Before Night Falls

Before Night Falls

Spanning several decades, this powerful biopic offers a glimpse into the life of famed Cuban poet and novelist Reinaldo Arenas, an artist who was vilified for his homosexuality in Fidel Castro's Cuba.

The movie is a richly imagined journey into the life and writings of brilliant Cuban author and exile Reinaldo Arenas, from his childhood in Oriente province to his death in New York City. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Before Night Falls torrent reviews

jason u (es) wrote: This movie isn't quite a romantic comedy and isn't quite a thriller. Very fun to watch, would recommend.

Robert D (kr) wrote: I don't know how to rate this. I don't know how to feel except lost and confused. Rutger Hauer appears to have found the last Quaalude on Earth and was on it for this film. I think he was paid with a bar tab. Asia Argento lopped 'em out for her dad... the director. Dracula, who is actually played by the guy who plays Van Helsing on TV's Dracula, turns into a CG praying mantis in this. That's right... A CG PRAYING MANTIS. There is so much digital f****ery that my brain feels like scrambled eggs. Am I keeping this Blu-ray 3D? Oh hell yes.

Valerie C (kr) wrote: Hate it :) bbbbbbrrrrrrooooonnnnnnniiiiinnnnggg

Josella C (ru) wrote: Audrey Tautou plays the role of Coco beautifully; a strong minded, hard faced, classy, inspirational woman. A great film and a perfect choice for anyone that holds an interest in fashion. I found her story fascinating and liked how the film showed her gradually changing her style through visual inspiration. I was totally glued to the screen and didn't want it to end, but like previously mentioned its called 'Coco Before Chanel' for a reason. I also loved how whole film was in french, which kept true to Coco Chanel.

Jess L (kr) wrote: I appreciate the attempt to modernise Shakespeare but only if you're going to do a good job of it.

Adam R (mx) wrote: A decent nineties romantic comedy set in Chicago. Mostly carried by the talented Jason Lee. (First full viewing - 9/5/2008)

Richard S (nl) wrote: Despite having no interest in the sport myself, I thought this was a very decent film following the rise and fall of someone who was regarded as a legend in the sport until he fell from grace. Ben Foster was spot on in the lead role and the guy must have been through some hardcore training to ride the bike the way he does on screen. Chris O' Dowd was also on top form as the determined journalist who always suspected there was something dodgy about Lance Armstrong's sudden increase in ability, despite all of those around him dismissing him as a hack looking for a sensational story where there was none. Worth seeing whether you have an interest in the sport or not, especially for the passive aggressive manipulations of Armstrong of all of those around him.

Brian P (ru) wrote: I think what prevented this from being a higher rated movie was how the mysterious death of Bruce Lee was handled, or not handled, by the makers of this movie. I think they could have taken a shot at it. Otherwise, a very well done flick with solid acting and direction about one of the most fascinating people that ever walked the earth.

Tim S (ag) wrote: The Beast of the Yellow Night is one of the most forgettable movies I've ever seen, regardless of genre. I say that with an enormous amount of certainty because I cannot remember hardly anything about it. I saw it one time a couple of weeks ago and I've been trying to search my brain as to what exactly it was that I saw. That's how uninteresting this movie must be. I sort of remember the opening moments in a village, but it's all very sketchy and uninteresting. I suppose I can't really write a review of a movie that I can't remember, but being that it was a couple of weeks ago when I saw it, I think that speaks volumes about the film's quality. I know that Roger Corman distributed it and all, but I can't give it a pass. If you can't make a memorable movie, then move on. This isn't one of them.

Stefan G (ag) wrote: By now, I've seen a lot of heroic fantasy films, and I have to say that this is perhaps one of the most defining examples of the genre. For me, this is the kind of film that was perfect for Arnold Schwarzenegger, almost as though it was made with him in mind for the lead role. Of course, it would be highly superficial of me to say it's just him that makes this film great. The story was paced very well, and I got the sense of adventure that any good heroic fantasy film should provide. The performances are of exceptional merit, which is quite a surprise in a film where the acting isn't the most important element. The visuals have aged very well, with set pieces, costumes, and environments that instantly appeal to the eye. But of course, the most appealing part of the film is the violent action that, in my opinion, characterizes heroic fantasy. The 1980's may have been replete with cash-grabbing imitators, but this film is one of the few heroic fantasy films from that era that actually stands out among the crowd. After all, there aren't many other films that can claim to have the same appeal and magnetism as Conan the Barbarian.

Joby D (it) wrote: I love these movies! I do highly recommend this one and "Support Your Local Sheriff"