Posts Tagged ‘politics’
Neither partisan nor propaganda, Michael Bay's film stares down the absurdity of 21st-century warfare politics with the force & brutal efficiency of a howitzer.
An ill fit for Sean Penn on fronts of art and altruism, "The Gunman" plays like something the actor, co-writer and producer probably loathes: "voluntourism."
More than just an environmental documentary, "Uranium Drive-In" presents a compelling look at both sides of a complex issue.
A shotgun marriage between real and fictional fearmongering that invites you to the wedding, lets you decide on which side to sit, and definitely omits a sermon.
Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at last year's Oscars, "No" is a political period piece that's worthy of the hype.
A politically charged social commentary, "A Whisper to a Roar" is an inspiring documentary focused on highlighting the power of a collective people.
People will be talking about "The Dictator" in 10 years — just about whether it emboldened Sacha Baron Cohen to greater challenges or mired him in mediocrity.
A relatively engaging based-on-true-events fish movie, "Big Miracle" satisfies all of the requirements of the inspirational true story.
This political documentary succeeds by being very respectful and intelligent.
"W." — in which Oliver Stone's usually wicked satire turned toward subtle invective — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
Bill Maher tells a lot of political and religious jokes that just seem dull at this point.