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Miracle in Manhattan
No one celebrates the holidays like Emily Merkle - or Mrs. Miracle as she is known by some - who is back to ensure that this Christmas is the most magical and meaningful of all. When Mrs. ...
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Sarah C (ru) wrote: Over the past couple decades Americans have been fed a stream of lies, that climate change has been the result of our dependence on traffic and feeding the materialistic society that live in. That the world that we live in is warming rapidly and the way to stop it is to use less water, drive less and recycle. Well this is wrong, in fact if everyone in America stopped driving, recycled and used less water, it would do pretty much nothing because it is not the sole reason why our earth is dying. Our world is dying and America is holding the weapon and it is our agriculture system.In the documentary "Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret" made in 2014 by Kip Anderson and Keenen Kuhn lifts the curtain and shows viewers the real problem with American and why we will never be able to reach sustainability is we do not admit to agriculture being the main culprit. Throughout the story they constantly show reason after reason why Agriculture is one of the biggest threats to the world health, from animal agriculture to aquaculture Keenen's research shows the deception in America and how Agriculture should be in the spotlight when it comes to sustainability.Keenen as a child has always been an advocate for environmental sustainability, since he was a teen he always biked, took short showers and recycled. He always thought that the biggest contribution to climate change was fossil fuels and the amount of trash that we produce. But in fact as he found out it is agriculture, more specifically animal agriculture. Animal agriculture is one of the leading causes of pollution in the world! So he began to think " why is this not getting more attention?" how is it that the leading cause of oceanic dead zones, water pollution, and contributor to climate change is not getting more attention?As he begins to look into this problem trying to talk to huge environmental corporations such as Green Peace or Oceana he either gets denied an interview or when he brings up Animal agriculture most of them completely deny even knowing this problem. Towards the end of his research he abandons the notion of interviewing and started to realize why so many people are unwilling to speak out against agriculture. Towards the end of the movie he starts to realize that animal agriculture cannot be sustainable, the only way that we can begin to be sustainable is to eat a lot less meat to effect and reduce the amount of animals that we being raised for food.I think that this movie did a good job with getting this issue out into the public and for better recognition with the American public. In my mind this is one of the biggest issues facing America and this movie did a very good job at showing us the facts and the problem because of the way that they showed it. The movie did a very good job at showing all of the facts that was easy to comprehend and towards to end of the movie I started to come to the conclusion that the only way to make meat production is to stop producing meat.-- Eligh Purvis
Moses O (gb) wrote: The powerful, nuanced performances and excellent camera work almost elevate the so-so script from being anything more than a run-of-the-mill melodrama.
L B (de) wrote: Good Asian epic movie... that shouldn't have pushed its luck too far. When the action scenes and the plot become simply preposterous, the audience is lost.
Fatal F (au) wrote: Cute movie. Some funny parts. Faux Cary Grant played a big role, but I think that character could have been left out and the film could have carried itself. I'd watch it again.
RayNormanBateman (fr) wrote: Another horrible shark TV based movie. That is all that is needed to be said about this.
Alex S (kr) wrote: Not bad but not brilliant
Cardo D (us) wrote: Muy buena, muy bonita.
Kristen R (br) wrote: This is a wonderful movie. Admittedly, the pace is not perfection. But the music is great and the jokes are funny. I've seen this movie once and I'll see it again. One magazine reviewer noted that the kids in this movie emerge as full-blown professionals. Well -- they are! Most of these kids have never done anything before. That's part of what is being said here. There's all this talent that no one has ever seen. There are kids who are this good. Todd Graff found them.
Christine B (de) wrote: We found this movie to be pretty poor. The character development was poor. About 2/3 of the way through the movie my teen son realized we didn't even know the names of most of the characters. The love story part of the plot was smarmy and there was excessive gratuitous foul language that did not contribute to tone or story. We kept hoping this movie would improve to justify it's decent rating, but sadly, it never did.
Jamie C (gb) wrote: Hugh Grant can only act one way, But for some strange reason I do enjoy his films, And even though his films aren't amazing they are easy to watch, And About A Boy is the same with a nice little plot, Some good English comedy thrown in, It's pretty good.
Melvin W (ag) wrote: Timothy Dunphy: Brown University? They got one of those in Providence!"There once was a kid from Pawtucket..."I was pleasantly surprised by Outside Providence. It wasn't a movie that looked or sounded all that interesting to me, but my boredom soon got the best of me and I gave it a look. There's nothing all that smart going on with the filmmaking. The story is breaking new ground, the acting is just average, and the dialogue works sometimes and other times it doesn't. With all that said, I still enjoyed the film for the most part.After a night of partying, Tim(nicknamed Dildo by his father) and his friends are driving home when they crash into a parked police car. His father is angry, angry enough to send him away to a prep school. Upon arrival there, he clashes with the headmaster and begins to be labeled as the stupid, trouble maker. He also meets a girl who he begins to romance. Basically the movie is a lot of smoking weed and drinking surrounded by some drifting, school scenes, and family sequences.The films writing is a bit weak to say the least. It doesn't seem that well thought out, but in the end, it gets there; even if just barely. Outside Providence is worth a look for the 70's teenage partying culture(if you're into it), but it isn't a movie I would say needs to be watched. If you stumble across it one day though, give it a shot.
Thomas P (ag) wrote: You root for the cancer here, bc you are watching the overblown leads act like Angelica the Rugrat & Scrappy-doo respectively. Its so bland & uninspired -you'll need to talk to a real person after seeing it bc the fakeness & stereotyping is actually creepy. Sweeping attempt to make a bigger-than-life movie about dealing w cancer, but the music, script & acting fall flat, and the romanticized cinematography attempts to make the story seem large enough for everyone to sympathize or empathize with, but it only thuds of boring pomposity.Its a wooden Lifetime movie & appears to have Brian DePalma directing, except that nothing interesting happens, and all the attempts at seriousness in the script ring completely hollow.Otherwise, I love Jaime Gertz in Twister -hilarious- & Martha Plimpton in Eye of God - shocking & completely believable, almost too much so.Here, tho, they phoned it in - a sheer disgrace. I guess everyone has to pay the rent at times. I hate only a few movies, but this is clearly, eyerollingly, on that list. I'd rather see any number of anonymous ppl talk about their experience w cancer using natural honesty, humor & hubris rather than this self-important, bumbling, over-baked mess. Hated it. Period.
Ian M (nl) wrote: The freaks in the fair are actually kind of fun and are probably professionals I'm guessing, but Donald Pleasance is uncharacteristically wooden unfortunately, and I have no idea why he has the dodgiest accent in the world!! Mildly entertaining...
Dusty L (ag) wrote: I'm not sure if it was supposed to have effort but didn't, or if it was an attempt to show Arnold more of America than California. Either way, it was unintentionally hilarious.
David G (de) wrote: Classic Laurel & Hardy comedy, the first full-length feature they made having appeared only in shorts up to that point. It's not the best film they've produced but it has some good gags, a couple of nice musical numbers and provides an interesting look at Hollywood racial attitudes of the period. Of course James Finlayson makes an appearance too, the man who pioneered "D'oh" half a century before Homer Simpson!