The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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What a sad commentary on humanity and the flawed justice system it relies on.
In light of the recent freedom of the 3 victims of a 20th century witch trial depicted in the film, this powerful documentary becomes essential viewing.
Um documento histórico chocante que, ao lado do clássico The Thin Blue Line, expõe as falhas grotescas do sistema judicial norte-americano.
A disturbing and incredibly difficult film to watch, but it's a fine example of documentary filmmaking done right and it'll blow your mind.
Like an exploded mirror, it dazzles unexpectedly, catching all kinds of crazy angles. It is hard to watch, and beautiful.
powerful, galling documentary
Key details seem to be left out or skipped over, but the premise and implications are important and involving.
a riveting documentary that's almost too bizarre to be believed
Should give you food for thought about how unfair the judicial system can be for those who are poor.
Never get arrested in the south.
A hard-hitting documentary that exposes the horrendous flaws of a justice system that can convict someone without any strong evidence based only on assumptions made by a jury of peers who have no instruction and are incapable of judging the case in an objective way.
Powerful documentary about how crooked the judicial system can be. This film follows the case of the West Memphis 3. This is a stunning documentary that definitely makes you ask questions. Now in this review I won't say my personal thoughts on this case, however I will say that what this film presented was a one sided case where the evidence was minimal and the verdicts were delivered as guilty due to the fact that they dressed in black, listened to heavy metal. This documentary is among the greatest documentaries ever filmed and is a must see for anyone looking for a compelling documentary. There is no doubt that the crimes committed were horrible, but what's more horrible is prosecuting the wrong people. This is a stunning film, one that should be seen. What stands out for me is how the boys accused of the crimes were vilified and directly seen as guilty because of the fact they listened to heavy metal, dressed in black and read books on the occult. The way the public perceived these three was very questionable and instead of looking at the evidence, they simply made them guilty right off the bat. This is a solidly crafted film that definitely is an eye opener. This is a hard film to watch, but also a necessary one to watch as well. Brilliant in showing both sides of the story, Paradise Lost definitely does a good job at giving the viewer his own interpretation of what is truth, and what is not. I really enjoyed the film, and though it was hard to watch, this film is still one of the most important documentaries on a criminal case ever filmed. This should be seen by anyone looking for a solid and interesting documentary.
Remarkable FILM. I'd have been at my wit's end had I had one. Murders can be a beneficial product, and can earn many a few name, fame and whatnot intentionally or otherwise. Learn to earn. And it deserves applaud for not brooding on the victims' footage (specifically dead) alone time and again..... even if that's done to spare the audience the horror of the crime. Its runtime seemed bothersome initially, but they've done a marvelous job in its execution.
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