Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup

Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup

With the departure of the Bush Administration and the arrival of an “era of transparency,” opportunities are arising for the disclosure of new information that may shed more light on the events that took place before and after 9/11/2001. Loaded with powerful, new footage and in-depth interviews this documentary presents a wide array of evidence both known and unknown…until now.

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Chad G (de) wrote: It's good if you like the others.

Richard I (fr) wrote: Warm, passionate, truthful and sad peon to public health and private solidarity full of tenderness and strength.

Leena L (ca) wrote: Magical absurdity of Ceausescu era in small funny tales.

Lee S (us) wrote: A bad homage to Roger Corman's Attack Of The Giant Leeches. It's the same old, same old monstrous size animal attacks small town, residents have an I.Q. of 15 combined and pretty well everybody ends up as lunch. Lots of gore, no plot, bad acting, and full of cheesy effects. The one-liners were cute sometimes, but they've been used before and most of them sounded really bad when they came out. Same goes for the facts on the eel, they sound right, but just badly timed.

Huw G (ca) wrote: Clever, and unevenly funny.

Rida S (au) wrote: One of the favorites in my list, and i still dont know why. Maybe the insanity factor is enticing. I can relate to such characters.

Adia T (nl) wrote: awesome basketball movie.

J M (fr) wrote: Aims low and hits its mark, fulfilling the "80s teen movie" requisites with just enough hyperbolic cleverness to steal a few pity laughs. The premise of going to college to get a girl is actually kind of okay, but instead of milking it, the filmmakers usually settle for pedestrian gags. I will remember the opening test-taking sequence for its music and Parker's stressed performance.

Kevin J (ag) wrote: Um, reading the reviews here, I have to ask -- did everyone miss the fact that this is an absurdist allegory of the spread of fascism? It is a wonderful adaptation of Ionescu's brilliant tragi-comedy.

Filipe C (nl) wrote: Mallrats could have done without the poorly written and executed slapstick humor. It adds little to the narrative and it brings the film's overall quality down. As per usual in Kevin Smith's filmography, though, the movie features some great banter and a heartfelt arc that puts a smile on your face.

Jacob W (kr) wrote: Tombstone suffers from speedy scenes that tend to skip a lot of story to make-up time in in such scenes, the film loses many points. That being said, there is so much done well that it doesn't take away from the fact that this is a must-see western film. The story of Wyatt Earp is classic, Russell is great, and Kilmer steals the show. Earp is an outstanding western bad-ass thanks to Russell and it's a lot of fun to see, even if it could have been much better. (80%)