The Wobblies

The Wobblies

Solidarity! All for One and One for All!" With that slogan, the Industrial Workers of the World, aka the Wobblies, took to organizing unskilled workers into one big union and changing the course of history. This award-winning film airs a provocative look at the forgotten American history of this most radical of unions, screening the unforgettable and still-fiery voices of Wobbly members--lumberjacks, migratory workers, and silk weavers--in their 70s, 80s, and 90s.

THE WOBBLIES boldly investigates a nation torn by naked corporate greed and the red-hot rift between the industrial masters and the rabble-rousing workers in the field and factory. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Dustin L (ag) wrote: This movie was absolutely incredible! Can't say enough good things about it!

Fifi L (gb) wrote: Should be called the Mysteries of Boredom...A marathon movie dealing with 19th century upper class Portugal. I don't know about you but I don't see how anyone can get thru a four hour plus movie...How many affairs can anyone handle on 4 hours? Slept thru half the movie and didn't miss much...

WS W (it) wrote: Actually, & surprisingly, I kinda like it.Only a small footnote: Saoirse Ronan did "wow" me once. The more films of her I have watched however, the more I think she's just trying too hard sometimes, & almost starts getting annoying.

Paul R (ca) wrote: Please take advise from the first word of the film title... And don't look back.

Lauren S (br) wrote: i feel like this movie, beyond its faults, was well acted and very effective.i must say though, i will NEVER watch this again. felt soulless and dead for roughly a month.

David G (br) wrote: Her tits are amazing

Giorgos T (jp) wrote: Quirky and well-acted, it's a memorable film.

Thomas L (gb) wrote: I can't really defend my liking this movie, I grew up with it. I was a child of the 80's and three of my favorites were Silver Bullet, The Lost Boys, and of course.. Watchers. It is what it is, it's a low budget monster movie with rampant over acting, and a creature that is almost never shown. Personally I see that as a smart decision on the part of the film makers, if you're not one hundred percent confident in your effects department.. then hide their creation and only show it in quick cuts. I think it works well, the monster didn't even look that bad- and trust me I've seen a lot. Michael Ironside is fun as the villain, there are some decent scares, some graphic violence, and a moderate amount of suspense.

Paul F (au) wrote: Go on, how many Dutch films can you name? Admit it, it's not a long list is it? (And if you're Dutch I'm afraid you're not allowed to answer; not that's there's a prize at stake here or anything.) Directed by Paul Verhoeven (who bought us the wonderfully silly Starship Troopers), 27% of the Dutch population saw this film when it was first released. So what does this tell us? Not a lot? More clues? Okay, it has no tulips, windmills, dykes or dope in it, but it does include a lot of sex, a car crash and a poodle going to the toilet; also, being made in the early 70s, it has a horrible soundtrack too. Give up? One more clue? Well okay, it has a depressing ending. For those that haven't worked it out yet, we have here a film that starts off as if it's going to be a seedy cross between an Italian giallo (Google it) and a crap British 70s sex film, but ends up as a really quite touching film about love and the changing relationship between the two main characters, Eric Vonk and Olga Stapels. I have to say that after the first 15 minutes or so I despised just about everything about Eric; but by the time the film ended I really felt sorry for him. Olga's father is a great character too; the scenes he's in are some of the best. (The Mother is scary though.) Technically it looks fine for a film that's nearly 40 years old, but it does feel of its time.Recommended for lovers of early 70s films and anyone that likes a proper story with their onscreen sex.No cats and no decapitations. Top Bassass moment: In a comedic scene that really doesn't fit the tone of the rest of the film, it's Olga attempting to go more or less topless in front of Queen Juliana (head of the Dutch Royal Family). Trying to flash your Head of State probably is pretty badass. 7 out of 10.

Chiara C (it) wrote: Spicy and hilarious, a Classic!Highly recommended.

Cristal T (de) wrote: Couldn't even finish the movie. I love Aubrey Plaza and Max Greenfield but I just couldn't stomach the writing. Nothing was believable.