7 Virgins

7 Virgins

Tano is 16-years-old and is already sitting in jail. In 48 hours he’s a free man and off to the wedding of his brother. In the two days he recounts his neighborhood in a section of Sevilla.

It is summertime in a blue-collar, marginal district of a city in the South of Spain. Tano, a teenager currently serving a sentence in a juvenile reform center, is given a 48-hour leave to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Farah R (fr) wrote: This uninspired sequel lacks all the intensity and excitement that proved most effective in the first film. Never Go Back has Jack Reacher cruising about to catch the bad guys with monotonous and at last tedious action sequences that wear out before the first hour has passed. Having a female co-lead was a good idea but failed to make an impact as the script was unimaginative and had her tied into a romantic subplot. I would've loved to see Reacher team up with another agent and save the day but alas, the movie fails to meet expectations.

Michael S (fr) wrote: This one is teetering on the 4.5 stars but I think it needs to digest further before bumping it. Certainly one of the most ambitious works of the year.

Darian T (it) wrote: Ostensibly adapted from a wuxia novel, this is really an obvious attempt by HK's Gordon Chan to make a Chinese version of X-Men. While visually it delivers, the storytelling is sloppy, with a narrative that is neither credible nor engaging. This is a pity as it had the potential to be more than just the mildly pleasant, vacuous film experience it ended up being.

Andr D (us) wrote: La ltima pelcula del maestro Hayao Miyazaki, luego de anunciar su retiro del mundo de la animacin, es una hermosa y melanclica cinta acerca de Jiro Horikoshi, el diseador del famoso avin Zero, que hizo parte del bombardeo japons a Pearl Harbor. En "The Wind Rises", Miyazaki aborda el poder de los sueos (una constante en su trabajo) y cmo estos pueden convertirse en realidad. La secuencia del terremoto de Japn de 1923, es toda una leccin de cmo el dibujo animado puede llegar a unos niveles inexplorados de hermosura, delicadeza e impacto. "The Wind Rises" es un sentido testamento a un director, que gracias a obras maestras como "El Viaje de Chihiro", "Mi Vecino Totoro", "La Princesa Mononoke", "Ponyo" o "El Castillo Vagabundo", logra dejar una marca indeleble en la historia del cine animado.

Christopher B (de) wrote: Decent sequel. Not needed tho, actually yes it was needed to see the gorgeous Eva Green In a powerful role.

holly r (ru) wrote: It was okay but it was missing the something new and different or the wow factor. A family of creatures attack a bar after a women and her husband hit one of the creatures family member. They run to the bar to get away. The people in the bar get picked off one by one.

Bill B (ca) wrote: Gave this one a re-watch in advance of a certain podcast reviewing it, and I have to say that I just freaking love Sam Rockwell in this role. Truly a lot of fun, and if even half of this fanciful nonsense is true, I'm amazed.Well worth a look, give that mother a rental.

Darrell S (es) wrote: I loved the acting in this movie. Josh Charles was my favorite in this one. It reminded me of the struggle that most have when switching from being a child to an adult. It's kind of a sad place to be, and the movie reflected that in a brilliant manner.

Sheila W (ag) wrote: Anything with Wayne Newton is a must see.

Vivek A (br) wrote: Burt's take on life before & after marriage

Mark K (br) wrote: A Clint Eastwood disaster.

Adam D (ca) wrote: a very good western movie and best of all many beautiful breeds of horses especially the indians.

Tristan M (es) wrote: Although it does sport a rather good cast, and without the presence of Clive Owen as the main character and Morgan Freeman in a secondary role, I probably would have skipped this one. There's very few movies about this time that I have come across, and even fewer that I have seen of liked. I have seen both the Ironclads, which although sport a good name and in the case of the first one, decent cover art, they fell flat. Braveheart although good doesn't exactly fall into the same category of castles and sieges, but then again I guess this one doesn't quite either. The acting and script fall right flat, which is disappointing due to what potential it had, and the action gets right outta control. First of all it's totally unrealistic action hero garbage we're used to seeing in similar films, second it's all over the place to the point of not knowing what's going on even, third for it's rating the amount of blood or or anything of the sort when a sword meets human flesh, is too high, and we see the odd spurt of blood, which is so rare and happens so fast it's hard to even catch the colour of it. The sets and costume are ok, although the accuracy of their armour designs seems way out of wack, along with the diversity of if the race and colours of the men in such a prestigious army, that I doubt was present at the time. Overall it's a basic action revenge movie, no surprises anywhere, barely entertaining as it's so bland and boring, no real depth to the film as a whole, but far too in depth in their plan to attack such a fortress. Watch Troy instead, even if it's not related in terms of the setting.

Carlos D (kr) wrote: Beautiful scenery,Japan is just amazing and this movie make it even better.

Ty P (fr) wrote: Two Americans battle it out against an Englishman in the Australian outback. Good story but it's got that kind of 1950's film direction about it, in other words predictable, and black and white.