¡Ay, Carmela!

¡Ay, Carmela!

Paulino and Carmela are husband and wife, troubadours touring the countryside during the Spanish Civil War. They are Republicans, and with their mute assistant, Gustavete, they journey into...

Paulino and Carmela are husband and wife, troubadours touring the countryside during the Spanish Civil War. They are Republicans, and with their mute assistant, Gustavete, they journey into... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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¡Ay, Carmela! torrent reviews

Christina A (gb) wrote: That was pretty good.

Adam F (ca) wrote: I loved it Galvatron was great

Angela S (br) wrote: This was so bad...don't even bother.

Simon D (br) wrote: barely watchable B-movie horror. Nothing looked realistic, the acting was terrible, it wasn't scary, and the twist was ridiculous.

Chris D (es) wrote: Great Disney Series....

Official C (br) wrote: This low-budget film actually surprised me with some of its effective effects. Ultimately, though, this film fails to entertain with a terrible script and bad dialogue.

Dom S (nl) wrote: Love this film. One of my favs. l feel it is a underrated space sci fi masterpiece. Effects amazing, story gripping and has a awesome soundtrack.

Timothy J (ag) wrote: Pretty ridiculous and bad. So bad you can't stop watching it.

Eric B (br) wrote: Wow. America doesn't get made-for-TV movies like this one.This was Tim Roth's first role, and he comes out blazing with his portrayal of Trevor, a belligerent skinhead who's constantly on the edge of lashing out. Unsurprisingly, he is repeatedly in trouble with the law, and the plot chronicles his final, defiant steps over the line in setting his life permanently off course.The mood is a bit one-note, unfortunately. There is little insight into what makes Trevor behave this way, and he's presented more as a raging animal than as anyone to empathize with, or at least understand. No characters are likable on either side of the fence, and the script is less a morality play than a resigned look at England's deteriorated society. Meanwhile, the dialogue may include more usages of "wanker" and "bollocks" than any other film in history.About a third through the story, there's an absolutely brilliant scene in which a police case worker gives Trevor an incisive, flowcharted lecture on a blackboard about the poor choices he has made. It is spectacularly written and delivered, and the actor practically steals the movie away from Roth.[Note: The Flixster entry says Robbie Coltrane appears in "Made in Britain," but if so, he must be some easily overlooked extra. And this is not listed among his IMDB credits.]

Codie E (de) wrote: A harrowing and very difficult documentary that takes us into a hospital for the criminally insane. Frederick Wiseman's success comes through refraining to commentate over proceedings, which also makes the viewing experience harder. Unique and brilliant, especially considering when this was made and the controversy it caused (it remains the only film to have been banned in America for reasons other than obsenities).

Calvin C (gb) wrote: What a bittersweet movie that mirrors Chaplin's view on his own career. The analogy of time and the entrance of the new and the departure of the old is evident. Chaplin is great as an aging clown and Claire Bloom, though overacting in scenes, is a good counterpart. Grade: B+

Matt B (de) wrote: Quirky little British film starring Ned Beatty as a legendary Irish tenor contemplating returning to England after fleeing tax evasion charges decades earlier. Droll and amiable comedy for the most part, despite a jarring and completely gratuitous sex scene early on that seemed to belong to a different movie.

Scott M (br) wrote: The effects are well done, but this film is not very faithful to the source material. Another way that this film suffers, is from a lack of development. Where are the motivations of the characters?