Persuasive viewpoints of over 1,700 architects and engineers who believe the unsettling theory that scientific forensic evidence points to explosive controlled demolition of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on September 11, 2001.
Based on the acclaimed book by ecologist and cancer survivor Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D., Living Downstream is an eloquent and cinematic feature-length documentary following Sandra during one... See full summary »
Ricky tracks down some allegedly bad frat boys, ties them up and sings them cheesy 80s heavy metal songs until one confesses to his crime... but just as he confesses, he breaks free from ... See full summary »
A businessman with a compulsive gambling problem which has led to his wife leaving him, travels to Reno, Nevada for some gambling therapy which takes a turn when he picks up a psychotic serial killer posing as a hitchhiker.
Bruce "the Mouse" Strauss is proud to hold the unofficial record for getting knocked out in boxing rings on every continent except Antarctica. He is a lousy boxer; but he knows it, and is happy to amuse audiences.
Few will stumble across OSA as it seems to only be part of The Oliver Stone Collection.
The Oliver Stone Collection is an exceptional value, by the way. 10 Special Edition versions for about $25 at Amazon.
Anyway, OSA is basically Oliver Stone talking for an hour plus. Occasionally he is asked questions but mostly he takes us where his thoughts naturally lead.
Unlike 90+% of directors, Oliver Stone knows how to make a useful point in a film. If you have listened to any of his commentaries you will already know this. OSA is an even more concentrated dose of Oliver, and it worked for me.
OSA rates a 3.5* out of 4*. Spring for The Collection -- more than worth it.
My first comment submission was ignored/discarded for some reason so this is a re-submitting.
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