The Inconvenient Truth Behind Waiting for Superman
The Inconvenient Truth Behind Waiting For “Superman” highlights the real-life experiences of public school parents, students and educators to show how these so-called reforms are actually hurting public education. The film discusses the kinds of real reform – inside schools and in our society as a whole – that we urgently need to genuinely transform education in this country.
- Stars:Brian Jones,
- Director:Mollie Bruhn, Julie Cavanaugh, Lisa Donlan, Norm Scott, Darren Marelli,
- Writer:Mollie Bruhn, Julie Cavanaugh, Lisa Donlan, Darren Marelli, Norm Scott
A group of New York City public school teachers and parents wrote and produced this documentary in response to Davis Guggenheim's highly misleading film, 'Waiting for Superman.' 'The ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: Its not a perfect action thriller, but holy shit is it a great one following the footsteps of those Luc Besson movies we love & Taken.
(es) wrote: This is Entertainment, people. Capital E for a reason! I couldn't stop laughing and I was on the verge of tears. More movies like this one, please.
(ca) wrote: This movie was so refreshing, it was original, and it was different then all of the rest. This movie is a must see for horror fans, so if you have never heard of this movie go rent it and watch it today!
(de) wrote: The music is inspirational with the beats every bit of it contagious but the documentary film-making was dull and ineffective. This is the case where the music and soundtrack spoke through the screen but leaves little for the visuals and storytelling.
(mx) wrote: Guilty pleasure for me and had it not been for Hudson and McConaughey's magnificent chemistry, How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days would have been a complete bomb.
(br) wrote: Alicia Silverstone and Benicio Del Torro. What a ridiculously odd pairing!
(es) wrote: Omg I suffered through this movie. This was terrible.
(es) wrote: It is not the funniest comedy out there, but I did enjoy this movie. I'm a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes stories, and I think the spoof that Holmes was only a drunken actor while Watson was the real genius was very clever and funny! Besides, two of my favorite actors were in this movie, so this was fun to watch.
(ca) wrote: very cheesey but sort of interesting watching Ray Milland go crazy.
(nl) wrote: So we've had basic plot idea number one: family killed, take revenge. This sequel goes with basic plot number two: given quest by ruler to find something, but its a trick...yes I just blew a huge spoiler so sue me.Yep, the rather devious and clearly untrustworthy Queen Taramis asks Conan to go off and find a sacred object so she can awaken a God, hmmm I smell something fishy. So Conan agrees because the evil Queen says she will resurrect his lover from the first film Valeria if he succeeds, oh come on Conan don't be dumb! Did I mention this was all a big trick by the naughty Queen?The main draw here is the cast really, Arnie's team are a much more interesting group this time with the insane Grace Jones, annoyingly crap acting of Tracy Walter, Mako back as the obligatory team wizard, d'Abo as the young virginal Princess and ex basketball star Wilt Chamberlain, a very colourful bunch. They are all up against the gorgeous and stunning Sarah Douglas who as usual is doing what she does best, being a sexy evil villainous bitch, oh my!The main problem with this sequel despite its better looks, fancy titles, a bigger Arnie and overall slightly sexier production values, is the fact it was watered down. The film aims for more comedy, slapstick and visual buffoonery over blood n violence, nothing wrong with this I guess but for me its a thumbs down. The first film was more adult and gave the film a grittier nastier feel, this just feels like a kids adventure at times. Even with Basil Poledouris booming musical score (first films sounded like 'Total Recall', this sounds like its been extracted from 'Robocop') it doesn't make much difference.I must admit to enjoying these films much more when I was but a mere sprogling. The fact its Arnie in the main role as Conan saves the film from doom in my opinion as there isn't too much more on offer. There isn't much action of note, not much blood, set pieces are drab and the adventure a bit dull, the only thing to lift you is the nice monster sequence at the end (head looks a bit like the Brundlefly creature from the Cronenberg film). That and Sarah Douglas being all sexy n evil (oh my Queen!), for me these films haven't aged so well and I still prefer 'Beastmaster'.
(ag) wrote: What the hell?? Sounds like an older version of "The Skeleton Key"