A Noite das Taras

A Noite das Taras

Three sailors land in the Santos port after four months at sea and head to São Paulo. (1) "A Carta de Érico" ("The Letter from Érico") The first sailor brings a letter from a man named ...

Three sailors land in the Santos port after four months at sea and head to São Paulo. (1) "A Carta de Érico" ("The Letter from Érico") The first sailor brings a letter from a man named ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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David L (kr) wrote: It should have been more of the Queen and less of Blair in the film and the the film is awash in real life footage a bit too much, but The Queen is nevertheless a remarkable and quite stupendous film with truly fantastic performances from Mirren and Sheen, emotionally satisfying story and even humor. It is one of the rare political historical films that, instead of boring, gives us such a captivating, daring, and satisfying look at the recent tribulations that took place in the British monarchy. Not to mention that the film packs an emotional wallop, which is even rarer for the genre. Consequently, The Queen is one of the best films of 2006.

Macke D (it) wrote: Ted Mosby being a nerd snob the he is deals with realities of life. I love it!

stefano l (it) wrote: Tremendously slow, but not boring. I watched in 5 times probably, so I can't give a reasonable evaluation, but I enjoyed it.

Widget L (nl) wrote: With an interesting study on masculinity coupled by a slight Buddhist undertone, Old Joy has a slow, gentle feel to it, which is a refreshing antithesis to the action films that predominate U.S. cinema.

Wendy B (de) wrote: This movie is really out there! You've really got to be paying attention otherwise you might get lost....haha you might get lost anyway.

Denise A (mx) wrote: A funny film. Ellen is hilarious!

David L (fr) wrote: I wish I could watch every movie ever made but I sadly don't have the time. I'm not interested in this movie because I don't think I'll like it or don't know enough about it to think I might like it. I may still end up seeing it some day though.

Christine H (us) wrote: Not much has changed in Vernon since this was filmed, they had to make the road wider so much of downtown has been torn down, but the rest is still the same, still the same good hearted caring people, you want to see a slice of preserved 1950s country America this would be an authentic place to come see :)

Jose Luis M (ru) wrote: Delirantes episodios sobre el sexo segn el Sr Allen, algunos m s acertados que otros.

Jamie A (br) wrote: Watched this for the first time. Can see why it's a classic!

Drew C (ag) wrote: One of my favorite books, and even though Pilar and Pablo were spot on, using famous actors at the time for the two main characters in this movie was such miscasting that I couldn't even finish watching it.

Jim H (kr) wrote: A rake seduces a woman into a sham marriage then leaves her pregnant to fend for herself.Politically and ideologically, I am diametrically opposed to D.W. Griffith, but when a borderline feminist message about positively treating women began Way Down East, I was briefly optimistic. Then, as I watched the plot unfold, I realized that Griffith's message was confined to not socially ruining women by rakish behavior; the social conventions that confine women remain secure and intact. Women should still be brood mares for the state and men.Griffith's anti-intellectualism is also on display as the mawkish principal dances like an epileptic who doesn't have a roadmap and won't ask for directions. And I don't understand why this man is revered, but his film is so diegetic. Almost incessantly we get title cards judging the characters and introducing the action we're about to see. The captions don't lead us into the scene or make up for the lack of sound; rather, they tell the story twice, once in images and once in text. This is especially true of the unnecessary horse stuck in the road scene.Lillian Gish, Griffith's stalwart champion, does a fine job, but I couldn't help but wonder if she realized how her arch conservatism meant was so tied to a sexist agenda in this film that even if she upheld these values, they would eventually bring her down.Overall, during Way Down East I found myself delighting in watching old silent films because I could be sure that all of the people who worked on it were dead -- even the kitty cat.

Jeff B (ru) wrote: What the hell? Weirdest movie ever.