Movie reviews of popular politically-driven films that portray the good, bad and ugly of government happenings.
Fight Less, Love More : 5 Minute Conversations to Change Your Relationship without Blowing Up or Giving In
Every relationship has its fair share of disagreements and conflicts. However, when these conflicts escalate into fights, they can cause significant damage to the relationship. In this book, "Fight Less, Love More: 5 Minute Conversations to Change Your Relationship without Blowing Up or Giving In," we will explore practical ways to reduce conflict and improve communication in our relationships. We will examine the common patterns that lead to fights, and how to shift these patterns to create a more loving and harmonious relationship.
Documentary Review: 'Downwind' and the Atrocities of Nuclear Weapons Testing in America
Downwind (2023) Directed by Douglas Brian Miller, Mark Shapiro Written by Documentary Starring Martin Sheen, Patrick Wayne, Michael Douglas
Documentary Review: 'Filmmakers for the Prosecution' is a Must-See
Filmmakers for the Prosecution (2023) Directed by Jean-Christophe Klotz Written by Documentary Release Date January 27th, 2023
Which countries in the globe will be annihilated by World War 3?
The treaties are done, the weaponry are on full alert, and World War 3 is on the horizon. Where is the ideal location to be... And which nations are doomed to be annihilated in the largest global battle in 80 years? Get on this eye-catching revelation to find out which nations will be entirely wiped out! 💣❌🤯
Movie Review: 'On Sacred Ground' Vets and Native Americans Vs Oil Company Profits
On Sacred Ground (2023) Directed by Josh Trickell, Rebecca Harrell Trickell Written by Josh Trickell, Rebecca Harrell Trickell, William Mapother
Documentary Review: 'Kaepernick & America' is a Must See
Kaepernick & America (2022) Directed by Ross Hockrow, Tommy Walker Written by Documentary Starring Nate Boyer, Hue Jackson, April Dinwoodie
Documentary Review: 'This Land' Fails to Bridge the American Political Divide
This Land (2022) Directed by Matthew Palmer Produced by Jim Cummings Starring America Release Date September 6th, 2022
Why There’s No Difference Between Harry Potter and Ritual Movies From Asaba - Segun Arinze
Earlier this year, after a lot of stories started coming out about ritual killings happening around the nation, the Federal Government through Lai Mohammed announced that they had directed the National Film and Video Censors Board to take up the issue of rituals in Nollywood. They believed that Nollywood was to blame for the increase in ritual killings and a number of societal vices.
Classic Documentary Review: 'The Wobblies' Reflects on the History of American Labor
On April 28th, 2022, the AFL-CIO will celebrate Workers Memorial Day, a day dedicated to those who lost their lives in the battle for better working conditions, better pay, and generally better treatment of the American working class. International Workers Day follows soon after on May 1st and again, labor unions will be heralded for the remarkable strides made from the early days of the labor movement, days remembered for remarkably brave men and women who defied the ruling class and fought on behalf of the working class.
The Voyage Of Russian Sailors To Unknown Fates
The film "Kursk" by Danish director Thomas Winterberg is considered one of the "human catastrophes" films that nature disavows, because those who caused them or those behind them are human beings like us, but they are not necessarily normal and their hearts do not beat in front of a painful human catastrophe that led to the death of 118 Russian sailors without A hair is shaking for Russian President Vladimir Putin, or for his narrow circle of advisers and senior officials who do not dare to transcend greatness and false pride and arrogance.
Documentary Review: 'I Am Here'
In 2019, a group of white nationalists in South Africa started engaging in Holocaust denial. One woman, a longtime resident of South Africa, responded not by meeting their hate and ignorance with more hate but by bravely asking these young men to meet with her and talk with her and hear her story. That woman’s name is Ella Blumenthal, she’s 98 years old and she survived stints in three different German extermination camps during World War 2.
Review of 'Munich: The Edge of War'
I guess this was a perfect night to watch Munich: The Edge of War on Netflix. Russia is on the verge of invading Ukraine. The Trumpists -- including Trump himself -- have still not been brought to justice for their insurrection and attack on our Capitol last January 6. And the movie is based on the novel Munich by Robert Harris, author of the alternate-history masterpiece Fatherland, in which Germany won the Second World War. Not as much of a masterpiece as Philip K. Dick's The Man in the High Castle (made into an incandescent series on Amazon), for sure, but I'd watch a movie based on a Harris novel any time.