¡Buen viaje, excelencia!

¡Buen viaje, excelencia!

A ironic and fully irreverent review of the live of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco in his last two years of life.

A ironic and fully irreverent review of the live of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco in his last two years of life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


¡Buen viaje, excelencia! torrent reviews

Nate T (mx) wrote: This is just barely passible. It floats only because of the performances by its cast. On Blu-Ray.

Tom D (nl) wrote: not as cute as the first two, and pretty dull :)

Scott M (ca) wrote: If I didn't have insomnia I would have fell out.

Nick B (de) wrote: None of these people are funny.

Andy W (jp) wrote: The special effects and acting are so atrocious, I felt sick to my stomach.

Heather A (jp) wrote: sad movie they risk everything to go rescue other ppl

Mary W (jp) wrote: Wonderfully acted, wonderful love story.

Kevin R (jp) wrote: Only the spirit within can guide you.In Jamestown, Virginia news has surfaced that John Smith has died. Pocahontas must move on and she starts by representing her tribe in a trip to meet the King of England. The King is getting news that her people are savages and he is considering attacking them. Pocahontas must convince him to cease the attack."Where do we go from here?"Tom Ellery, who worked on the Beauty and the Beast, Wreck-It Ralph, Chicken Little, The Princes and the Frog, Bebe's Kids, and The Little Mermaid films, delivers Pocahontas 2 in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture is fairly interesting and not a complete fail for a sequel. The characters were well delivered and the dialogue and songs were solid. The animation was disappointing and below average. The voices include Irene Bedard, Mel Gibson, Jim Cummings, and Billy Zane."Since you are new here I don't expect you to have them yet."My daughter got this set for Christmas and we sat down and watched it the other night together. She absolutely loved this movie, especially the animals. I was a little annoyed with the quality of the animation, especially the trees, snow, and clouds just looked lazy. The overall film is better than average and likely one of the better sequels. This is worth a viewing and your kids may love it."Listen to your heart."Grade: C+

Jesse K (au) wrote: Superb concept brought together with an interesting filming style and realistic performances.

Tyler P (us) wrote: Premier film de Brandon Lee, un film d'action des annes 80 classique.

Panta O (br) wrote: One of my favourite movies of all times! Best Yugoslav movie ever! Kusturica became legend with it and there is a reason why!Everything is done perfectly and there was no surprise when it won 1985 Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) and the FIPRESCI Prize... I am still not sure why was nominated for the 1985 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film but it did not win it... politics, maybe? Set in post-World War II Yugoslavia during the Informbiro period, the film tells the story through the eyes of a young boy Malik. His father Mesa (played by Miki Manojlovi) has been suspected of working for Cominform and sent to a labor camp after a careless remark about a political newspaper cartoon. The movie opens in June 1950 with a local's serenading field workers. He sings Mexican songs because it's "safer", and children climb trees and play around. The story is from the perspective of the boy, Malik, whose mother Sena tells him that his father is on a business trip. Malik is a chronic sleepwalker. After a while, Mea's wife and children rejoin him in Zvornik. Malik meets Maa, the daughter of a Russian doctor. He falls in love with her, but last sees her when the ambulance takes her away. At the wedding of his maternal uncle Zijah, Malik witnesses his father's affair with a woman pilot. She later tries to commit suicide by using a toilet's flush cord. Sena reconciles with her brother Zijah, who's been diagnosed with diabetes. Read that again... crazy story becomes real life, and real life becomes crazy story, and everything is so smoothly run by the Master himself: Emir Kusturica!

Bernard E (jp) wrote: Somewhat sadly, I have to admit that I understood Frederic's dilemma well. Good film.