Ed Asner narrates this documentary about U.S. involvement in Colombia's drug trafficking and civil unrest. The film examines the impact of chemical spraying and military funding and reveals alternate U.S. interests. Features interviews with Noam Chomsky, the late Senator Paul Wellstone, Colombian Presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, Congressmen John Conyers and Jim McGovern, U.S. State Department officials, guerilla leaders and others. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Karthik M (au) wrote: Awesome fun all through!!!!!!!!!!
Robert H (de) wrote: Even though the trailer I saw for this looked pretty good, I wasn't exactly expecting too much given this was produced by Tyler Perry. Thankfully I can report that while his influence can be felt, this movie stays away from the overt messaging and preachiness of his other work (directing, mostly). To concisely describe this movie, it's like an African-American version of MEET THE PARENTS, although it isn't quite as funny. The humor comes in fits and spurts, but when it does come it is really hilarious. The plot also feels kind of episodic, moving towards a finale that you can see coming a mile away. Still, the journey there is quite an entertaining one. The acting is just fine for this kind of material, and Craig Robinson does bring this nice everyman comic persona to the film, but I thought that David Alan Grier and Malcolm Barrett (playing Craig Robinson's brother) were the standouts here. Kerry Washington also does a nice job, although this isn't some of her best work. Some other downsides include a rather trite treatment of homosexuality (one of the Peeple daughters is a lesbian) and the way the plot is tied up in a nice ribbon at the end almost too quickly. However, the camaraderie and chemistry in the cast is palpable and this makes all of the shortcomings liveable. Overall, given its rather lukewarm reception, I feel that this is an underrated gem and one of the better entries in Tyler Perry's filmography.
John R (gb) wrote: 2010-12-22: Will never be a classic though it did add some Christmas cheer. It has a never ending denouement.
Ed T (jp) wrote: Not for the faint of heart. Still trying to decide if this was pretentious drivel or mind-bending masterpiece. Enter at your own risk.
Kadeem S (mx) wrote: Although the title looks cliche, but I love Clockstoppers. I hope the could release it on Blu-Ray soon.
Mlissa A (kr) wrote: Un de mes films NOSTALGIE prfr ! :)
Kerby H (kr) wrote: For the first hour, I really liked this movie. For the second, I liked it, but not that much. By the third, (after I woke up) I realized that starting this movie at midnight was a bad decision. I also realized that where it may be stretched out in many parts, Beatty has a performance for the ages in which he might have won best actor if it weren't for Henry Fonda. He also rightfully won Best Director.
Sam M (fr) wrote: Credit for spawning/popularizing the genre, few weaknesses but it's entertaining.
Tim M (ag) wrote: A sequel that lives up to its predecessor. Just as fun, witty, and clever with an even better mystery - lots of suspects and its a lot harder to tell who the culprit is. Perhaps the greatest sequel ever made since it lives up so well to the first.
Dave W (de) wrote: Very much a throwback to the old 80's horror movies. Worth a watch on "scary movie night."
Tuomas J (us) wrote: Vincent Price is simply amazing. And you just got to love the black cat, one of the most hilarious horror movie villains in recet memory.
Mark D (es) wrote: Stupid movie!, boring, BORING, BORING!!!!!
Brandon W (es) wrote: The Hallow is directed and co-written by Corin Hardy, and it stars Joseph Mawle and Bojana Novakovic in a British/Irish horror film about a family that moved to a place in an Irish village, and the father's job is to go to the forest to research, even though in that place, people are not suppose to go to the forest as there's a tale about creatures that live there called The Hallow. I wasn't really watching this with high expectations as even if it has good reviews, it could turn out to be bad . Luckily it's not the case as it's a really good horror film, even if it's not perfect. The acting is great, which I forgot that Mawle was in Game of Thrones, and Bojana was in Devil, so it's nice to see that they kept their careers going. The chemistry between the husband and wife are nicely put together that gives you something to root for even when you don't really know much about the characters. The make-up effects look amazing and terrifying to look at, and the climax gets a lot better in an exciting way. The pacing sorts of drags along with it, and it felt standard in some places. The atmosphere is really effective at setting the creepy mood for the film, and I didn't really know what was going to happen in the end. It could've been better, but the folklore behind it is interesting enough that I want to see more of them if they make a sequel or a different film.