Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva la Fiesta!

Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva la Fiesta!

The film tells a story of PaPi in Beverly Hills hotel with a luxurious doggy spa. One day, Papi gets problem when Rosa is the smallest member of pack feels boring. Papi determines to help Rosa be stronger. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva la Fiesta! torrent reviews

Emilie R (ca) wrote: pretty good, but I found it kind of predictable

Jason D (mx) wrote: Albino Farm takes place deep in the Ozark Mountains as 4 college students (who have clearly NEVER seen a horror film in their lives) venture through said backwoods, have car trouble, become curious of an old legend, run into a bevy of very weird inbred hillbilly townsfolk, go deeper into the backwoods, then run into severely mutated monster hillbillies and die. Yep, Albino Farm doesn't offer a whole lot of new concepts. Some familiar faces may include lead girl Tammin Sursok (TV Soap Opera Vixen), WWF wrestler Chris Jericho, Duane Whitaker (Pulp Fiction, Feast), Nick Richey (loud, obnxious guy in Welcome to the Jungle who plays loud, obnoxious guy in Albino Farm. Way to stretch those acting chops, Nick), Kevin Spirtas (Friday the 13th VII, Subspecies franchise), Richard Christy (drummer for several popular death metal bands as well as frequenter on the Howard Stern show), and the beautiful Bianca Barnett (though not so beautiful in this since she plays the lead mutant). In fact, the only reason I wanted to see this movie was for Bianca, since she lived in Garland, TX and went to the same elementary school as I did. I remember thinking she was incredibly hot and wanted to see her naked. I guess I finally got my for her monster face. Other than that, there are some pleasantly brutal and gory scenes in the film. The story, as I've already said, is horribly unoriginal (though there are tiny sprinkles of originality...very tiny), and the acting is beyond atrocious (though this film does have a unique but bizarre cast). Yes, Albino Farm is nothing to call home about, but I've definitely seen worse.

Fong K (gb) wrote: Todd Solondz's installment on innocence lost is a brim tale about a girl's incessant quest to get pregnant and be a mother. Uncomfortable to watch, to say the least, it also fails to fascinate, as in WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE and HAPPINESS.

Jeeb S (kr) wrote: love it. very vibrant and focused. it's not all about the beauty or ideal of love but a kind of insanity, freakness, uncontrolability...

Esa K (ru) wrote: Lhtisin siit, ett Oliver Stone ei ole ensisijaisesti syvllinen ajattelija.

Stephen E (ca) wrote: From a technical standpoint, "Charley Varrick" is pretty laughable. There are moments where the editing is so bad that you just have to wonder what was going on in the editing room. As well, the cinematography, shot composition, and lighting seem to have been given minor attention from director Don Siegel. Of course, being as "Charley Varrick" is one of those low-budget relics from the 1970s, one can't be so critical about the technicalities. There are elements about the film that are quite enjoyable, such as Walter Matthau's deadpan-like performance and Joe Don Baker's turn as an eccentric assassin. The script is riddled with holes and implausibilities, but all in all, it's a fun, if forgettable, action flick.

Christopher B (ag) wrote: Cute little flick. Nice to see Audrey trying so hard to "be bad", with O'Toole as a mentor no less.

Nicholas F (jp) wrote: Really... expectations, when they are this low, can be easily surpassed. As a fan of Jodorowsky (to which this is a blatant homage), I wasn't offended by this amusing film. In fact I found it quite watchable. Strange and visually entertaining.