Occupy Unmasked

Occupy Unmasked

Occupy Unmasked features the conservative visionary Andrew Breitbart and journalists Brandon Darby, David Horowitz, Pam Keys, Anita MonCrief, Mandy Nagy, and Lee Stranahan. Written and directed by award-winning director, Stephen K. Bannon (The Undefeated, Generation Zero) and produced by David N. Bossie (Border War, Perfect Valor), Occupy Unmasked is a shocking indictment of one of the most controversial movements in American history.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rape,   riot,   gangster,  

An alternate look at Occupy Wall Street camps around the country. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Occupy Unmasked torrent reviews

Ricky W (fr) wrote: I swear I've been to this party. Good low budget production.

JADE J (ca) wrote: I was so impressed with Kristen's acting and musical skills in this film. Also Dakota was fantastic. One of my favourites.

Heather M (es) wrote: I am going to pass on this one for now.

Maikki R (es) wrote: Wow. Pure wow. This was one of the best horror clips i've ever seen! It really hooked me instantly within the first few minutes. Very good acting, very good plot. Asian vision- movies are all the way better than Hollywood ones. Yes, i do think so.

Leonardo Malacay S (br) wrote: Los estudiantes de cine tambin pueden ser gay y pueden hacer cualquier cosa pro estar al lado del objeto de su afecto, pero que sucede cuando el no es gay pero esta hasta los cojones metido en el mundo gay

Private U (ru) wrote: Perhaps John Candy's least interesting movie of all time. It's nowhere near as funny as Uncle Buck or the Great Outdoors.

Rolf H (gb) wrote: The interplay between Bogart and Bacall is almost too fun to be believed. I was told that the director actually really liked her, but Humphrey totally bogarted Lauren ;)

Niccol N (de) wrote: This film is just terrible : director/screenwriter/editor Oren Peli gets wrong anything he can; violating every screenwriting "rule" made popular by "script gurus". He starts with a terrible script in what the late Blake Snyder would have called the "Monster in the house" genre , and it's talk, talk, talk from beginning to end. Characters talk the plot all the time, or expressly tell the audience how they're feeling : "Something's happening in this house", thanks ! I know that already. "I want to leave, I'm scared" says a character : Peli, don't tell me about her fear, show me her fear ! Films are visual ! And you've shot this film almost entirely in sequence shot ! I don't think that's a good idea in terms of film pace. And the whole story is something about two characters talking and talking all the time : you'd have to be Quentin Tarantino or David Mamet to keep up the audience's attention for such a long time. But you're not, and "Reservoir Dogs" had it's action sequences between dialogue parts, you know. Dialogue only, well it would have been hard for them too. Oh, and do you think having a door slightly opening, obviously filmed using someone pulling invisible threads off-screen, will really give someone the creeps ? There is one film shot entirely in long take, you know : it's called "Rope", and, you know, it was directed by someone named Alfred Hitchcock. And, yes, it was shot in a close environment too, but if you're not Hitchcock ,Brian De Palma or a real Hollywood big shot, I'd seriously recommend you not to do it at home. and it doesn't matter at all if you come up with some decent ending if you've killed the film a long time before it.You see : the problem is not you're trying to do "poltergeist" on a low-budget, without special effects. The problem is you're tryin' to do "Poltergeist" at home when you don't know to write first, and you don't know how to direct it secondly. So why not going for a different subject ?