This documentary questions the uses and abuses of food commodities is concerned. The statements of farmers, scientists, traders, and speculators, as well as manufacturers and politicians are assembled to create a comprehensive view of the factors that determined how wheat was cultivated in the United States and how related markets functioned as the 1980s begun. The film takes its title from the wheat futures or contracts used in commodity market transactions, where the contract months include September.
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(gb) wrote: Hollywood is one of the most legendary places in the world next to times square in New York. All kinds of stories and myths have come from here, good bad and ugly. Map of the Stars looks at the dark and twisted myth that some believe out in tinsel town. The movie starts out with a girl named Agatha arriving in Hollywood she comes with the hopes of mending her relationship with her estranged family which includes her spoiled brat of a brother benji and budhhist father Stafford. Agatha in the meantime gets a job with failing actress Havana Segrand. The lives of all these individuals are explored in this dark tale directed by David Croneberg. Its so relevant to everyone's dreams in cali and makes mentions of the biggest events and names in Hollywood such as the Oscars and Carrie fisher and many others. It gets dark pretty quick little disturbing at times too. It explores not only themes of darkness but also spirituality hence the use of Buddhist exericises, incantations and beliefs. Overall David Croneburg directing is incredible including with this shot selection. The music is really solid. The acting was really good. Julianne moore goes out there for this role as havanna a washed up actress struggling to make it back to some level of success. Mia wasikowa is impressive here. she is becoming a real master at playing mysterious girls her acting ability is slowly catching my attention. Evan Bird actually ended up being a standout amongst this cast. He is very spoiled stuck up kid but he got some deep issues that relate to the bigger themes explored in this filmIt has quite the ending. Map to the stars is a really well crafted film that's worth checking out.
(es) wrote: A bereaved private investigator is called in to help find out who murdered the father in law of his best friend, the police chief, but soon suspects foul play closer to home. With Andrew Lau & Alan Mak (Infernal Affairs) directing and a cast that includes Tony Leung, Takashi Kaneshiro and Shu Qi, this ought to be a classy thriller. Yet despite these credentials it's a sombre, ponderous affair that ultimately disappoints.
(ca) wrote: Awful adaptation to such a brilliant novel. It makes it appear like it's fluff when it's not. The novel has such a dark quality to it with it's complexities about obsession to the point of madness. It just doesn't capture the spirit of that intricate plot device at all. If it weren't so cheesed up, it could have been so much better. It felt like such a lifetime movie. I only gave it 2 stars for Assante, who unfortunately was the only one who deserves credit for his acting. Just skip this and read the novel instead. It's truly great. Trust me on this.
(de) wrote: Largely pointless and nonsensical, but I'm awarding it two stars for its series of bizarre and startling cameo appearances by a ranting Hitler.
(mx) wrote: X Terminal. That's right Malcolm X terminal.Tom Arnold is the father of The Honky family.People who fly low class get Popeyes and have to share napkins, one napkin per every two people.These are all jokes in the movie. This movie did no one any favors.
(gb) wrote: This is the sort of dark, violent, yet dull and ponderous detective tale that Denzel Washington used to churn out every year in the late 1990s. That is not a good thing. Think "Bone Collector" or "Fallen."
(it) wrote: Love this old movie.
(jp) wrote: Love the Street Fighter scene~!!
(au) wrote: One of Bettes Best films,very underated
(gb) wrote: Always love watching Frank, even if it is a war movie and not a musical!