Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times

Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times

This documentary compiles a series of Noam Chomsky's interviews and lectures that address the events of 9/11.

This documentary compiles a series of Noam Chomsky's interviews and lectures that address the events of 9/11. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times torrent reviews

stefano l (kr) wrote: Unusual action thriller set in a comunication station. The particularity is that is nearly a two-actors movie. It's enough fun if you do not have nothing better to do.

Hector B (ru) wrote: The movie didn't offer much of anything. Rockwell Skype in his performance. On the list of worst movies of the year.

Natalie S (au) wrote: A lot of tense moments but none were at all scary. If the lighting and camera work had been slightly better I might have enjoyed it more however it was such bad camera work that you can see nothing. There was no storyline, just a haunted hospital, nothing new! Shame, the idea was very good, the description of the ghosts sounded scary but we never got to see them so... Yeah. I wouldn't recommend this at all.

Chase V (es) wrote: It's so offensive that its funny

Stefan D (nl) wrote: Well, robot army is ready to take place of the humans ... but one robot is feeling human emotions ...

Sandra G (mx) wrote: Zabou depeint avec beaucoup de justesse la confusion des sentiments, les felures intimes, la fragilite... J'adore l'esthetique, la poesie des images ainsi que la mise en scene, aussi alambiquee que la nature humaine.

Ben R (br) wrote: A movie full of scumbag characters with fake southern accents. You'd think the combo of Stoltz,Spader and Rooker would be a winning team but instead its kinda meh.The saving grace was the fact that the story was somewhat interesting and you get to see Debra Unger half naked more than a few times in this, which is always a treat for straight red blooded males. A decent watch but don't expect cinema gold with this cast.

Jeremiah G (mx) wrote: I'm certain my love of this move could only be explained by psychoanalysis

Marc G (it) wrote: Advanced for its time in dealing with difficult issues. Ages well.Abby Mann wrote a fine script. Sinatra takes a chance by taking such a gutsy role.

Chris W (es) wrote: wanting to see more Fulci

Bill B (nl) wrote: The Davis baby was only the beginning...Now, graduate filmmaker Larry Cohen once again writes, produces and directs the eerie sequel to his campy/creepy thiller "It's Alive", with three times the terror, as now a TRIO of the deadly killer babies are born, each with the same savage instinct: to kill and kill again! John P. Ryan is back from the first film as Frank Davis, arriving in Arizona from L.A. to warn new parents-to-be Frederick Forrest and Kathleen Lloyd of the upcoming terror! Keep an eye out for the boom mike that appears from underneath a coffee table! And the outdoor children's party scene is a HOOT of truly ATROCIOUS acting! Rated "R": (Adult themes and Language, Violence). 1978. 1 1/2 Hrs.

Paul T (jp) wrote: not bad great ending

Eddie D (nl) wrote: love me some doris wishman!

Ollie W (us) wrote: I thought near the beginning that it wasn't as good as the first. But it did at some point get better and by the end I wasn't sure which I preferred.

Mike O (fr) wrote: Pretty bad, but still impressive that actors somehow take themselves seriously and act fairly decent in terrible movies.

Kiel C (jp) wrote: It's good but I never liked the final 30 minutes. The sequel is better. Pretend they solved the murder with the shootout at the pimps house then move on to the next film.