The 9/11 Commission Report
Independent writer-director Leigh Slawner helms this chilling dramatization of the findings laid out in the best-selling 9/11 Commission Report, a document that sought to analyze the circumstances surrounding coordinated terrorist attacks against American civilians on Sept 11 2001.
- Stars:Rhett Giles, Marat Glazer, Griff Furst, Sarah Lieving, Jeff Denton, Eliza Swenson, Puraj Puri, A.J. Castro, Christina Rosenberg, Kim Little, Chriss Anglin, Amol Shah, Michael Tower, Jason S. Gray, Dean N. Arevalo,
- Director:Leigh Scott,
- Writer:Leigh Scott
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(fr) wrote: With stunning photorealistic CGI, entertaining Western action and plenty of laughs, the Oscar-winning Rango is not only a fun and enjoyable film but it's also the best animated film from Nickelodeon Movies in years while also proving that Gore Verbinski has an unexpected knack for animated films.
(au) wrote: One of the best Australian movies ever made in my opinion. Top performances all round.
(gb) wrote: The ability to detect lies is not a super power and it is not a curse. it is called a conscience, or reason. or maybe not, but its definitely not subject worth making a dumbass indie film about so go fuck this movie in its plastic case because i hate america. and movies. and its called "Dakota Skye". OKAY! either the name of a band that my sister listens to or a porno name or something. im done. i will never watch this movie.
(fr) wrote: I didn't expect an Estonian movie to be cheerful, but neither sooooo depressing. There is no plot, the characters swim in their own misery and sadness, everything is dark inside and outside, and all is left after watching this film is a bad after-taste.
(mx) wrote: It's schmaltz of the highest order, earned by heart, a message about community and the endearing presence of Jack Black and Mos Def.
(jp) wrote: You will never meet anyone who didn't like this movie.
(mx) wrote: I'm a huge fan of this series, so I'll be blunt. I hate this movie. I hate the English-Speaking Killer Tomatoes (Even FT can all of a sudden speak English), I hate the horrible fake French accents (It was ok for one joke, but not for the entire movie), and never laughed once during the movie. It's just not funny. The characters are also completely unlikable, and the bad guy's plans are just plain old stupid in this movie. It's best just to forget this movie was ever made.The only reason I even gave it the one star, was cause there were a couple chuckles during the opening credits, which got half-a-star, and the scene were we see a killer tomato, like the kind int eh first movie, ride a bike. That's the other half a star, cause those were my favorite of all the killer tomatoes.
(ru) wrote: Another underrated comedy from spoof master Mel Brooks; this time tackling Alfred Hitchcock's most memorable thrillers. While the jokes don't always land and the references can feel shoehorned in at times, it's still a loving tribute to Hitchcock and his films with some excellent comedic performances.
(ru) wrote: This could have been a smart psychological horror but instead feels sterile and pointless, missing the chance to explore the possibilities of its premise and the character's issues. Besides, it becomes repetitive after some time, even though John Cusack compensates with a strong performance.
(nl) wrote: I honestly don't think it was that bad of a film. I could have done without Val Kilmer's bland acting and bland script by Schumacher however. Jim Carey's Riddler was exciting and very fun to watch but Tommy Lee Jones' Two-face was too bright and had absolutely no origin. The portrayal also should have been darker. The conflict between Batman&Robin was a great storyline but it was too bright and corny. I wouldn't even rank it close to any of Nolan's takes.
(mx) wrote: With this 'Searching for Bobby Fischer' is over for me.I know Bobby Fischer a genius American chess player, in fact, after watching the 'Searching for Bobby Fischer', which is another biopic as this one. Other than that I know nothing about his life, so I'm very thankful for this film. From the director of many sensational flicks comes this to inspire you. Wait, did I say inspire, but I'm little confused over how this film to be considered. Bobby Fischer was a great player, but he had some mental issues. So you can compare him to John Nash from 'A Beautiful Mind', except they're from different fields, but very intelligents.This film was a little patriotic abut the American nation, especially defeating the Russians in the chess game. So I'm being neutral here. Bobby was the one to focus how he makes his life big with the game that requires a brain. The story began with short span of childhood and then soon skipped to adult Bobby Fischer competing in a biggest tournament in the world, a championship against the best. Nicely filmed with lots of exciting scenes, particularly Tobey Maguire as the main lead was brilliant. Liev Schreiber was another surprise with his frequent on and off role.Good film, but feels it is not complete, there should have more to it and like I said earlier, it has impacted, but not inspiring way which is why I'm doubting the screenplay. A man like him and a film about him should have nominated for several international awards, including the Golden Globe and the Oscars. Sadly, it failed at the box office, as well as to get recognised at the film festival circuits. Still, it got praised, looks not for the artistic work, but as the compensation. If you watch it, you will know there's something wrong, otherwise a film like this won't go unnoticed. I hope someone else makes another film about him in a grand way. Meanwhile, it is a good watch, but what do you expect from the Bobby Fischer like his game or personal issues will decide how much you liked it.7/10
(jp) wrote: I loved the Joyce Carol Oates short story this is based on, but every attempt to expand on it here fell flat. The newly added scenes and dialogue never reach the same level of authenticity as that original story, and at its worst moments, the interactions between the protagonist and her family are just plain cheesy. It felt like I was watching a Hallmark movie gone horribly wrong. "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been" gets its message across without being so preachy. The climactic scene (taken almost word-for-word from the original story) is very well-done, with great acting from Treat Williams who manages to seem creepy and charismatic at the same time. Clearly, this should have been a short film...just without the tacked-on "happy ending" that is so contrived it ruins the previous scene I was just praising.