Margaret Thatcher - The Iron Lady is the first major documentary to look back on the development and impact of this remarkable woman, whom commentators of both the political left and right agree changed the face of 20th Century politics forever. Featuring many excerpts from her powerful speeches and insightful contributions from her political supporters and detractors, a portrait emerges of a woman whose strength of conviction eventually becomes the weakness of intransigence. And as British society threatens to break apart with street rioting, the grandees of her own party are beginning to sharpen their knives to remove the greatest female leader in world history... This program includes intimate footage of the Thatchers at home in Number 10, and unseen footage from her emotional and first major interview after her resignation as Prime Minister with Michael Brunson in 1992.
From her humble beginnings as a Grocer's daughter from Grantham, Margaret Thatcher fought her way through the murky world of politics, the sexist prejudices of the Conservative Party elite ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dorianator F (kr) wrote: What an amazing movie! I got chills because it was so good. Amazing acting, phenomenal story, great pacing. It is one of my favorite movies of 2016.
viktor g (it) wrote: Spanish comedy in the style of American Pie with the same uncomfortable and ridiculous moments that lived by the protagonists and continuous sexual references mixed with the nonsense of teenagers reflected so patheticly and in an extremist way.Worst of all is that the film uses the easy laughter by methods as old as the disgusting scenes and still can't have the slightest fun.The only thing that seems to shine here is Mario Casas, an actor who has yet to prove it's more than a face and a body. We will continue waiting until that time comes.
Andrew P (it) wrote: While I enjoyed its story, set design, cinematography, visual inventiveness, performances, and dialogue, it suffered from some tonal issues that are hard to ignore. It plays like a cross between a feature length Mighty Boosh episode (Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding actually have smalls supporting roles, and one of the main characters of the film is actually the actor who played Julian Barrett's doppelganger in an episode of The Mighty Boosh), and a Michelle Gondry/Wes Anderson-esque indie flick; two great tastes that don't necessarily taste great together. The two main characters -- being essentially really similar in both appearance and personality to the characters from The Mighty Boosh -- seem to not really belong in the film during its more dramatic and "indie" moments. There are some really great darkly British and comedic scenes that they flourish in, but then when the quirkiness and gloom sweeps in, it's jarring and definitely unsettling to see these two characters be a part of it. I appreciate what they were trying to do, and to their credit they do a whole of things well, but for the most part it seems like two scripts merged together.
Eric P (au) wrote: Les Claypool scores a movie bout about rednecks , giant Hog, and hippies and city folk what a perfect fit
Christine L (ag) wrote: a little long but very well done. these movies make me want to take dance lessons again. and the kids were cute; it was like watching "kids say the darndest things"
Jackson S (br) wrote: Amazing. I can(TM)t think of anything else to say. Just go and see it already!!!!!
Kim B (de) wrote: This romantic comedy was actually pretty funny. I really enjoyed both character's and thought they were a perfect match together. I liked that the girl had some spirit about her and was funny too. It was interesting to watch their love slowly develop and then of course it had lots of twists and turns at the ending. At some parts it was a little slow, but overall it was entertaining and charming.
Ariel D (au) wrote: Even better than Battleship Potemkin.
Ruslan B (jp) wrote: 3/4 , 1/2 ? 1/4< ... 3/4 3/4 3/4 ,!