What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire

What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire

Tim Bennett, middle-class white guy, started waking up to the global environmental nightmare in the mid-1980s. But life was so busy with raising kids and pursuing the American dream that he never got around to acting on his concerns. Until now… Bennett journeys from complacency to consciousness in his feature-length documentary, What a Way To Go: Life at the End of Empire. He reviews his Midwestern roots, ruthlessly examines the stories he was raised with, and then details the grim realities humans now face: escalating climate change, resource shortages, degraded ecosystems, an exploding global population and teetering global economies.

Tim Bennett, middle-class white guy, started waking up to the global environmental nightmare in the mid-1980s. But life was so busy with raising kids and pursuing the American dream that he never got around to acting on his concerns. Until now… Bennett journeys from complacency to consciousness in his feature-length documentary, What a Way To Go: Life at the End of Empire. He reviews his Midwestern roots, ruthlessly examines the stories he was raised with, and then details the grim realities humans now face: escalating climate change, resource shortages, degraded ecosystems, an exploding global population and teetering global economies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire torrent reviews

Carlos D (gb) wrote: I think this would've been way more interesting with FUNNIER comedians,I mean,I like some of the guys in this but,they made it seem totally irrelevant...plus,James Franco directing this.big NO.

Dead A (au) wrote: The idea is old and the movie is just bogus.

Joseph T (fr) wrote: One of my favourite films! Might I point out that this should have a "100% fresh" rating! The only rotten review is, in fact, glowing in relation to the film itself:"In Bela Tarr's surreal epic Werckmeister Harmonies, a nameless European town is the center of a cosmic struggle. Tarr's precise yet effortless command of the long take is so transcendent as to suggest the presence of God. Every stoppage point within each shot becomes a heavenly composite of the film's collective whole." and so on -The negative stuff is only in relation to the poor quality of the DVD transfer:"Facets Video has allowed their staff of pigeons to crap on Bela Tarr's film monument. Still, Region 1 audiences will have to make do until a Criterion-like dove comes to their rescue."Not that 97% isn't respectable, but I'd love to see this rectified, it's a masterpiece after all :-)

Andy H (br) wrote: If you haven't the time to see the whole movie, just give the trailer a watch.

Vulcan S (it) wrote: one of the few intriguing triad/crime dramas under Jing Wong's producing effort in the late 90s.

Kathy O (ru) wrote: Great movie wish i could get a copy of the song on it. it is fantastic

Nicholas J (br) wrote: I used to watch Babar all the fraking time, I loved it!!!!!

Ken S (nl) wrote: Woody Allen's 1989 effort focuses primarily on two very different, yet slightly intertwined, stories. The first features Martin Landau as a successful ophthalmologist who fears his well established life may be threatened by a woman he had an affair with, who is now threatening to tell his wife. He turns to his shady brother and makes a dark decision that effects him profoundly. The other is a lighter story involving Woody Allen as a documentary filmmaker who takes a job documenting his brother-in-law, who he finds to be a pompous phony. While working on the project he falls for a producer played by Mia Farrow. It's strange how these stories shouldn't seem like they'd fit well together, yet they somehow do...and the film is really enjoyable with a great lead and supporting cast. I really do enjoy Woody Allen films.

D Gordon L (gb) wrote: Long, boring and historically questionable. It does not survive the test of time. And who would leave Irene Papas for Genevieve Bujold?

Nick M (kr) wrote: Intense thriller that was certainly memorable and unique. A very disturbing story and from time to time can feel confusing and even incomplete.

Yash B (us) wrote: It's a spooky delight from start to finish. If you're a fan of Tim Burton, you'll have a blast. There's a unique story, entertaining musical numbers, genuine thrills, and a very engaging story. I had a lot of fun seeing this movie and think it's smarter than most animated movies. Definitely worth checking out.

Craig S (fr) wrote: A little dark at times, which I like, with portions of uncomfortable timelines interweaved throughout. Definitely demands your attention I(TM)ve never heard of Luke Goss but I liked him. You may make an Indie Film Jason Statham? association while you(TM)re at it. He(TM)s believable in the role and delivers more than a few emotional scenes. Great ending that I did not see coming.

Andrey B (kr) wrote: Poor Jason. So lost in the space.