The Man Who Wanted to Classify the World

The Man Who Wanted to Classify the World

Paul Otlet was a Belgian, *1868, died 1944, who perfected the Dewey Classification system as "the Universal Decimal Classification", in his lifetime alone totalling 17 million index cards of human knowledge.

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Lisa (jp) wrote: My girlfriends and I LOVED this movie! Yes, it's cheesy but who cares? The music is still great! As a matter of fact, we sang a few songs from this movie at our 8th grade graduation...lol now that's classic!

Gretchen W (jp) wrote: I liked this movie a lot. I steer clear of love stories lately, I'm so jaded about romance. This was sad, creepy, and sweet all in one.

Jamey P (es) wrote: Cheap and brainless gags comprise this kids movie that offers nothing for adults.

Dick M (es) wrote: Wonderful movie. Interesting, depressing issues I wasn't really tuned in to. Excellent acting. Nicole Beharie is terrific. Stayed up way past my bed time watching it (streaming for free from the much maligned NetFlix, of course).

Scotty S (us) wrote: Love or loathe football... You WILL love this...!This film contains no actors, but documents 5 ordinary men who live doing the thing they love - skills with the football. In this documentary, we see the 5 men travel from New York to Argentina with NO money at all, making all their money by doing the thing they love - performing.This is not just a documentary on football but is a "coming-of-age" documentary, which brings real emotion to the film. One for males, females, kids and adults, I guarentee that you will love it..!

Jayakrishnan R (au) wrote: 82%Saw this on 15/5/15What starts out as a boring and dull film turns out to be a fascinating and inventive motion picture ever since Hoffman starts making his magnum opus with the never ending dopplegangers. The fantasy and the post modern elements of the film are good with a nuanced performance from Hoffman. However, the film is often self-indulging and fails to connect, specially in it's ending. I have never been a huge fan of any of the Koffman creations and the same goes for this as well.

PieterJan V (es) wrote: Not all bad, but the lack of charachter development and the absence of an original plot makes 'Shadow Conspiracy' an unlikeable film.

Tyler S (de) wrote: The roll call is one of the funniest sequences ever.

Christine S (it) wrote: Charming and heartwarming.

Daniel J (gb) wrote: 1 great movie 2nd best ever made

John M (br) wrote: Chris Lee and Peter Cushing fight a zombie-making missing-link on Telly Savalas' trans-Siberian railroad. It is better than a good deal of Hammer's back half, though Cushing and Lee are kept rather subdued. Savalas shows up late but goes all out in a wildly overdone performance. A bit of gore and a bit of mystery. Excellent art direction and sound.

Lilo C (jp) wrote: Quote: What is this, "I know what you did 18 summers ago"? lolThe Nun even known as "La Monja" was not bad, entertaining. Sometimes I just enjoy these kind of Movies. As long they entertain me, I dont complain. But I wouldnt give it all my stars. The funny thing with this Movie is that you will really have the feeling its a "I know what you did last summer ago"? while watchin the whole Movie but it isnt so. You ll be surprised.

Tav D (ca) wrote: Slow, but uniquely engaging. Bruce Dern delivers.

Joshua B (ca) wrote: Despite the big name stars, this movie just isn't very good. Didn't make much of an impression. There's some reason why the stock crashed but I forgot what it was.