Campo de Batalla

Campo de Batalla

Due to social unrest in the streets of La Paz (Bolivia), the owner of a modest beauty salon in a suburb of the city and her family, are forced to spend a few days together trapped inside ...

Due to social unrest in the streets of La Paz (Bolivia), the owner of a modest beauty salon in a suburb of the city and her family, are forced to spend a few days together trapped inside ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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matt c (br) wrote: I have watched it a few times and I think it is great because the first time I watched it ,it

Eytan D (gb) wrote: Is "The Canal" the most original movie? The answer is no. In fact, it very clearly borrows from other ghost stories of the golden age. However, how it manages to still be creepy is another story. Director Ivan Kavanagh knows how to build tension and blur the line between supernatural and psychological terror, which makes the movie all the more scary. Even if it does borrow a lot, "The Canal" assembles a series of some truly frightening images, and it is helped by its element of implication (there isn't much gore here), Rupert Evans's great performance, its cinematography, and a score that is sure to produce major anxiety. "The Canal" is proof that though mainstream horror is taking a turn for the better, foreign productions still know how to freak you out.

Dean R (ag) wrote: One of the worst movies ever made.

Dandan Z (jp) wrote: watched it because the film is set in my hometown - Ningbo. I held quite a low expectation before viewing it, as Chen Kaige's last fantasy movie The Promise was completely a disaster. This one, however, turned out to be much better. It evolves arounds a small incident, and touches on several burning issues right now happening in China.

Alex A (fr) wrote: I wanted more out of this movie after seeing the thumbs up seasons... But I loved this movie. It is raw, honest, well put together and just a great story/storyteller. Also, very gonzo, very.

Danette C (gb) wrote: this is the best book that I've ever read. i love how kyle become's nice to lyinda.

Kok Hoong F (br) wrote: Four handheld cameras. Shot in one take and in real time for 97 minutes. The objects of the cameras intersect the quarters of the screen and the actors have to improvise throughout, working only along the outline of a story revolving around a movie production. It is said that it was shot 15 times to allow the improvisation to mature! Possibly for the first time, the filming style is the main character and the story and its characters are merely the supporting roles.

Nicola W (us) wrote: I found this really slow in the beginning and quite boring. It got better towards the end but definitely not the best version of snow white I've ever seen.

Jason D (ca) wrote: What? I'm popping Trilogy of Terror II's virgin cherry??? Sweet! This updated TV movie of the classic from the 70's is a much better update and modernization of horror stories including one about rats that eat people, dead or alive, one about a woman bringing her freaky dead kid back to life, and finally a remake of the classic He Who Kills story about the roid-raging Afircan Doll that goes apeshit on a woman in her apartment. Good stuff.

Douglas P (gb) wrote: Such a fine young lass,to bad i had to blow up her ass lol

Darian D (au) wrote: One of Bill Murray's best films he's ever done and while Richard Dreyfuss is one of my "take it or leave it" actors I've thought he was great as the psychologist and really steals the show in the movie, who can't help but love the dinner scene with Bill Murray being emotional with all the food that he's eating?

Kurtiss K (it) wrote: Filled with engaging characters and Hitchcock's trademark framing, Frenzy is another powerful suspense thriller from the master himself.

Ibraheem M (ru) wrote: Definitely not a film for everyone, slow-moving and very obscure and doesn't hold a very powerful idea to be long remembered.

Paul E (ca) wrote: Mothra is way too nice of a monster to be a genuine threat.

Anna N (fr) wrote: A classic = Want to see it.

Bill B (us) wrote: This one actually reminded me a bit of something like Cruising, in that Eastwood's character seems to be slowly disappearing into a sexual underworld, though this never gets as sleazy as Pacino's descent into gay S & M.Eastwood has kids to take care of in this one, which makes his pursuit of a killer all the more personal as he threatens the children.It's a decent little watch, but nothing earth-shattering.Rental?