The Anatomy of a Great Deception
The Anatomy of a Great Deception is a quasi-political, spiritual documentary following businessman-turned-filmmaker, David Hooper as he deals with the emotions of his own investigation into the events of 9/11.
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Andrea O (jp) wrote: i dont like 50 cents movies but this one was awsome......Robert Dinero and Forest Whitaker???? good combo......the new Training Day
Ryan T (es) wrote: An over-the-top portrayal of the American electoral system and its pandering politicians. It managed to take politicians too far, and that's not easy to do.
Bente B (es) wrote: Norwegian movie about SCI people
Tonya E (br) wrote: Just about to watch this movie, looks good!
Katherine B (br) wrote: Both of these Glass House movies are fairly good. The second is as well done as the first.
Alfin N (jp) wrote: "Would you swear to it? There's a monk waiting in my office. Let's go see him.""Swear to what?""Swear to. Keep your promise, Mr.Chai. How could you forget?""Don't make me swear. I'm afraid of monks."
John P (nl) wrote: A lot of powerful material was stuffed in here but the film seemed to lose its way slightly in the middle. The extraordinary ending was very satisfying.
Fiona B (jp) wrote: A classic of my generation. Everyone had a copy of this in their VHS collection. Miss you, Robin.
Grayson W (kr) wrote: I had more fun with the characters of Duckie and the other female record shop clerk with the constantly changing fashion looks, than I did with the main characters. Molly Ringwalds relationship with the rich kid always felt a less believable. James spader makes for a good elitist highschooler though.
bill s (us) wrote: The funniest skit comedy ever.
Jelena S (fr) wrote: this movie is fantastic! if you like the 60s you'll love it!!
Reece C (es) wrote: i love this film the perfect amount of humour and thrills and a phenomenal cast one of the Coen brothers finest films.
Jim A (us) wrote: While this is a huge improvement over the dreadful Insurrection that preceded and its questions it asks of how you would have turned out if your life had a different path is indeed a fascinating one. Unfortunately like the last Next Generations movies its filled with too much confusing action sequences and the villain's motivations are all over the place and long stop making coherent sense. Overall while its not the worst its certainly far from the movie Star Trek the Next Generation should have gone out on
Anna B (kr) wrote: Simple, compelling, and disturbing. The only sour point for me is that there's no actual Cure songs on the soundtrack, just a shitty cover.