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Calamari Union

An exodus to a better life in Eira

Calamari Union is the best great movie of Aki Kaurismäki. This movie was introduced in 1985. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, such as Timo Eränkö, Kari Heiskanen, Asmo Hurula, Sakke Järvenpää, Sakari Kuosmanen, Dave Lindholm, Mikko Mattila, Pate Mustajärvi, Tuomari Nurmio, Pirkka-Pekka Petelius, Matti Pellonpää, Pertti Sveholm, Martti Syrjä, Pantse Syrjä, Markku Toikka. There are many categories, such as Comedy. The rating is 7.2 in We have a good movie to watch. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 80 minutes. Itachi8x is crazy uploader, she is very proactive. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Crazy', so what is your thought. Do you know what are visitors? ChimTo is the best. I don't fight my iPad screen. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

An exodus to a better life in Eira

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Denise P (us)

Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale have enough committed chemistry to add just the right amount of complexity to Vacancy, a tense, frightening and deliciously original installment in the eternal horror genre that illuminates the concept of snuff filmography to emanate the filmmakers' unabashed love for the magic of horror movies

Edmund T (ag)

One thing that Carlos Saura did well though was in showing that fado is for everyone: the young and old, the poor and well-off, Portuguese, Brazilian, and even someone who has never heard it before. However, I would've liked to see Saura break up the performances with some interviews or documentary-type footage even if it would mean extending the film. The film cuts to the chase and there is no filler for sure. "Fados" is a recommended film to anyone who enjoys music, especially music from other countries. It shows in the setting of the performances as mentioned before, but also in the repeated use of shadows and mirrors to try to keep the audience visually interested in the film. Why not use a shot like that as the lead-in/buildup to one of the performances?The director, Carlos Saura, could be working with a limited budget and timeline. It was probably meant to acknowledge the "behind the scenes" people, but it took some of the magic away for me. The last shot of the movie is a bird's-eye view showing dancers rehearsing, film crew, and costume racks that ends with a slow zoom on a camera lens. This was an energetic piece to kick the movie off with, but the whole thing felt artificial as the performers marched around screens instead of buildings and danced on a wooden studio floor instead of cobblestone streets. The most striking example is the first piece, which is a parade of drums, whistles, dancers, and people holding up model airplanes and ships. While this gives the dancers an optimal place to perform, it leaves this viewer wanting more. My main complaint about the movie is that most, if not all, of the performances take place in the sterilized space of a studio. I found myself wanting to applaud on several occasions before the movie was over. The music is phenomenal and the dancing spans a wide range of styles. Often they are dressed in traditional clothes and costumes, which reveals another facet of the culture. The camerawork gives good focus to singers, musicians, and dancers. This movie is a collection of traditional and contemporary fado performances that gives a great glimpse into that world of music. Fado is a genre of Portuguese music that has survived to this day

Frank S (kr)

ell, except for all the titties!. . . but there is nothing in this film that holds your attention. . . In all fairness, I admit that I have a dislike of David Schwimmer that overshadowed the movie. Pretty lame

Hannah D (jp)

The best song was saved to last: I sing the body electric. I Iliked the various excerpts of different classical pieces, and I found the characters in it very engaging to watch. I was expecting to only like this for the music, but I found it very entertaining with lots of interesting scenes

Jay B (it)

Brainless, but quirky and funny enough to warrant a watch

Jennifer A (br)

She is elegant and beautiful and was said to have been friends with Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. It is great to watch the first pairing of Fred and Ginger, but it is also a great movie from Delores Del Rio, (arguably) the first "Mexican Leading Lady"

Manuel T (de)

). I own the whole collection of books and the movies that have come out and they are all extremely funny and highly recommended

Michael W (ca)

A gritty film with some mean characters that scores a 10 on the intensity scale. NY has seen some improvement since this venture. Contains a great chase scene. A case of mistaken identity for a kidnapper looking to 'juggle' the books his way; with relentless pursuit by ex-cop thru sewers and gutters of NYC

MyFriendAli (ag)

Loved it, Good Dance, Story of all the struggling actors!

Ruhan R (jp)

Aside from the thematic difficulties it was a pretty interesting plot and it managed to entertain me. I'm not sure if Kasdan was the right guy for this movie though. I guess John Kostmayer was trying to capture the bizarre nature of the story, which was probably what caught his attention in the first place. It seemed awfully lighthearted for a true story about attempted homicide. Lawrence Kasdan didn't seem too sure on a tone. Joey reminded me of Mario right off the bat. The first half of this movie really delighted me with it's colourful characters and fun dialogues