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- Thu Jun 22, 2017 5:43 pm
- Forum: Film Discussion
- Topic: Capitalism: A love story
- Replies: 12
- Views: 1961
Where to invade next was an interesting choice to show how liberal other societies in Europe were in comparision to the USA and issues can also be applicable to the UK. it's a nice mixture of humour whilst alternatives are show to having a hard nosed approach to everything.
My review after free preview a few months: This is the first film directed by Mel Gibson I have seen and completed since watching Braveheart on a coach during my 1997 coach trip in Paris. Overall this is his first directed film in 10 years since Apocalypto (2006). This has received standing ovations...
I thought film was slow in beginning but wanted to reach to the point of the plot quickly. However I really enjoyed the battle where the battles were a reminder of battles in the original trilogy. The new droid K-2S0 was one of the best aspects of the film. Forest Whitaker sounded like Idi Amin and ...
Interesting ideas in the first place with the rumour of someone's reputation. The use of the same music attempts to make all the ideas comical with a pessimistic leading character with a flawed logic. However the ideas don't build up to an exciting climax.
Here we have a movie which has received maximum publicity from an unlikely source which has brought studio politics and the White House into the limelight. Perhaps it could be said that the film itself may have merely got the attention via the perusal online trailers and promotions and weekly review...