Alejandra and her dad Roberto have just moved to town. She is new at school, he has a new job. Starting over is sometimes complicated when you have left so much behind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Alejandra and her dad Roberto have just moved to town. She is new at school, he has a new job. Starting over is sometimes complicated when you have left so much behind.
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Mike M (mx) wrote: Saw it, was very cheesy. fell asleep thought it will not see again
Ravishankar N (ca) wrote: good screenplay, background score. art director deserves more than a praise, slow paced though. Liked the first half better than the second. Overall a good one!!
Ian S (nl) wrote: Maybe the plot is way to obvious and maybe it was a poor start to a franchise building movie it tries to be deep and meaningful without being deep and meaningful. Cat and mouse thriller that in the end just doesn't deliver
Ryan D (ca) wrote: Cute gay comedy-drama about growing up.
Calum B (ca) wrote: Soccer is without any doubt the most popular sport in Europe. The supporters can be very fanatic and for some every excuse is good enough to spend a lot of money on their favorite team. But it's also in this stadiums that people from all classes come together and not everybody is able to buy a ticket week after week because they are too poor. Their love for a soccer club can sometimes get out of hand and that's where this movie has found its inspiration. It tells the story of two young boys who live in a rough neighborhood of the industrial city of Newcastle and who want to buy season tickets for their local football team Newcastle United. But because they don't have any money they will have to try anything to find some. They try to find some scrap metal which they can sell, but will also steal, try to rob a bank and do many other illegal stuff. But their actions don't go by unnoticed and soon they are caught by the justice department. Their dream of going to the football that season is over or isn't it... The movie makers in the UK seem to prefer socially realistic dramas over other genres of movies (although costume dramas are popular as well) and I must say that I can appreciate that. It's that feeling of realism that keeps me interested time after time and when they add some very fine humor to it like they have done in this movie, I only like it more. There are people who will say that it is hard to like little criminals like the boys in this movie, but personally I don't have any problem with it. Fact is that there are indeed still a lot of impoverished areas in the industrial cities and why should these areas or the people that live there not be shown in a movie? Is it because that only disrupts some people's image of a perfect society? I don't know, but it isn't so that the movie glorifies the actions of the boys. It actually gives some biting social commentary on the broken families where they come from, the poverty which they live in,... Even though I'm not a soccer fan I really had a good time watching this movie. That's why I would like to say that, even when you hate the game, you can still like the movie. Watch it for the biting criticism, the fine humor, the good acting by the boys,... and you'll notice that this movie is underrated by many.
drew k (us) wrote: A nice examination on the nature of leadership and heroism. The expository approach of the trial could have been better handled in the confines of the story and there could have been a clearer delineation between the questions of military leadership and glory hunting. Over all a good approach and a beautifully shot film.
Private U (ag) wrote: Interesting biopic on the life and presidency of Woodrow Wilson. While the movie cast him in an almost entirely positive light, the anti-war suppression, Latin American interventions, and KKK sympathies were strangely missing from the film. Hmmmm...
Matthew L (ca) wrote: It's a really huge toss up for me which of the two film versions of this story I prefer, but in any case this is very, very good. We all got whats comin' to us.
Peter T (jp) wrote: This movie is great in so many strange ways. An absurdist comedy about UK Islamic terrorism and satirizing the entire concept.
Ida K (fr) wrote: I normally love true stories but his was boring