Rio de Janeiro police investigator Galvão is pursuing two trails, one professional and one personal. While he tracts a serial killer of taxi-drivers, he also seeks his estranged daughter, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rio de Janeiro police investigator Galvão is pursuing two trails, one professional and one personal. While he tracts a serial killer of taxi-drivers, he also seeks his estranged daughter, ...
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Felipe Q (es) wrote: Um gato em Paris retrata um mundo imaginativo elegante, com uma trilha sonora maravilhosa e tons hitchcockianos
Serdar C (us) wrote: A movie about World War II. But not about the Jewish this time, it's about what happenned to Gypsies during the war. Directed of course by Tony Gatlif, the king of the gypsies. Taking place in German occupied France, telling the story of a group of gypsies moving all the time and trying to survive, the movie is visually great and all the actors are doing a really good job especially James Thierree.
Jason K (ru) wrote: Good adaptation of A Dr. Suess Classic
Cheryl W (au) wrote: Not tht good to be honest
Cathy C (jp) wrote: Although the story feels like another Despicable Me,the stellar animation,great comedy,and spectacular performances makes Megamind a mega must see. Review by Logan Cornn.
Nehal J (br) wrote: Wow...just wow. Watch it.
Brandon W (ag) wrote: Thank You for Smoking is the directorial and writing debut of Jason Reitman, son of Ivan Reitman whose well known for the Ghostbusters films, and it stars Aaron Eckhart in a dramedy about a lobbyist who talks about why cigarettes are cool to smoke, and how his life goes. I remember watching this before after watching Juno, which was also directed by Jason Reitman, and I liked both of them. So when I saw The Nostalgia Critic do an episode on this movie, I figured I should watch it again when I see it on DirecTV. Aaron Eckhart creates a performance that I haven't seen him in before as I've seen him in action films, and it's honestly one of the bat that I've seen him in. The character is surprisingly likable for a person that's trying to convince people to think that smoking cigarettes is cool, and that he loves to do what he does that I understand where he's coming from, and he makes some good points throughout the film. The script by Jason Reitman is very good as it holds a balance that it could've easily been pro-smoking or anti-smoking, and that it's actually about choice. The characters are enjoyable to watch, and when the main character is having a speech, he really know what's he talking about, and I understand his saying. It's very clever, and it is really funny. Thank You for Smoking is a fantastic start for Jason Reitman's career, and there wasn't honestly a film he directed that I didn't like so far.
Jonny P (it) wrote: Vermeer's painting, "Girl with a Pearl Earring," is my favorite of all time. There is so much mystery filling the wide eyes of this young lady. Whose jewelry is she wearing, and who is she looking at with such a longing desire? The painting is marvelous and this film does a nice job of fictionalizing its creation. As a lover of this masterwork, I do take a small issue with the fact that Scarlett Johansson is not an identical match to the girl, but she portrays the character well and I am amazed at how plain the make-up artists were able to make her until she is subtly transformed into this iconic figure. The scene when he paints her is absolutely chilling if you are a fan of this work and Colin Firth brings life to Vermeer. While the story is slow at times and could be better, I'd recommend this unique period piece to any art fan out there. Absolutely beautiful.
Peter N (us) wrote: Effective enough to make me want to read the original Richard Matheson novel.
Jeff D (nl) wrote: Great movie from the 80's, a buddy and I watched this movie 20-30 times. Now days may be a bit corney but hey, it is all about the great memories of child hood.
Chris M (it) wrote: Found out about this movie from James Rolfe(avgn). First b-movie of this kind that I've seen and it's not too bad. The villain was cool, the hero was bad, but in a cool way. There's tons of action with sword fights and cool what-have-yous. Just fyi, cool=bad
Layton D (es) wrote: I tend to struggle with old fashioned cinematography, but the script and the historical context in which this movie was created (they had to fight to put this together, there was heavy opposition in its production, and for good reason) were more than enough to make this a good film in my book. Yeah, I was forced to watch it for a class, but forget that for a second. They did a great job of developing this storyline and even mixing in some humor to the point I actually belly-laughed at a few spots in the end.
Connor H (us) wrote: Not even cleverly done: disappointing because it could have been well done, even as a spoof, but it became the opposite.
Scott J (mx) wrote: funny rom com follows all the cliches but worth a watch