From the front-lines of conflicts in Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, Palestine, Korea, 'the North' from Seattle to Genova, and the 'War on Terror' in New York, Afghanistan, and Iraq. It is the story of men and women around the world who resist being annihilated in this war. While our airwaves are crowded with talk of a new world war, narrated by generals and filmed from the noses of bombs, the human story of this global conflict remains untold. "The Fourth World War" brings together the images and voices of the war on the ground. It is a story of a war without end and of those who resist. The product of over two years of filming on the inside of movements on five continents, "The Fourth World War" is a film that would have been unimaginable at any other moment in history. Directed by the makers of "This Is What Democracy Looks Like" and "Zapatista", produced through a global network of independent media and activist groups, it is a truly global film from our global movement.
Marcus M (mx) wrote: Takashi Miike directs a Pheonix Wright movie ??!?? It follows the plots exactly from 2 cases from the Pheonix Wright games. So if you have played the games , you know how the film is going to turn out. That said, it's a decent adaptation full of barmy characters and of course lots of pointing fingers.
Gian Matteo V (br) wrote: It's painful to watch a horror movie this bad...
David K (jp) wrote: FUCKK ALL YOU DUMBASS HATERS JAJAJAJAA
Ben C (ca) wrote: tits tits tits tits tits and crappy slasher
Matt B (nl) wrote: I nearly hated Knight & Day. This is a film that relies on the Mr. and Mrs. Smith concept that it's OK if a story is terrible. All that matters is the chemistry of the leads! ...... No. I highly disagree with that. Yes, Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz work well together, but the plot of Knight & Day is stupid to a fault.
Owen P (ag) wrote: FIVE STAR PLUS!!!! THIS IS THE BEST FREAKING ANIME FILM I'VE EVER SEEN!!!!!
Megan P (ca) wrote: Definitely a lot darker and bloodier than the series. Story-wise I would say it's a lot stronger too, the series gets REALLY contradictory towards the end. The motivations in the movie just made a lot more sense. Plus it was prettier. Plus no stupid love triangle.
Joseph S (nl) wrote: this looks pretty cool
Chad F (de) wrote: Bad. Even seeing the kid from Blank Check kill people does not make it worthwhile. Not even close. The best part of the movie is Josie Bissett (from Melrose Place) being hot and telling him he's a good kisser. That's weak. This movie is weak.
Shaun B (ag) wrote: Typical early 80s slasher, only good components are having Michael Ironside (the bad guy in "Scanners") playing an unhinged psycho who reminds me a lot of Michael Myers in terms of his insistence on killing who he wants to kill...and it takes place mostly in a hospital setting. Other than that it is full of the usual gaping plot holes, mediocre to bad acting, and cliched missteps in logic along with a derivative ending. Watch Halloween II instead.
MarcAndr M (es) wrote: Excellent drame, acteurs, realisation, scnario. En effet le 16 ans et plus est justifi.
Jenna G (jp) wrote: Tony Randall and Jayne Mansfield are just hilarious.
Jim A (it) wrote: This British animated feature is not the definitive adaptation of George Orwell's novel and feels the need to tack on a pointless happy ending that undermined Orwell's message but for the most part this is a faithful adaptation that maintains its chilling message on the totalitarian methods of the left
Dylan D (jp) wrote: We Are Marshall is perhaps the best of the recent influx of inspirational football films, though they are all very, very good in their own right. It pulls at the heartstrings and doesn't let go until well after the credits roll. This powerful true story is a must-see for anyone facing difficulties in their lives. It's sure to inspire and drive viewers to embrace challenges and tragedy and turn them into something positive.
Stumblemoss304 (br) wrote: The ideas for the movie was good the screenplay wasn't.