The Idiot Cycle investigates six major chemical companies not only responsible for decades of cancer causing chemicals, but who also profit from cancer treatments. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Idiot Cycle
The Idiot Cycle investigates six major chemical companies not only responsible for decades of cancer causing chemicals, but who also profit from cancer treatments.
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Keith R (it) wrote: Discovered this little gem on Netflix :)
Pam B (gb) wrote: Good but it doesn't half leave you angry.
Sagar N (it) wrote: Not bad..........it was ok....
Rodney E (au) wrote: Starting off decently with the boat tour, Rogue dives into a swampy mess of cliches and weak attempts at suspense that just didn't work for me. Some of the earlier crocodile shots on the aforementioned boat tour looked good (they might have been real) but once it turns into an non-plausible man vs. a super croc it was very weak cgi.
Maria B (nl) wrote: classic bollywood to me...
Kenny N (ag) wrote: This one didn't do anything for me. Of course there's the premise: necrophilia. But it's hard to feel anything for any of the characters because you're kept at arms length the entire time. (Which I suppose is for the best considering the subject matter.) But like the corpses Sandra does it with, you won't end up feeling anything.
Private U (it) wrote: Dancing pop stars in space! If that visual doesn't lose you immediately, the rest of the movie probably will.
Jaime W (br) wrote: The best superhero movie ever made thus far. Atmosphere. Mood. Darkness. Don't expect fun. Expect brains and daring. I mean, this movie even mentions (in one of Penguin's speeches) the Reichstag fire, and this was back in 1992 before the September 11 conspiracy theories taught many of us what that was all about. Heck, this was before the internet was around for us to google it. They tried to make the next Batman movie after this one more fun but it was empty and shallow (except for the always-awesome Jim Carrey as the Riddler). This one has depth. This movie is art. The follow-up is a billboard.I must admit, though, I like the first half better than the second. It all gets sorta loud and obnoxious, and the focus on mood and atmosphere gets overshadowed by endless and kind of bizarre action sequences. I have this problem with action/fight sequences in general. It's hard to top the ingenuity of early 80s Indiana Jones. I find more exciting action sequences that are non-traditional--for example, Joan Cusack's race to get the news segment tape to the machine in Broadcast News. Choreographed fight scenes often bore me to sleep.
Muhammad K (mx) wrote: Worst movie of Woody Allen .
Anthony L (gb) wrote: Hour of the Wolf deals with the haunting of creatives and artists and the effect it has on others. Indeed, the film has a very haunting quality about it too which Bergman has opened up to the audience in a way that only a master film maker can do. Max von Sydow plays the aloof painter well but it's Liv Ullmann as his suffering wife who really steals the show. Shot, like much of his work around this time, in the cold desolate coastline to great effect. Not my favourite Bergman film at all but a great horror film and a huge influence on the generation of film makers to come. I wonder if Rosemary's Baby was influenced by Hour of the Wolf?