Filmmaker Robert Greenwald (Outfoxed) carefully examines the war in Afghanistan, raising challenging questions about the destabilization of Pakistan, U.S. troop escalation, ballooning military costs, civilian casualties and much more. Through fascinating interviews with Afghans, veterans, reporters, ex-CIA agents and foreign-policy experts, Greenwald's incisive documentary urges an immediate de-escalation of the conflict.
- Stars:Tariq Ali, Faiysal Alikhan, Andrew Bacevich, Robert Baer, Shukria Barakzai, Thomas J. Barfield, Ramazan Bashardost, Christopher Bentley, Linda J. Blimes, Pratap Chatterjee, Juan Cole, Steve Coll, Catherine Collins, Jo Comerford, Carl Conetta,
- Director:Robert Greenwald,
Rethink Afghanistan is a ground-breaking, full-length documentary focusing on the key issues surrounding the war. The film raises critical questions regarding Afghanistan. Segments of this ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: Pat Morita as a chinese herpetologist..does it get better? Yes it does....Courtney Gains and Erik Estrada are in this cheese biscuit with him! WOO!
(kr) wrote: Angry video Game Nerd: The Movie (2014) C-115m. ? 1/2 D: Kevin Finn, James Rolfe. James Rolfe, Jeremy Suarez, Sarah Glendening, Bobby Reed, Stephen Mendel, Helena Barrett, Time Winters. The Nerd's indulgent, lowbrow swing at a low-budget, effects-driven feature film is a hit or miss affair. Gaming company learns the more a video game is bad the better the sales, so they devise Eee Tee 2, a sequel to "the world's worst video game". Widely uneven parable goes askew all too soon with sporadic bursts of plot and a disappointing quantity of vulgar . . . not to mention laughs. Only the presence of James keeps things somewhat watchable, but film drags on forever. On the plus side, there are some pretty funny cameos by AVGN regulars; Nerd fans may want to rate this ?? for the sake of curiosity. Finn co-wrote the screenplay with Rolfe. In any event, a bummer.
(br) wrote: Laughed my a$$ off from this. Macy funny guy.
(ca) wrote: I've watched Ichi the Killer twice. The first time I found the gore and violence off-putting, and didn't like the movie. Seeing it again 10 years later, after having lived in Japan, the movie made a lot more sense to me. The themes of bullying (to the point of institutionalized structure) and isolation are serious issues in Japanese society. The movie is over-the-top and painful to watch at moments, but it is also memorable and keeps you in an excited state throughout. Tadanobu Asano delivers a virtuoso performance as an eccentric and masochistic gangster. The CGI isn't always convincing, but luckily its used sparingly. Miike delivers a visionary, disturbing, delightfully kooky at times, and one-of-a-kind movie-watching experience.
(it) wrote: It is a weak acting but a nice message, and mostly for teaching lovers.
(ru) wrote: Controversial topic considering it is a love story between an adult man and a boy, Dutch masterpiece. Wonderful music , photography and performances
(mx) wrote: Cheesy performances and some subtleties asided, this is a fairly moving, realistic depiction of inner city poverty. Plus, Mos Def!
(ca) wrote: 130713: Not your typical spaghetti western. An American influence is apparent as well as a bigger budget. Some of the set locations, in particular the opening scenes, are pretty extravagant. A unique story with a couple of equally unique characters.
(jp) wrote: An interesting Western where you end up rooting for the "Bad Guy". Gene Hackman plays a cold-blooded, coward of a Posse leader who likes nothing more than to shoot the bad guys from hiding with long range rifles, Oliver Reed on the other hand is excellent as the leader of a gang who kidnaps a woman to teach him to read. He is shown quite clearly to be the nobler of the two and more often than not walks deliberately in range of the Posse's guns to help his men get to safety. His portrayal of a man who has gotten himself into a hell of his own creation as gang leader shows just how good Mr. Reed was, and you end up hoping that the teacher shows him the way out. The Peaches scene and the scene where Reed throws away his guns as a sign he's had enough of all the violence and killing are classics in their own right!
(nl) wrote: This is pretty brutal but hilarious as well. Poor Olivia!
(gb) wrote: Surprisingly fun for an informational Disney movie.
(us) wrote: Kinda funny, as far as this kinda movie goes.
(es) wrote: The best cop drama since 'We Own the Night.' Cage portrays a morbid, amoral, & dark-witted Lieutenant, almost too well. In terms of 'plot' the film isn't groundbreaking, and the pacing suffers (due in part to Herzog's affinity for reptiles) but he has a clear vision and if you're willing to go the distance, it's one helluv'a high... I mean ride.
(ag) wrote: Clearly the result of imbibing acid and meth at every stage of the creative process! I'm still trying to figure out what the fuck went on in this film. We've got a proto-Beavis and Butthead pair of brothers who, in tribute to their dead psychotic uncle, kill wanton women to serve up on their diner's menu; we've got necromancy to revive said uncle as a disembodied brain; we've also got said brain (complete with eyes) orchestrate and oversee a plot to revive an ancient goddess with a name reminiscent of an Eighties cartoon villainess: all hail Sheetar!Did I forget to mention the rival diner owner and his sole talking puppet customer; or the vaguely grating pair of cop stereotypes?All of this got thrown into a gonzo gumbo with a varying aftertaste: sometimes, it hit the spot; other times it left me wondering: "What the fuck am I eating?" Perhaps I should check out Blood Feast, the slab of Sixties horror this hit 'n' miss homage pays tribute to.
(jp) wrote: Inappropriate Comedy is an inappropriate movie on every level. It is very similar in structure to the much maligned Movie 43 that was nothing more than a series of highly disturbing yet sometimes offensively hilarious short films that featured a surprisingly A-list group of actors -- Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Kate Winslet, Emma Stone, Richard Gere, Seth MacFarlane, Naomi Watts, Chloe Grace Moretz, Jason Sudeikis, Kristen Bell, Uma Thurman, Gerard Butler, Josh Duhamel, Elizabeth Banks, Johnny Knoxville etc. -- willing to embarrasses themselves in the name of crass comedy. It was a movie I was ashamed of myself for laughing at. This film, however ... is NOT funny and not a single laugh was cast in the seemingly never-ending series of sketches about all kinds of offensive jokes -- racist, sexist, anti-Semitic, homophobic, bigoted you-name-it. The movie believes it gets "a pass" as it is an equal opportunity offender but NOTHING here is acceptable. Rob Schneider (Deuce Bigalow) plays curmudgeonly porn critic and Adrien Brody (Splice) should have to return his Oscar after playing the effete "Flirty Harry". It took seven screenwriters to write this rubbish. The paper it was written on would have put to better use as toilet paper.
(br) wrote: The masterpiece ending of the franshise about green ogre that everyone likes. Unlike previous movies, the main thing here isn't comedy but drama. The plot of "Shrek Forever After" is genius, and you cant'be bored while watching it. It's the best Shrek movie, in my oplinion.
(us) wrote: WOW! This movie was bad!