This Is What Democracy Looks Like
This film, shot by 100 amateur camera operators, tells the story of the enormous street protests in Seattle, Washington in November 1999, against the World Trade Organization summit being held there. Vowing to oppose, among other faults, the WTO's power to arbitrally overrule nations' environmental, social and labour policies in favour of unbridled corporate greed, protestors from all around came out in force to make their views known and stop the summit. Against them is a brutal police force and a hostile media as well as the stain of a minority of destructively overzealous comrades. Against all odds, the protesters bravely faced fierce opposition to take back the rightful democratic power that the political and corporate elite of the world is determined to deny the little people.
A filmed account of the street protests against the World Trade Organization Summit in Seattle, Washington, USA in 1999. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
This Is What Democracy Looks Like torrent reviews
(br) wrote: French film. Touching story of a boy who furiously refuses to believe that his father has abandoned him, and the woman who reaches out to him and accepts him despite his aggressive behavior.
(ru) wrote: I am a scooby doo fan however i find some of the latest movies not very well though. I have to say that this one was preety good
(mx) wrote: Good plot, direction by Miike, hard to go wrong. Humorous, violent, fun.
(nl) wrote: It's a great movie.. I'm speechless for words.. Catch it guys..
(fr) wrote: One of the worst Disney sequels
(nl) wrote: A devastating movie, ground-breaking at the time for being filmed in post-Saddam Iraq, about kids who are sent out to find landmines.
(it) wrote: Satchiko backflips on the horizontal bar and rids herself of Ookii Satchan. Hajime falls in love again and rescues himself from the brink of "girl phobia." Gpa makes portraits of everyone then meets w/Gma. Uncle plays baseball w/a yakuza and goes gay for a River Dancer (j/k. probably not cannon). A manga-ka makes a music vid. A mud-man is rescued by otaku and a walking color palette is beat down by a stick figure. There was Good Weird and Bad Weird (gpa's eyebrows! oO;) There were some slow parts, but I liked it overall. :)
(ru) wrote: Astonishingly powerful debut film from director Inarritu about love, dog and Amores Perros
(jp) wrote: Drags a bit, but I liked the themes and ideas a lot.
(ag) wrote: I see this all the time in the Walmart bargain bin... One of these days.
(us) wrote: The original Slumber Party Massacre was an especially sleazy entry in the slasher genre that blended gore, creepiness, and high levels of nudity/sexuality together into a campy classic of the genre. This sequel, also directed by a woman, pushes the series out of the creepy and into the surrealistically campy. Slumber Party Massacre II's plot never quite makes sense: is it a dream, is the main female character insane, is it real and hence even more bizarre? The film blends gore, humor, and surrealistic terror together into an unforgettable, hilarious piece of 80s slasher fare that epitomizes cheesy 80s horror by featuring a killer with a drill-guitar as his weapon of choice.
(br) wrote: It's okay, it just didn't keep me on the edge of my seat..
(it) wrote: A vertiginous spectacle beyond compare. Lola herself is a cipher with Martine Carol utterly insipid in the role but that's the way Ophuls wanted it perhaps - the proverbial blank slate upon which the audience can conjure up their own projected image. It's a masterpiece anyway with Ustinov in top form as the polymathically perverse circus ringmaster and the neverstill camera recording a magnificent universe of infinite detail and wonder.In one word - dizzying.
(it) wrote: This was a very good follow up for Bela Lugosi's original Dracula. A good story.
(fr) wrote: Humorous and poignant with a little creativity I'm not accustomed to seeing.
(ca) wrote: Fletch, deemed to be Chevy Chase's finest comedic cinematic effort, is certainly an entertaining film.Although, it wasn't as funny as I had hoped because the jokes mostly relied on the humourous anecdotes of the main character Irwin Fletcher as he went through the complicated process of his investigation, as well as his talent for portraying many different characters to trick people. I mean don't get me wrong, this was funny and entertaining. It just didn't have many jokes and could have used a few more laughs.And in the chase sequence, the editing is rather chaotic and all over the place, varying between looking good and convincing to identifiable blue screen moments and excessively quick and confusing shots. Luckily this doesn't impact significantly on the viewer's experience much.Fletch was still quite effective though, mainly because of Chevy Chase's performance. Although I wouldn't call Fletch as funny as Chevy's Chase's critically acclaimed comedy National Lampoon's Vacation, I would definitely say that Fletch is his finest performance. Chevy Chase uses his talents as a comedian and as an actor in Fletch, and his characterisation of Irwin Fletcher is too perfect. Chevy Chase has so many personas to portray, and he never slips up in any of them because his confidence is too perfect for the part and all too convincing so that he can can vice viewers that he is someone else in the same way that he convinces all the other characters in the film of it. Anyone who denies his talents as an actor can clearly not have seen Fletch, because he keeps the comedic spirit of the film alive through his own individual talent and is the sole source of all the comedy. His natural charisma and confidence is all very well and funny, and his spirit is just great in Fletch.The performances of Tim Matheson and Dana Wheeler-Nicholson are also good, with the former supplying a convincing mystery and the latter being sweet and somewhat seductive even, though it just comes from the natural sexual charm of Dana Wheeler-Nicholson as a woman.Fletch is also a cleverly plotted comedy which has a mystery behind it that is worth solving, and the comedic approach to that is an appealing and entertaining one. The script is also strong and the language feels very organic and intelligent and funny at times too.Michael Ritchie's role as director was just spot on, and working with Chevy Chase just proved to be nothing short of a success, and that's why Fletch is a good film. It's worth watching for anyone interested in seeing a comedian at serious work, as well as supplying serious laughs as well as Chevy Chase does in Fletch.
(fr) wrote: Liked it better when it first came out... Not so much these days