Waiting to Inhale

Waiting to Inhale

Waiting to Inhale examines the heated debate over marijuana and its use as medicine in the United States. Twelve states have passed legislation to protect patients who use medical marijuana. Yet opponents claim the medical argument is just a smokescreen for a different agenda-- to legalize marijuana for recreation and profit. What claims are being made, and what are the stakes? Waiting to Inhale takes viewers inside the lives of patients who have been forever changed by illness-and parents who lost their children to addiction. Is marijuana really a gateway drug? What evidence is there to support the claim that marijuana can alleviate some of the devastating symptoms of AIDS, cancer and multiple sclerosis? Waiting to Inhale sheds new light on this controversy and presents shocking new evidence that marijuana could hold a big stake in the future of medicine.

  • Category:Documentary
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  • Uploader:KimHoaNg
  • Country:USA
  • Director:Jed Riffe
  • Writer:Katherine Covell

A documentary examining the science and the movement to legalize cannabis as medicine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Waiting to Inhale torrent reviews

Anastasia F (de) wrote: Seems cute and stupid

Tracey c (kr) wrote: Not interested with this film...

Mike N (ag) wrote: it is what it wanted to be and the story was ok. The filming and the vibe was interesting though.

Daryl V (gb) wrote: A coming of age tale of a gay man working in the gay porn industry; with his favortie porn star. Remember to beware of what you ask for, as you may get it.

Tim R (au) wrote: Hilarious raunch fest!

Ca M (au) wrote: A Robert Rodriguez film that slipped under the radar. If you liked Death Proof, you will probably like this one too. Same kind of old school film with some cheesy gimmicks that make it its own. This movie deserves less than what I rated it but for me I can't help thinking.... Cool

Phil H (ru) wrote: Yes its totally stupid and not in the least bit scary, I dunno why its referred to as a horror, but this cult is highly enjoyable with its basic charming effects. Of course its ridiculous and has a high trash content with strong levels of cheese but with a film about killer dolls what do you expect, its much more of a light-hearted horror comedy.The main swing here is the dolls of course, a killer teddy bear, a baby doll, a robot and a jack in the box, all of which actually look kinda cool, not scary, more eerie and bizarre, think killers Muppets. The sequences where the dolls attack are pretty amusing and the highlight of the film, with their limited movements and funny voice work its hard not to enjoy despite how silly it is watching a grown adult thrash around as he's being attacked by a psychotic Fozzie the Bear.The whole concept is hard to pull off but its an interesting one, toys coming alive. Much like 'Toy story' and 'The Twilight Zone' its a fun route to explore, plus the dolls are all well designed and crafted with obvious care and attention.

Trevor H (ru) wrote: You never been to Harlem? Are you crazyretarded?!

Gavin H (fr) wrote: Robert De Niro is great in this movie, he shined, and brought a new revolution to movies.

Walter M (fr) wrote: "Kansas City Confidential" starts with Foster(Preston Foster) planning the perfect crime and recruiting three criminals, Pete Harris(Jack Elam), Tony Romano(Lee Van Cleef) and Boyd Kane(Neville Brand), to his cause. The robbery goes off without a hitch, even netting them a patsy, Joe Rolfe(John Payne), an ex-con who was driving a florist's van similar to the robbers'. Rolfe is eventually cleared of charges but three weeks later cannot find work. Then, he gets word that Pete Harris is hiding out in Tijuana and goes there to clear his name... "Kansas City Confidential" is a deftly plotted and violent caper flick with a couple of neat twists. No crime is perfect but it is surprising how close this one comes. With any crime, there are unintended consequences, and this movie, made at the height of the McCarthy Era, is pleasantly surprising in its not wanting to rush to judgment and attacking the theory of guilt by association in the public's perception. And there are a couple of other nice touches that make this movie far ahead of its time.

Dan H (jp) wrote: Long, boring, I lost interest very early in this movie. Went on and on and to me nothing really happened.

Michael C (mx) wrote: Over rated and gets way too over the top at times. It was like watching a James Bond meets Ender's Game satire slowly turning into a violent Spy Kids spoof that reveals a convoluted plot and kills off its only good characters. The third act felt like a completely different movie. Even the ending manages to forget about one of their important characters.