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Description: Unchained, details badass riding by the greatest in the biz. Once again, our cinees have scoured the earth, hitting the most exotic locales and tournaments worldwide. Tune into over 2 hours of riding and extras featuring footage from Adidas Slopestyle, Crankworx, Monsterpark, Bolivia, Utah, BC Canada and Mexico on this unique double DVD.
Description: Disorderly Conduct details a new crop of fresh young rippers. Strap in and keep on for the continuing evolution of the sport with Creature Park and Crankworx slopestyle competitions, more BC stunt riding than you can throw a stick at and large air time and large booters that we're renowned for!!! Adventure to Fresh Zealand, Australia, Whistler, Europe, Alaska, BC and Utah. for me, this is the pinnacle of the disordeer series. the riding is so varied, the melody is so appropriate and it amazes me each time i see it. the greatest moment is the tour de france gap. sadly, he got arrested for it and place in french prison for 2 days! oh well, its an nice scene!
Description: Freeride Entertainment is back and traveling the world to capture the greatest riding on the planet! Filmed in HD and 16 mm, Flying High Again presents a visual landscape that feels weightless one moment and powerfully raw the next. Your heart will race as you witness in vibrant clarity the hugest airs, sickest stunts, and gnarliest urban assaults ever performed on a mountain bike! Hard-hitting tunes and loads of premium details juice up this visually tasty movie, making it a gotta see!
Description: Freewheel Burning is on fire! Like the first two chapters in the Disorder Series, Freewheel Burning puts you on the edge of your seat and takes it up a notch with the largest and baddest stunts freeriding has ever seen! Freewheel Burning sizzles with large street gaps, terrible ass bikercross, over the top dirt jumping and silly-fast single track that smokes the competition! freewheel burning is other wonderful entry. road riding makes an appearance. the fresh hell track is insane. we miss out on the unicycling and the handicap cycling, but its more than made up for by the rest of the film.
Description: American Film is the storyline of filmmaker Tag Borchardt, his mission, and his dream. Spanning over two years of intense struggle with his film, his family, financial decline, and spiritual crisis, American Film is a portrayal of ambition, obsession, excess, and one man's quest for the American Dream.
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Description: Beyond the Mat is a 1999 professional wrestling documentary, directed by Barry W. Blaustein. The film focuses on the lives of professional wrestlers outside of the ring, especially Mick Foley, Terry Funk, and Jake Roberts. The movie heavily focuses on the Globe Wrestling Federation (WWF), often criticizing it and its chairman Vince McMahon. It also follows Extreme Championship Wrestling, it's rise in popularity, and many another independent wrestlers and organisations.
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Description: What if...September 11th was not a surprise attack on America, but rather, a cold and calculated genocide by our own government?We were said that the twin turrets were hit by commercial jetliners and subsequently brought down by jet fuel. We were said that the Pentagon was hit by a Boeing 757. We were said that flight 93 ruined in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. We were said that nineteen Arabs from halfway across the globe, acting under orders from Osama Bin Laden, were responsible. What you will see here will prove without a shadow of a doubt that everything you know about 9/11 is a finished fabrication. Conspiracy theory? It's not a theory if you can prove it.Written and narrated by Dylan Avery, this movie presents a rebuttal to the official ver of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and the 9/11 Commission Report.
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Description: Archival material from the original NASA movie footage – much of it seen for the first time – plus interviews with the surviving astronauts, including Jim Lovell, Dave Scott, John Young, Gene Cernan, Mike Collins, Buzz Aldrin, Alan Bean, Edgar Mitchell, Charlie Duke and Harrison Schmitt.
Description: The Heart of the Minigame captures the passion and energy of a Seattle high school girls' basketball squad as they strive to victory the state championship, the eccentricity of their unorthodox coach, and the wonderful real storyline of one player's war to enjoy the minigame she loves.
Description: Is American foreign privacy dominated by the concept of military supremacy? Has the military become too necessary in American life? Jarecki's shrewd and clever polemic would seem to give an affirmative respond to every of these questions.
Description: Film detailing ABBA's mega-successful tour of Australia during mid-1977. While it mostly includes back-stage footage and as well as ABBA's popular songs such as "Dancing Queen", "Tiger", "Name of the Game" and "Eagle" among others sung filmed during their concerts in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide, it has the sub-plot of young country and western radio disc-jockey, Ashley, whose boss orders him to have a deep interview with ABBA and the issues he has trying to reach them as he forgets his press pass and ABBA's main bodyguard, (Tom Oliver) is determined to stop him…
Description: Eleven-year-old Fresh York Town public school children adventure into the globe of ballroom dancing and reveal pieces of themselves and their globe along the way. Said from their candid, sometimes hilarious perspectives, these children are transformed, from reluctant participants to determined competitors, from typical urban children to "ladies and gentlemen," on their method to test to compete in the final citywide.
Description: In this two-part Channel 4 series, Professor Richard Dawkins challenges what he describes as 'a process of non-thinking named faith'. He describes his astonishment that, at the begin of the 21st century, religious faith is gaining ground in the face of rational, scientific truth. Science, based on scepticism, investigation and evidence, gotta continuously use its own ideas and claims. Faith, by definition, defies evidence: it is untested and unshakeable, and is therefore in direct contradiction with science. In addition, though religions preach morality, peace and hope, in fact, tells Dawkins, they bring intolerance, violence and destruction. The growth of extreme fundamentalism in so many religions across the globe not only endangers humanity but, he argues, is in conflict with the trend over thousands of years of history for humanity to progress to become more enlightened and more tolerant.
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"Forget Us Not" is an award-winning, seventy-minute documentary presenting the experiences of what are referred to as Nazism's "other victims." History's focus is on the six million Jews the Nazis murdered because Nazism's focus was on Jews. But it is a tragedy, and a nice lie, that too many folks have no concept that Nazism also targeted non-Jews. When I speak about the Holocaust, I ask audiences, "What group did the Nazis mass murder first and last, even after they surrendered to the Allies?" No one has yet been able to respond that question. The respond is handicapped Germans. If you are surprised, you don't understand Nazism. A nice first step would be viewing "Forget Us Not." Ron Perlman provides sonorous narration. Archival black and white movie clips are interspersed throughout, including one brief, insufferable shot of Nazis laughing. Lieutenant Commander Jack H. Taylor, "the first Navy Seal," testifies to the horrors of Mauthausen. What melody there is is excellent. Most of "Forget Us Not" consists of four living survivors saying their own stories. Wilhelm Heckman's storyline is said via voice-over narration and photographs. Heckman was a musician and alleged to be a homosexual; he was interned in Mauthausen. Robert Wagemann is the most articulate interviewee. Before his birth, his mother was imprisoned for distributing Jehovah's Witness pamphlets. His mother's obstetrician was Jewish, and thanks to Nazi policies, he disappeared. Wagemann was a breach birth, and his mother had only a midwife for help. Wagemann's hip was injured. When Wagemann was five years old, he was ordered to report for a physical. His mother overheard a doctor telling that he'd break for lunch, come back, and murder Wagemann. Nazi Aktion T4 was designed to eliminate defective people. Wagemann's mother grabbed her son and rushed to the exit. A nun blocked their escape; Wagemann's mother was insistent. She took her naked son to a riverbank and dressed him in the policy of the reeds. Wagemann told his target was to communicate to young folks living in the West how fortunate they are, and what type of freedom they have. "Tolerance and conscience is the most necessary thing," he says. "To war racism and hate you have to have tolerance. You have to look upon the next person as your human brother and human sister. You have to support him when he is in need...if you slash yourself what comes out is red. If he cuts himself, it's the same color." Ceija Stojka was an Austrian-Romani survivor of Auschwitz and Bergen- Belsen. Her family was Catholic. Her interview offers the most graphic features of horror. She describes the death of her tiny brother Ossi from typhus, dead bodies of babies rolling out of trains when the doors were opened, and her attempt to match decapitated heads to appropriate bodies when she came upon an "insanely large" pile of corpses. Natalia Orloff-Klauer was Ukrainian. Her parents were rounded up and used by the Nazis as slave laborers. Her experience was one of slow starvation and hideous conditions. Her mother became ill, never recovered, and died shortly after the war. Later, Orloff-Klauer survived the firebombing of Dresden. Even rescue presented nightmares; survivors had to be stripped naked, shaved, deloused, and paraded for inspection. After the fight she lived in a damaged railway car. The Grace Presbyterian Church of Wichita, Kansas sponsored the surviving members of her family and made it possible for her to come to the US. Veronika Young was a Polish slave laborer. Her interview was the least satisfying. Young repeatedly stated that she did not remember key details, including the name of the city she was born in. She told things like "It was horrible." I want the filmmaker had found a more articulate and authoritative Polish survivor. There are certainly all too many Polish survivors of Nazi atrocities. After Jews and Gypsies/Rom, Poles were the most persecuted national group under the Nazis. The Poles' role in WW II was key, and better understanding of what the Nazis did to Poles would support the viewer.Filmmaker Heather E. Connell's previous work addressed orphans in Cambodia. Her humanitarian approach is clear. Connell devotes the final twenty mins of the movie to the founding of the United Nations, to mention of another genocides, and to every survivor's exhortations to the audience. Realize how lucky you are, survivors insist to young viewers. Be tolerant. Take care of every other. Never again. The "other victims" are often ignored for ideological reasons. I know students who have been lead to trust by Christophobic scholars and media that Nazism was a Christian phenomenon; in fact, Nazism vowed to destroy Christianity and Dachau was known as Germany's biggest monastery, because of all the clergy interned there. Nazism was inspired by atheism, scientism, Darwinism, and neo-Paganism. Attention to Nazism's "other victims" can clarify ideological propaganda. "Forget Us Not" doesn't deliever enough notification to the viewer to understand how every group of victims differed. Yes, Nazis killed Ukrainians, but it's necessary to remember that Ukrainians, at first, were significant in their lvl of collaboration and genocidal killings of Poles. Jehovah's Witnesses were concentration camp inmates, but they were accorded relatively preferential treatment. "Three million Polish citizens marked with the letter P met their deaths in the camps," the movie states. Three million Polish non-Jews did not die in concentration camps. Young tells she was in Saarbrucken concentration camp and Orloff-Klauer tells she was in Bibigan concentration camp; I cannot search either in lists of the camps. Otherwise, though, for its intimate portraits of "other victims," this movie is recommended.
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