Videograms of a Revolution is a 1992 documentary film compiled by Harun Farocki and Andrei Ujică from over 125 hours of amateur footage, news footage, and excerpts from the Bucharest TV studio overtaken by demonstrators as part of the December 1989 Romanian Revolution. In 2004 the Austrian Film Archive selected the documentary as part of its Die Utopie Film program for The Best 100 in Film History list. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Videogramme einer Revolution torrent reviews
Luke B (kr) wrote: The Asylum return with their biggest production yet. This film has The Asylum's best performances and best effects. It doesn't say much though. I just felt sorry for La Salle, and he looked like he hated himself anyways. Murphy looks troubled in this film. She doesn't look in good health, nor does she look like some kind of genius seismologist. The plot sees a bunch of government boffins try and stop an earthquake spreading across the US by starting another earthquake to derail it. Yes, it's fucking stupid, but what do you expect? My favorite part is whn the earthquake starting laser, accidentally sets off a volcano or something and people just combust and melt. The added quality just makes the film worse. At least with terrible actors The Asylum films usually have non-stop comedy. Here, I just felt embarrassed.
Matt N (us) wrote: not bad, good fight scenes, i felt it lack story
Simeon T (it) wrote: Back to horrible Robin Williams. Just a dreadful movie, and one that shows that however much they want to, the old guard of comedy just don't understand what Jon Stewart is all about. Horribly unfunny, and it veers from bad to worse at Laura Linney's mental breakdown, a lengthy and interminable scene which I still can't believe they steered the movie towards. Man of the Year is an astonishingly ill-conceived film, and a reminder that Robin Williams has been part of some of the worst movies ever (the nadir being the repugnant "Jack", easily the worst movie I've ever seen or hopefully ever will). This one might be his second worst
Carol W (jp) wrote: a beautiful story with incredible acting and cinematography
Situs D (ag) wrote: New Orleans, 1981. Sonny Phillips, just discharged from the Army, returns home. The only life he's known is as a gigolo, working for his mother, but he wants to leave that behind. However, the job his Army buddy promised doesn't materialize, and he can't escape his past.
John S (it) wrote: god i loved it.. a must see
Ian F (jp) wrote: Again, these movies start and you think, WTF and then you just get blown away! This movie is fantastic! Weird, wonderful and totally Canadian. Ramona was relatable, the other characters were both fun and fascinating and Don McKellar. This is the start of my love affair with Don McKellar. He played Russell the serial killer and he played it perfectly. That dry, perfectly pronounced way of speaking, I loved it! I love him!This movie is just a lot of fun and great to watch, even if it is weird!
Jacob B (gb) wrote: Great performances by both Marlee Matlin and William Hurt make this movie both entertaining and somewhat heartbreaking.
Dryorophus (kr) wrote: recommended by RaptrosDragon
Myriam L (jp) wrote: Un film Francais trop vedge...ou les tueurs sont ok, mais les violonistes...
Jim A (kr) wrote: I enjoyed this one as a kid and its good cheesy fun. Featuring a cool robotic foe for the big guy and a strange dog monster awoken by a very long song this one is one of the more enjoyable of the old series. Its not high class adult entertainment but for what it is it works well enough
Mitchell W (nl) wrote: A movie far before its time, Shock Treatment is often unfairly judged in comparison to its predecessor. Unlike the sexually-charged sci-fi campfest that was Rocky Horror, this film does a great deal to showcase the breakdown of individual realities in the face of reality television--something that is more prevalent and relevant today than ever before. Give it a fair chance.
jesse k (nl) wrote: Deadly boring and trite. In closing; it's your funeral.