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Boom Bust Boom

Boom Bust Boom is a movie starring Terry Jones, George Magnus, and Robert Shiller. Terry Jones guides us through the history and the nature of the economic boom-bust cycle and why people repeatedly ignore it to their sorrow.

Other Titles
Boom Bust Boom Bust Boom - Your Part in Ruining the Economy, Boom Bust Boom: Your Part in Ruining the Economy
Running Time
1 hours 14 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
History, Documentary
Director
Ben Timlett, Bill Jones, Terry Jones
Writer
Theo Kocken, Terry Jones
Actors
Zvi Bodie, Terry Jones, George Magnus, Robert Shiller
Country
USA, UK, Netherlands
Year
2015
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Terry Jones presents Boom Bust Boom. The result of a meeting between writer, director, historian and Python Terry Jones and economics professor and entrepreneur Theo Kocken. Co-written by Jones and Kocken and featuring John Cusack, Nobel Prize winners Daniel Kahneman, Robert J Shiller and Paul Krugman, the film is part of a global movement to change the economic system through education to protect the world from boom and bust. A unique look at why economic crashes happen, Boom Bust Boom is a multimedia documentary combining live action with animation and puppetry to explain economics to everyone.

Comments about history «Boom Bust Boom» (20)

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Barbara

I just got done watching this film and was compelled to write this review. Not for the "for" or "against" I'm sure there's plenty of that out there, but this film is for the "for" and "against" that I found it very interesting and riveting. The director (John Michael Higgins) and writer (Monsanto) are most likely working with a new technology that would go unnoticed and unexplored. It is a film that was probably more-or-less ignored by the Hollywood industry. I had never heard of it until I saw the film. I will definitely be looking for this film to see if it is something that I can use as an example of how this technology is working. I was not aware that there are some negative aspects to the world, but I think the majority of the people should be aware of the advancements and just be okay with it. I found the positives very interesting. I did not see the film because it was advertised for the "gimmicks" as I am sure a lot of people did, but I really enjoyed it and found it very insightful. I will probably look for the film again when I have the time. All the people I have discussed this film with have been very interested and not dissimilar to the people I was talking about the film with. The film is more of a drama and the people were either very impressed or really weren't satisfied. Some have said that it was too slow and boring, but it was something I really enjoyed. I feel that this is because it was very suspenseful. I have read reviews that say that the film was not that suspenseful and that it just sat on the edge of being too slow. I disagree. This film is a thriller. There is not really a plot, but instead a string of events that takes place. It is a very interesting film and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about what the "biohacking" means.

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Patricia B.

This film was given to me as a gift from my grandfather in 1961. My grandfather had a series of dark nights, rainy days and sleepless nights, and in this film, he is depicted as the matron of a local black family in the 1930's. The father is a local legend, a preacher who had an unfortunate association with the Ku Klux Klan. The family had a proud past in the 1930's, and as a result, the film portrayed them in an accurate manner. I thought this film was a very important film to this family, but also reflected a very unfortunate time in their history.

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Anthony Castillo

There's no doubt in my mind that Boomerang, and especially our little documentary, was an outgrowth of the Power Point system that we used in high school. With the great attention to detail that the camera focuses on, and the sound effects that are too loud to let the story develop in the quietest moments of the school day. I also really liked the way the camera zooms in on the various students from the viewpoint of each student, and the perspective in which the director used to tell the story. But I think that it also demonstrates that we need to teach our children to think and question what they see in the world around them, and to question their beliefs. I do have a problem with the subject matter of the film. I do not believe that some people can just love something just because they are a part of it, and it's a form of learning. For example, I think the kind of people who believe in God are just as qualified to believe in anything as anybody else, and that the basis for belief in God, that there is a God, and that He wants all people to be good, is the same belief as any other religion. But I also don't think that that should be the subject matter of the film, because that can lead to a problem of intolerance and "ban" the belief. As you know, we have not really changed our world, in the last 50 years, but we have moved to the point where we could probably not. It's hard to imagine that, and that's what's so wonderful about the movie, is that it shows that, in fact, it's possible. I hope that people can learn from this film, and that they can look at things from a different perspective, and use it to their advantage. They can also learn from the effects of this shift to a culture of intolerance, and the type of society that is currently living in the U.S. I think that Boomerang is a great film for that purpose. It shows that some people can love something just because it's there, and that it's not something that they have to learn to accept. As for me, I think that it's a good thing to have something that teaches people about the world, and the people who are living in it, and the people that are not living in it. That it's good to have something to hold onto, and to talk about with your friends. I have a problem with people who are not looking for that kind of dialogue, but rather just want to be happy and to believe in a Creator. I think that is what is really sad about the world today. We are so obsessed with things that are true and real, that we forget that, and that we are all capable of love. I hope that people like myself will look at things from a different angle, and try to be true to ourselves.

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Jeffrey Brooks

Director Robert Richardson has always had a penchant for shooting documentaries, and with this film he delivers the goods. The same can be said for his "Ant Man", "Hollywoodland", and "The Island". Now he takes on another historical event: the L.A. riots. The riots that followed the acquittal of the LA Riots Cop who shot a mentally retarded man in a park. For the sake of argument, let's say the police officer was guilty of murder. How do we do justice in the media? It's an easy thing to do justice in a documentary. You report the facts, and you present the facts, and you leave the evidence out, and you leave the audience to draw their own conclusions. It's easy, but the media never got the memo, and they reported the facts of the case. In this film, Richardson makes the case that the media should have presented the facts of the case, and that the media should have done it without the bias of the LAPD. As far as the LAPD, the film is a well shot documentary, showing the LAPD and its brutality. We see the raw, uncensored footage of the riots, as well as the footage from police that were arrested. We also see the true numbers of how many people were injured and killed. A great documentary that I would recommend to anyone. 6/10

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Sandra

Well done to all involved. A really good documentary on a really important issue. So many people involved were personal friends of the family. Just as well, as it helps to show the rest of the family what it really means to the family. I wish there was a little more background on the fact that the couple came to the U.S. from Pakistan after the 9/11 attacks. Why, and what does that mean?

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Michelle

What a real shame that a lot of the shots that are used are not very good. Too much movement and slow motion, but there are some good shots. The movie is well done but not necessarily good. There are some good people and a lot of the music and editing seems a bit out of place. I really wish they would have done more editing.

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Steven Webb

The guy who writes this review is pretty dumb. But, he is also pretty smart. The fact that a film is made without the characters being identified is shocking, and it makes me feel like I've been cheated of a whole hour of my life. But I digress. The film is a little more than 90 minutes long, but you will find yourself pausing and wondering if you should just move on. There are many pieces that could be used to further explore the characters, and it's all taken care of in this short film. However, the director does use the time well, and you end up enjoying the film even if you have no idea what is going on. It is a great short film, but one that will take you a little time to digest. The characters are also not wasted on the scene. There is a scene where the lead character gets kicked in the face for no reason. It is an extremely disturbing scene, but also a cool scene, because it is directed in a very real way, and you see the real pain the characters go through. The film is a little difficult to digest, but it is not what you'd call bad. It is a really good short film, that shows a lot of things that you can't really figure out until you see the film. It is a good film, but not a great film. But it is very good for what it is, and a great short film. This is a little less than 90 minutes long, but the film is actually really good.

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Donald Carroll

I did a search and found this documentary titled "Hollywood Bites Back" which was a compilation of interviews with several of the major Hollywood and television actors and actresses during the 1980s and 1990s. This was the period when the movie industry was in a relatively stable state. After that, however, it all went down hill and has never recovered. The movies were very expensive, and there was a glut of talent. If you are a movie buff, I think you will enjoy this documentary. If you are not, I think you might be interested. It is well edited and well shot. Some of the clips are very good, and the interviews are interesting.

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Nicholas Ramirez

So a fellow was to watch this film on DVD, but unfortunately he just cannot decide whether to see it, or not. The film is not as bad as people are making it out to be. I can imagine people will see this film as a joke, or as some kind of propaganda, but I think it's better to see it as a well made documentary. It does not have the most perfect ending, but it's better than most other documentaries that are made. This film is about the greatest injustice that I have ever seen. I think the filmmakers were very good at what they did, I think they did a good job of explaining everything. There were a few parts of the film that were just too bad, like the ones about what they thought of the soldiers. I think the other documentaries they made were good, and they did not feel that this film was more important than those. All in all, I think that they did a good job and this is a documentary that will be good to see.

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Julie B.

Tall, handsome man with a thick accent. Don't know why people still give him a break. I saw this film at a screening last year, and really enjoyed it. The film's the same way in a couple of ways. First, it's not just the job description. Some people think that women want to be a nurse, but the real reason is because the salary is better than they would expect for the field. Second, the film doesn't show every aspect of the profession. So, if you want to see a men's rights film, see this one.

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Andrew C.

I have seen this film 3 times now and it just doesn't get old. When it was released, it was criticised for being another "Saving Private Ryan" but I really didn't think that would be the case. I'm glad to say I was wrong. This film is really, really good. It's good to see that the Oscars are actually being given to good films, instead of the usual garbage, not only are the acting performances great but the story and film as a whole is really good. This is a great film and I am glad to see more films of this calibre coming out of Hollywood. It really makes you appreciate good films again. I've got two other great films I'd like to review so please follow me on twitter @jakeisnewz. Thank you.

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Raymond A.

This is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen about a fascinating subject. It has great footage and an excellent voice-over from that woman who was "poopin" (a phrase that was used by her to describe her latest interviewees). I'm glad the filmmakers didn't dwell on the fact that it's a documentary, and I hope they make a second one!

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Judith Mitchell

I don't get why people have such a problem with this film. Sure, there's some really bad dialogue in it, but it's not overly awful. The action scenes are great, and they are more than adequate for this type of movie. It's a good one for the older viewers. The reason it got a 1 from me is because it's more of a "drama", or an "epic" kind of film. Not to the point where it was painful to watch, but just to the point that it was. And I wouldn't have minded if it was. Overall, I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who loves a good action film. It's a good film. Definitely worth seeing.

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Richard

It is a personal experience that I wish that the Hollywood can make as its own. This documentary is a perfect choice for a film festival. I was more in it than I should be. My questions were never answered or even answered. I felt like I was the one on the interview, yet I was not. It is very clear that the film makers did not show or tell me anything about what made the people of the past so successful. I was only meant to be a good role model for my generation, and for many that does not fit into this generation's definition. I would like to know who the heroes are in this film. The late Christopher Reeves and his wife seem to be the main characters, though Michael Douglas does a good job with his role. The film makers should have focused more on their story rather than the future of music, which is only half of what they do, and the other half is the history of music. The same is true for this film. The film makers should have told the history of music, the history of rock music and not only their history. It was an interesting film and I would recommend it to someone interested in the subject.

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Stephanie Hayes

In the movie, the Germanic tribes of the Swiss Alps, who were forced into a 'peaceful' harmony, over 100 years ago, now are being victimized again, with an influx of migrants. This is not a documentary about a particular tribe. The dominant theme of this movie is the "Law of Nature" of human nature, and the consequences of ignoring it. It is a deep exploration of the darker side of human nature. It is well done, and there are lots of really interesting and significant facts. I am very impressed with the accuracy of this documentary, and that it is worth seeing.

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Michelle Fisher

When the first trailer for this film was released I couldn't wait to see it, so I did. Now I've watched it, and I can safely say I was not disappointed. This is a film with an amazing plot. It's one of those films that will have you feeling like you're part of the action. The acting is solid and the writing is superb. I think it was a shame that the film didn't get a theatrical release. It would have been a great experience seeing this in a theater with the added value of a full orchestra. I would say that this film is a must-see for anyone who wants to get a deeper understanding of the Mexican Revolution and the people that made it so amazing. It also has a lot of action, which will keep you on the edge of your seat. And just like any good action film, you'll be constantly talking about it. I think that anyone would be able to enjoy this film if they were to get the chance. It's a well made film, and it will hold your attention and hold your interest until the very end. If you are a Mexican, you will be able to enjoy this film as much as I did.

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Ryan J.

Well, the reviewer who gave this film a ten is correct, but not in the way I would have guessed. This film is really a biography of the eighties radical/rebel movement, all the way back to the Russian revolution, and before that, to the women's movement, which was also in the eighties. I was surprised to see the rating of this film on IMDb, because I thought that I would find it pretty boring and unnecessary. This is really a film about life, not about anything at all, and this is probably the main point that is overlooked. The film does not contain any political messages, it is just a very personal view of what the radicals of the eighties were doing and what they were doing, and what their views were on life. Some of the characters are almost caricatures, for example, the guy who wants to be a real pilot, and has no clue how to fly. And they are all decent, but not very inspiring characters, or even likable ones. And then there are the characters, who, although not important, are not exactly unique either. There are also people who are very rebellious and don't fit in any group, such as the guy who wants to be a revolutionary and has no idea what he wants to do. And they are all good and all good friends. There is a character that is a radical Christian and talks about the true nature of the church and talks about how it is only one of the systems of the society. There is also the character who is also a revolutionary and does not really care for any of the political problems, he just wants to find a woman. And that is a good thing. And this film does not use the word revolutionary, or even the word 'revolution', which is kind of important. It does not talk about revolution. It talks about rebellion, revolution and the true nature of the church. The portrayal of the French students at the end is also a little weird. In fact, the film is very confused about what is going on, and also a little silly at times, which I can understand because it is not a serious film, but the story is a little bit incoherent, at least for me. It is a little confusing, but overall, I really enjoyed this film. The interviews of people who were part of the eighties movement are really interesting, and interesting. There is a guy who talks about how he became a member of the protest movement and has been in prison for 30 years. And he talks about his childhood, the love of his father and how he was radicalized at the age of 15 and how he began to be involved in the radical movement. And there is a girl, who says that she was a feminist and in the eighties was involved in various movements. But she also talks about her childhood, and how she got involved in the movement. And that's why I liked the film. It's a bit random and just kind of random, but it's also very interesting and interesting. I also liked the way the film went back and forth from the eighties to the present day. It goes back and forth between people talking about the real nature of the movement and people talking about what's going on now. But even though this film is incoherent,

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Alan C.

This film, written by David Silverman, is a nice break from the usual fare of the 20th Century. "Boom Bust Boom" is a well put together and informative documentary on the son of David and Susan Anton, a radio personality in the 1970's. This film covers some of the more popular shows, and the interviews with those present. While not the best documentary I've seen, it is well put together, and provides insight into the radio/talk show world of the late 1970's. You'll be talking about the 60's for a while.

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Walter

This is the second in a three part series of interviews with Dennis Prager, who is known for his outspoken anti-Bush commentaries. It is worth watching if you have not heard of Prager, but it is certainly not Prager's finest work. Here he talks about his plan to create a new left-leaning magazine, which he has come up with to combat the liberal media. His early views on Bush are described and some interesting discussions are had with David Horowitz, Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, and others. There is a lot of odd political chatter, but the main focus is on Prager's views on the Bush administration. It is the kind of thing that you would expect Prager to say on the radio, but there is also plenty of discussion of how Prager thinks the liberal media is ruining the country and the right is the only one that is standing up to it. There is no denying that Prager's opinions are a lot more extreme than what you might expect from someone who is one of the most conservative men in the country. The people interviewed include Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Alex Jones, Bill O'Reilly, David Horowitz, Glenn Beck, Ann Coulter, and many others. While the topics and topics that are covered vary, they do not seem to add up to much more than an argument for Prager's point of view. Prager appears to be extremely conservative, but this does not mean that he is right-wing, and that is the problem. The only reason he is on this show is because of the views that he has. He is not a very persuasive person and is not the one to debate. Prager's lack of understanding of politics is one of the many reasons that he is not a very effective speaker and the reason that his supporters would probably not be impressed with his ideas. The other reason is that Prager has a unique way of talking about politics, one that most people find difficult to hear, because it is so over the top and inappropriate. The problem with Prager is that he is so extreme that he is not convincing at all. The real power of Prager's ideas comes from how he presents them. He is not only opposed to the war in Iraq, but he is also opposed to the Federal Reserve and other things that many conservatives believe. As he says on the show, he is really anti-federal and anti-big government, which is why Prager is the only conservative on television. He thinks the federal government is going to be going to hell in a handbasket and if the left is going to stop that, Prager has the answer. Prager's ideas have a lot of power because they are so outlandish and outlandish is a good way of putting it. Prager also tends to be very angry about the government, which is another reason that he is a controversial person. Prager says that he wants to end the Federal Reserve, he wants to bring the government back under the Constitution, he wants to end the Patriot Act, and he wants to abolish the National Security Agency. Prager does not think that the left is going to stop that. Prager's ideas are really outrageous, and even though they are controversial, they do have some power. He also tries to have an interesting discussion with Rush Limbaugh,

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Patricia

Michael Moore's "Boom Bust Boom" is a very rare, and very underrated documentary that shows Moore from the very beginning of his career to when he left the entertainment industry to start a documentary production company. It's a very interesting look into the film industry and the people involved in it, and there is a good amount of interviews with several prominent film-makers, actors, and other business people. Also included are some actors who were involved with the movie industry during this time period. Moore also makes fun of the industry by showing clips of industry insiders talking about the problems with it. It's also interesting to see the director and several of his current colleagues, who were involved in the film industry in the 90's. There's even a bit of TV footage, which is also very funny. Some of the interviews are very personal, such as the one with the actress Joan Cusack who said that Moore was a real bitch to her during a dinner party. There is also an interview with producer Mel Smith, who said that Moore used to mock his show until he realized that it was all true. This is a very good documentary, but it's very rare that you can find a documentary that's almost the same length as the feature film. Also, the fact that it's not an actual documentary (it's also edited for TV) also makes it somewhat different from most documentaries. I recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the business, but I also recommend it to people who like Michael Moore's films. It's a very good documentary that you can watch over and over again.