The Pentagon Papers
This compelling political drama is based on the true story of high-ranking Pentagon official Daniel Ellsberg, who, during the Nixon era, strove to preserve American democracy by leaking top-secret documents to the New York Times and Washington Post. The documents in question would eventually become famous as the Pentagon Papers, which revealed the true reasons for U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
- Stars:James Spader, Claire Forlani, Paul Giamatti, Alan Arkin, Kenneth Welsh, Maria del Mar, Sean McCann, James Downing, Richard Fitzpatrick, Jonas Chernick, Amy Price-Francis, Aaron Ashmore, George R. Robertson, Robert Seeliger, Roland Rothchild,
- Director:Rod Holcomb,
- Writer:Jason Horwitch
Defense worker Daniel Ellsberg seeks to publish a series of classified government documents detailing the true nature of America's involvement in the Vietnam War. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Pentagon Papers torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Made me laugh occasionally, but overall a weak and seemingly overused plot concept of a guy supposed to be getting married and then things turn to hell. Worth a watch if you have nothing else to do, like live a life.
(ag) wrote: Terrible dialogue and predictable plot. The photo was amazing but after the first half hour the awful story and pretentious narrative took over and it wasn't even worth the eye candy...
(es) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Caterina in the Big City" starts with Giancarlo(Sergio Castellito), a teacher with dreams of being a writer, finally getting a transfer to Rome after years of trying and taking his wife, Agata(Margherita Buy), and daughter, Caterina(Alice Teghil), along with him.(Giancarlo also has dreams of hobnobbing with the influential parents of his students.) Caterina is a shy teenager who sang in the local chorus. At her new school, she gets caught in the crossfire between the two poles of political thought in Italy. Her first friendship comes from the left, when Margherita(Carolina Iaquaniello) takes her under her wing.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Caterina in the Big City" is a charming, pleasant coming of age story about making friends and learning what kind of person you are going to become. But it might have helped if I had a better understanding of Italian politics and society. [/font]
(fr) wrote: The animation is beautiful, but the story is rather pedestrian. A young cyclist in the Tour de France is kidnapped by the french mafia, and his mother teams up with a trio of retired singers to get him back. There's grotesque design and lots of poking fun at chubby Americans and things like that, but other than the animation it has nothing else. It didn't do anything for me.
(kr) wrote: My friend Ivan is in this flick
(ag) wrote: hilariously stupid and cartoonish
(jp) wrote: I must say it was not really that good but the thing i liked about it is that it reminded me of my past. The times watching snl with his crazy skits and foolish wardrobe. It wasn't that funny or that good of a drama but it wasn't a waste of my time either. So if you got time and you got this movie go for it.
(us) wrote: two words micheal winslow
(ca) wrote: Fellini's autobiographical tale of childhood in provincial Italy has genuine nostalgia in every frame.
(ru) wrote: The plot is stale, but the film contains two Busby Berkeley production numbers: "The Words Are In My Heart," and Berkeley's masterpiece, "Lullaby of Broadway."
(kr) wrote: "Brannigan" doesn't amount to much more than the piece of shit keyboard used to score this bizarre movie.
(jp) wrote: 3 StarsGrabbers. Good Average Film, contains a little bit of everythingCheers!
(br) wrote: even though i was home alone when i slipped the dvd out of the envelope, i said aloud, "oh man, a troma movie." my thought was that this was not gonna be the slasher flick i was expecting but one of the later, self-referential and just plain silly troma attempts at achieving immediate cult status. not that i don't love "class of nuke 'em high" but i just wasn't in the mood. luckily this movie is the actuality of eli roth's 'thanksgiving' trailer.
(es) wrote: Awesome, awesome, awesome. Russell Crowe was one brutal mother in this one.
(au) wrote: You're typical, simple, PG-13 "horror" flick that doesn't bring anything new to the table. Was a decent watch until the last 30-40 minutes when it seemed like the acting took a nose dive off a cliff and the movie itself got lame. Seen a whole lot worse though.