sheriff who executes people without trial and who rapes chicks.don't worry, what I said isn't a spoiler because the real plot of the movie only begins 5 minutes before it ends.it will cause you laughter and even tears, but for the wrong reasons
(nl) wrote: Continuing his late 90s/early 2000s run in the mainstream, Gus Van Sant delivered this story about the bond formed between two different, yet challenged writers. One is a young man from the inner city with an untapped gift for writing that is overshadowed by his athleticism, while the other is an older, bitter recluse who found early success, only to basically immediately fall into obscurity. They have an uneasy non-romantic meet-cute that eventually leads them to becoming friends, with each being the spark the other needs to satisfy their need to create.I honestly don't remember much about this movie, but I remember it being at least sit-throughable, despite its reputation for being cheesy. It's a nice heartwarming story that makes you feel good, so really, what's wrong with that? Okay, so I know that something like that isn't an immediate reason to give something a pass, but hey, I'm feeling like a softie, so back off.It's not really one of Van Sant's best, at least in the grand scheme of things, but it's okay enough I suppose, and it's decently well made as far as these types of stories go, so sure, give it a watch.
(jp) wrote: i watch this as a child a good movie
(br) wrote: A great dual performance from Kline some superb acting all around. Langella steals the show. Entertaining and a superb little comedy
(ag) wrote: F for Fake is both an entertaining and serious look at art without being pretentious or cynical. Orson Welles is great as the host, the cast is colorful, and the editing is superb.