Troublemaking duo Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno, posing as their industrious alter-egos, expose the people profiting from Hurricane Katrina, the faces behind the environmental disaster in Bhopal, and other shocking events.
A heart-racing documentary portrait of Carl Boenish, the father of the BASE jumping movement, whose early passion for skydiving led him to ever more spectacular -and dangerous- feats of foot-launched human flight.
Confined in an apartment from a New York housing project, the six Angulo brothers learned everything they know about the world through watching films and spend their time reenacting their favorite movies with intricate homemade costumes.
I'm a huge fan of The Yes Men. They are the kind of people who make me believe that one should never stop hoping. Maybe their previous movie was better than this one, but it's understandable why. In the mean time, they got older and one of them has now wife and kids. It's not easy to be an activist, especially when you need money, i.e., have to work to survive. This movie is more personal. It shows how frustrated they got, reason why they look a bit tired and needed so long to make another movie. Nevertheless it's still very good and the subject is very important. Like the other one, this movie has funny moments and is very inspiring. I wish they would make more movies more often. Don't stop, Yes Men!
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