Based on her book of the same name, Naomi Wolf presents controversial evidence that America has begun a frightening descent into dictatorship and fascism. American democracy, as we know it, is under attack. By examining the chilling parallels between the current state of our nation and the ascent of dictators and fascism in other once-free societies, Wolf urges viewers to open their eyes to the horrors that lie ahead. From the increased use of paramilitary groups to the construction of secret prisons and the targeted suspension of the rule of law, the warning signs are all there for people to wake up and finally take notice.
The End of America details the ten steps a country takes when it slides toward fascism. It's not a "lefty"tot tome, rather a historical look at trends in once-functioning democracies from ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ayodele A (au) wrote: The critics sure got this wrong because a dog's purpose makes for an interesting watch. Sure, the entire message of the movie gets muddled up toward the end. However, it's well acted and the pacing feels just right. Not your usual family movie though, but it's funny, witty and will play with your emotions and get you thinking.." what's our purpose" and do dogs actually live multiple lives... 3.5/5 ...
Josas G (ru) wrote: La pelcula es mala de principio a fin
Jaineel A (fr) wrote: Amazing movie! Different perspective and a lot of hard hitting reality...I am pretty sure every one from Mumbai would love this movie but it would extend even people who were not directly affected by the blasts
Dominique D (ru) wrote: Correct comme film d'action. Bien meilleur que The Marine.
Lucio L (us) wrote: A pretty goofy independent comedy, this is a coming of age/ reconnecting with your heritage story. It is also a story about sacrifice, and love. The plot is good, if predictable, but the movie is quite funny and quite sad in the right places. The performances are great, Lung's as the lead and Panettiere (best know as Miles from lost and Claire from Heros to me) show they have range and can carry a movie. Worth a watch.
Donovan D (br) wrote: Awful and awfully exploitative Hindi film that attempted to push the boundaries with a horror story. There are times where the film does succeed, but these moments are few and far between. For the most part, the film is cliched beyond belief and is more an excuse to show off the fine physiques of the good looking cast, including an 'item number' at the beginning that has NOTHING TO DO WITH THE FILM. The cast try their best to make the most of the laughably bad dialogue, but come across as caricatures of horror movie characters rather than characters of distinction. In other words: Avoid yaar!
Nan L (kr) wrote: Hee-larious, but also gets corny in that Korean soap opera way (too many coincidences within the last half hour, sobbing older parent with a big secret, etc.). Very clever visual gags and mini-parodies, and the lead actress is a good comedienne.
Joshua L (us) wrote: Chestnut is a cool Bad Guy!!!
Tim W (nl) wrote: How it's possible this hilarious picture only gets a 42 is beyond reason. Williams and Norton are perfect foils for each other. Stewart actually acts. Too too funny
bill s (gb) wrote: Smart and funny is a very good way to describe this movie.
Jireh A (kr) wrote: This was banned in the 70's. But now, it is not as gruesome compare to latest gory movies like Hostel, Saw, and Human Centipede franchise.
Alex S (de) wrote: Brilliant sequel starring Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf (unfortunately).Although I agree that a sequel to Wall Street is unnecessary, I still enjoyed it.
Tom Z (fr) wrote: As far as I remember I liked it.