The Second Civil War

The Second Civil War

When a planeload of Pakistani orphans are shipped to his state for permanent relocation, the governor of Idaho (Beau Bridges, who won an Emmy) defies the president (Phil Hartman) and closes the state's border. News Net Television, a cable news program that makes hay by reporting on political scandals, quickly spins the racist act into an overnight media sensation, creating a divide in national opinion over the issue.

A simple immigration issue spins wildly out of control for those involved, ranging from the President of the United States, to a news producer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Second Civil War torrent reviews

Alice T (us) wrote: Subtle observational film. I found myself cringing at the overly cerebral dialogue. Even so, this slow-burner is intriguing and visually captivating.

Matt R (gb) wrote: watchable TV thriller...

Adam H (us) wrote: Still not sure what this movie has to do with "cabins" but being that the first was so popular, I'm assuming they just took a terrible movie and stuck the name on it. Got me to watch it at least?! It stunk!

Wes S (ca) wrote: [Director's Cut] You get more hero thrills and action, though by the final fight it feels like you've seen it all before. The characters are hollow, and the story is not as deep as it tries to be. There are a lot of open holes and subplots that aren't touched on enough.

Rawballs B (ag) wrote: Predictable but then enjoyable J. Chan film ...

Natalie E (au) wrote: I loved this as a kid. I need to get hold of it again!

kevin B (kr) wrote: Killer cop lol.good.slasher

Anna D (nl) wrote: The Marx Bros were real classics

Kinohi N (jp) wrote: Engaging murder mystery from the writer of Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes. This is a classic country-house whodunit set within a rural wartime hospital in England. Gilliat gets all the details right, and many of the scenes are beautifully shot.

Isis B (fr) wrote: Can't believe I've been spinning around on this rock, and not seen this film sooner it's like a flip coin sequel to Seven, John Doe Vigilante made me stop and watch, where most films I'm just impatient for to finish, even ones I've really enjoyed. Glad I found it.

Gaby G (ca) wrote: Love the actors. The plot was too tiring, too many misunderstandings.

Jamie C (nl) wrote: Solid sequel and again very clever and gory, Some great twists keep the film from getting predictable.

Simon T (de) wrote: An odd mixture of semi-documentary studio tour, stiff and whimsical dramatised sequences featuring famous animators like Ward Kimball and voice artists like Clarence 'Donald Duck' Nash, and rather pedestrian animated shorts culminating in the twenty-minute Reluctant Dragon. But it's still of interest for Disney completists and anyone interested in a romanticised look at Disney production from the early forties.