A Guerra dos Rocha

A Guerra dos Rocha

Clumsy old lady Dina Rocha lives with her son Marcelo. After a series of incidents at home, she moves to her house in Santa Teresa. She meets her friend Nonô and she pays a visit to her old friend. Her sons do not know where she is and they go to the hospitals and morgues. Coincidently there is the body of an old lady smashed by a truck and they believe that she is their mother. Meanwhile two smalltime thieves break in Nonô's house and keep the two old ladies locked in the bathroom. During the funeral of Dina Rocha, the dysfunctional families have a quarrel disputing their heritage.

Clumsy old lady Dina Rocha lives with her son Marcelo that is an aspirant musician supported by his wife Carol. After a series of incidents at home caused by Dina, she moves to her house in... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alex W (mx) wrote: an interesting debate about who owns culture

Laura M (fr) wrote: I enjoyed it. I've not read it because sometimes Tezuka's art style kind of doesn't jive with me (for lack of a better way to put it?). It was an interesting movie though.

Yvette C (kr) wrote: This is the worst movie I've ever seen. What a waste of talent.

Tsubaki S (br) wrote: Harmless cheesy romantic/comedy, not as good as My Scary Girl, but more tolerable than others in the genre. I just can't get angry with cute korean girls.

Nick M (ca) wrote: A incredibly entertaining throwback to Thai melodrama and spaghetti westerns that's undeniably authentic.

Andrew L (mx) wrote: While i'm not the biggest fan of the "Hellraiser" films the first two did provide some good characters, effective musical score and fantastic set designs and costumes, "Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth" does none of that. The plot is rather uninteresting and the dialogue is no help. The Cenobites look ridiculous, we got camera head Cenobite, the Sony Discman Cenobite, piston head Cenobite. You take one look at them and just laugh, not scary or disturbing. The musical score feels out of place like it belongs to a wacky Tim Burton movie not a scary horror film with disturbing imagery. I feel bad for Terry Farrell, because she giving a better performance then this movie deserves. Even Doug Bradly starts giving up towards the end of the film. Overall poor sequel to an above average horror franchise.

Lindsay W (nl) wrote: I tend to give 80s sci-fi a lot of leeway, simply because of the ingenuity of the era. But Solarbabies; oh my no. It's a much diluted Road Warrior-esque dystopic society where water is in short supply. The main new thing the film brings to the table is that the teens travel around on roller-skates. Totally rad! And then there's a spherical alien thing that at one point they play lacrosse with. I'm pretty sure the script was written in a roller-rink by pre-pubescent townies on weed. I give the film some marks for at least having heart, and there's a few faces I was amused to see (keep an eye out for Adrian Pasdar, if you're a Heroes fan).

William T (ca) wrote: space tip #1 if it moves and it's not one of us, shoot ityou should probably have some kind of lighting in your base too and avoid long narrow hallways...

Mark D (gb) wrote: A perfect story told perflectly. Great characters, comedy, drama and nostalgia.

Eric M (mx) wrote: Jack Nicholson's directorial debut concerning an ambitious college basketball star and his increasingly radical (and unhinged) roommate boasts several good performances (particularly Bruce Dern as a strict coach) and a few interesting scenes, but never really comes together as a coherent narrative, and it's difficult to really understand what point Nicholson and screenwriter Jeremy Larner are trying to make. Still worth watching though, and now finally available on home video after 40 years as part of Criterion's "America Lost and Found: the BBS Story" box set.

Pavandeep S (ag) wrote: The lighting for this film was splendid personally as were the shots. Not lurid, not sexual and few murders, the thrill was very smoky, it is best watched when high, not meant to be attentive, that's personally why I like it, the plot is complex but it doesn't distract or irritate you.

Sharon F (ag) wrote: One of my all time favourite comedies.

DanetteDani A (jp) wrote: She plays such a fantastic role and Glen cares for her and does not understand how she really feels for him and trying to help during the war.

Larry S (de) wrote: My wife and I go back two decades for our love of "Remember the Night" and its heartwarming story. I first became a fan of writer-director Preston Sturges' films "Sullivan's Travels," "The Lady Eve," "The Miracle Of Morgan's Creek" and "The Palm Beach Story" - all four star screwball romantic comedies - and started to seek out all the films he worked on.Displeased with the way other directors interpreted his scripts, "Remember the Night" was the last film Sturges wrote before directing his own works. This is where I must step in and say that RTN director Mitchell Liesen was at his peak and did an excellent job with the material. His judicious editing of the script and his many light touches helped to draw natural and touching performances from the entire gifted cast. It couldn't be a more perfect movie. And I should know, I have watched "Remember the Night" more than 25 times, continue to be charmed and find something new to love with every viewing. I first saw RTN on TV back in the 1980s when cable TV started playing black and white classics on the old AMC (American Movie Classics). I found it a completely original story, about a pretty young thief who meets a district attorney with a heart of gold. (I know that's rare, but believe me it's possible.) Assigned to prosecute Lee Leander after she is caught stealing an expensive bracelet, John Sargent manages - with the inadvertent help of her blowhard defense lawyer (a hilarious Willard Robertson) - to get the trial put off until after the Christmas holidays. Feeling guilty that the shoplifter will have to wait out the postponement in jail, Sargent arranges bail. This first act of kindness sets off a domino effect of compassion and grace that shows the healing powers of love, acceptance and absolution. Twenty years ago, on one of our first dates, I showed my future wife just one scene from this film on a poor quality video tape I made of that early TV broadcast. The scene where Sargent's family sing "The End of a Perfect Day" is just a fragment of this heartwarming film, but when I looked over to see my sweetheart's reaction, she already had tears welling up in her eyes and I realized that she got it. And to me, getting it is everything. This is my wife's favorite movie, a one-sheet poster from it now hangs over our fireplace, and we've told hundreds of people how RTN is (to us) as good as "The Wizard Of Oz," "Casablanca," "Singin' In The Rain," "It's A Wonderful Life," "The Thin Man," "It Happened One Night" and many other four star classics you can watch over and over again and still feel all the magic of a perfect film. "Remember the Night" was finally released on VHS in 1998 and looked fine when compared to a broadcast quality picture on TV. But it soon went out of print and still remained difficult to find or see for years. We started buying up VHS copies to pass on them on to other film buff friends. We held screening parties in our home. We took copies on the road and introduced the film to others. "Remember the Night" was both loved by those who had seen it and lost to those who could not find a copy. After years of petitioning, TCM put it out on DVD in 2010. It looked better than the VHS and sold well for a forgotten little gem. Though the market for DVD's had started to fall off, because of its success, TCM released another version, now restored by no less than the Library of Congress, three years later. And now finally the topper - a brand new Blu-Ray version is finally available and it is stunning! The picture is a super sharp fine grain, showing more detail to enhance those subtle performances and the delightfully funny script. Watch it on the biggest screen you can find with the lights low, the phone turned off, next to the love of your life. You will thank me later. P.S. As I type these words I am reminded of the inscription my wife had engraved inside the wedding ring I now wear... "Remember The Night."

Alekander K (jp) wrote: Yeah Jamie is tiny compared to the late tookie williams...i thought that was funny to see

Nick S (it) wrote: Good flick, wish Seagal was in it longer!

jesse k (us) wrote: This movie is embarrassing to watch. Some of them are worse than others. Some of these plastic tough guys, like Stallone. These guys are latent.

Ohad A (de) wrote: "Evolution cannot avoid bringing intelligent life ultimately to an awareness of one thing and one thing above all else and that one thing is: futility."