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Drama | Thriller
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
97 min
IMDB Rating:
5.1 / 10 
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Directors: Edward James Olmos [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A psychotic oil matriarch leaves the whole industry exposed when she attempts to outfight a bullish farmer whose water has been poisoned.


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Great Movie

Shocking and eye Opening. It gives You something to think about.

Slaying the Slippery Dragon...

People, population and ecology destroyers like Shore Oil are more like eels than dragons. Writhing around leaving trails of slime to distort the truth and cloud the waters, waters already soured and poisoned by there ill gotten gains. This isn't the most accomplished ecological fight film you're likely to have come across but it bolsters a perpetual theme that needs to be continually reinforced. Kate Bosworth is excellent as Gigi and we've all come across Tahmoh Penikett's character Anders on our travels, as he plays the white privileged man who knows better than everyone else and believes he's immortal.

another no country for old guys

Its a drama and action infested dark mysterious, version of many things, also the 10 great plauges of egypt has some equivallence, to what i felt like a slowplottet multifasceted choice of the golden age of actors, that doesnt have that much punch left, and a devil youll learn the name of if you hang on to the bitter end. there are quite a lot mediocre story development and telling, so if your an somniacic humanyou might feel the silent urge to take a nap there in the dark

its a film that if youre binging films one night, do start with this one so you spare the best till the end,no suggestions from me though what that should be, the grumpy old man didnt find it outstanding at all, so a 6 and a small recommend
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