Owned & Operated is a mosaic of the world through the lens of the internet. Showing our lives as consumers, under the thumbs of privileged individuals and their methods of control. But the world is awakening, and the experience is something outside the normal rules of social interaction, causing excitement in those who are not served by the current system... and fear in those who are pampered by it. This documentary attempts to present these events using the video, audio and written content uploaded to the internet by the collective human consciousness comprised of every individual participant.
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Susan W (de) wrote: Worst movie, horrible language. Lead actor must have been desperate.
Mikko T (it) wrote: naked crying men and lots of different saunas. beautiful finnish scenery. perfect.
Nostradamus X (it) wrote: A typical Kitano-style comedy about love (as always) and art.
Raffy John M (ca) wrote: i love the way the story goes,.. not the usual love story it used to be...
Wanicola C (de) wrote: Uno dei film pi brutti di sempre?decisamente si.
Rosemary R (us) wrote: Does a surprisingly good job at adapting the book, which is quite impressive especially considering the length of the book. Sweet, simple, and enjoyable.
Pamela D (br) wrote: This is the Dead Awake I should have sought out.
mike h (au) wrote: fucking so funny seriously
prkprk p (au) wrote: Awful film. The acting is bad, the screenplay is bad, the directing is bad, and the film is just plain boring. Sad that this was one of the Salkinds' last projects.
Jukka H (jp) wrote: Heh, nit on vain yksi. Synapsen dvd:ss ihan hyv kuva.
Dylan M (au) wrote: Being a romantic comedy. I liked Roxanne but I didnt love it. It had fun moments and scenes in it but that didnt help my cause. Steve Martin is good, but you wont miss much not watching Roxanne.
Burton (mx) wrote: Nothing mind blowing in terms of writing or acting, but the direction, and cinematographic work is awesome. Lots of great stylized work, weird angles, interesting camera movement, and of course, some great lighting moments.In terms of plot, this, the third entry in the Female Prisoner #701 series, isn't really anything special. Matsu is still getting revenge here and there, killing yakuzas and cops alike if they get in her way.Still loads of sexy, over the top fun.
Anthony W (ru) wrote: All i can say Geniuses at work. If you never seen a Laurel and Hardy film this is a good 1 to start with :))
Senor C (jp) wrote: Here's a interesting take on the Werewolf lore. A busty mute is raped by a beggar giving birth to the hairy bastard. Actually he's not so hairy when he comes out. It takes a while for him to realize he's a werewolf & doesn't go into full effect until he's an adult. Oliver Reed is a bit melodramatic in the role but that's fine. If you're able to swallow that's how a werewolf comes about your able to swallow a fine slice of ham. A fine entry if in the Hammer Horror legacy that stands up w/ some of the better Dracula & Frankenstein filma. It's too bad there was only one of them