Arara Vermelha

Arara Vermelha

A mine boss hires a policeman to chase some runaways who stole a precious diamond.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:108 minutes
  • Release:1957
  • Language:Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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Andrew C (mx) wrote: If you are looking for a good werewolf movie, this one should do it for you. The ending was so-so, a little bit of a let down, felt like it just kind of ended without a really epic fight scene or anything like that. The movie itself though was fun.It's basically your typical group of badass monster hunters that encounter a town being attacked by an abnormal type of werewolf (bigger, stronger, smarter) which they explain as the movie goes on. The effects, acting, and filming were all good. The story wasn't even that bad, like I said before though I just had an issue with the ending.

Anna I (au) wrote: Watching this movie was painful.

Will D (jp) wrote: This film got a right critical kicking. All I can say is, bloody hell it ain't as bad as all that!

Freeman M (de) wrote: RT consensus pretty much nails it. Half camp. Half serious. All bad.

Jacob E (nl) wrote: This is what Lee Marvin gets his Oscar for?

JD (gb) wrote: Frank Capra's classic comedy, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town. This film maybe a little too old school for some people, but for me I found this film funny, dramatic and well acted. Gary Cooper plays the lead role, Longfellow Deeds a man who's dedicated his life to helping people and also writing greeting cards. But when he gets a large sum of money from a family member who just past away, Deeds heads to the big city and while he's there he falls in love with a reporter named, Babe Bennett who's played by, Jean Arthur. Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur had really great chemistry in this film, there romance was believable and there conversations together were realistic. The co-stars were also very good like, Lionel Stander was good and so was Raymond Walburn, but I think the person who made this movie really good was of course, Frank Capra himself. Frank Capra is a really talented director and it really shows in this film, I'm very gald he won an Academy Award for this movie. Anyways, as for the movie in general, it's very good, I would recommend this movie to anyone who loves, Frank Capra movies, or someone who just likes classics.

a t (us) wrote: Shia LaBoeuf to me and many people of my generation will always be "The kid from Even Stevens or Transformers". He won't ever get past that and he seems to not get the message at all even if he tries his hardest to get into more serious acting work (and well method craziness). But this film might be the one that cements him into this transition. I just wish that Charlie Countryman wasn't so muddled with half baked ideas that it could have been his "After Hours". Instead, the beginning gives off vibes of The Sixth Sense, then it transitions to a European film, then to After Hours, then to a crime film. It never comes together even if it tries to hook you into the weirdness of it all. I guess the main theme of love saves all is the main glue, but it just isn't good glue. It's overcliched and boring. It's a shame since Charlie Countryman is the first LaBoeuf movie in a while to show promise, but instead he gets himself drunk and kicked out of Caberet.

robsa w (gb) wrote: I find the mix of reviews interesting for this film, and would hazard a guess that most (not all) of the lower reviews come from people who have either not spent time in Britain, do not understand it or are unable to appreciate the films wonderful subleties. It is a glorious films, with all the group who torment Anthony's sins laid bare in a series of wonderful vignettes and side-shows, over a great soundtrack and a superb set of acting by Paddy Considine, Toby Kebbell and Gary Stretch in particular. One of my favourite films, which shows that a well written script, good dialogue and acting can easily replace big budget to produce a superb movie. The film is at once heart-breakingly sad, funny and chilling in equal parts, and the conversation between stretch and considine outside the car is one of my all-time favourite movie scenes.... and I have seen pretty much al the classics.

Drew S (us) wrote: The best Sci-Fi of that that year!