Brindis a Manolete

Brindis a Manolete

Biographic film about the life of the bullfighter Manuel Rodríguez alias "Manolete".

Biographic film about the life of the bullfighter Manuel Rodríguez alias "Manolete". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Brindis a Manolete torrent reviews

Kimberly T (de) wrote: most horrible movie EVER... if tit-head were killed by butt chin, would you, gaptooth, enjoy a nice harmless ride all by yourself through the woods when you know a serial killer is after you?... i don't think so!

Gaba S (jp) wrote: a really maningful movie......real story ...real side effects

Bella R (au) wrote: One of my favourites, a must see comedy with good sentimental parts. If you haven't watched you are definitely missing out! Fantastic roles and great plot

Jake M (ru) wrote: If you watch the whole movie, you're in for 90 minutes of torture. If you watch youtube clips of isolated scenes, you'll be howling with laughter.

Simona (mx) wrote: Nice story. Great moral .. but sad ending. Don't exactly have an opinion on this film .. Whoa! Never said that before .. but hey, I'm fresh out of watching it. Duh. But these sort of films aren't exacly my tast (thus the rating) .. I prefer the whole BIG EPIC BATTLE type o' film.

Adam L D (jp) wrote: Wacked out Bronson seeks more revenge as his gf's daughter this time overdoses on some bad dope. Double twist near the end fills Bronson's character with rage and seeks to punish all those involved.

Sarfara A (fr) wrote: Wheels On Meals, Directed by Sammo Hung, Starring Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, and Biao Yuen. One of major-films of the trio (often called Big Brothers in East-Asia). This film should set the theme and foundation for most of the films coming up with the unique plot of the film. Jackie Chan's fight with Benny Urquidez is considered one of best fights ever filmed. I consider this film to be one of my top favorite films from Sammo Hung and Jackie Chan.

monsieur r (ru) wrote: The "Deep End" is set in Lake Tahoe but the area gets no credit except for the back of a child's baseball jersey. This is a movie about the extent a mother will go to save her teenage son from an adult. She gets in deep monetary trouble trying to satisfy ransom demands. The actress is superb. Blackmale is the game. There is about 10 seconds of video tape which we can all live without, so wait for it to be shown and then fast forward a minute! We can live without seeing the gross depiction in the video she is blackmailed with. It is very shocking and graphic, so watch it at your peril. This woman goes to extreme lengths to get protect her son and herself, because the pressure ratchets up from the weird adult to gangsters. I had some credibility issues with this film in places, but I remember being impressed at the end. Well worth your time. I give it two index fingers up!

kristine a (kr) wrote: Wounderful-... it was so sad :-(

Stella D (au) wrote: a terrific overlooked noir, likely the best film of director phil karlson's career. john payne plays a washed up fighter who's constantly reliving his lost shot at the title, struggling as a cabdriver with a dissatisfied wife. what is it with boxers and noir? needless to say, he gets mixed up in a dangerous game, giving him one last shot at redemption. i don't wanna give too much away. everyone is great here, especially evelyn keyes as a standup dame trying to help him out of the jam. check it out

Tom B (de) wrote: This takes you another time and a place you can't see outside of the film.....

Nick C (kr) wrote: This is probably my favorite Pixar movie, and animated movie for that matter, other than possibly Up. It is imaginative, creative, funny, entertaining, and fun. I'll start with the concept. It's probably Pixar's most clever concept to date, other than Inside Out. The idea that the monsters in your closets and under your beds are not forces of evil, but rather just average everyday 9-5 office workers who scare to collect the energy of human screams is incredibly innovative and creative. Too many films stop there, though -- they have a cool concept, but the movie itself doesn't deliver. Monsters, Inc. more than delivers on its concept though. Enter Mike and Sulley, two buddies who work at Monsters, Inc. The chemistry between them is great, Mike is hilarious, and every moment with the two of them onscreen is filled to the brim with energy. Then the plot begins, which, given the concept, was probably the best plot they could possibly think of: a kid escapes out into the monster world. Sulley finds her, brings her home, and the next day he and Mike try to put her back in her door. Sulley begins to develop a relationship though, which is handled very nicely -- it takes time to develop, and feels genuine. By the end of the movie, my favorite sequence, they find themselves riding one of the many millions of doors through a giant warehouse in the factory. This is where the concept is extended to its creative extreme; it starts with the simple idea that maybe monsters scare you as part of their job, and by the end, we're allowed the visual of the millions of different doors stored in the factory. The chase scene at the end is very fun and entertaining, but what is best about it is the concept their dealing with, enhancing its creative energy. There is a chase scene after the door scene that is very cleverly organized as well, that I like just a much -- most of the fun of that scene is derived from the way everything comes together.Then of course there's the touching ending between Sulley and Boo. Most Pixar movies lay their emotional, poignant themes and sequences on pretty heavily (Toy Story 2 & 3, Finding Nemo, Up, Inside Out, to name a few), but in this one, it's kind of subtle, and I like that. They give you just enough to emotionally connect with characters, and what I love most about it is how genuine it feels -- they've taken time to establish these characters and their relationships, so it doesn't feel forced. Their relationship is both a neat idea on paper, and heartwarming to watch. On top of my main points for loving this movie, this is probably Pixar's funniest movie. I know there's people who can't stand Mike, but I find myself laughing at everything that comes out of his mouth. God knows Pixar has had comical relief characters that become more annoying than funny -- believe me, I've seen the Cars movies. But then there are characters like Mike and Dory, who don't overdo it at least for me, and end up becoming one of the most charming aspects of the film. The movie isn't too long, which is very admirable in a kid's movie, and builds tension perfectly to climax. I've seen this movie many, many, times, and it is always enjoyable and entertaining. This is one of my top 20 favorite films of all time, not because it does anything huge, but merely because of its charm, style, fun, creativity, and entertainment. This is one of the most underrated Pixar movies, usually considered to be the worst of the "good ones" (meaning not A Bug's Life, Cars, Cars 2, Brave, Monsters University, and the Good Dinosaur), which is a shame because it truly is a wonderful film.

Carlos Omar G (ag) wrote: Good Movie recommended...5 stars