As Aventuras de Pedro Malazartes

As Aventuras de Pedro Malazartes


It is the story of Pedro, who after being passed over by his brothers, wanders the world in search of a better life, but on the way, finds children who eventually conquer it, and in order to help them, he passes scamming other people he met along the way, telling lies, however, always with the goal of helping him new friends. And kills a cow. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


As Aventuras de Pedro Malazartes torrent reviews

Harper C (ru) wrote: I hated the filming everything was so close up it was nauseating I liked the rest though, the story was ok and the acted was good

Johnna S (kr) wrote: The performance of Colin Hurley as the sweet but disturbed Blake is the bright spot of this movie. I wouldn't agree with the synopsis that states Tom Thompson takes pity on Blake; rather it seems that Tom and his wife are both drawn in by Blake's openness and warmth (qualities they clearly lack). But the style of the film is jarring, caught somewhere between a traditional chronological narrative film and a pseudo-documentary. While the "interviews" of the Thompsons reveal quite a bit about the characters, I would prefer to have seen this character development unfold a little more naturally.

iain m (de) wrote: Slumdog millionaire meets baseball, that's a bit unfair - I enjoyed it

Sonya K (ca) wrote: Simple Plan play "Vacation"!

Zachary D (es) wrote: A film that flows like freeverse poetry, meandering and unhurried. I would almost compare the experiencing of this film to the sensation one gets from listening to ambient music -- it drifts in and out of your awareness, yet you feel utterly immersed in its resonance throughout. After all, the characters are just props, and their personal stories are merely incidental. The actual focus is on the paradigm shift that an entire society faces, for better or for worse.

Lauren H (ag) wrote: Absolutely haunting.

Cynthia S (au) wrote: Beautiful scenic photography of the area in and around Ontario. I love historical based movies, so I very much enjoyed this. A jesuit priest travels to the Americas from France to "save" the savages from themselves. Interesting subject, because this perspective seems more the reality than what we've been taught in school. May be a little slow for some, but the story is engaging, and the acting and directing is of high calibur.

Andrew R (mx) wrote: This movie has it all action, romance, drama, and great characters. Jackie Chan is a fantastic movie star even this early in his career.

Isadore H (kr) wrote: Terribly underrated Disney film. Atlantis boasts a strong cast as well as a bunch of memorable characters on screen. Beautifully written and great animation make this one a can't-miss movie.

Erin D (it) wrote: this is the stupidest movie ever. it can make me laugh in some parts, but then I feel really cheap afterwards.

michael b (fr) wrote: aussie horror at its best

Sean L (jp) wrote: Awesome little film! Full of great art and colorful people.

Thomas P (es) wrote: Powerfully austere and poignant - childlike innocence meets adult prejudice and tyranny, and yet the story holds a shimmering line of hope and dignity that perfectly personifies the fully dimensional characters from the Pulitzer Prize winning book.I read and loved the book in tenth grade, and had the opportunity to see the movie just before writing my book report - I watched it late night at a neighbors house bc they had cable, and only asked that I make sure the tv and lights were off when I left. hahaI had dreamed up a different, more graphic ending with the image of the knife scraping the chicken wire being an important visual metaphor for the evil of this world always going after the innocence of childhood. On reflection tho, it's better the focus was on Atticus defending his kids. Despite being an older gentleman, he had a deeper and higher purpose, perfectly reflected by Gregory Peck.My want for graphic violence was really gratuitous and unnecessary.As a tenth grader, I truly saw this as an adventure from the childs point of view, and the racial tension hadnt fully sunk in until a few years later. Stunning to me how the film worked completely on both levels.Classic cinema, not to be missed.5 out of 5

Rich A (nl) wrote: Not pretty but definitely gritty. Loads of well known faces. Very British old school film

Tami W (au) wrote: Fantastic! Loved it!