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Boleiros 2 - Vencedores e Vencidos
A public appearance from international soccer player Marquinhos at Aurelio's bar launches a series of vignettes which spotlight Brazil's obsession with the round ball game
- Stars:Raven-Symoné, Adrienne Bailon, Sabrina Bryan, Kiely Williams, Belinda, Lori Alter, Abel Folk, Golan Yosef, Lynn Whitfield, Kim Manning, Rosana Pastor, Eddie Murphy, Thomas Haden Church, Yara Shahidi, Ronny Cox, Stephen Rannazzisi, Nicole Ari Parker, DeRay Davis, Vanessa Williams, Martin Sheen, Lauren Weedman, Timm Sharp, Daniel Polo, Stephen Root, Susana Alves, Paulo Arapuâ, Otávio Augusto, Larisse Baroni, André Bicudo, Andrio Candido, Rafaela Carvalho, Renato Consorte, Sabrina Costa, Hélio Cícero, Fernanda D'Umbra, Danilo Alves da Silva, Juliana Erica da Silva, Wilber Ricardo da Silva, Luiz Damasceno,
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Josh E (ru) wrote: Stupid but fun. My big complaint would be the following line of dialogue: "Josh cut off his penis because something came out of my vagina!" Did he need to be named Josh? Also, I can't believe this is only 70 minutes before the credits roll.
Ralph S (ru) wrote: Good (not great), but worth the time. Kinda "Holden Caulfield," but not quite.
Michelle G (fr) wrote: This movie was okay. It seemed like it was a low budget movie. Weird how there's webs on the face. Their tongues were disgusting.
Debbie W (jp) wrote: It looks like an amazing film with a super history lesson built in but...Confusing, weird and unpleasant, these are just some of the words which come to mind after watching/trying to watch this awful, awful film. I picked it up because I had just seen an exhibit of Rembrandt's work and was totally fascinated by the man's ability to draw. The film's one redeeming quality is that each scene is staged as a Rembrandt painting, using the same angles and light, which is quite brilliant. Occasionally small snippets of information are thrown in (for example him joking about painting the muskets in his paintings upside down so the Spaniards wouldn't know how to load them). Ultimately the crying babies and sound of marching feet drown out the dialogue, the editing is so choppy you feel disoriented, the music is awful, awful, awful and something apparently got lost in the translation. Give it a miss. The Wikipedia version of Rembrandt is much less confusing.
Augustine H (jp) wrote: For a biography, it is quite good. Ray Charles is a man with flesh here. Jamie Foxx's portrayal is excellent (comparable with Al Pacino in Scent of a Woman, perhaps even better) and deserves the Oscar. But for a drama, its opening part is a little bit slow-paced. For the remaining, it is touching but somehow too similar to "Walk the Line".
Ashley H (br) wrote: Ricochet River is a decent film. It is about three teenagers looking for adventure and find more than they expected. Jason James Richter and Kate Hudson give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Deborah Del Prete did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama.
Michael D (it) wrote: I don't remember what happens in the movie but it was one of my favorite movies growing up, the kid reminds me of
Richard D (us) wrote: Farr too ragged and loosely plotted to really good, but enjoyable all the same.
Marcello F (ag) wrote: Original, unique, and quirky... Always loved its irreverence...
Steven S (de) wrote: Idiotic. :rotten: Bland. :rotten: :rotten: Lethargic. :rotten: :rotten: :rotten: And [I]zero[/I] nudity. :rotten: :rotten: :rotten: :rotten:
Reginald E (nl) wrote: A must see for all action-movie buffs -- a demonstration of industry leading stunt choreography that deserved better character development than it was given. Fortunately, the films efforts were mainly focused on its strengths in the action experience, and didn't try to sell itself as being more than that.