Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up?
This documentary chronicles half a century of hostile U.S.-Cuba relations. The film highlights decades of assassinations and sabotage at first backed by Washington, then ignored by the very government that launched a "war against terrorism."
Award-winning director Saul Landau embarks on an in-depth exploration of Miami-Havana politics through the story of the Cuban 5, a group of spies sent by the Castro government to infiltrate... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up? torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: A sick twisted plot makes up the movie Gone Girl. This movie starts off like it could be made for an oscar type movie but ended off being just a typical David Fincher movie. Great performances from Roslyn Pike and Ben Affleck. The supporting actors\actresses also did a great job too. The movie will leave you wanting more and more. The only negative I see with this movie is how many plot holes there are and the twisted ending. Otherwise Gone Girl is one of the better movies this year
(jp) wrote: This low-key indie sci-fi boasts of a perfect mix of pathos and mystery. The discovery of Earth Two serves as the backdrop for a painful love story. Mike Cahill(TM)s confident direction and Brit Marling(TM)s convincing lead performance will take you to sci-fi wonderland.
(au) wrote: A darkly obsessive tale of a Tony Manero impersonator. Black comedy peppers Larrain's Santiago set film. Intriguing and sometimes shocking.
(nl) wrote: Much more good than bad, but the bad is pretty distracting.Though the cinematography is slick and attractive, the editing is extremely flawed. This leaves the film disjointed and choppy; certain scenes become complete non-sequiturs, some of the action gets muddy, and jump cuts occasionally get ahead of themselves. Another round in the editing room could seriously improve the storytelling, because the right elements for an extremely compelling and rewarding character drama are there, they're just poorly communicated. The structure of something great is present, but it isn't filled out.My second biggest problem was Raymond J. Barry. He was dull and often awkward as the eponymous gangster, there's only the occasional flash of the charisma and appeal his character is supposed to have. He delivers almost all his dialogue in an unsteady, disinterested mumble, and gritty realism may be unintelligible, but realism of that kind certainly puts a damper on the plot and characterisation. The other actors were uniformly excellent, (especially Michael Weatherly who shone with genuine brilliance every time he was given half a chance), though none of them have quite as much to do as they should. Danny and Charlie's Parole Officer both needed more development as individuals and a little more background would have helped the father/son relationship a lot.Give me a reason why Danny admires Charlie so much and I would have been more willing to go along for the ride with them. Their reunion and Charlie's allure and charm as a successful gangster was rushed past and barely present, respectively. Danny's first defining character trait is uneasiness with authority and a fervent desire to remain out of prison. Why does he then turn around and become a disciple of his father without any kind of intermediate process of rationalisation? Yes, he wants to hold on to his father at any cost, but where is the indecision and what about Charlie's behaviour resolves him? As it was, his hero worship and abandonment issues must be extrapolated and his anger with his father is more prominent than the idealisation that makes him want to follow in the old man's footsteps. I know where the story is coming from, because it is such a classic story, but I would have preferred to actually see it on the screen instead of inferring it.Basically, a clearer emotional progression was needed for Danny and frankly, I didn't find Charlie likeable enough for his place in the story to function. He's despicable, but he should be charmingly despicable and I was not convinced he was charming.
(ag) wrote: 4/10hard to describe that movie
(it) wrote: It was ok. It wasn't better than the first.
(mx) wrote: As far as a fictional account of these people (all star cast) facing this event goes, its good. However, the film wants to be propaganda, and its fails. I've seen the movie twice, and I still have no idea either what the WTO is, or why its considered bad.
(es) wrote: Good casting and translation by Simon Pegg, but generally poor animation and boring plot. Interest low budget concept film from Norway that could've been over an hour shorter. Christopher Nielson, if he gets a real budget and animation team, has promise.
(fr) wrote: Bad, even by 70/80s exploitation-movie standards. Random, implausible plot, sloppy direction. Nothing makes sense. Just about every minute there is something which is inconsistent or just plain stupid. Acting is plain bad.
(gb) wrote: Almsot the Yojimbo story.
(nl) wrote: There is a lot to like in this, particularly some of the minor characterisations and the cinematogaphy - the opening shots are fantastic - but not up to his best work.
(au) wrote: Fresh from his SOUTH PACIFIC success on Broadway, MGM tried (and failed) to make a Hollywood star out of Ezio Pinza; Technicolor and Lana Turner attempted to help, but to no avail.
(ag) wrote: It is what it is, even if it is a bit predictable. In Italy, Visconti was surely innovative.
(de) wrote: When it comes to independent films, you have certain lowered expectation in terms of technical quality. With some better acting, Daddy's Little Girl could have been something really special. Unfortunately, the calibre of the performances isn't just "not good", it's distractingly bad, constantly pulling you out of the moment every time a character opens their mouth.
(br) wrote: 9.5/10. 12-1-2016Original rating: 6-3-2012 (8/10)
(ca) wrote: F+At least 'The Starving Games' tries to satirize the tropes of the usual Blockbuster movie with 'Spaceballs' levels of merchandising meta-humor, gags at the ridiculousity of action team-ups ('The Avengers', 'The Expendables'), but it is so full of continuity errors that made me baffled over 'Epic Movie' (also directed by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer), and has gags that barely earn a laugh.
(de) wrote: Anderson crafted the most complete tale of the 21th century and in the process created a masterpiece rich in every aspect of filmmaking. One might think that it revolves around oil excavations and religion nuances, but it actually delves into a characterization of ambition and the destructive paths one may walk because of it. Prime exemple of everything done right in a film, but most of all a great exemple of character development and growth which just shows the amazing script it had to work with. Definitely a film worth the time to study and examine to the core.