#

One Bright Shining Moment

ONE BRIGHT SHINING MOMENT retraces George McGovern's bold presidential campaign of 1972 - a grassroots campaign that fought for peace and justice, and positioned ideas and people first. But...

. . But. ONE BRIGHT SHINING MOMENT retraces George McGovern's bold presidential campaign of 1972 - a grassroots campaign that fought for peace and justice, and positioned ideas and people first

One Bright Shining Moment is the best great movie of Stephen Vittoria. The released year of this movie is 2005. You can check list actors in this movie torrents, for example James Abourezk, Warren Beatty, Chip Berlet, Jim Bouton, Reverend Malcolm Boyd, Andrea Fields, Amy Goodman, Dick Gregory, Gary Hart, Thomas J. Knock, Harvey Kornberg, Ron Kovic, Frank Mankiewicz, George McGovern, Rick Stearns. Movie' genres are Documentary. The rating is 7.7 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movies torrent. Share this movies torrent to support us

One Bright Shining Moment torrents

One Bright Shining Moment full movie

One Bright Shining Moment 2005 torrent

One Bright Shining Moment torrent, One Bright Shining Moment movie torrents, download One Bright Shining Moment full movie, One Bright Shining Moment 2005 torrents, download One Bright Shining Moment 2005 torrents, watch One Bright Shining Moment movie, One Bright Shining Moment englishsub, free download One Bright Shining Moment movie, movie One Bright Shining Moment torrent

Links Name Quality Seeders Leechers Size
Download   ONE BRIGHT SHINING MOMENT TheForgottenSummerOfGeorgeMcGovern2005 Other 48 45 1.53 GB

Users reviews


Adam A (kr)

Its traps are still more thought out than the story. "SAW V" tries for the first time to play it smart in every twist through every corner, but fails by taking the easy way out, as always


bill s (jp)

A blitz of bullcrap


chase (mx)

The dramatic impact of the end is far less effective on screen though. it is, of course a watered down version of the story missing a lot of the nuances of Roth's superb writing- but is entertaining throughout. probably the best adaptation of a Roth novel(la), which isn't an easy thing to accomplish


Daniel T (ru)

A lot gets lost in translation I found trying to watch it with a Spanish friend of mine. Surrealist humor for kids that's also a love letter to growing up in Hong Kong. A Hong Kong classic


Darren N (au)

Despite the precocious kids, the storyline and drama never rise above mediocrity


Edith N (ru)

Which is another which didn't need to be made. Unfortunately, that they were able to do with it led to the fact that people are constantly drinking Coke when there's no need to--and practically the entire movie of [i]Mac & Me[/i], from what I understand. And it is a charming enough scene, for all that, and one of the funniest moments in the movie. On the other, it was nice to know that there were some things which Joe Breen didn't have any authority over. On the one hand, preventing that scene would have nipped a few things in the bud, including the release of this movie. Joe Breen tried to put a stop to it, but he was told that this was one thing his office didn't have authority over. The production had run out of money, and the way they paid for the rest of the movie was to have the thugs chase Harpo around the rooftops of Manhattan, with all sorts of billboards going past. It is also an early example of product placement. However, those moments were scarce compared to the laughs in their earlier films, and this isn't one I feel the need to own--or even watch again. Lyons shouldn't show off by being a better violinist than Chico was a pianist was actually laugh-out-loud funny. The idea that Chico could talk to Harpo over the phone simply by reading his mind is an entertaining one, and the line about how Mr. But there was still humour involved, a laugh or two. Marilyn was twenty-three, and [i]it[/i] showed. Groucho, the baby, was pushing sixty at the time, and it shows. But the thing is, it's awfully hard to completely suck the comedy out of a Marx Brothers movie. As I'm sure they all would have agreed. Better had they left on [i]A Night in Casablanca[/i]. ) But it's really rather disappointing. (And how two minutes of Marilyn Monroe elevates it all that much, I cannot say. Oh, I suppose I'd still watch it if there were nothing better about, and the person who is calling it one of the worst movies ever made clearly hasn't seen many movies. Though I'm not at all sure the writers of this one did; they never seemed to before. I was uncertain until I checked the Memorable Quotes page on IMDB which of the women was the love interest, because we all know that the romantic subplot is the least important part of a Marx Brothers movie. They don't even exchange a phone call, which Chico and Harpo do. But there are none of those wonderful, nonsensical arguments between Chico and Groucho, because we never see them together. It would have been interesting to see the movie as originally planned, as the Harpo vehicle, and it would have been fun if the movie had acknowledged that what makes a Marx Brothers movie great is the interaction among the brothers and that we don't necessarily care about the plot. There are some laughs in the story, but most of what makes a great Marx Brothers movie is gone by now. It's really rather sad. Mike is in a relationship with ingenue Maggie Phillips (Vera-Ellen), and Madame Egelichi is sending thugs, including Raymond Burr, after Harpo. Lyons (Leon Belasco), who owns the sets and costumes and wants to take them all back. And he acquires Faustino the Great (Chico), an uneven prospect at best, though he immediately goes to work on Mr. He sneaks it back to the theatre where Mike Johnson (Paul Valentine) is trying to put on a show of unknowns, not usually an easy prospect. Only a funny-looking pickpocket with curly hair (Harpo, who doesn't even get a character name and is just called Harpo) got into the storage area of the store and has stolen quite a lot of food, including the special tin. They are to be received by the mysterious and ominous Madame Egelichi (Ilona Massey). Throckmorton (Melville Cooper), who runs a high-end food emporium, has had them smuggled into the US in a can of Portuguese sardines with a Maltese Cross marked on the bottom of the tin. Detective Sam Grunion (Groucho, with one of his least-funny character names) is Our Narrator, telling us the story of the Romanoff diamonds. But of course, she's on the cover, because she's Marilyn Monroe. In fact, Groucho doesn't get much time onscreen even alone, and Marilyn Monroe, who only has something like two lines, has almost as much. ) Harpo and Chico have several scenes together, but it almost feels as though the brothers were just tired of one another, because Harpo only has a scene or two with Groucho, and Groucho and Chico never appear onscreen together at all. (The money people, bizarrely, included Mary Pickford. But this movie, originally intended to be a solo project for Harpo, was cobbled together as a project for all three, because the money people said it had to be all three if they wanted it made. I don't know what Chico thought. Groucho didn't mention it in his first one and generally considered [i]A Night in Casablanca[/i] to be the brothers' last film. I Can See Why They Stopped Harpo didn't mention it in his autobiography


J K (ag)

hours with a squaking idiot dinosaur? Whoopi was born for this role!. What better way to deal with a room full of squaking idiots than dealing for 2. Oh yes, this film served as a valuable audition for Whoopi for her present gig on The View


Jared N (ca)

Creepy and well executed, but not that revealing


Juan S (gb)

I really love this movie


Lori O (gb)

Stockard Channing was great in this role