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(355) 7.5 100 min 2015

Time to Choose is a movie starring Oscar Isaac, Peter Agnefjall, and Tasso Azevedo. Documentary filmmaker Charles Ferguson turns his lens to address worldwide climate change challenges and solutions.

Tasso Azevedo, Oscar Isaac, Peter Agnefjall, Neal Barnard
Charles Ferguson

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Charles Ferguson
Writer Charles Ferguson, Chad Beck
Stars Tasso Azevedo, Oscar Isaac, Peter Agnefjall, Neal Barnard
Country USA
Also Known As Afgørelsens time, Czas wyboru
Runtime 1H 40M
Description Documentary filmmaker Charles Ferguson turns his lens to address worldwide climate change challenges and solutions.

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Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 17:55

I went into this film not knowing what to expect. I knew it would be a documentary about a human right in the middle east and that it was made by a Muslim. I was also very familiar with the Prophet Mohammed. I found that the film was well researched, documented and interesting. I think the filmmakers have done a good job in bringing the information to the audience. I think the film should have been shorter, but still gave the audience an overview of the Islamic calendar. As an Arab, I feel like the film has given the audience the ability to get a feel of the time in the Middle East. The most important point the film brought was that Islam is about freedom and equality. We can't just paint all Muslims as bad. The film also showed that people who are living in poverty do not necessarily hate and fear others and what religion they follow. It also showed that people who are living in poverty in the middle east were not only Muslims, but also Christians, Jews and Hindus. This was something I did not know about the Middle East. I would also like to thank the Muslim leaders that were interviewed for their insight and their knowledge. For example, Imam Mohammad Zaki Asad, the imam of the Ummah mosque in San Diego, said that the Middle East is a beautiful country. He also said that the Middle East is a very violent and unstable region. I felt that this film showed that the issues that are being raised are legitimate and should not be ignored. This film shows that if you don't want to have your family, friends or neighbors be forced to convert to Islam, it's your choice. It also shows that there is no one right answer. The film also shows that some are very good and some are very bad. The film also shows that there are people that support the Islamic calendar and that there are people that don't want it to be used. This is something that I would like to have seen in the film. As for the film itself, it was very well made and well researched. The documentary makers were very thorough and professional. I would like to say that the film was a must see for everyone. The film makers did a great job in bringing the information to the audience. I think that this film should be released to the public as soon as possible. I feel that the movie should be released to the public so that people will have an opportunity to see this film.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 11:45

When a series of natural disasters strike the US, is it too late to take the matter into our own hands? Four men are featured in this documentary that chronicles the reaction to the devastating floods in August 2004 in New Orleans. The first is a man in his sixties named Bryan O'Neil, who works as a foreman at a steel plant. He says he was asleep when the storm hit and woke up to see his house destroyed and he lost everything. He says he's proud of the way he handled the situation, and it's obvious that he has put a lot of thought into his decision to not evacuate the area. His comments are spot-on and he says he is still somewhat angry at the government for not being there to help. The next is the son of a local city councilman, Danny Boyer, who is the mayor of the city. Danny is not a particularly strong politician, but he says the people were put in a terrible position. He said the mayor was not there to protect the citizens of the city, but to make money for himself. The final man is Zach Walsh, a 31-year-old college student who is in New Orleans on a visit. He was living in a room in a motel for three months before his plane was recalled. He says the storm has changed his life forever, but he feels that he is responsible for the disaster. He feels he is a failure because he did not do his part. I am not a great fan of documentaries and think they should not be used to make political points, but this film was truly gripping. I highly recommend it.
Monday, 23 Mar 2020 02:08

The TV show "Mystery Science Theater 3000" has a cult following that is unmatched in the world. Their characters include the menacing, gory monster, the foul-mouthed mad scientist, the vulgar "Brick" (later named "Spinal Tap" and his friend "dinosaur"), the geeky jock, the nerdy, geeky girl, the conservative, religious nut, the slimy freak and of course, the most iconic, most outrageous character, the dorky, annoying main character. They are usually loud, brash, and provocative. The set of the "MST3K" is based around a computer which allows them to use certain items on the screen. For example, they can put "food" and "prevent" in a row and it will make a sound. Other items include "cannibals" (an insect with two eyes) and "rocks" (a rock that someone has carved into a shape). The set of the TV show is very large, the actors are average, and the plot is almost non-existent. But if you are into "MST3K" you will probably love this documentary. The documentary is a fictional account of the show's creation. Each episode is about a month long, starting from the first one. Each of the first episode is about a movie of a certain genre. In the "Sci-Fi channel episode", they describe how a movie was made and the order in which they were made. There are also other "Sci-Fi Channel episodes" which are sort of ads for the show. This documentary covers some of the most important episodes and features very little about the other episodes. One of the most interesting segments is a segment called "The Battle of the Bands". It is not really a movie, but instead a brief, non-descript discussion of the previous episode and how it came to be. The story is sort of a parody of a rock-and-roll movie. They also parody the "MST3K" slogan. "You'll Never Look at a Robot the same Way Again" is also one of the most funny segments of the documentary. There are a lot of clips from the movie, so I recommend that you watch the movie before you watch the movie.
Saturday, 21 Mar 2020 03:30

The subject of voting for the "Ultimate Film of the Year" has been around for a long time, and it has been the subject of an endless number of films, from the Razzie Awards to the Academy Awards, with plenty of false starts and false winners. That said, it's been more than a decade since the first nominees for this title have been announced, and this film is the newest contender for Best Documentary, which should at least be exciting enough to make you watch it. This is a documentary about the practice of choosing the best film of the year. It focuses on the "bundling" of the best films of the year to a studio, and how that's a controversial topic in the industry, which is especially relevant when it comes to today's big studios. From indie films to big studio films, the debate over which films are the best is still very much alive, and it is clear that the studios are trying to use that to their advantage. The filmmakers take a different angle than most other documentaries on the topic, and it is this that makes it so interesting. The story is told by the film's director, Julia Ormond, who was also its editor. We learn that there's no right or wrong answer, as the studios are letting the vote decide. What the voters do is actually very much like picking a movie, and the choice that voters make to "bundle" the best films to a studio is really quite fascinating. If you're not a fan of this kind of documentary, you might not be into it. But for those who are, this is an important film about the voting process, and how it's not always about the films themselves, but the people behind them. I think the film is incredibly well-made, and it certainly makes for an interesting watch. The most interesting aspect of the film is that it makes you feel like you're in the studio, in a very personal way. It's not just a matter of "I love the films they're bundling", it's a matter of how the people behind these films feel. I think it's fascinating how they do this, how they're trying to convince themselves of how good the films are, how they feel when they vote, and it's just a fascinating process that I think is really important to examine. The only downside to the film is that it is almost too long, but it's still quite well-made. It's hard to talk about the film without talking about the cast, and I'll admit that I didn't find that to be that much of a problem, as they are the best part of the film. Ben Stiller was great as the executive producer, and I can definitely see why he was chosen for this role, as he's been involved in many projects in his life that he's really good at. I think he's a very engaging actor, and I loved the way he worked with Ormond to create a great interview. However, I did think that Chris Cooper was a little bit underused, and his role was just a little bit too small. He did do a good job, but I think he would've been more involved with the film if he was in the same film as the other actors. The only other person who I felt could've been in the same film with the other actors was John Turturro, but he did do a good job as well. Overall, I think this is a very interesting film that's definitely worth watching. It's hard to find a fault with it, and it is very well-made. I would definitely recommend it.
Tuesday, 17 Mar 2020 13:48

What was once a Hollywood party with some real stars, has now become a movie set to the top of the charts. Before I watch this movie I usually go to a theater that is always closed and it is now a show to the tops. The "summer" movie experience is back and better than ever. The movie I watched was the latest of the summer movies to make it big and its the same movie I always watch the most. The year is 2001 and the movie was a hit and made it to the top 250. The movie is called "Before Sunrise" and its about two best friends on the way to get married. What happens when they meet up with the man of their dreams and how it changes their lives. This movie is amazing and really makes you want to know more about the characters and what happens to them and you as the viewer. The movie also has a great message about how important it is to make a connection and how the two friends make a connection and love each other. It also gives the viewer a sense of the ups and downs of a relationship and how those who end up with the person they want to end up with is just as important as who they choose. The movie is fantastic and it really makes you feel like you are in a dream. This is a must see movie and if you love movies you have to see it. I have seen this movie at least a dozen times and it is still going strong. I have watched it on DVD and I am sure I will be watching it again in a few years. If you are like me and you want to see a movie that is a great experience, I highly recommend this movie. If you want to see a movie with a message, this is the movie to see.

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