The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich

The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich

This documentary showcases Hitler's strategy for conquering hearts and minds by exploiting people's capacity to hate, something as relevant in our time as it seems to have been in his. This is a lesson which is especially worth remembering at this point in history.

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Jake J (ag) wrote: All Cheerleaders Die does what so many horror films fail to do, make the characters distinct and vital while still leaning on horror archetypes. The dialogue is so clever, the performances are nuanced and fantastic, and the cinematography is great. The only reason it didn't get the extra star is because of an unjustified character change of heart at the last minute. Other than that, this thing was a blast. Really outstanding.

Mark B (us) wrote: Really a great series, especially the dialogue. I look forward to traveling to picturesque Nova Scotia where this was filmed.

Simon P (us) wrote: Not your typical gangster film.

William I (ca) wrote: This movie was hilarious. I'm a big Michael Cera fan though.

Martin B (mx) wrote: La meilleur comdie de l'anne 2007, vraiment mon genre d'humour.. l'absurde !!! Un chivers se doit d'tre impccable au niveau de la tenue et du mental.

Jonathan V (de) wrote: This film has terrible special effects, will probably terrify children and is just a complete waste of time. There's no use even comparing this to the original film. Whoever made this film has to learn to zoom the camera out of everyone's face and how to properly cast a movie. Everything was just terrible, I was hardly able to finish this.

Eric E (br) wrote: Powerful. Evocative. Unimaginable.

Luke C (ag) wrote: It would have been a better film if it was still Kevin McCalister and his hilarious booby traps.

Tanya B (ru) wrote: I enjoy Jason Lee and Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith respectively, but their presence doesn't make up for a bad script and terrible sound. That being said, I'd watch it again just to see Jason Lee dance with a sasquatch again. That scene haunts my soul in a creepy, creepy way.

Nate W (fr) wrote: ''Mon oncle Antoine'' is a poignant slice of Quebecois life. Like most French Canadiana, it's a coming of age tale set in rural Quebec, as told through the eyes of a youth whose views on the handful of characters inhabiting his intimate country community evolve or are shattered by the film's surprisingly existential third act. It's a unique and definitive piece of Can-Con that any Canadian film lover should seek out.

Mark James A (kr) wrote: ...an enthralling motion picture that seemingly started out as simple and diverted into something valuable and unifying.