The War Around Us

The War Around Us

In 2008 two best friends found themselves trapped in one of the most dangerous places on earth - the only western journalists in the Gaza Strip on what was supposed to be a 24-hour assignment. The War Around Us captures the collision of veteran war correspondent and one of TIME's most 100 influential people, Ayman Mohyeldin, with rookie reporter Sherine Tadros. As missiles shower the city and unspeakable atrocities emerge, the pair is torn by fierce professional rivalry, private terror and grim humor - with no way out and the whole world watching.

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Jorge G (nl) wrote: Si hubiera un genero de pelicula llamado porqueria esta pelicula lo representaria muy bien de principio a final.

steve g (jp) wrote: good cartoon movie... for beginers that have no idea of what the green lanterns are about.. a copy of the green lantern corps comic book. with a kick !

Peter C (mx) wrote: The trauma and tragedy of loss beautifully protrayed in this engaging film.

NEok B (ru) wrote: La mejor pelcula de terror coreana que he visto... luego de varias decepciones, aprend que al cine coreano hay que tenerle paciencia.... es lento como el crecimiento de un bonzai... pero de vez en cuando vale la pena. Hubo momentos de tensin bastante interesantes que eran complementados por la vieja del lado que le decia al novio "tpame los ojos... tpame los ojos" pero el objetivo de la pelcula no era ese. La trama es envolvente, las actuaciones excelentes y el desenlace lo deja a uno fro. Lamentablemente cae en artificios comunes usados en las pelculas orientales como apariciones de nias con la mecha por la cara que caminan chueco... y una peculiaridad extraa... las casas se encargan de repartir jusiticia... pa que jueces si tienen "Justicia Arquitectonica" como dijo Cesar. En fin, buena para verla en cine.. pero recuerde, sea paciente y aguantese la primera mitad de la pelicula una introduccion a la cultura coreana moderna. (es mas divertido de lo que suena).

Sarah (ag) wrote: I started watching this and it was really stupid and really bad.

Colleen F (nl) wrote: The whole thing reminded me of a community college Phil. 101 class.

Edith N (jp) wrote: She took the throne 450 years ago this year. She has been dead 405 years. And yet we still talk about her. Reproductions of her clothes won last year's Best Costume Design, and deservedly so. She wished to make no windows into men's souls, but we have spent these centuries trying to see into hers--and her own courtiers did before us. She was a brilliant, enigmatic woman; she was probably one of the smartest people alive in her day--and her day lasted longer than anyone could have expected, especially in those dark days in her sister's reign. She was born to be supplanted in the succession, regardless of which wife of her father's would produce the heir. Even had it been her own mother who gave her a brother, that brother would have been king before she could have been queen. Yet she is one of the best-known monarchs in not merely English but world history. Even her successor, who gave us the widest-used English translation of the Bible is only known for that; name one other thing he did during his reign. She was Gloriana Regina, the glorious queen. And yet she was also the scared bastard of the Great Whore. She was the Virgin Queen. And yet gossip of her day gifts her with as many as a half-dozen bastards of her own. She was a woman of contradictions, and it takes a great deal to even begin to show who she was. We have four episodes here, and it lets David Starkey come close. He starts with her inauspicious birth and takes us all the way through to the rise of her successor. That's two rather long paragraphs without use of her name. Sure, Rotten Tomatoes gives you the film's title, but the thing is, I doubt most of my readers would have to look at it to know of whom I spoke. I think that, if you asked any of you to name one monarch of England, more than half of you would name her first--or, I suppose, the [i]current[/i] Elizabeth. A&E listed the Elizabeth under discussion here as one of the most influential people of the last 1000 years--but she was placed under those she herself influenced, such as Sir Walter Raleigh and William Shakespeare. She gave us them. And Sir Francis Drake, and Christopher Marlowe, and on and on. She gave us England as we know it; her reign of power and prosperity let a distinct English culture rise that I do not believe would have risen otherwise. Starkey chooses, in his documentaries, to have actors stand in for the various important figures; we are given three Elizabeths. The child, the young woman, and the old woman. She is also shown in portraits--there are a [i]lot[/i] of portraits of her. We encounter various of the other important figures in her life, some in portrait--no actor to play her brother--and some as stand-in. Some both. It does give us something to look at while Starkey talks. And, of course, there is so much to say. He scarcely touches on her relationship with Dudley or on the plot that lead to Mary Stuart's death. I, as you may know, find Elizabeth one of the most fascinating figures in history. I advise that anyone who wants to learn more about her start here rather than some of the dramas about her life. They're mostly pretty entertaining, but this is [i]accurate[/i].

Kayleigh P (it) wrote: A live action version of the anime of the same name, Crying Freeman is total cheese, with plenty of action thrown in. Drags a little in the conversational sections, and is quite average, but still quite an enjoyable cheese/action fest.

Aimee C (de) wrote: I gotta say, Jason Patric was *so* gorgeous in this film...tanned and tight, with those incredible cheekbones. Mmmm... (Okay, he was even sexier in Your Friends and Neighbors, where he lounged around the men's locker room without a shirt - OMG *drool* - his abs were AMAZING).

Jessica J (br) wrote: Love John Wayne!!!!!!!!!

Abel D (es) wrote: One of Altman's lesser known works, 'Streamers' still boasts many of the director's strengths. Solid performances from a young cast, an escalating sense of tension between the men, and dashings of humour to lend believability, as well as relief. However the script's theatrical origins do still show, be it sometimes over-worded dialogue or the rather confined setting of a barrack.

Tasos L (au) wrote: Unfortunately, non impressive at all...

alex f (kr) wrote: Superb stone wall performance and a unexpectedly good ending.

Vera V (jp) wrote: Classic low-budget (catch the five tentacled octopus) sci-fi flick ... I did like this B-movie silliness :-)

Adam K (au) wrote: The thing that makes the Changeling enjoyable also undermines its success as a ghost story: George C. Scott is a wonderful protagonist, whose smooth demeanor and calm resolve are delicious but effectively remove any sense of peril or mystery from the film. It progresses through a heavy emphasis on tropes-local history sleuthing, newspaper microfilms, slamming doors, a seance, and the exhumation of a corpse from a well. The plot is unusually extroverted for a ghost film, which is really the only thing that keeps it interesting. Scott never loses his cool in the house, so he has to go out and find other people to be frightened by the ghost.Having seen only a few ghost movies, I'm not sure how many of these are just pervasive to the genre, but much of the plot of Ringu seems lifted from Changeling. Scott and the tremendously successful atmosphere in the movie put it a clear level above, though.

Robbie H (br) wrote: pretty entertaining action flick. Cruise is good but wish theyda picked someone else instead of Diaz.

Serge L (jp) wrote: Nice story that familiarise Japan. Enough adventure related to the growing child to keep the interest. The hero girl is the cutest! The women are not too bad either. Likable.

Cory S (au) wrote: Was much better than the first one, way more going on and more twists. the ending wasn't as good as the first one though.