Blame it on Rio
Matthew Hollis is man on holiday in Rio with his best friend. Both men have teenage daughters with them. When Matthew falls for his best friend's amorous daughter named Jennifer, they embark on a secret, if slightly one-sided relationship. Jennifer's father is furious when he finds out about the 'older man' in his daughter's life, and sets out to hunt him down with the aid of Matthew!
Caine is on holiday in seductive Rio de Janeiro with his best friend. Both men have teenage daughters with them. And soon a passionate affair is sparked between Caine and his friend's daughter. The father is of course furious about the relationship between his daughter with an unknown old man, he asked Caine to join his quest to find out that guy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Blame it on Rio torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Alright so if I wasn't ADD as all hell this would have been a beautiful film. I believe this is the only Takashi Miike Film that isn't just gratuitous violence and blood...maybe that is why it wasn't my favorite.
(mx) wrote: After the success of The Snowman (1982), director Jimmy Murakami and producer John Coates reunited with author Raymond Briggs to do something completely different. Adapted by Briggs from his own 1982 graphic novel, this dark animation had it's fingers on the pulse of the mood of the world at the time, with impending doom about to happen. It's amazing that this was allowed to be made then. In the English countryside, elderly couple Jim and Hilda Bloggs (John Mills and Peggy Ashcroft) live a quiet life, but Jim has been keeping an eye on the newspapers, increasingly worried about the impending nuclear war between the west and the Soviet Union. He prepares the house accordingly using government pamphlets as a guide, while Hilda does her day jobs around the house. Then Jim hears the news that a missile has been launched, and Jim and Hilda hide in a makeshift shelter Jim made. A distant blast occurs, and Jim and Hilda survive. However, it soon becomes apparent that no-one is coming to rescue them, and they're succumbing to radiation sickness. While Japan had Grave of the Fireflies (1988), we had this. A very English way of coping with a horrible disaster. It's well made, with the animation done around some very elaborate model shots of the house. It's the true definition of a one-off, you won't see anything like this again, it's just so bleak and upsetting.
(fr) wrote: a classic for its time but nothing of great performance
(jp) wrote: Before this James William Guercio produced the albums of Chicago and many thought he should have continued doing just that. The film is beautifully shot and Robert Blake gives a fine performance but I know that when I exited the theater I thought it was more of an ad for Harley Davidson, first and foremost. Often grouped in with the far superior American Graffiti, Badlands and Mean Streets.
(jp) wrote: Ambitious, but not wholly successful. Dreyer was still finding his footing here; none of the imagery resonates, as it so often did in all his later pieces, and his multi-epochal narrative is in equal turns interesting and dull (the Spanish Inquisition segment feels like a complete waste of time, and the Jesus segment isn't all that much better). The fact that it was cribbed directly from Intolerance at Dreyer's admission makes it feel a lot less impressive overall, but Leaves from Satan's Book's actual accomplishments still stand. The final two segments are stirring, but ultimately nothing here will really stick with you like it did in Joan of Arc or Day of Wrath.
(de) wrote: A film to remember. Has all the elements from Pixar's greatest movies and combines them with a more mature themed film and you get UP.Score: 8.9/10 (Great).