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A Casa dos Mortos torrent reviews
Scott R (fr) wrote: This film touches on some powerful issues with new media and how Breitbart managed to destroy ACORN, union leaders and Congressman Weiner. He also manages to show the liberal media bias, and it shows how they misrepresent his every word. Keith Oberman's loathing for him surprised me.There were moments in the film where Breitbart seemed extreme and this compromised his image, but by sticking to straightforward truths and his accomplishments his credibility was preserved. The film shows us that he will leave a legacy, that many will aspire to fill in new media. It's a shame we lost him when we did because someone always needs to stir the pot, and he was quite good at it.
Angie S (kr) wrote: Playing at the Ritz starting June 15th for one week
Dominic F (fr) wrote: September Dawn. August's biggest yawn. Exploits the atrocities against the church of Mormon. Leave this film behind and move on.
Corrinne T (nl) wrote: Enjoyable. Yep, just like I thought. Steve Jobs ain't no saint or god.
Alex S (jp) wrote: Always heard good things about this Jet Li flick, will look out for it.
METALHAMMER G (mx) wrote: Tradiciones, peleas, honor, mujeres extraas wow
Aswin W (ca) wrote: good movie but a couple of the erotic scenes were quite strange. apart from that not bad story and acting so watch this if nothin else to do.
AwSm (de) wrote: Owns it was good one
William S (jp) wrote: An American classic. A finer adaptation of Harper Lee's novel could not be possible. Zero shortcomings.
Natalia f (kr) wrote: This movie was very funny and had a unique plot. This movie left me laughing and smiling through the entire movie. I loved the incorporation of the music and the dancing. The makers of this movie did an amazing job with this film for this time period.
Eric H (nl) wrote: Joe Pesci plays a slumlord who is forced by court order to live in one of his own tenements. You'll never guess what happens.... He bonds with its nutty, stereotypical minority inhabitants. Wow, who'd thought that would happen! The biggest question this film raises is: Why on earth could have possibility possessed Oscar-winner Joe Pesci to follow-up "Goodfellas" with this awful film. Simply by looking at the dismal final project it is safe to that script wasn't any good. Did they expect director Rod Daniel to save it? If they did, they were terribly mistaken. The only compliment one can pay this film is to say that Ruben Blades didn't disgrace himself, which is more than could be said of Pesci, who gives a shrill, one-note performance. Pesci can provide effective comic relief in serious films, but, "My Cousin Vinny" notwithstanding, he isn't very funny in comedies.
Jo L (it) wrote: An American engineer' moves his family to Brazil so he can help build a dam that will decimate the land of Amazonian tribe, who then kidnaps the son. The "Invisible People" believes they are rescuing the son from "The Termite People" and all that entails. He returns to his family wearing a loin cloth and brandishing a spear. I've seen it twice. God is a Brazilian.
Jack (gb) wrote: Thanks for the tip Pam <3