A rural news team investigates local rancher murders. Are the perpetrators human, bovine, or extraterrestrial? Getting to the bottom of the mystery is complicated by another big story, and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A rural news team investigates local rancher murders. Are the perpetrators human, bovine, or extraterrestrial? Getting to the bottom of the mystery is complicated by another big story, and ...
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Pavan R (jp) wrote: Thought it was made quite well. Good theme and a opens up nicely. The story itself was pretty good, yes could've been better. Eventually thought the theme it was made on was really well done, a serious issue in so many institutions needs lot more exposure to eradicate it.
Wouter V (it) wrote: Ok movie. Got to love the armbar at the end.
Mark S (au) wrote: This was on Film 4 last night, if it is on again try and see it. Brilliant.
Melanie F (gb) wrote: After the initial shock of how extreme this family is, it actually becomes endearing.
Nurul I (kr) wrote: Now i know some parts of the story... Nice one.
Tophee C (fr) wrote: The best film I've seen about unemployment, very engaging but lacking surprises.
R Treybian P (ca) wrote: So, I'm like a lot of suspense thrillers. This movie based on the real life murder of three civil rights activists was incredibly telling. Gene Hackman is, and always has been, one of the greatest actors ever.
David S (us) wrote: How do I vote 0 stars on this piece of garbage? The fact that I am watching it on MST3K is the only reason that makes it enjoyable. The movie on its own without MST3K is a real stinkburger.
Harold A (br) wrote: kinda corny compared to todays movies, but at the time it was da bomb
Senor C (it) wrote: If this wasn't a made for TV movie I think it would have fare better. Instead of what could have been a dynamite exploitation flix we get a loony Martin Sheen quoting Romantic poetry and trying to set Linda Blair free from her mundane existence. Great leads; weak project
Michael W (gb) wrote: This film does a wonderful job portraying complex humanity and offers a glimpse into post-WW2 pre-communist China that is all but lost to history.
BRUNO V (it) wrote: Not the greatest movie i've seen , not a great FORD fan , liked Dafoe ...indeed maybe to much to easely follow this one ....and , to long !SOMDVD
Joseph H (au) wrote: That is a great synopsis and even without seeing this film it needs to be re-made
JeanFrancois V (au) wrote: "The War Room" follows Bill Clinton's 1992 Presidential election campaign from the Gennifer Flowers scandal (she was one of the lesser known women with whom Clinton did not-repeat-did not have sex) to the hurraying of the landslide victory. The two protagonists of the story are campaign manager James Carville, who gets all teary-eyed about how Clinton is going to change the world, and communications director George Stephanopoulos, who considers that getting Clinton elected "was the best thing I ever did." Carville just happens to be married to Mary Matalin, who is the campaign manager for George Bush, the other candidate (what?) One of Carville's pro-Clinton's arguments is that if Bush got reelected, that would mean "tax breaks for the rich", which apparently are inherently wrong. But anybody who considers that "tax breaks for the rich" are wrong on principle, independent of the going tax rates, considers that the rich can never be taxed too much, whatever the rate, which is both evil and absurd. Of course, Carville is no political thinker: he is an ad man whose product happens to be politicians. His job is to get candidates elected by manipulating the opinions of the public, and if he appears to care passionately for the race, this is probably part of the work of getting the troops motivated. In a 2006 documentary, "Our Brand is Crisis", Carville is flown to Bolivia to get a very different sort of candidate elected. I'm sure he was just as passionate about him. "The War Room" shows you some of the behind-the-scenes maneuvering of an election campaign, with Clinton's managers reacting to the moves of the Republicans, delivering pep talks to their team, anxiously waiting and then finally applauding when their candidate does all the hard work of smiling, waving and hugging for the TV cameras. As someone who believes that voting has about as much change of changing the world as peeing in a violin, and who has had enough of his own favorites elected to have learned his lesson, I watched this documentary with a mixture of boredom and consternation. If its goal was to convince its viewers of the seriousness of modern politics, then as far as I am concerned, it failed abysmally.