Orwell Rolls in His Grave

Orwell Rolls in His Grave

Has America entered an Orwellian world of doublespeak where outright lies can pass for truth? The country's leading intellectuals discuss and examine the mix of businesses, politics and ideology that is the mainstream media.

A documentary analyzing the role of the modern American media and its effects on democracy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Orwell Rolls in His Grave torrent reviews

Voodoo R (jp) wrote: I really wanted to like this movie it definitely had a lot of promise, but does fall down in a few key areas. The first issue I have is with the the time period it takes place. The school buildings and all the places in the film outside of the house give the impression it takes place in the 70's. Which is odd considering it takes place in current day and that from my memory is only specifically mentioned on the hex media site and the glimpses of modern technology. This seems even weirder with the female lead who's hinted to be from a different time who looks to be in her early mid/20's , but has the style of someone growing up in the 40's and the movie tries hard to imply that she is from a very different time. Which would make sense considering the black and white photograph found later that is aged and the set heavily sets the tone of the movie taking place in the 70's which would make the main character in his mid to late 30's and a small child in the 40's when the photo was taken. One other issue I have is with the film is the main actor. I'm not sure who decided to have him freak out at everything. It makes it much harder to take him seriously later on when he is legitimately afraid, but harder to buy considering he's been doing that the whole film.The last issue I have is with the Owl Man. Great looking and he looks creepy and the movie really tries, but the movie doesn't really feature him till the last 20 min maybe half hour. Considering the whole movie centers on him they really don't include him as much. I'm fully aware a large part of horror is keeping certain things in the dark however, it seemed a lot was revealed last minute and also his appearances were sporadic. One thing about HP Love Craft did so well was the sense of for boding the power of the gods through out the whole story and in this case it really feels shoved in last minute.Had they worked out the time line/plot holes, issues with the main actor and included more of the Owl Man earlier on it could've been great. They really skip of over a lot of the Owl Man and it feels like it got thrown in at the end. The promise though is definitely there, which makes this so much more disappointing especially considering the trailer and the implication the Owl Man would be more involved.

Joe W (fr) wrote: Loved every moment. Sad and suspenseful

may k (ca) wrote: I just liked it. no stimulated one for someone. but its because he has seen tooo much sweety super salty movies. sometimes, blend flavour is good enough.

John T (br) wrote: The story was a bit better than the movie. It's about a cop who slowly descends into darkness. The acting wasn't bad. The gore was pretty good. All in all, not a horrible movie.

Drew S (de) wrote: This shit sucks. It's just as sexually compartmentalizing as The Birdcage was, only from the other end of the spectrum and about half as cleverly.I don't feel like saying any more.

ray h (au) wrote: This is a well made film by Robert Altman. The acting was uniformly good. The story involves 5 or 6 separate, contiguous story lines. The various characters sometimes intersect. The story was interesting and held my attention. But, none of the characters was anyone the audience could root for. These people were all pretty thoroughly messed up. So, as is often the case with movies like this; it was like watching a slow motion train wreck.Although well made, this type of film is not favorite of mine.

Spencer P (de) wrote: Lovingly shot, well-scripted and nicely acted, this shows a transition from the archetypal and inconsequential "angry young men" genre to good outcomes.

Thomas B (fr) wrote: Abbott and Costello at there best!!

Grant S (ag) wrote: Quite good - intriguing and amusing. Starts slowly, and without any apparent focus, but gets better and better as it goes on. Initially looks like a weak political-drama, but then evolves into an intriguing spy drama, plus develops a comedic side (in some ways parodying the spy drama genre). After moving slowly in the first half, the second half rollicks along.Solid performance by Deborah Kerr in the lead role. Good support from Trevor Howard. The best comedic moments involve Garry Marsh and Tom Macaulay.

Jacob H (es) wrote: Comparison of all the conjuring movies. Conjuring 2: more story a little less scary than the original. Conjuring: a little less story but scarier than 2. Annabelle: Less story than conjuring 1-2 but is the scariest

Alberto G (us) wrote: Maravillosa. majestuosamente poetica.

Leonardo Malacay S (ca) wrote: Muy buena historia y muy bien contada