A road trip across five countries to explore the social and political movements as well as the mainstream media's misperception of South America while interviewing seven of its elected presidents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
South of the Border
A road trip across five countries to explore the social and political movements as well as the mainstream media's misperception of South America while interviewing seven of its elected presidents.
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Tanner M (jp) wrote: An amazingly funny comedy. Your sure to be impressed with the amazing script surrounding this, and a super sound track. The songs In this movie are sure to be stuck in your head for a long time.
Eva B (jp) wrote: Shane Dawson just isn't funny anymore, I mean he was hilarious when he first started but doing the same routine from ten years ago is just stupid and its nice that he made a movie and all but its just like his videos and its just not interesting.
Jasper M (gb) wrote: can't go wrong wit hangover! luv it!
Anthony I (au) wrote: This movie should have been way funnier. It's just embarrassingly cliched and boring.
Bradley F (kr) wrote: When I review a film (good or bad) I usually know what the filmmakers were trying to show, or the purpose they were trying to get across. However, "Indecent Proposal" is a lost cause. I have no idea what the thought process was behind making this movie and I don't know why it was even made. It's shallow, childish, stupid, melodramatic and every frame is filled with unpleasant characters and terrible writing. Let's review one of the worst movies I ever seen. "Indecent Proposal". Married coupe Diana (Demi Moore) and David Murphy (Woody Harrelson) go to Vegas to win money so they can get out of debt (how smart). Soon, they bump into a millionaire John Gage (Robert Redford) who offers them 1$ Million if he could spend the night with Diana. I guess after getting the synopsis, you can guess the movie's biggest issue. This proposal is not only indecent, it's illegal. This deal is straight out prostitution. Either prostitution was legal in Nevada at one time or the screenwriter is just really stupid. Legal reasons aside, this is just straight out wrong. Here are two people who claim to love each other and have unbreakable trust, yet they have the brain cells and lack of thought to even consider this "offer". Then again, everyone in this movie is either incredibly stupid, childish or just a psychopath. Diana is probably the most despicable person in this entire movie right next to David's lawyer. Throughout the entire movie, she claims to not like this rich guy and just want to have sex with him just for the money. Then she is with him at parties and charities toward the end of the movie. She could give Bella a run for her money as one of the worst human beings ever. As for David, he does literally nothing to get his wife back. All he does all day is act like a cry baby and feels sorry for himself. I swear, throughout most of the 2nd half of the film he just walks around and mopes. It really also doesn't help that Woody Harrelson doesn't do that great a job emoting anger or real sadness. It's almost like he's playing against the script or something. John Gage is another coldhearted idiot in this movie. Yeah, he's despicable but besides that we are never given a reason why. He's just a jerk and we're supposed to accept it. I guess I'll assume he's a sociopath so that means him and Diana would be perfect together. The acting is overall is bad, but not at the fault of the actors. It's mainly the material they are given. The Script is so mean spirited and so misinformed that I wish I could personally give the Razzie trophy to screenwriter Amy Holden Jones. It's like watching a PSA about Drugs but the people behind it have no idea what they're talking about. I haven't watched many Demi Moore films, but I am sure she could a whole lot better in other films. Robert Redford holds up okay, but still it's hard to like him when he plays nothing but a jerk throughout the entire movie. I have already said my piece on Harrelson, he obviously has no idea what he's doing in this movie and I feel sorry that he had to be in here. Guys, this movie is a disgusting, amoral and stupid waste of film. Just because you have two big stars in your movie, doesn't mean your movie should exist. I see no other reason why "Indecent Proposal" got a theatrical release and the script got green lighted. The acting is off, the writing is a joke and most importantly the characters are heartless and childish monsters. I think I just found the evil twin to "The Lonely Lady". Yes, it's that bad!
Lafe F (ag) wrote: A logical and just as worthy sequel in the Stepfather series. Terry O'Quinn is back as the menacing family-killing stepfather figure. This time around, he has a stepson (Jonathan Brandis of Neverending Story 2 fame!) The wedding reception end battle is great.
Tony S (jp) wrote: 3rd in the series. not the best of the four films in thevseries but still the best in the subject matter.
Lewis E (ru) wrote: 'Watership Down' is a unique and welcomed animated experience due to its complex nature of being endearing and poetic as well as sombre in regards to its violent depiction of wildlife. Sometimes parts are told too swiftly, leaving audiences slightly lost as to the introduction and closure of certain elements; however as a whole it is beautifully told with animation, dialogue and the soundtrack combining fluently. Despite the darker edge and clear adult social themes, it remains a tale which is primarily meant for children, perhaps explaining why I could not relish in full appreciation of it. Still, similar to other poignant classics such as 'Animal Farm', it may just be one of those movies that you shouldn't go through life without seeing.
Dave J (fr) wrote: Third Harry Palmer film adapted from the Len Deighton novel which has him working independently as a private eye before unknowingly involving himself into espionage and forcing him to come back into MI6 again. It's called Billion Dollar Brain because it involves computers that costs a billion dollars hence the title.
Zoran S (au) wrote: The new dvd of Anthony Mann's great masterpiece The Black Book aka Reign of Terror (1949) is a vast improvement over the shoddy public domain editions available. If you haven't seen the film, it's sublimely shot by the great cinematographer John Alton and is an eccentric crime/ film noir set during Robespierre's reign of terror. Very original and highly recommended.
Les E (br) wrote: Boring. Just a list of historical events that a family had to endure in the first 35 years of the last century. Each event was so fleeting that it was difficult to feel any real impact.
Anthony Z (kr) wrote: looks just a take on the texas chainsaw massacre franchise..... could've been really good if it was made better. could probably make a franchise out of Daniel. not bad....