The movie begins by suggesting that friends and political allies of George W. Bush at Fox News Channel tilted the election of 2000 by prematurely declaring Bush the winner. It then suggests the handling of the voting controversy in Florida constituted election fraud.
Mai 2009 : La navette Atlantis, avec à son bord sept astronautes part pour une mission de réparation et de mise à niveau du télescope spatial Hubble. D'une durée de 13 jours, cette mission permet l'installation d'une caméra à grand champ (WFC-3) et d'un spectrographe des origines cosmiques (COS) ; la réparation des instruments ACS et de l'instrument STIS ; ainsi que le remplacement des batteries, gyroscopes et de l'instrument FGS. À bord de l'appareil, une caméra IMAX 3D a permis à l'équipe de filmer la mission.
The film features the human history of the Grand Canyon area, being from the home of first Native American inhabitants to a major tourist destination. It portrays reenactments of the Anasazi people, European explorers, and the first expedition led by Major John Wesley Powell. The ending of the film features flight with a bird's-eye view following a lone, orange ultralight aircraft piloted by someone in a white helmet.
Entre 1914 et 1918, un conflit mondial change à jamais le cours de l’histoire. Les hommes et femmes qui y ont participé ne vivaient pas dans un monde silencieux, en noir et blanc. Un voyage dans le temps pour revivre l‘histoire avec ceux qui y étaient.
The film begins with a series of security footages of armed bank robberies (one of the robbers was on a crutch) accompanied by the song Louie, Louie. Moore then uses an Encyclopædia Britannica archive video to compare and view modern-day America with the Roman Empire, by juxtaposing depictions of the fall of the Roman Empire with similar modern-day American issues. The film then depicts home videos of families being evicted from their homes, as well as the "Condo Vultures," a Florida real estate agency whose business flourished with the increasing number of foreclosures.
Après le tournage du film Titanic qui l'avait poussé à faire plusieurs plongées sur le site de l'épave du paquebot reposant à près de 4 000 mètres de profondeur dans l'océan Atlantique, James Cameron revient sur les lieux du drame accompagné d'une équipe scientifique et de l'acteur Bill Paxton. À l'aide des submersibles Mir et de robots guidés à distance, l'équipe parvient à filmer des lieux inédits du navire, notamment certains de ses intérieurs comme sa salle de réception des premières classes.
Kay Miniver (Greer Garson) and her family live a comfortable life at a house called 'Starlings' in Belham, a fictional village outside London. The house has a large garden, with a private landing stage on the River Thames at which is moored a motorboat belonging to her devoted husband Clem (Walter Pidgeon), a successful architect. They have three children: the youngsters Toby (Christopher Severn) and Judy (Clare Sandars) and an older son Vin (Richard Ney) a student at a university. They have live-in staff: Gladys (Brenda Forbes) the housemaid and Ada (Marie De Becker) the cook.
The documentary is split into five parts. It begins by examining how Iceland was highly deregulated in 2000 and the privatization of its banks. When Lehman Brothers went bankrupt and AIG collapsed, Iceland and the rest of the world went into a global recession.
Early in the Second World War, U-37, a German U-boat, makes its way to Canadian waters and participates in the Battle of the St. Lawrence. It succeeds in evading an RCAF patrol and moves north. While a raiding party of six Nazi sailors is put ashore in an attempt to obtain supplies, the U-boat is sunk in Hudson Bay. The six attempt to evade capture by traveling across Canada to the still-neutral United States.
American conductor John Meredith (Robert Taylor) and his manager, Hank Higgins (Robert Benchley), go to Russia shortly before the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union. Meredith falls in love with beautiful Soviet pianist Nadya Stepanova (Susan Peters) while they travel throughout the country on a 40-city tour. Their bliss is destroyed by the German invasion.
The film's opening credits state that the screenplay was written by W.R. Burnett and Frank Butler "From the Records of The United States Marine Corps", and includes many Marine Corps and military advisers. It also states that "In this picture, the action at Wake Island has been recorded as accurately as possible. However, the names of the characters are fictional and any similarity to the personal characteristics of the officers and men of the detachment is not intended." This is likely because the actual events were unfolding during the production of the film, and names were being protected.