The Origins of AIDS
Documentary about the hypothesis that HIV may have been caused by mass vaccination against Polio, in Congo, between 1957 and 1960.
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TheJimbobs123 (au) wrote: Decent enough film and a few scares in there.
Ivan V (es) wrote: Don't be fooled. This movie sucks more than you think it does.
Lee M (ca) wrote: It doesn't always succeed, and sometimes it has the egocentric obviousness of a particularly clever, grad-student thesis film, but at least Harrison is game enough to mess with your head in the first place.
Keira C (it) wrote: I enjoyed this. Good dancing and the acting was well done.
Melissa W (ru) wrote: Kind of...unremarkable. Hm. Not bad though.
Jeff D (us) wrote: The Furies features fine performances from Barbara Stanwyck and the legendary Walter Huston in his final role. The film gets melodramatic at times, especially in the moments between Stanwyck and Anderson, and the musical score is a bit too overbearing. Anthony Mann does a fine job directing this small western but it lacks the cinematic breadth of his later epics.
Drew H (fr) wrote: Watched it plenty as a kid, but what a stupid story.
Chris S (mx) wrote: I thought the movie had just the right amount of quick humor in it but it felt like the movie's pacing was a bit rushed. What should be an hour 45 minute movie gets crammed down to essentially an hour and 15 minutes.
Pip D (ca) wrote: Unfortunately, for me, the only redeeming feature of this film was the Cornwall coastline. Based upon a true story you are obviously limited, and whilst I appreciate this, the final product was dire. Acting was one dimensional, screenplay felt like it was only in its first draft and the actual scenes were so short that it felt as though the director was too scared to give his actors too much to do. Very disappointing.
Ryan M (gb) wrote: The cinematography for this movie alone is enough to watch it. But it's a pretty weak story all in all, and the protagonist, played by Roddy McDowell, isn't very interesting to follow. Still, worth a glimpse into the life of Ol' Ireland.