Five substance-abusing friends decide to fake a kidnapping in order to bribe a police constable for covering-up a hit-and-run accident.
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Navin B (kr) wrote: What can I say except that this movie moved me in such a sweet terrible way. Please do see this movie especially if you are from Mumbai or love Mumbai, only then you will understand its depth.
Arslan A (ag) wrote: This movie is really great, a documentary of the process to get your child into the best nursery so they can ultimately get into an ivy league. It is funny as well as interesting.
Nathan H (de) wrote: "By the People" was quite an experience. To be able to truly see the inner workings of a presidential campaign, the frustrations and absolute nervousness of a year-long battle...the footage will make your hair go gray. Yes, obviously there is a varnish applied to the film: we don't see these campaign workers swearing, or getting over-pessimistic, or arguing, but this isn't a movie that strives for cheap drama and tabloid scandal. We know the outcome, after all, and it never advertises itself as an expose.Of course, while I found this to be a remarkable piece of documentary filmmaking (and prescient, too...wouldn't it have sucked for the filmmakers if he'd lost?), it does serve as a reminder of why I hate election season. I hate that it lasts so long, and I hate that our greatest politicians spend so much time locked in a war of words, accomplishing nothing, and with each new attack more firmly entrenching the idea of Two Americas. This movie reminds me of how agonizing and aggravating the year 2008 really was, how many stupid arguments I got into over hot-button issues, how much needless worry I went through, how many ridiculous facebook status updates I read or commented upon, how many newscasts I watched, stories I read...This movie is two hours long, but as I watched it, I relived weeks' worth of wasted time during election season, and I began to dread the inevitable campaign for 2012. We've got to go through this shit again?Perhaps directors Sams and Rice can follow this film up with a picture that makes a more definitive argument against the prolonged campaign season. While "By the People" convinced me more than ever that (yes) rhetoric is just as important as action (no matter what all those critics liked to say when Obama was elected "based on fancy speeches"), that words can tear a nation down, that words can cause people to hate one another, that words can be divisive and cruel and lasting...it also convinced me, though, that Obama does understand this, and that his rhetoric throughout the campaign (and even now, when he speaks of bipartisanship) was extremely positive, and unifying, and though both parties are guilty of creating Two Americas right now, we need more politicians to recognize the effects of their words on the overall attitude of the American public.
Michael M (ag) wrote: "somtimes life blows, so sit bac & enjoy the BLOWJOB"!!! haha
Edith S (ca) wrote: I've seen this film get 3 out of 5 stars, and comments stating that this film "had the best jump scares of any modern horror film." I don't want to be harsh but I have PTSD and I did not jump once during this film. The acting isn't the worst I've seen, but it was far from the best. The story itself had promise but the film overall feels lacking. Maybe I went in with higher expectations than I should have. I think this was a case of too much hype and not enough delivery.
Jack G (mx) wrote: rare Herzog misfire still has entertaining moments- and how could it NOT?
Paul D (us) wrote: Fun navy comedy, but no more. Walter Matthau is an ordinary supporting actor in a cast with no stand-out performances.