...disturbing images, but I knew what I was getting into by watching a film from the Wachowski Brothers, the force behind The Matrix trilogy. Kudos to Hugo Weaving as 'V' (Smith in The Matrix) for defining his humanity through a mask.
6. I just saw it last night. Great movie. It "Hit the nail on the head"..
so to speak.
I wish we had such a freedom fighter amongst us today. I know this for sure: We will all have to face a great deal more of "black bagging", torture, loss of loved ones, and fear, before the blind among us are awakened to the horrors they have allowed.
and loved it. Even though he's seen it, he says he's going to buy the DVD, because he wants to support the ones who made it. He believes in supporting those who speak the truth. Can you tell I'm a proud mom? He and my other children are the reasons I support Cindy so much. I can only try to imagine how I would feel, to lose the three most precious people in my life.
But Chertoff made clear his belief that wider authority could thwart future attacks at a time when Congress is reviewing the proper scope of the Bush administration's executive powers for its warrantless eavesdropping program and military tribunals for detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
"What helped the British in this case is the ability to be nimble, to be fast, to be flexible, to operate based on fast-moving information," he said. "We have to make sure our legal system allows us to do that. It's not like the 20th century, where you had time to get warrants."
the axe of the heavy stereotype has been levelled at the anonymous internet masque, undressed and obsessed suicide bomber obsessed with the natural law maxim that making justice for one's own is making justice for all... nothing is an accident, anticedent aliament, ailment, ailing, aping, bushian creedy dastardly eloquence fetched ghastly harrowing ignorant juevenile kleptocrats left mad of pleasantry quixotic regurgitation stimulating totalitarian unpleasantness validating worldly xenophobic yesterday's z.
29. Misogynistic, superficial, masterbatory, but excellent cinematography.
The ending where all the people who'd been killed by the oppressive government suddenly were alive & okay was sentimental hoakum. The idea of the good guy being the guy who blew up stuff could have been provocative, if it hadn't been treated with such two dimensional thinking. The whole thing was based on a comic book--a medium geared toward superficial treatment of complex topics.
If you're gonna make a movie that's intellectually shallow, you need to at least make it fun. This is the same reason that the first Star Wars movie rocked and the next five all sucked.
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