Merchants of Doubt

Merchants of Doubt

Spin doctors spread misinformation and confusion among American citizens to delay progress on such important issues as global climate change.

Merchants of Doubt, a American documentary film, inspired by the book of the same name written by Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway. This documentary focuses on pundits-for-hire who present themselves in the media as scientific authorities when they discuss some topics like toxic chemicals, pharmaceuticals and climate change. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Merchants of Doubt torrent reviews

Lanky Man P (de) wrote: At least it's not Twilight.

Anna C (ag) wrote: A good reconstruction of the french court at the beginning of the revolution, but it's difficult to say if this is more accurate than the others... in Jacquot look Marie Antoinette was a real bitch... I think it's just an opinion... apart from this, the court life seen by the servants it's interesting.

(mx) wrote: I actually thought this was a good movie.

Alexandra B (us) wrote: Insanitarium is a different kind of 'zombie' movie with a good cast and an interesting plot. At times the effects and gore are a little average but it is worth a watch, especially with the likes of Peter Stormare playing the mastermind of the experiments. The ending is a tad letdown however.

Ellen D (ru) wrote: looks like someone was *coughs high* when they made this movie


Benjamin S (it) wrote: Has a fun Walken monologue about lions that made it worth seeing for me. Otherwise forgettable.

Dylan P (ru) wrote: A sprawling epic, however there's one flaw that takes off a half star. The prologue is very over the top. Low on emotion and dramatic tension. The rest of the movie is perfect-top notch design, thrilling, gritty and realistic performances (particularly the magnificent Daniel Day-Lewis) and splendid direction from Scorsese, arguably the greatest director of all time. Superb film, deprived of masterpiece status by the first 10-15 minutes.

Ryan L (de) wrote: Wow, who would have guessed that the indie romance drama would get a sequel? And a damn good one at that. Before Sunset picks up 9 years after the events of Before Sunrise. Jesse (an even better Ethan Hawke) is on a tour for his book, inspired by the one night he spent with Celine (once again a great Julie Delpy), and then Jesse notices Celine at one of his signings in Paris. Now that they are reunited, they walk around Paris before Jesse has to catch a flight, once again talking about their lives, and everything that had both changed and stayed the same. One thing that this movie has that Before Sunrise did not, was an extremely short run time. At only 81 minutes, this film goes by quick, but it leaves an impression for sure. Once again with brilliant acting, directing, and writing, this movie is just as good as its predecessor. In fact it may be even better. The writing is now even better with Hawke and Delpy assisting with the script and writing massive amounts of their own dialogue. The acting is now more matured and you can see that their characters have grown as people, making them even more real than the writing does. And the directing is still beautiful with gorgeous long takes with an inventive style to them. Truly a master class in film making. And with no spoilers here, I will say that the ending is so beautiful, and it reveals so much about both characters and it makes you as a viewer appreciate everything leading up to it so much more. By far a better ending than the first film making it a much more powerful and memorable ending. Overall this movie is just as good if not better than the last. everything is still perfect and the ending left me with the biggest smile on my face. Absolute perfection!!!10/10

Brady C (us) wrote: I usually really enjoy Nick Love's films, he has a creative way of working within his budget and always brings something fresh to the table. This film is so generic and bland that it doesn't feel like a Nick Love film. The pacing is ridiculously bad, the film isn't even 2 hours long and it dragged so much. Ben Drew is always enjoyable to watch on screen but he is squandered on this film. Ray Winstone is doing his usual i'm hard, come and have a fucking go routine and it just makes the film bland. Not a bad film, but not a good one either.

Berni E (de) wrote: Easy to watch modern (1998!!) magical story! Some funny scenes too!!

Muffin M (ag) wrote: I own this on DVD in a two movie pack along with:* Maxium Overdrive (1986)and i also own the:* 1999 DVD release* 2014 Blu-Ray release