Francesca and Walter are two-bit criminals in Northern Italy, and, in an effort to avoid the police, Francesca joins a group of women rice workers. She meets the voluptuous peasant rice worker, Silvana, and the soon-to-be-discharged soldier, Marco. Walter follows her to the rice fields, and the four characters become involved in a complex plot involving robbery, love, and murder.
- Stars:Vittorio Gassman, Doris Dowling, Silvana Mangano, Raf Vallone, Checco Rissone, Nico Pepe, Adriana Sivieri, Lia Corelli, Maria Grazia Francia, Dedi Ristori, Anna Maestri, Mariemma Bardi, Maria Capuzzo, Isabella Zennaro, Carlo Mazzarella,
- Director:Giuseppe De Santis,
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Bitter Rice torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Bleed for This is a well acted and well put together boxing movie, with a genereic plot adn some good fight scenes. Nothing too intriguing, but a solid sports movie.
(it) wrote: Nice to watch, sexy and beautiful, but no more
(es) wrote: [font=Book Antiqua][size=5][color=#000033][font=Book Antiqua]Hey All,[/font][/color][color=#000033][/color][color=#000033][font=Book Antiqua]This past weekend I finally received some movies from Netflex. How about that? Uh? One of the movies I received is called; "Charlie". I have been waiting for this movie to come to DVD ever since I heard of it. For some reason it takes some European movies a while to be released in the U.S. I don't know why either. All I have to say is that it was worth the wait for "Charlie". There are few things that the movie didn't explain. Such as who is this character and what is their relation to this character, is one of the very small issues I had with the movie but didn't ruin it for me. The lead actor Luke Goss is just plain hot. The cast which includes Luke Goss (of course, I just mentioned him) and Langley Kirkwood were some of the actors that brought this film to life. I'm not sure how accurate this film is to the autobiography about Charlie Richardson but I did like the action even though it was gruesome at times. This movie can be compared to "Good Fellows", "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels", and ?Scarface?. "Charlie" is based on true life crime boss Charlie Richard's life during the decade of the 1960's. It's about his account of his and his gang's life during the course of a trial for torture. I must warn you though it is a bit brutal. If you okay with it then you are in store for one hell of a ride. Again I did have some issues with this movie but I would suggest this film to adults (due to the torture scenes). The DVD doesn't have any bonus features. Please see what you think. [/font][/color][color=#000033][font=Book Antiqua]Fritz ;) [/font][/color][/size][/font]
(ru) wrote: Alaipayuthey was a runaway success,but it was totally wasted by the protagonists,colorless.however,Saathiya succeeds in every way-from vivek's bike scene to he[vivek] and rani kissing in the hospital in the climax
(ru) wrote: very unusual movie..humorous though.
(au) wrote: Requiem for a Dream is too good for words to describe, and I have never seen before such an intense drama like this, and trust me, no junkie is going to be doing drugs after this. The story revolves around four people who become addicted to drugs and their lives slowly become worthless. The storyline was too incredible for words, this movie is the greatest anti drug film ever, and it shows people that any kind of addiction will lead to nothing but terrible things. The cast was amazing and I think the performance I will remember the most will be Ellen Burnstyn, she was incredible. The cinematography was also a great importance, Aronofsky uses the camera to make us feel like how they feel, and it truly was some one of a kind camerawork. It was a total nightmare in the final scene of the movie, pure horror. Requiem for a Dream is a work of sheer genius, and this film will horify your mind until the day you die, and all my life I have seen my peers get in to that stuff and I will just never understand why, and I am glad they created this ingenious movie, because it has a great lesson some people need to see, I completely and indefinently loved Requiem for a Dream.
(jp) wrote: It was a little funny and heartwarming, but I was expecting a lot more from it.
(de) wrote: adding based on Joe Bob Briggs' recommendation
(de) wrote: The underrated John Voight crafts another stellar, intense, chamaleonic performance. Great and defiant thriller that keeps its best cards for the end, an instant that holds an overwhelming sense of beauty, one final act of honor and acceptance of the seemingly unavoidable fate, for is better to embrace death with honor than to rot like an animal in confinement.
(fr) wrote: A well written adventure,with stunning special effects. A great cast with Richard Jordan at his best.
(ca) wrote: Many (as do I) believe George Lucas may have watched this before coming up with Star Wars (only he knows and I am not asking). I'm sort of surprised at the 34% rating. This is a 1959 flick with a lot going for it. I saw it as a kid and was mesmerized (heck, never forgot about). Decades later, with the help of the internet I finally figured out the title and found it on DVD to buy. I cannot recommend you buy (I'm glad I did), but if you can watch it is worth it for an early look to the past which did help to shape the future of Sci-Fi movies. You will see a bit of 'Star Wars' (battle scenes) in this movie.
(de) wrote: A fun movie about a brother-sister dancing duo who are used to traveling and attention and how they each grow up to find true love. Jane Powell plays a cute and glowing part! :)
(de) wrote: This was a suspense roller coaster. Often peaking your interest and then slowing it down. Older movies aren't normally my favorites and John Dall's cockiness went a bit far towards the end but it wasn't a bad way to spend 80 mins.
(ru) wrote: Love these type of movies but the plots did not weave well enough.