The Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror
Examines the link between oil interests and current U.S. military interventions. It includes original footage shot over a four-month period in Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan as well as many interviews with a large array of personalities including Bush administration officials.
Examines the link between oil interests and current U.S. military interventions. It includes original footage shot over a four-month period in Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan as well as many interviews with a large array of personalities including Bush administration officials. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Johnny Knoxville was truly hilarious in this comedy that happened to take place in reality. How can you not enjoy it?!
(kr) wrote: Based on a great book
(mx) wrote: I didn't mind watching it. I thought it was going to be better than it was, but it wasn't a total lost. 3/7
(ag) wrote: Odd, very odd, in how it's put together, but cute in that Cameron Crowe way. Great to see parts of Louisville and E-Town, but flawed too.
(ag) wrote: amazing i saw the play when it was in chicago
(it) wrote: Funny dark comedy if you take it the way I think it was intended. But then I have a very strange sense of the ridiculous.
(nl) wrote: The directorial debut of David O. Russell, this ultra-black comedy was made in Pawling, New York during the summer of 1993 on a shoestring budget of $80,000, (funded from grants usually reserved for short films), and it has a plot you cannot believe Russell concocted out of his head, as it's SO WRONG. But it has heart and some good characters too. Against the odds, it's a very good film. It begins when medical student Raymond Aibelli (Jeremy Davies) is forced to return to his family home by his salesman father Tom (Benjamin Hendrickson) to look after his mother Susan (Alberta Watson), who has a history of depression and has recently broke her leg. Raymond isn't happy as he was due to do a medical internship in Washington. So he's stuck at home looking after his mother, who is briefly incapacitated and unable to move around. Losing the internship and eventually his girlfriend Toni (Carla Gallo), Raymond starts feeling emotionally confused and one evening, while giving his mother a massage, he starts getting feelings of an illegal nature. It's a good character piece, but you'll be left shocked and offended by this film, as it touches upon the touchy subject of incest, although you see the intentions, it doesn't go all the way, which would have been wrong. But, it got Russell's career off to a brilliant start, and it was off to Hollywood next.
(gb) wrote: Profound and brave. Is it Wertmuller's best film? The depth and breath of discussions that come from seeing this film ... is it political? is it philosophical? is it a paradigm of how business works? is it life? If I hold a Lina Wertmuller festival, will you bring the popcorn?
(br) wrote: Wow. This one had it all. A very goofy and funny opening where scientist John Carradine dies barely 2 minutes in, and then a very serious warning about the dangers of nuclear fallout (tragic especially after the recent Fukushima disaster) and then right back into b-movie campyness worthy of Ed Wood's Plan 9 from Outer Space. Which oddly enough has the same theme of aliens using dead bodies to destroy mankind. Part zombie flick/ part traditional 50's scifi where the lead scientist is 1st warned by the aliens of the coming disaster & then somehow develops a super-weapon that exploits all thier weaknesses (usually invloing explosions & melting into foam.) This film would be SOOOOO much fun to remake as a comedy. Especially in the beginning of this film where locked in thier bunker the scientists coomunicate with hq only to be told whatever "Discovery" they made some other locked away in abunker scientists already discovered it. This happens throughout the film until the very end when they discover thier superweapon. Would've been funny when they fianlly radioed in the plans if the hq already knew.
(mx) wrote: Do mesmo diretor de Waltz With Bashir. Depr bsica do dia. Robin arrasa interpretando ela mesma s que no num futuro que est logo a. Faz pensar, refletir. Como dizia Geraldine Halliwell - "Image is just your imagination. Reality is rarely revealed" E isto o que o filme questiona. Interessante que gostei mais da parte live-action que da animao, que deixa um pouco a desejar.