Amori miei

Amori miei

Anna wants to improve her marriage to sculptor Marco but ends up having an affair with her new teacher Antonio as well. While performing a careful balancing act alternating between her two ...

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Amori miei torrent reviews

Francisco L (fr) wrote: Maps to the stars is a morbid movie (in the good way), that suffers from a confusing plot with some inconsistencies, but that has some unexpected frighteningly funny moments, due to the great performances of the cast.

Jeffery O (de) wrote: Best line-"What do you think?," " I don't have to think, I'm Catholic." This movie is my home town!

Russell W (jp) wrote: This is nothing more than propaganda designed to condition children to become narrow minded Utopians without any shred of common sense. The worst offense this movie has to offer is the constant barrage of stereotypes. Stereotyping is funny in comedy skits; but, when you are stereotyping average human beings as ruthless villains; you're being disingenuous. Think of the most liberal person you know, now take about 5 paces to the left of reality, that's where you'll find this movie. Lions eat zebras and hunters (at least in the U.S.) are the primary supporters of animal conversations. We wouldn't even have conversations if it wasn't for having a hunter for a U.S. President. I'd like my children to have one foot in reality, even with a farcical cartoon.

Zach T (fr) wrote: Easily one of the funniest stand-up comedy performances of all time

Jens T (br) wrote: The second film about the french spy OSS 117 has now taken the trip to Brazil to find a bunch of Nazis who has a microfilm list of French Nazi sympathizers that might be damaging for some government people. His partner this time is an Israeli Mossad agent Dolors Koulechov. I actually think this is better than the first one, more great jokes, and more crazy conventional flashback. And Dujardin is even funnier, as the arrogant, masochistic man who wants to show every one that he's a man. Thumbs up.

Coraon A (ag) wrote: Great new LOVE RANCH clip on Yahoo Movies!

Megan B (gb) wrote: Good Movie, a little odd if I remember correctly

Mark H (br) wrote: I have to admit i watch to many international movies. This movie was very strange but I was hooked. One of the better movies I have rented at Blockbuster. It is a very simple plot and at the same time I did not want to take my eye of the screen. Kill or be killed.

Mel S (ru) wrote: I want the next one.

Angel A (br) wrote: Ma fav movie. jus too gud

Kiran K (nl) wrote: Must have seen this movie almost 25 times. Seen it in Telugu, Hindi and even Tamil. Maniratnam at his best, the matrimonial clashes of a new couple are quickly drowned into a deluge of terrorism and the portrayal of the heroine as she struggles to fight for the man she loves. a masterpiece

Greg W (mx) wrote: good art-house western

Richard D (au) wrote: Quite dated but some good moments.

TheMumblelover (ru) wrote: A film held together thanks to Ben Kingsley's funny but chilling performance.

Alice S (au) wrote: In 2005, I was blissfully enthralled by Natalie Portman in her follicular heyday, so I didn't quite appreciate the philosophical core of this visually and aurally stunning film. I love the high angle shots in the onyx, low-lit war room, with all those contemptuous whites of eyes staring up at the oppressive video feed of our corn-grilled chancellor. I love Dario Marianelli's soaring arpeggios and was surprised that I hadn't taken notice of him until "Atonement" in 2007. I love the brilliantly paced and lovingly lit second act when Evey is taken prisoner and we learn Valerie's heartbreaking story.I must also give kudos to the impressive cadre of British thespians that I was unfamiliar with before. Stephen Rea's yammy face and the smallest twitch of his lips convey Inspector Finch's every disguised exasperation at the tyrannical government he's tasked to protect, and this time around, I was truly invested in his character arc. Ben Miles of "Coupling" is also quite high of power and forehead.Natalie Portman's accent falls off at times, but the lispiness seems at least consistent, and her performance throughout is every bit as good as her Oscar-winning one, though I do think she plays too coy during her "confession" with Father Lilliman so that she seems to be toying with him to aid in V's plan instead of seeking asylum for herself.