Absolutamente Certo

Absolutamente Certo

A man who's memorized his town's telephone directory tries his luck on a TV Show. But a small group of people who control the bettings in town try to get advantage of his simple-mindedness.

A man who's memorized his town's telephone directory tries his luck on a TV Show. But a small group of people who control the bettings in town try to get advantage of his simple-mindedness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Brian C (ag) wrote: Slaughter is the Best Medicine is really good. Much better than it should be. Made for a paltry 50 this movie has a group of mercenaries out to capture a scientist who is located in a haunted wood.Soon the group are haunted by strange visions, and their actions become unpredictable.I was quite surprised by this movie. The acting is a bit hackneyed in some areas, but otherwise pretty good. The story is decent enough, and is actually quite fun.Loved the ending.

Jeremy G (ca) wrote: Okay, if you don't want this movie spoiled don't read this.. It started out great, young senior in high school with big plans in his head, but melodramatic and mysterious, just the kind of guy girls like. However, the actors could barely pass for the age of 18. They looked like freshman, at most but they were trying to be passed at seniors. That being said, throughout the movie they had them going to bars quite frequently and having a beer or two. This is all find and well, but if I'm not mistaken the drinking age is 21, not 18 in New York City. After the halfway point, the acting got a little dull and I lost interest (what a surprise). Put all of that aside, it was very childish. The girl, was portrayed as a slut, but without the slutty side. The guy, said one "cuss" word the whole time and that was hussy. If you can even consider that a vulgar word. To top it all off, it suggested he smoke and drank however never showed any of this happening. It wasn't a bad movie, it had a great deal of potential it just needed more. Better actors, and definitely a more believable story. Amateur work, but the directors show promise. Maybe soon whoever directed this childish piece of work will blossom into something better. Until than, watch "the art of getting by" at your own risk.

Gary J (gb) wrote: One of my fav films!

Adam K (au) wrote: one of my acting professors was in this film.

Eric G (ru) wrote: Not that creative of a plot but fucking hilarious throughout the entire move.

Aaron C (ca) wrote: reality tv meets the bachelor

Andrew P (nl) wrote: My all time fav childhood movie

Peter R (au) wrote: What can I say? I'm a sucker for the despicable and deplorable. It's well-made and evidently, a lot of love was put into it, graphic sex scenes notwithstanding. It is a fantastic spectacle, whether you love it or hate it.

Perve B (ag) wrote: Awesome movie depicting India's joint family culture of 70's....

Paul D (ag) wrote: A british movie clearly aimed at lifting the spirits of a nation at the time of war showing how new recruits to the army progresss to become a bonded and efficient war machine through the training they receive.

Daniel C (fr) wrote: This movie is exciting and visually thrilling. But more importantly, I think it should be defended on the front that poor writing brought about the constant "professional wrestler" quotes. Many of those one-liners are real, historical quotes--humorous and simple, profound but quick words shared by the Spartans who believed that the Athenians were not the only Greek philosophers. 300 is based on an excellent comic book--literature with at least one subtle foreshadowing and metaphor (more than many of the movies that have a higher RT score). I don't think this is the greatest movie of the year, but it is certainly more than pulp film.

Anthony R (fr) wrote: This has some great Capoiera martial arts scenes. Acting and story line is average but Michael jai white has good character. I know Lateef Crowder has stunt background so I think his fight scenes were legit. Watch it!.. They'll be part 2.

Rebecca H (kr) wrote: Absolutely beautiful movie. Bring some tissues!