Standing Army

Standing Army

Standing Army, directed by Enrico Parenti and Thomas Fazi, is an award-winning documentary film about the global network of U.S. military bases, the impact that these have on local populations, and the military-industrial complex that lies behind it.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:75 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:usa,   military,   politics,  

Over the course of the last century, the US has silently encircled the world with a web of military bases unlike any other in history. No continent is spared.They have shaped the lives of millions, yet remain a mystery to most. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sheryl S (mx) wrote: Unbelievable what this guy did. Treason. Folks to find the bad guys you need computers programmed to search through millions and millions of data. Only then are the details looked at by humans. Think of it this way, its like google search. When your shopping for an item and do a search ---- do you personally look at all the thousands of items, no way, not humanly possible. You only look at the top ones that most meet the criteria. Clearly Snowden did not understand how data is researched. Yes there has been corruption and abuse of data, i.e. A recent administration targeting conservatives using the data to call bogus tax audits, but the correct use of the data is beneficial to all of us. Had this research been properly executed prior to 9/11, it may never have happened. Now Snowden has exposed top secret agents and other government employees to potential harm. I believe in WWII this was called high treason.

MacKenie S (kr) wrote: Personally, I felt that this movie could have done much better. I myself have read the entire trilogy, and was a little disappointed when it came to the film adaptation. Even though they did not stick with the original storyline and changed a few things up, the movie was well thought out, with amazing actors, a good storyline, and beautiful effects.

Dann M (it) wrote: It's a brazzle dazzle day with Disney's lighthearted musical comedy Pete's Dragon. Starring Helen Reddy, Jim Dale, Mickey Rooney, Red Buttons, and Shelley Winters, the film features an all-star cast. The story follows a runaway orphan named Pete who tries to make a new home for himself and his magic dragon in the small fishing town of Passamaquoddy. The musical numbers are incredibly fun and well-choreographed. And, the comedy is good natured; with lots of amusing slapstick. An underappreciated classic, Pete's Dragon is a delightful family film that's uplifting and full of laughs.

Liam C (ag) wrote: While the reveal may feel forced, The Canal's first 75 minutes remind me of Kubrick's "Shining". The slow burn, beautifully shot, great acting, and terrifying build up makes The Canal a must see.

Andrew M (es) wrote: As fun and harmless as it is, Premium Rush offers little more than some smoothly directed bike stunts and two fun performances in the form of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Michael Shannon.

Rob L (br) wrote: Trippy, well filmed, awesome

Alan H (de) wrote: Thought it was pretty darn funny.

Raffielo M (kr) wrote: This film makes me laugh every time...The favorite of the 3 Semi-Biographical Plays adapted to film Comedies which constitute Simon's "Eugene Trilogy."

Kali H (ca) wrote: "A little ice, a little icenberg"

Jason F (kr) wrote: Another winner from DC! I loved how the focus was mostly on the Suicide Squad with Batman as an almost supporting character. I loved Troy Baker as the Joker, and the dialogue is funny and great. The only problem I have is that during action scenes the audio goes from 10 to 100 and it causes me to have to adjust the volume down instead of focusing on the scene itself. But, that could just be that I have it on Blu-ray. Aside from that, the movie is outstanding. Another feather in the cap for Warner Brothers.

Matthew K (mx) wrote: There's never a dull moment. 10 Cloverfield Lane is suspenseful, creepy, and keeps you questioning.