The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter

The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter

Documentary about women's experiences of labour, in factories, mines and dockyards, in the USA during the second World War and how it affected their work and career aspirations once they were encouraged to give up such employment in peacetime.

Documentary about women's experiences of labour, in factories, mines and dockyards, in the USA during the second World War and how it affected their work and career aspirations once they were encouraged to give up such employment in peacetime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter torrent reviews

Shantel D (ca) wrote: This was kind of a weird story, but a decent watch. I really like the Culkin boys, so I thought Rory was great in this. I'm not sure of the rewatch value, but once is not time wasted.

Emma H (fr) wrote: This is the first zombie movie I sat though out beening jumpy

Chris W (de) wrote: It's Woody, so of course

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Ken S (jp) wrote: Sam Fuller has a soft-ish side, who knew?Also the bathtub scene, almost as homo-erotic as Spartacus (almost).

Don S (jp) wrote: A cool way to rob a bank, and for a super cool reason! And you can't go wrong with the acting skills of Denzel Washington and Clive Owen! It's hard to believe this was directed by Spike Lee, it's so different from all the films I've seen of his, and he isn't in it!!! A definite step up for him! But, he did include one of his horrible filming "trademarks" around 1 hr. 27 min.. Ugh, it's such a bad touch! I was afraid we'd get another mystery basketball bouncing in the bank at the end of the film! Thankfully, he didn't do that, and he did give us a good bank robbery flick! I'd love to see Denzel and Clive in another film together!

Harry W (gb) wrote: Judge Dredd fails as a story that is an adaptation of the famous character from the source comic book 2000 AD and frankly could not have less to do with Judge Dredd himself.For one thing, Judge Dredd wants to be both a legitimate violent action flick and a parody of one, but director Danny Cannon fails to find the necessary balance to make it work. His direction turns the story too far in the wrong direction so much that it practically could not have less to do with Judge Dredd, and this is especially notable because his character has been changed so much that instead of being a judge, jury and executioner in a cool suit and helmet, he spends the film running around in a cheap knockoff suit of Demolition Man without his iconic helmet on for more than even 10 minutes, so the actual relevance it has to the titular character is too minimal to appease fans at all.There was no balance between themes in Judge Dredd and laid the comedic tones on too thick for its own good against the backdrop of a violent science fiction action story, with the single biggest mistake being casting moderately successful comedy film star Rob Schneider in a lead role.For some reason, the makers of Judge Dredd decided to put the crude and childish comedy actor in a leading role in a story about Judge Dredd which would actually just piss a bunch of people off, and it really did because his character is so unfunny and annoying, and since he gets the most lines in the film it's a tedious venture to sit through when you're stuck with more than an hour of annoying Rob Schneider attempting to play buddy cop with Sylvester Stallone and watching him fail at his attempts to deliver comedic one liners.Lastly, the script in Judge Dredd gives no assistance to the characters and leaves them to fend for themselves, except to Rob Schneider who played the worst character in the film. But it didn't let Judge Dredd be characterised or the audiences be challenged at all, or even interested in the crap writing before them. The script was nothing and wasn't even enough of nothing to stick out, so really it was just mediocre. And honestly, practically the whole film was.But I enjoyed it nevertheless, although I did want to see Sylvester Stallone in that signature helmet more of the time, but the primary source of enjoyment I got was the fact the Judge Dredd was a good legitimate violent action movie with qualit, well crafted action and a good level of violence. The visual effects in Judge Dredd are also very good, although they aren't taken advantage of in the story as much as they should have.But one of the real best things is the fact that the setting for the film is great, it's very convincing in its atmosphere and its shot on many good locations to cement the setting into the brain of the viewer, and it's good to behold.Judge Dredd is also shot well with great cinematography, and the quality of the sound effects are great and have a good mix of realistic action and science fiction fun as the themes played out, and the characters' costumes are great and rich with a comic book style colour to theme of the film so the tone is never left dry to the viewer.Although many critics, fans and the judges of the Golden Raspberry awards would disagree with me, Sylvester Stallone is perfect for the role in Judge Dredd. See, one of the key themes from the comic 2000 AD is the use of satirical elements in his characterisation, and the role he plays in Judge Dredd essentially seems to be a satire on his career of playing hollow action stars like Marion "Cobra" Cobretti and Ray Tango in Cobra and Tango and Cash respectively. Here in Judge Dredd, he essentially satirises his career and plays a hollow, loud and tough action man whose famous line "I am the law" is all too memorable for the way it mixes in with Sylvester Stallone's iconic voice and tough guy persona all too well, so the violent hollow tough guy that is Judge Dredd is portrayed perfectly by Sylvester Stallone and makes use of a satirical edge, and definitely overshadows the Christian Bale knock off performance that Karl Urban gave in the awful 2012 film Dredd.Max Von Sydow was also great, because as a memorable figure in science fiction history due to his role in the 1980 classic Flash Gordon, putting him in Judge Dredd helped to boost the sophistication of the cast and his role as leading figure Judge Fargo was played very well and was a positive addition to the atmosphere and functioning of the story.Diane Lane was also good in her brief performance, as was Armand Assante in a performance so excessively over the top that its hilarious, especially in that moment where for a reason that viewers having been attempting to comprehend since 1995, out of nowhere he shouts "Raaaaawwwwrrr!?!?" and the audience is left laughing. He was a good villain.So Judge Dredd doesn't have much to do with the titular character at all, but as a standalone science fiction action story I found that it was ok.

Allee F (gb) wrote: I love the charm and humor (especially listen to Hugh Grant's mumbling).

Matt S (fr) wrote: Star Trek V is one of those films that must be seen. It is a mystery to me at times. This film has ideas that aren't always explored to their fullest but you can see what they were trying to do with it. William Shatner Co-wrote and directed this one which is doubly puzzling. I guess seeing as Leonard Nimoy directed the previous two Paramount thought Shatner could have a go at directing. The religious aspects of this movie aren't done as well as they could have been, seeing how Star Trek has a particular stance on religion as it is. Under the firection of anyone else, I am sure this could have been on par with Star Trek II, instead it is just watchable at best. There are some good comedic bits which save this movie for me.

Bill B (mx) wrote: I really enjoyed this one even though I was under the impression that I had seen it before, and that was most certainly not the case, as I figure I would recall a young girl exclaiming "Some oriental guy touched my Holy of Holies!"Bronson plays a (fairly racist) tough guy cop and it's fun to watch him dish out violence and torment a pimp, so I'd definitely suggest this one for a lazy afternoon and a few drinks.Give that mother a spin!

Timo E (ca) wrote: Bring on the hate! As someone who grew up playing the games, this film pretty accurately captured their ethos. I absolutely loved all the little nods to the games (the sheep, the merlock, etc.) and seeing all the key characters of the franchise making cameos made me inner teen smile. If you're a fan of the games, definitely worth a watch. If you're not... don't bother... you'll just be confused.