Nothing But the Truth

Nothing But the Truth

When reporter Rachel Armstrong writes a story that reveals the identity of a covert CIA operative, the government demands that Rachel reveal her source. She defies the special prosecutor and is thrown in jail. Meanwhile, her attorney, Albert Burnside argues her case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.

In Washington, D.C., a female newspaper reporter outs a CIA agent and is imprisoned for refusing to reveal her source. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eric L (br) wrote: Hmmm... This seems to be available at the local library.

Indra W (ca) wrote: I just don't get the story, just fragments of naked breastless woman jumping around, and her taking a piss caught in my memory. Beautiful landscape? I have better wallpapers for my desktop.

Olga O (ca) wrote: A story of incomprehensible abuse delivered by an explosively violent mother of four. Journey through the mind of a child that experiences a living hell, defined and defended by the twisted religious beliefs of her mother.

Brooks C (fr) wrote: Merantau is a 2009 Indonesian movie directed by Welsh-born director, Gareth H. Evans. The plot involves a Pencak Silat expert, Yuda (Iko Uwais, The Raid: Redemption) who leaves his rural village in hopes of starting his own martial arts school in the big city of Jakarta. Things take a toll for the worst as he runs into a vagrant boy, Adi who tries to free his older sister, Astri from the clutches of a human trafficker, Ratger. Upon discovering the dark secrets of the strip-club, Yuda begins to use his Silat skills to destroy the ring and help to free Astri. The story is pretty straight-forward, but it's basically very generic. The only thing that this film encompasses is set-ups for action scenes. Not being anything new, it mostly affects the pacing of this film and does follow Ong-Bak a little closely. There really isn't much for me to say about the film's story, but what there is. The action scenes, however, are where this film shines. The fight scenes are well choreographed and the cinematography is very well done. It is also nice to see Silat done in a movie and how it works. I don't know much about the art, but from what I've seen it's pretty Japanese influenced. The stances, footwork, kicking, punching, joint-locking, wrestling, body positioning, maneuvering, and counter-striking are very similar to Karate, Japanese Judo, and Ninjitsu. The music to this film isn't that bad, but it mostly drones itself out in the long run. This film is mostly a promotional tool for Silat. Which, isn't a bad thing it's just the reality of this movie. It's pretty hard to write a full, in-depth review of a film that's more about commercialism than story and acting. Suffice to say, that Ong-Bak was commercialism for Muay Thai, but it did help balance out its action and make room for an immersive plot. This film seems to have too much action, or too much promotion and it doesn't really balance itself out very well. It does seem that the majority of films coming out of Southeast Asia are mostly marketing tools for their national sports. Overall, Merantau isn't a bad movie, but there really isn't much to say about it since it is a marketing tool for Silat and doesn't do anything special in terms of plot. For martial arts enthusiasts, like myself, it's worth checking out primarily for the action and to see Silat performed. The director of this film also directed The Raid: Redemption, which I have not seen, but plan to sometime in the future. It also was the film that gave Iko the title of becoming the next Tony Jaa. I look forward to seeing it sometime and if it lives up to the hype, I'll be willing to believe anything.

Jenny B (au) wrote: First of all, where can I find a hot springs like the one depicted in this film? I liked how different the two old friends in this film had become. One is so uptight, and the other so irresponsible. For me, it's all about how much people change as they age, and whether or not they can remain friends as their lives take different paths. I couldn't recommend this to moviegoers without a lot of patience. This director is subtle. I love that, but I realize the pacing isn't for everyone.

Roberto B (us) wrote: Wimbledon is a tennis movie (duh) starring Kirsten dunst and Paul Bethany that many people might of seen, but not necessarily thought it was going to be a great movie. In contrast, to me, it was a really pleasant movie that excessed my expectation. You'd think romantic comedy is cheesy although as well nice and comforting but this movie was just comforting to see. Classic romance movie. Sufficient acting skills, great camera shots and a good storyline that made this movie worthwhile to see on a cold gloomy English day.

Vango Q (gb) wrote: d- nice lock stock rebound +cast

Jenny N (br) wrote: I can never get enough of this movie... Vince Vaughn is one of the creepiest dudes ever!

Jessica M (fr) wrote: This isn't one of the Takeshi Kitano movies I've heard much about, but it might be my favorite so far. As you know, I appreciate character-driven dramas but on top of that, the plot and thematic elements of the movie seemed so elegantly deliberate and planned.

Kieran K (fr) wrote: Makes me want to read the book. Three hours that doesn not feel like it. Recommended

David L (ru) wrote: Sixteen Candles is uneven due to too much emphasis on Ted instead of Sam and a very unfortunate character of Dong who is an awful Asian stereotype, but everything else is great with the standouts being Molly Ringwald who is so good in the main role, the character interactions and the dialogue with some amazing, wonderful lines. But the film also hugely benefits from such a beautiful, perfectly constructed end sequence and from having a lot of heart, but never becoming too emotional. It is a fun, touching teen film that quite successfully transcended its clichd nature.

Chris a (nl) wrote: Didn't like episode 1 or 2 but people say this one is better.

Ken S (ag) wrote: Great film about a man who is conflicted as to whether he is having visions of a major oncoming storm, or if he is actually beginning to show signs of mental illness, a real concern since his mother is mentally ill. Jeff Nichols showcases some fantastic filmmaking skill, while Michael Shannon gives one hell of a powerful performance. A great film with visuals and a story that will stick with you long after you've watched it.