Marx Reloaded is a cultural documentary that examines the relevance of German socialist and philosopher Karl Marx's ideas for understanding the global economic and financial crisis of 2008-09. The crisis triggered the deepest global recession in 70 years and prompted the US government to spend more than 1 trillion dollars in order to rescue its banking system from collapse. Today the full implications of the crisis in Europe and around the world still remain unclear. Nevertheless, should we accept the crisis as an unfortunate side-effect of the free market? Or is there another explanation as to why it happened and its likely effects on our society, our economy and our whole way of life?
- Stars:Jason Barker, Michael Hardt, Toni Negri, Ivan Nikolic, Nina Power, Jacques Rancière, Peter Sloterdijk, Alberto Toscano, Slavoj Zizek,
- Director:Jason Barker, Alexandra Weltz,
- Writer:Jason Barker
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(fr) wrote: When Abrham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter was released you had to know that The Asylum would take their stab at a similar tale. Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies is tres low budget taking advantage of the many historical buildings and locations available in the US and using them, along with some decent costumes, to create a world in which Abraham Lincoln is a president not only dealing with a civil war, but a zombie outbreak! Sounds silly doesn't it? Well, thanks to some reservation on the schlock, using characters from John Wilkes Booth to Theodore Rosevelt, and some clever tongue in cheek dialogue (famous quotes and speeches being the inspiration), Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies is not only a lot of fun, but it's a truly clever piece of low budget filmmaking. The film manages to stay away from being an all out laugh fest while still being very humourous, and while the gore is quite fake, there is a lot of it. One of the more entertaining films to come out of The Asylum. If you like your zombie movies mixed with a dose of history and politics, I think this may be the only film available to you. Luckily, it should fill that sub genre (is political historical zombie film a sub genre yet?) quite nicely.
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(nl) wrote: Hows it spelled? M-A-G-I-C! This movie is the ecstasy of the pinnacle of entertainment. Body rock has taken every moral I though I knew and shaken it loose. This film has re-defined who I am today in ways I could even imagine. Lorenzo Lamas rocks bodies like you wouldn't believe!
(es) wrote: if you never thought he was funny see this, he will win you over.
(ag) wrote: A cliched, terribly acted, disorganized mess of a sci-horror film. It essentially tries to rip off "The Thing" but in such a half assed way that it makes it almost unbearable to watch. Also Peter Weller dishes out one of his least enthusiastic performances I have ever seen. Still I give this film props just for having Richard Crenna in it and also because this is one of my favorite genres. Still I could not possibly recommend this film for anyone.
(ru) wrote: I remember seeing this at the drive-in and being a little disappointed.
(es) wrote: Antoine is going through an alcoholic midlife crisis and he and his unloving, successful, wife set off from Paris to collect their children from a camp in the South of France. During the long drive the problems in their relationship show themselves, and after too many arguments and too much drink they become separated. The film has a sense of menace and mystery throughout the film kept me wanting to know more, I liked the portrayal of Antoine's drink and driving (which was terrifying), but felt that the end of the film didn't quite fit. The film left me with a lot of questions - how much was real?
(ca) wrote: This is a stunning little movie. The details in it are astounding. And it is deeply moving.