The Panic Is On: The Great American Depression as Seen by the Common Man
Documentary - A stunning collection of photographs, newsreel and vintage documentary footage, era-specific pop music, and mesmerizing eyewitness accounts make for a palpable time capsule of the Great Depression of 1929. - Pablo Abeita, Connee Boswell, Martha Boswell
The Panic Is On looks at vintage films, documentaries, and newsreels made during the depression about the depression. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Panic Is On: The Great American Depression as Seen by the Common Man torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: This was actually a pretty good movie. Idk why it got such bad reviews. Ya some unanswered questions. But compared to some crap horror movies this was pretty good.
(mx) wrote: Surprisingly, due to lots of ridiculous Moments the Movie is not getting boring until the 3rd Act
(br) wrote: Very funny film. I loved it.
(it) wrote: Nothing special, including many of the FX.
(es) wrote: What a great Movie So blessed weve moved beyond those horrific days especially for the people affected by the conflicts.
(kr) wrote: There is a part where an RC truck kills a mailman.
(ru) wrote: No doubt this movie lacks the story's crust just when the whole heated dance could have been worked out with a better story line.. although Richard was no high level match for Jennifer there.. but what the movie portrays at the end is the truth.. an interest.. developed in better ways and in the end the dance is not taken as a dating measure but as a way to find happiness in.. as the character was searching for.. so I give it a 5 star.. touched me well!
(de) wrote: Un de mes Van Damme preferes lorsque j'etais ado. Deux JC pour le prix d'un. Quel panard !Certes tout ca a bien vieilli, le scenar n'a rien d'exceptionnel mais les scenes d'action et de gun fight restent bien classes.
(br) wrote: Whilst not being terrible, this Roland Emmerich fantasy fails to really grab the imagination. Set in prehistoric times, it has a pretty standard plot whereby one tribe comes and pillages another, riding off with a young warrior's bride. There's then a journey as the hero gathers together a group of disgruntled warriors to go on a rescue mission. The central idea of all different races and creeds coming together under a uniting leader could have been better handled and the lumpiness of the plot is apparent with several awkward transitions from one situation to another. What can often save this kind of movie and allow the viewer to overlook inconsistencies are some good special effects and exciting battle scenes. However, in 10,000 B.C. there are simply not enough of either. With historical accuracy having been thrown to the wind, I would have liked to have had more prehistoric megafauna and a few more fantastical elements. As it is, I do feel that the movie falls between genres and doesn't really do enough. Odd when you consider that this is from a director who made his name with over the top effects and spectacle. A few more scenes of sabre toothed cats, giant killer birds and mammoths and a clearer sense that our hero was in genuine peril would have left me feeling a little less short changed.
(es) wrote: At moments, it feels like the director wishes he was shooting an experimental film, instead of a drama...I guess that's why this film is considered "arthouse". Overall, for something that takes itself so seriously, it's SO hard to believe and INCREDIBLY unrealistic...and not in a "fantasy" sort of way. And the ending? You have to be kidding me.
(jp) wrote: This movie is not about gangsters, though it admittedly entertains some traditional gangster themes. To put it simply, the film is about disappointment and loss. Burt Lancaster's character cannot regain the same vitality life offered during his youth. Susan Sarandon's character is stuck in an unrewarding job and an unhappy marriage which seem to cleave to her like a repulsive stench. At times the characters display true affection and compassion for one another. Other times they act selfishly and betray the other's trust so as to maintain a sense of financial independence. The last 15 minutes is a beautiful example of grace played out in the lives of "real" people. Multiple viewings of this film will not go unrewarded.