The Complete History of America (Abridged)

The Complete History of America (Abridged)


600 Years of History in 6000 Seconds… History Will Never Be The Same! From Washington to Watergate, yea verily from the Bering Straits to Baghdad, from New World to New World Order – The Complete History of America (abridged) is a ninety minute rollercoaster ride through the glorious quagmire that is American History, reminding us that it’s not the length of your history that matters – it’s what you’ve done with it! The three cultural guerillas of the Reduced Shakespeare Company tackle such controversial questions as: Who really discovered America? Why did Abe Lincoln free the slaves? How many Democrats does it take to screw in a lightbulb? History is normally written by the winners… now it’s the RSC’s turn. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Complete History of America (Abridged) torrent reviews

Jordan F (au) wrote: Could have been amazing. Was simply okay.

Sunny J (kr) wrote: Nice romantic movie, great acting of both (Priyanka and Shahid and superb songs! Love the song Ufff..!

FilmGrinder S (br) wrote: 76%"I cut her head off."-Melvin "Spider" (Michael Copon)Of Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Rob Zombie descent.

Matthew L (nl) wrote: A great tying up of the loose ends left hanging by the cancellation of the SG1 series, difficult for none followers of the series to follow and after 10 seasons the worst place for someone to jump on. All the major players a present and correct and appear to be having great fun.

Nitai A (au) wrote: It is a "ok" movie. Not a must see, but has some suspense. Rourke is ugly, but worthwhile to watch...

Sylvester E (gb) wrote: OMG...This film is HORRIBLE!!!!!!

Greg K (mx) wrote: It's nice to see Mischa Barton flourish but this puppy version of a bank robbery is hardly a psycho thriller. The screaming was much, but there's Mischa!

Chris B (nl) wrote: The quintessential romantic comedy. The 2 main characters being destined to be together but spending the majority of the film apart. The performances from the 2 main actors are so powerful that the majority of scenes are just the 2 of them. Some classic scenes and many memorable lines.

Michael P (us) wrote: The ideas are interesting, but the film tries to handle all seriously a script which has, when you get down to it, all the logic of a comedy. An added trouble is that the acting is downright horrible.

Ben R (br) wrote: A terrible movie all around, Kingdom of the Spiders is the epitome of what a horror film should not be, and yet it is somehow popular. Shatner gives this roll his all, but it just wasn't enough to save this film. The dialogue was not terrible; however there were no memorable lines, in the entire hour and half. The film has an adequate build up to the final overrunning of the town, showing that the public really does not know what to do in this situation. However the transition from only a few spiders in a dirt hill on a ranch to a billion of them attacking humans was too quick. We never really got to see the problem progress; the town was just suddenly under attack from spiders. It is because of this that scenes that the spiders suddenly appear where they need to be, like in the pesticide airplane seem unrealistic. Cinematography was alright. Nothing good or bad in the entire movie, it was just average the entire way through. The pace of the movie was up and down in spots where it did not need to be. Up until the group is trapped in the cabin the pace is fast, and then there will suddenly be a break in the action to address the sort of romance going on with Shatner. The main problem with this movie is that every character is so forgettable, except for Shatner. After watching this movie, I can't remember a single character's name. What I can remember is the ridiculous screams, bad acting and absolutely absurd panic scenes. The best example of this I can think of is when it quickly shows the towns overrun with spiders, and panic in the streets. People would get one spider on them, then scream the most clich horror movie scream and fall over dead, because apparently brushing the spider off and stepping on it is just not an option in the spiderpocalypse.

addie (ru) wrote: Extremely well done Noir with some great twists. Joan Fontaine's performance has a lot more depth then the typical Noir character (certainly skirt) and she does a great job.

Joel H (nl) wrote: shocking acting!!!!! terrible

Paul D (au) wrote: As well as insight into reporting in a hostile war zone, it gives up a good mix of humour and serious moments from an alien world for the very westernised journalists.