He's been laughed at, cussed, and shot at, but Larry Gibson refuses to abandon his home. Gibson has lived atop Kayford Mountain in West Virginia for decades, fighting to save his family's land from one of the biggest Mountain Top Removal mines in Appalachia. 'Mountain Man' tells Larry's story and shows how his life has inspired young people to call for a swift end to Mountain Top Removal.
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Mountain Man torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: No one does creepy more effortlessly than Brad Dourif.
(us) wrote: This is a seriously underrated film. Funny and sweet in all the right places. Sad as fuck. Good dialogue, editing, and camera work. Don't at me.
(au) wrote: dumb, how did they get that cast?
(de) wrote: Extraordinary. Writer-director Milcho Manchevski's debut feature is set in his native Macedonia (formerly Yugoslavia) where individual lives are ravaged by religious and ethnic strife following the civil war in Bosnia. This is a sophisticated drama told in a circular structure with three interlocking stories that lead to sectarian violence. In the first segment, an Orthodox monk, who has taken a vow of silence, helps an Albanian Muslim girl escape from the authorities. The second segment, set in London, involves a photo editor (Katrin Cartlidge) torn between her husband and her lover, a Macedonian photographer (Rade Serbedziga), and are unexpectedly confronted with the aftermath of war. The final segment returns to Macedonia where the photographer hopes to reunite with a lost love, an Albanian widow, but finds that neighbors and friends are now enemies. These previous stories are connected to the last and have a tragic resolution. This is an ambitious, unostentatious, and despairing view of war atrocities that is emotionally overpowering. Vast, rugged landscape photographed by Manuel Teran, provide a hauntingly lyrical backdrop to the war torn region. Music is by Anastasia. In Macedonian, Albanian, and English with subtitles.
(ag) wrote: England's "Godzilla."
(it) wrote: Awwww I love dragonheart it's sooooooo good with awesome special effects despite its age and Draco (dragon) is so adorable and Jonh Connery is a perfect as a voice actor for a dragon because he sounds exactly like how I imagine an old wise male dragon would sound like, and yes I did shed some tears when he died and if I hadn't held myself back then I would have cried a whole ocean
(kr) wrote: Ok I'm not one to leave reviews or even to voice my opinion on anything but this movie just plain pissed me off. This movie is the most vile, anti semitic and racially insensitive thing I have ever seen and I have no clue how anyone could allow for this to be made or even find this funny. There is one particular scene that made pissed me off where they are giving away from boat rides to africa to people of african american decent not only are the cast incredibly racist and hurtful but at no point do they show any remorse or even apologise (even after one of the victims try's to beat the shit out of him and rightfully so). Fuck this movie and fuck anyone who finds it funny.
(de) wrote: Didn't really get the point
(jp) wrote: Gritty picture with top notch performances all around. I love Beau Bridges' under-appreciated role here.