Thomas Hart Benton

Thomas Hart Benton

Thomas Hart Benton's paintings were energetic and uncompromising. Today his works are in museums, but Benton hung them in saloons for ordinary people to appreciate.

Thomas Hart Benton's paintings were energetic and uncompromising. Today his works are in museums, but Benton hung them in saloons for ordinary people to appreciate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Thomas Hart Benton torrent reviews

Ruthie R (ag) wrote: I wish this had all the same cast in it but a different story. Proper female characters, interesting and awful in their own ways, and flat male characters, except they gave Kane more lines. Really wonderfully shot but sort of eh in the end.

Patricia F (fr) wrote: 20 minutes of one continuous shot from inside a tent.

Paul P (jp) wrote: Quite crass at its onset, the film improves considerably quickly to become one of the most heartfelt and uplifting films of its genre--in fact, a standout.

Steven L (ca) wrote: I can't speak to the cultural meaning behind the film. It is a satire that only those familiar with Romania will fully comprehend. However, the story line is readily accessible and relatable. It centers on healthcare, or lack thereof, and how you navigate an overtaxed system with only an ambulance nurse to speak out for you. And when alcoholism is the one trait you always exhibit, how do you get said system to take your health complaints seriously? The length of the film and the pettiness that overtakes the concern for human life leaves you almost as exhausted as the ambulance crew; but it also makes you want to be more aware about the future of our own healthcare system.

Alex r (us) wrote: Gunner Palace is a riveting documentary about the Iraq War. Director Michael Tucker plunges us deep in the action and gives something we would not normally see. This is a raw and gritty documentary that shows us what war is really like. Gunner Palace plunges deep in the action, and it is a riveting documentary that will certainly appeal to viewers interested in warfare. Along with Restrepo, this is one of the best films on the subject of modern war. Everything you see is unique, intense and unforgettable. I thought that the material was riveting and exciting due to the fact that it's not something that we wouldn't normally see. Gunner Palace is a finely crafted picture that is among the finest documentaries in recent memory. This is a must see for viewers interested in the subject of the war in Iraq. This is unfiltered to show you exactly how it is, and a lot of it is shocking, but all very real. Gunner Palace is sure to appeal to war buffs, and if you're interested in war and military subjects, then give this one a shot. The film gives you a taste of what it's like, and it is entertaining from start to finish. You're on the edge of your seat from the first frame onwards as we see the men constantly in harm's way. This is a riveting film that is sure to make you think and appreciate what Military personal go through. If you're looking for a great documentary to watch, then Gunner Palace is the one for you. Films like this are great to watch because we get to see something that we'd never see due to the fact that many people nowadays are interested reality TV. However this is real, and for that reason it makes it that much more interesting.

LindaLou (mx) wrote: I love this movie, it has great actors and great music.

Chad D (br) wrote: Cheesy screenplay and poor direction make Cutthroat Island a generic pirate action vehicle for its two stars. Although its nothing special, Cutthroat Island does have the action sequences to be consider itself a part of the action genre. Not Davis or Modine's best performances.

Private U (ca) wrote: Almost as good as the first. However, the soundtrack is unbelievable.

Alice C (it) wrote: It's a great vampire film.

Cooldude f (ru) wrote: The best ever in all means, tocuhing story, touching songs and great act

Gage A (au) wrote: want to see this move so bad I like chucky

Dominik N (ca) wrote: crazy whacky fun. the final scene is one of the oddest, most hilarious things I have ever witnessed, with (spoiler) price suddenly bursting into song.

Chad D (es) wrote: With absurdity as its premise, and laziness surrounding its script, Red Planet fails to reach any big climactic heights, and also fails to provide much entertainment. Poor performances aren't necessarily the actors faults, because the script is incredibly poor, with a plot line that is almost mockable.

Nilufer R (br) wrote: Well, it was creepy at some point but seemed really old like from the early 90's. A submarine is spooky and claustrophobic as it is and a vicious soul makes it worse. But the acting was kind of pretentious too.