Throughout history, criminal elements inside governments have carried out terror attacks against their own populations as a pretext to enslave them. TerrorStorm reveals how, in the last ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
TerrorStorm: A History of Government-Sponsored Terrorism
Jones covers what he believes are terrorist attacks induced by governments throughout history, most particularly the 7 July 2005 London bombings.
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Cam D (au) wrote: Movie was ok, but lacked continuity. In One scene the bank robber shoots all of his bullets and then all of a sudden he has bullets to shoot. How? Where did he get the bullets? In another scene the woman cocks the shotgun three times without shooting it once. Why does she keep cocking the shotgun?Also, she had one chance to escape when she was in the car for at least five seconds alone with the engine running. Why didn't she escape.SPOILER ALERTThe last thing. Why is it okay to keep the stolen money when she already received a reward? Morally wrong.
Jason J (jp) wrote: Longer in running time with more character development, the 4th One Piece epic is certainly the best I've seen so far in the franchise. The animation is very well done as it always is, the villains and secondary characters are interesting such as the Pirate Bounty Hunter Shuraiya and the action is exciting along with the typical One Piece humour which balances out the overall storyline very nicely. Luffy gets to meet a worthy and very powerful opponent that tests him to the limit in a spellbinding finale. An absolute joy to watch.
David F (jp) wrote: I loved this film from beginning to end. Aaron Eckhart and Helena Bonham Carter's chemistry together onscreen is simply fascinating.
Mohammed A (au) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Janette D (es) wrote: For the time period, it was brilliant, but it hasn't aged well, especially with the existence of the much superior musical production.
Scott C (kr) wrote: I found this a bore.
intuciic (us) wrote: really good movie! church underground with secrets was really interesting!
August C (it) wrote: A boring, poorly animated and written addition to the Superman animated library. skip it.
Walter M (kr) wrote: In 1982, Roberto Torres(Dougray Scott) returns to his native Madrid to research a book about Josemaria Escriva(Charlie Cox). Luckily for Roberto, his father Manolo(Wes Bentley) still lives in the city. Unluckily for Roberto, they have not spoken in eight years. Regardless, Manolo sends him whatever relevant material he has, as he and Roberto were friends when they were growing up, even studying in the same seminary at one point. Once upon a time, writer-director Roland Joffe had a flair for historical epics when he made sweeping and excellent timeless films such as "The Mission" and "The Killing Fields." Sadly, that was a long time ago and with the exception of neat cinematography(credit to Gabriel Beristain), especially with Manolo coming into focus in a mirror, there is not much to like in "There Be Dragons," as it serves mostly as just a banal distortion of history. For example, in reality, the Catholic Church was on the side of the Nationalists in the Spanish Civil War, so at least they were not totally persecuted as shown here.(For the record, if somebody is too good to be true, they most likely are.) That's not to mention a dueling lumbering narrative that does little to advance the movie's central themes of forgiveness. Remember, some times you do have to take a side.
Brendan R (au) wrote: Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things is a classic grindhouse zombie movie that epitomizes the best of bad movie making. The story follows a theater troupe that has, for some reason, agreed to follow their psychotic, power-mad director to a deserted graveyard island for some black magic hilarity. It's strange in a lot of ways, not least in the power dynamic of the characters, who put up with all manner of indignity from the director, who sports a robust Colonel Sanders mustache and goatee and wears white pants with multicolored vertical stripes. It's hard to tell whether we're seeing some remnants of 1970s culture, such as the moment when the young actress essentially agrees to sleep with the director, her boyfriend's protests aside, because he demanded it as part of her employment. Then there's a crazy lady, a sarcastic lady, and a couple of meatheads to add to the mix.Here's a breakdown of what puts the movie in the sweet spot between "bad" and bad:Acting: Bad - the amateur actors are either young, ham-handed, or both. The director's flamboyant air oscillates back and forth between mincing and menacing, though occasionally he hits both tones at the same time.Good - The scene chewing by all the actors gives the movie a heightened feel that really makes it work.Art Direction and Scenery: Bad - the found nature of much of the scenery, and the hilarious means by which the characters defend themselves from the dead, mark this film as particularly silly.Good - the graveyard scenes are really creepy once you get past the cardboard look of the gravestones.Meditative Camera Work: Bad - the camera is really lifeless in the film, often adding nothing to the scene, and showing the most barebones views of things. Many shots are far longer than they need to be.Good - the long shots actually build suspense in ways the poor actors and script are unable to do. Particularly effective is the scene when the group is waiting to see if the summoning of Satan worked.Writing: Bad - The writing in this film is bad, stilted and uninspiring. Good - Nope. The only thing to say good about the writing is that it doesn't get in the way of the zombies.SFX: Bad - The zombies and horror elements in the film are certainly silly, with a lot of buildup and not much to the horror aspect of the movie. They really embody the grindhouse feel.Good - The walking dead in this film are striking, a strong mix of types that show a facility for makeup effects and a large supply of fake blood.Overall, if you like grindhouse movies or bad zombie movies, you can't do much worse/better than Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things.