The Big Sellout
The new hard-hitting documentary, The Big Sellout, challenges current economic orthodoxy in contending that the dogmatic claims of the international business establishment for neo-liberal development policies are not supported by modern economic science. More importantly, it dramatically demonstrates how the implementation of these policies is having disastrous consequences for millions of ordinary people around the globe.
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The Big Sellout torrent reviews
(es) wrote: A fun and funny throwback.
(mx) wrote: It's not a good movie to watch
(ru) wrote: 6.8/10Michelle Williams was very good in Wendy & Lucy with a truly heart wrenching performance of someone that might as well lost everything but doesn't give up. It was a tale of searching for that while trying to keep herself together as much as she could. Also the dog Lucy was very cute. Overall a very simple story led by a very strong performance by Williams. ~March 29, 2015~
(gb) wrote: Average western with Casper Van Dien. Some decent action sequences. Casper was trying to be so mean and tough but was not really convincing in this type of role.
(it) wrote: the movie contains a lot of analogies between concepts and objects such as the jellyfish was compared to the confined life of people. very low-key yet meticulously skillful film.
(es) wrote: Anyone with an interest in film should watch this. Scorsese provides intelligent and insightful comment on a few great Italian directors' work. Start here if you want some recommendations.
(au) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all-time. #classic
(ca) wrote: While the goofy-to-incomprehensible plot (something about devil-worshipping nuns who are crucified and return from the dead with the help of an archaeology student) would seem to promise, at the very least, a good old fashioned splatterfest from legendary gorehound Lucio Fulci, regrettably "Demonia" finds the maestro coasting on fumes. When Fulci brought his A-game to flicks like "The Beyond" and "City of the Living Dead", the stylish, atmospheric direction and bloody eviscerations made them seem like twisted fever dreams. The cheaply-produced "Demonia", on the other hand, features only an occasional smattering of Fulci's trademark creepy visual flourishes, while the perplexingly lazy plot unfolds at a meandering, choppy pace that's trying even for diehard fans of low-budget Italian horror. Of course, even the worst Fulci flicks usually offer up at least a few juicy highlights, but here the gory deaths (speargun, double impalement on spikes, a guy who inexplicably gets wishboned in half, and the piece de resistance, a lady who gets savaged to death by what looks like a squadron of taxidermied cat puppets) are pretty much the only reason to sit through what could otherwise have been a sleazy, bloody cult classic along the lines of "House by the Cemetary"... heck, even "New York Ripper" had more style than this.
(jp) wrote: "Putting the team on his or her back" is a recent pop-culture phrase most commonly associated with sporting events, however the idiom appears to perfectly characterize Robin Williams' performance in the picture. It is tough to take a serious issue like the Vietnam War and give it a comedic twist, yet Barry Levison is able to do that with his casting of Robin Williams as Adrian Cronauer. Williams made this film worth while with his whit and spontaneous comedic style. The most memorable part of the film for me is the first radio broadcast in which Cronauer (Robin Williams) captivates his new audience with his fresh and fast paced humor.
(br) wrote: The only thing I liked was the sets.
(mx) wrote: Not your typical alien flick.
(fr) wrote: I'm a born Trekky, what can I say! ???
(jp) wrote: Harry and Sally revisited 26 years later. This time around I realised exactly how much this film owes to Woody Allen.