The Unknown Known

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Director
Errol Morris
Runtime
1 h 42 min
Release Date
29 August 2013
Genres
Documentary
Overview
Former United States Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, discusses his career in Washington D.C. from his days as a congressman in the early 1960s to planning the invasion of Iraq in 2003
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VJ Morton1
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  • The Unknown Known

    ★★½ Watched 11 Jan, 2015

    THE UNKNOWN KNOWN (Errol Morris, USA, 2014, 5)

    I obviously knew going in that an Errol Morris film about a former wartime secretary of defense would resemble FOG OF WAR. But I was unprepared for how exactly everything I said more than a decade ago about the McNamara film applies to the Rumsfeld film just as well. Indeed this review vjmorton.wordpress.com/2003/09/12/tiff-day-five-with-grades-from-day-8/ from a decade ago would really only need to have its proper nouns altered to be as applicable and… more

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Debbie Schlussel1
The New York Post



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  • Wknd Box Office: Draft Day, Oculus, The Face of Love, The Unknown Known
    Blog Posts Movie Reviews Oculus“: This is one of several movies produced in recent years by WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) with no-name actors. It’s a horror movie. While it is not a great movie, it was better than I expected. It’s not original, and I feel like I’ve seen several movies very similar to it (some of them better, most of them about the same). It’s definitely been done in one version or another before. It’s a little bit bloody and it’s slightly scarier than many horror movies I’ve seen lately, though the ending is somewhat predictable. The story: a young son is convicted of murdering his father (who is believed to have murdered his wife, the son’s mother), and is just about to be released from juvenile prison at age 21. His sister wants to help clear him and prove that the crime was caused by a possessed antique mirror her father had in his home office. She takes her brother to the house where the incidents occurred and puts the mirror up. She sets up a system of video cameras, timers, and a kill switch mechanism–all designed to prove the powers of the mirror and capture what really happened in the house all these years ago. The constant flashbacks and flash forwards in this movie are confusing (especially when present day characters are shown in flashbacks) and make the movie a little herky-jerky. And, like I said, this isn’t a great movie. It’s okay, though, for what it is (a horror thriller), and it’s somewhat entertaining, even if it moves a little slowly. I don’t think I’d pay ten bucks-plus to see this. But I might watch it on video. ONE REAGAN ]]>
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