The Light Bulb Conspiracy
Once upon a time... consumer goods were built to last. Then, in the 1920’s, a group of businessmen realized that the longer their product lasted, the less money they made, thus Planned Obsolescence was born, and manufacturers have been engineering products to fail ever since.
Combining investigative research and rare archive footage with analysis by those working on ways to save both the economy and the environment, this documentary charts the creation of ‘engineering to fail’, its rise to prominence and its recent fall from grace.
- Stars:Mike Anane, Michael Braungart, Steve Bunn, Nicols Fox, Mike Gurman, Helmut Höge, Richard Jones, Vitaliy Kiselev, Boris Knuf, Marcus Krajewski, Serge Latouche, Marcos López, Casey Neistat, Lynn Owens, Warner Philips,
- Director:Cosima Dannoritzer,
- Writer:Cosima Dannoritzer
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(mx) wrote: Very good movie, enjoyed thoroughly and loved the action and twists.
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(kr) wrote: Am I the only one who thinks that Barry Watson looks like Skeet Ulrich/Billy Loomis from Scream in this movie? I know that this movie has a generic, unoriginal storyline, and it wont have you wanting to see it five more times, but someone had to make a movie about it. And hey, at least it wasn't The Apparition. Bottom line is, I liked this movie! There I said it. ~
(it) wrote: In our household watching this film every year is an annual tradition and the film still holds up. I laugh at the jokes every time. It is a classic, charming, funny and well acted.
(es) wrote: Beautiful, heartbreaking, intense
(it) wrote: Entertaining movie I s'pose. Had it's moments, nothing better. The script was good and I wonder what it would've been like with better direction.
(kr) wrote: A film designed to make you sick. It's part moral tale, part neo-noir. Ferrara crafted an extremely unlikeable film with obnoxious characters, but realistic enough to make you think about the consequences of your each action if you don't learn to repent.
(fr) wrote: A gripping road trip with the unique angle of having two HIV positive men take to the road to come to grips with their unsure future. Very good.
(ag) wrote: I love ALL of the House Party movies!!!
(au) wrote: One of the best cartoons not to be produced by Disney. It's got some surprisingly grown up themes, but it shouldn't overwhelm younger viewers.
(ca) wrote: This is a gentle, feeling but not sentimental account of an old man searching for a new life after the rich old ones ended in NYC. This is not a "bucket-list", nor a nostalgic remembrance of the past. Harry moves on with time and situation, accepting and offering good wills, sunsetting with the road from east to the diffused glories of the west coast.
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(it) wrote: I just want to see Milo's part in the movie besides just being the shot cop.
(ca) wrote: Carrie didn't really need a remake, but I thought everyone did a good job as their respective characters, especially the Whites, Carrie was fairly convincing, & Mrs. White was.......HOW THE HECK WAS THAT CRAZY B---- ALLOWED TO RAISE A CHILD???!!!! that's how convincing Julianne Moore was!
(ag) wrote: This movie totally rocked! "Sin City" is an incredible feat of visual artistry but is definitely intended for strong-stomached adults. This visually arresting film noir mimics the appearance of a comic book through unique camera filters, it's unique treatment of color (and the lack thereof), and its occasional incorporation of animation. I would classify this film as "ultra-violent" with graphic imagery goes beyond many horror films. The artistic display of blood is reminiscent of "300" (inspired by the same graphic novel artist); however, the violent content is much more extreme and it is difficult to watch much of the decapitation, castration, and torture. A lot of this story thrives on the disturbing level of "Saw." My personal opinion is that the nudity, profanity, and violence are excessive, but it seems that they didn't have a choice if they wanted to stay true to Frank Miller's graphic novels. I love the artistic approach to noir film but the content was beyond entertaining. From an acting perspective, the cast is full of big names including Bruce Willis, Clive Owen, Jessica Alba, Rosario Dawson, Michael Clarke Duncan, Benicio Del Toro, and Elijah Wood. Many of the performances feel overdramatic but that is the style of a noir film. Mickey Rourke is the particular standout in the cast. More than anything, this movie really makes me miss Brittany Murphy. My main complaint is that the nature of the film only allows for most of the actors to have 10-15 minutes of screen time. You can only fit so many members of this ensemble cast on screen at a time but I still wish that their characters had more time to develop. Robert Rodriguez's ambitious undertaking creates a vivid visual journey that stays true to Miller's graphic novels and has a stunning "wow" factor. "Sin City" is one of the grittiest films that you will ever see so be warned that, even if you can generally be tolerant of violence to enjoy an interesting story, this one may go beyond tolerability. The real question is how much graphic content are you willing to sit through for a big visual payoff?
(de) wrote: This movie is totally hokey. It's awesome. David Carradine is the quintessential martial arts man. I find it rather amusing that the main character in this looks like Ka-Zar from Marvel comics.