The film centres on Moncho and his coming-of-age experience in Galicia in 1936. Moncho develops a close relationship with his teacher Don Gregorio who introduces the boy to different things in the world. While the story centres on Moncho's ordinary coming-of-age experiences, tensions related to the looming Spanish Civil War periodically interrupt Moncho's personal growth and daily life.
- Stars:Fernando Fernán Gómez, Manuel Lozano, Uxía Blanco, Gonzalo Uriarte, Alexis de los Santos, Jesús Castejón, Guillermo Toledo, Elena Fernández, Tamar Novas, Tatán, Roberto Vidal Bolaño, Celso Parada, Celso Bugallo, Antonio Lagares, Milagros Jiménez,
- Director:José Luis Cuerda,
- Writer:Rafael Azcona, José Luis Cuerda, Manuel Rivas
For Moncho, it's an idyllic year: he starts school, he has a wonderful teacher, he makes a friend in Roque, he begins to figure out some of the mysteries of Eros, and, with his older ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: A charming, accurate look at the lives of two interesting, modern women, between whom there is excellent chemistry.
(br) wrote: The reason for McCanick's anger throughout the film, which is supposed to draw you in, ends up being neither shocking or surprising - in fact, it's so pointless that I'm questioning whether or not the director knows which decade we're currently living in... when the film ends, you'll be thinking 'that's all?''
(us) wrote: Un poco apresurada en sus desiciones resulta esta pelcula, pero eso no impide que Darn nos regale otra actuacin tremenda tal como nos tiene acostumbrados....... larga vida al cine argentino!!
(es) wrote: Liked it a lot and recommend it. Remember its a satire and parody in corrido form.
(jp) wrote: Bizarre Asian style action in the middle of Louis XV's France, the Brotherhood of the Wold tries to be memorable but ultimately comes up short. It's one of those movies where you watch it, scratch your head and move on.
(nl) wrote: this movie BLEW ASS!
(nl) wrote: really really good movie
(it) wrote: Made for tv dreck. The ATC stuff was somewhat accurate but plenty to roll eyes at for those that understand aviation. Kiefer is the only thing holding this turd together at all and it really wasn't worth it.
(gb) wrote: My god I liked this...rich with character and great performances by all....not for those who like action in their movies...but a wonderful (and true) story that I found to be totally absorbing...I'm so glad I stumbled across it
(gb) wrote: Fun and funny until it totally isn't, "Maximum Overdrive" is a brutal, gory, and unnecessary film that strives too hard for a shock rather than focussing on a consistent story. It is odd saying that about a film written and directed by Stephen King, but seeing as this is the only film he has ever directed, that is not a surprise in the slightest. He has now found his footing elsewhere, but quite honestly, he had a rocky start to his career with this film. A series of freak occurrences during a Comet affecting the planet, causes trucks and other inanimate objects to "come to life" and terrorize the town and all the people in it. Bonding to stay alive, the majority of the cast locks themselves in a gas station surrounded by trucks circling around them, waiting to pounce. Again, the first 30 minutes of this film are so over-the-top and fun that I was having a blast; However, the film slows right down, confining it to one space with not very much happening, and I found myself pretty bored. In a film with not a very interesting premise to begin with, I was hoping for a lot more shocking moments than what was presented. Overall, it's a fun movie for a bit, but the it stops being that and becomes a borefest. A very forgettable movie.
(jp) wrote: Young mute daughter starts speaking in the voice of her father, who was murdered 16 years earlier in a mob hit. Several former mobsters at the girl's mom's legitimate drive-in business die in mysterious deaths. A paranormal psychologist tries to piece the phenomena together. Scenes copied from The Exorcist added to the entertainment value.