September Clues

September Clues

In-depth analysis and comparison of the mainstream media's live news coverage of the World Trade Center disaster.

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September Clues torrent reviews

Yasmin O (it) wrote: It wasn't as good as I expected but for a budget of $6,000 wow Many other movies from this genre could Learn a lot from this one

Ben T (jp) wrote: I can remember this movie being a little weird, but still an entertaining adventure

Lanky Man P (fr) wrote: So this wasn't terrible, but it wasn't great. It's tolerable. It's pretty funny when the slime oozes on the characters randomly from off camera.

STOP T (ag) wrote: The most inspiring and uplifting documentary of all time. If it had been in English it would of won the Oscar. It was shortlisted by the Academy.

Andrew L (de) wrote: pretty good little horror film

David S (ca) wrote: Slack pacing even at 80 minutes, but sweet in spots. Bonnie Hunt needs to be in more movies.

Daniel Y (kr) wrote: Monsters Inc. is a film thats like every other pixar movie that you've come to expect at this point. It's funny, original, visually dazzling, and is down right entertaining for all ages that makes it one of the classic animated feature in Pixars line-up.

CJ W (es) wrote: This is, by far, the most mind bending trip-fest of all time.

Rob P (gb) wrote: The better of the the two between this and Fear and Loathing, felt more real and Murray is more charming.

Peter W (it) wrote: A romantic Western comedy with a number of surprising twists; featuring Charles Bronson in a role pretty much the opposite of his usual image and myth. Funny and melancholic, this film is bound to delude the expectations of die hard action fans. It offers much better qualities indeed.

Mark D (mx) wrote: Nostalgic and entertaining. Its been a while since ive seen it, but you can read naughtiness in there. And the drug fuelled farting 'trip' is just wrong. But all jokes aside, very decent adaptation of a Roald Dahl classic.

Brent S (au) wrote: A really good edge of your seat disaster flick!