Taking Liberties Since 1997is a documentary film about the erosion of civil liberties in the United Kingdom and increase of surveillance under the government of Tony Blair. It was released in the UK on 8th June 2007. The director, Chris Atkins, said on 1 May that he wanted to expose "the Orwellian state" that now threatened Britain as a result of Mr Blair's policies.
- Stars:David Morrissey, Ashley Jensen, Riz Ahmed, Kate Allen, Ross Anderson, Chris Atkins, Moazzam Begg, Tony Benn, David Bermingham, Emma Bermingham, Ian Blair, Tony Blair, David Blunkett, Phil Booth, Brendan,
- Director:Chris Atkins,
- Writer:Chris Atkins
Taking Liberties Since 1997is a documentary film about the erosion of civil liberties in the United Kingdom and increase of surveillance under the government of Tony Blair. It was released in the UK on 8th June 2007. The director, Chris Atkins, said on 1 May that he wanted to expose "the Orwellian state" that now threatened Britain as a result of Mr Blair's policies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Taking Liberties torrent reviews
(it) wrote: ...' 1/4?~, ...? 1/4? 3/4 1/2
(us) wrote: la mujer terminator, le pas de todo y no tuvo heridas, una nueva superheroe nace aqu, hay un milln de pelculas pero los canales nacionales siempre buscan las peores
(kr) wrote: Very cute story. Some sad parts when some of the animals die.
(de) wrote: Pure cack. Giving Vinnie Jones a leading man role (with romantic attachment!) was a massive misfire. Add a terrible Lennox Lewis and a cameo from John Fashanu and it becomes a retirement home for sports figures. Samantha Mumba is good as usual, and Patrick Bergin's gleeful overacting just gives it half a star.
(br) wrote: Bizarre love story .
(de) wrote: good flic!!! <3 <3 <3 (TM)(TM)~~...
(br) wrote: Jason Williams first trip to the danger zone has undercover cop infiltrating a ruthless gang of bikers with ties to Mexican drug runners in the desert wasteland. Judging by events in the sequel involving the Reaper, those facing serious charges such as murder, kidnapping and forcible confinement may look to seek counsel from the law firm Friedman, Williams and Levitt (aka the writers of this film).
(de) wrote: A brilliantly acted, emotionally stirring portrait of a man who has let pressure, determination and the will to win take over and almost destroy his life. Powered largely by 2 stellar performances by Geoffrey Rush and Armin Mueller-Stahl, Shine takes us through development, ascent, descent and redemption without undue sentimentality or insulting the audience. Whether or not the film is historically accurate, which has been fervently debated, the story is still compelling and emotionally driven. Rush instils his character with heart, likeability and a fair amount of tragedy, while Mueller-Stahl gives us a man who is almost blinded by the desire to have his son succeed, to the point of frightening and even hurting his family, but doesn't do so out of maliciousness or cruelty, and has his share of genuinely heartfelt moments. The stirring soundtrack compliments the film beautifully, and the recurring motif of water emphasises our heroes feeling of floating through life with almost no anchor to secure him. A must-see for any lovers of music, classical or not.
(br) wrote: Classic 80s, i can not believe there is no rating on this film. EE is a really unrated actor, for some reason his bro gets all the glory, sheens fine, but really hes a bit part guy or tv sitcom guy, his movies have never really been that great there okay, ee, has had way better parts and better movies, just look for your self. Its a shame no one has seen this film, its a lost classic, maybe one day i will find her and watch it again, just like in the old days when people went to movie theatres where i saw it back in the day.
(ca) wrote: Slow first half, crazy second half. I feel strangely unsatisfied after finishing it...as ironic as that is.
(us) wrote: Honestly I was surprised by the acting by everyone in this movie. Very believable premise and well directed. A definite diamond in the rough.
(es) wrote: As a Jew, I wanted to believe with all of my heart that Yentl would be a good, beautiful, worthwhile film. What I did not count on was Barbara Streisand. How could I have been so blind? Maybe you won't need to be, I don;t know. I'm happy the singing is minimized at least.
(ru) wrote: Great 90s action. They don't make me this awesome anymore. Not close!! This is classic Van Damme Oh boy this kicks ass