The Future of Food
Before compiling your next grocery list, you might want to watch filmmaker Deborah Koons Garcia's eye-opening documentary, which sheds light on a shadowy relationship between agriculture, big business and government. By examining the effects of biotechnology on the nation's smallest farmers, the film reveals the unappetizing truth about genetically modified foods: You could unknowingly be serving them for dinner.
- Stars:Charles Benbrook, Grace Booth, George W. Bush, Ignacio Chapela, Exequiel Ezcurra, Louise Gale, Dave Henson, Andrew Kimbrell, Fred Kirschenmann, Marc Loiselle, Paul Muller, Rodney Nelson, Darrin Qualman, Dan Quayle, Judith Redmond,
- Director:Deborah Koons,
- Writer:Deborah Koons
THE FUTURE OF FOOD offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbing truth behind the unlabeled, patented, genetically engineered foods that have quietly filled grocery store shelves for the past decade. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Future of Food torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: The information is very important and interesting. At times the presentation seems quite biased. And at times they seem to be unable to decide if this is a problem of corporate greed or nefarious governments. But all in all I liked their case.
(fr) wrote: A complete and utter pile of pig spunk, Even the legend that is Mickey Rourke is wank in it.
(us) wrote: A very moving, emotional film about the very true story of the forced deportation of well over 100 thousand children to Australia from Britain that does not descend into melodrama. Very well acted, especially by Watson, Weaving and Wenham. Lisa Gerrard's score is beautiful.
(it) wrote: Trope-laden, predictable Hollywood fare. This movie didn't need to be made. The only thing that made it watchable was the production values. I guess it is a father/son relationship movie. Just totally uninteresting. Maybe it would have been better in 3D, since I guess that was also a main attraction, but I doubt it.
(es) wrote: Yet another token formula gay movie, got n R rathing in australia cause of all the male bits flying around. Weak story, bad actors and acting. Weak Weak.. one big cliche' LOL
(br) wrote: This is an amazing movie. All the songs are awesome. This site is wrong about a 66 percent. I would say 100 percent.
(fr) wrote: The best gangster movie ever, life is you got to do what you got to to to protect your own.....
(ru) wrote: Where is my Zugor at? 'I'm an elephant. I've got twenty twenty hearing.'
(ca) wrote: Great opening premise, bad execution.
(de) wrote: i loved this movie and Julia roberts and richard gere need to do alot more movies together.
(ag) wrote: Fun and heartwarming comedy is worth your while. 7.2/10
(gb) wrote: Grade:High 7/10Copland is a slowly paced story that although may lack the massivethrills some other films promise, you still get a smartly written storyintertwined with some vicious characters and a small town Cop that justwant's some justice and respect in his community. The story as I say is smartly done and can be very much enjoyed(I meanthat in the way that it is interesting more than fun). Stallone'scharacter seems composed and I felt he knew what he was doing even whenthe cards are against him it seemed, but yes all round the story isgood and I think this film is underrated as I have seen some say it isjust Stallone walking around a lot, it it much more than that.The Director James Mangold well to say this his first punt at directingit goes down very well and expectant things were thought of him, nowwhether not he ever did do better it doesn't matter because this filmis a solid kind of good film. I particularly liked the script aswithout it the film would have crashed, thoroughly written well andseemed to match each character perfectly which I guess goes to who evercast such actors.Stallone and Keitel are the stars in truth of this and they performwell throughout the entire film, now with Keitel it is maybe known forhim to do such things but Stallone is playing in a slightly subduedrole from some of his others and we really see the range of which hecan act and that he doesn't require violence in every film he's in. Amention to one of the best that is Robert De Niro who plays hischaracter with mystery and intrigue who knows something is wrong beforewe seem to know.It is not without it's criticisms as it can seem to lack revelations,you know what the deal of the film is and who is bad and good withinthe first quarter of the film, but we don't get shocks and I felt therewas space for such things. I also will say that although it isthrilling, the thrill side is more Drama than action and well I saythis to anyone who wants' to see it, don't expect loads of action fromthis.The most memorable thing about this film to be fair is Stallone'sperformance in a light role but also I thought a lot about the mysterysurrounding it not finding out who is bad but the mystery of saying toyourself "how will it all end", you won't predict it all because justas you think the film is ending it throws a curveball and put's you offcourse, just watch it and you will definitely see what I mean by that.So overall a good film and moving upwards towards being very goodrather than falling to being just pretty good, I recommended this forany person who enjoys a good police drama with just a little actiondabbled in. People expect too much of Stallone action wise well don't Imean as I say he is subdued and is basically in invisible chains inthis from breaking free and killing Keitel's character right where hestood.I give this a high 7/10, that overall give's it a Solidly Good film rating andmoving towards being very good indeed as well, I suggest renting it orwhatever you can do to see this, but have a look and see and I feel youwill enjoy it, well maybe.
(ca) wrote: Ron Fricke's Baraka is the most visually breathtaking documentary film I've ever seen, and works like a non conventionally structured poem with a deep philosophical message about humanity.
(kr) wrote: It's got nothing on the first one, but Peter Weller still shines, and it serves up some great action and B-movie pulp. Plus, it was co-written by Frank Miller, so it naturally has a bit of a comic book feel to it, which works (mostly) in the picture's favor.
(mx) wrote: Maybe not as memorable or colourful as Gordon's previous Lovecraft adaptation Re-Animator, but it still boasts fun performances and incredible (and admittedly charmingly corny) practical effects. It's definitely not for everyone, but fans of schlocky horror will love it.
(de) wrote: The scope of the film is impressive, not only does it cover a rather complex period in history but it also examines the way radical ideology can move from activism to revolution and then completely fall apart. Weaving in interviews with people who actually knew Reed and others in the American Communist Party into the narrative was a stroke of genius.
(es) wrote: I don't know how I felt with this movie, I really liked it, the way the camera captures the life of the people in Stromboli is wonderful. Ingrid Bergman's performance is so good that you don't know if you love her and understand her or if you hate her and want to kill her. Rossellini's films never disappoint and this one doesn't either, he's one of the greatest directors that can mix reality and fiction and in Stromboli there's one of the most famous scenes in film history, Bergman walking by the active volcano, is a classic!