Taxi to the Dark Side exposes the haunting details of the USA's torture and interrogation practices during the War in Afghanistan by focusing on the killing of an Afghan taxi driver named Dilawar, beaten to death by American soldiers while being held in extrajudicial detention. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Taxi to the Dark Side
An in-depth look at the torture practices of the United States in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, focusing on an innocent taxi driver in Afghanistan who was tortured and killed in 2002
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Mark S (ca) wrote: Groundbreaking and thought provoking. Unlike anything else I've seen. It works on many levels in unexpected ways. Plus, very entertaining and funny in a sardonic way. Great performances by Krause and Woodbridge.
Tyler H (nl) wrote: So slow and boring, I couldn't make it through the whole thing.
Yash B (au) wrote: It wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either. Still it's very sweet and down to earth move that you should watch with your sibling(s). It's a feel good movie that I really enjoyed when I was younger and can still sit through and enjoy today.
Freeman M (es) wrote: Everyone involved here (the director, the writer, the cast) seems to have been tripping on acid during the making of this. Oddly, it's what's both stupid and slightly appealing about the movie.
Niko L (us) wrote: best biker movie ever... this is our lifestyle !!!
Phillie E (au) wrote: The subject isn't as taboo nowadays, but you get some great, powerful performances from Hoffman and Streep.
Matt L (us) wrote: Kinda edgy for a movie from 1958
John A (kr) wrote: Fun Cop Movie Starring The Duke. This Film May Be A Cheap Imitation Of Clint Eastwood's Coogan's Bluff, But Delivers On The Entertainment Level. This UK Set Thriller See's Irish-American Cop Jim Brannigan (Wayne), Come To London To Catch Criminal Ben Larkin (John Vernon). When Larkin Is Kidnapped It's Up To Brannigan To Team Up With Cmdr. Sir Charles Swann Of Scotland Yard (Richard Attenborough) To Solve The Case. A Delightfully Entertaining Offbeat John Wayne Viechle, Which Pits American Tactics Against British Tactics In This Gritty Crime Drama Highlighted With Some Clever Dialogue & Some Of Pretty Decent Action Sequences Filmed In London.
Andrew M (de) wrote: Considering just how odd the premise of the film sounds on paper, Warm Bodies turns out surprisingly great. What could have been an equally emotionally cold Twilight lookalike with zombies substituted for vampires instead feels like a John Hughes script with zombies substituted in. Writer/director Jonathan Levine adapts Isaac Morton's young adult novel with the same kind of emotional impact of his past works, and it results in a quirky film with a lot of heart and plenty of chuckle-inducing comedy. With the rules of this world set up in the film's opening, we follow along and enter the mindset of R, one particular zombie amidst thousands of others.The decision to tell such a tale from the point-of-view of a dead corpse risen back to life, primarily through voiceover narration, is a pretty daunting one, but Nicholas Hoult infuses so much charm into his character and makes him an absolutely loveable protagonist. Working alongside Hoult is Teresa Palmer, who is as absolutely charming and adorable as she always is. Together, Hoult and Palmer share delightful chemistry, and watching their relationship unfold is absolutely charming, even if it sometimes rides the line of falling into familiar tropes of the genre. Rob Corddry is the other highlight as a fellow zombie and comedic relief: he and Hoult share some rather funny moments together. If there's one thing to complain about, the visual effects of the Bonies, a specific type of undead with more ravenous tendencies, are a bit underwhelming, but that's about it.If you're looking for a unique romance film with a lot of heart, look no further. Hoult and Palmer's chemistry and a relentless sense of heart and charm makes Warm Bodies another bright spot on Jonathan Levine's career trajectory.
Andrey B (fr) wrote: A true masterpiece. This film easily could be named the best British picture of the XX century. Extraordinary in execution it is very entertaining too. It has everything a perfect thriller\noir should have. Its awesome cinematography executed in expressionistic style is just fascinating. A rare gem that is worth watching many times.