Lia and Tina are two beautiful girls who meet and realize that they have a lot in common. They are both young, beautiful and pissed off, so they decide to hitchhike their way to Rome to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lia and Tina are two beautiful girls who meet and realize that they have a lot in common. They are both young, beautiful and pissed off, so they decide to hitchhike their way to Rome to ...
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Chucky (mx) wrote: February 9th 2013June 4th 2013August 30th 2013September 7th 2015March 14th 2017
Melissa L (fr) wrote: I watched this DVD in 2D instead! I thought it was very good however i did get bored in between each song where it explained someones story and how glee has helped them! I wanted to watch it to see some of the music from my favourite TV programme not to hear how glee helped people!
John M (nl) wrote: It's a nice, small glimpse inside The New York Times and if you're a journalist, a very serious and important documentary to watch on the deterioration of mainstream newspapers. Yet outside of what's already known and is already popular issues explored in news and has been on everyone's minds for a while, there's nothing new here really. It's all out there to read, so this documentary isn't a whole lot more expansive.
Kaarina P (es) wrote: The final scenes you can't look away.... great Australian film.
Jonathan C (de) wrote: One of my favorite hip hop movies next to Juice
Paul D (us) wrote: A film with lowsy effects and bad acting which shows how much gore is needed in these types of films and of course there's none in it.
Jude P (it) wrote: The Rock could do much much more means he should not be in these type of movies.
Katrina R (ca) wrote: The depths of desperation in love.
Ryan G (ca) wrote: Stanley Kubrick didn't want ANYONE to see this film. Now that I've seen it, it's not hard to understand why. Amateur in every sense of the word. Poor writing, hammy acting, choppy editing, and awful cinematography.
Steve S (gb) wrote: *** (out of four) Rudolph Valentino's star was on the rise and this film helped solidify him as one of the leading actors of the silent screen era. And while it isn't his best film, it is good one. Valentino is a young man who wants to rise out of the poverty upbringing he had and provide a good life for his widowed mother. He becomes a bullfighter and soon a big celebrity. But he becomes tempted by a rich woman, which threatens his own marriage.