Casa de los babys
A group of women, including Skipper, the wealthy young Jennifer and the domineering Nan, journey from the United States to South America in hopes of easily adopting children. Unfortunately, their plans are complicated by local laws that require the women to live in the foreign nation for an extended period before they can take in orphaned kids. While stuck in another country, the women bond as they share their aspirations and anxieties.
- Stars:Angelina Peláez, Lizzie Curry Martinez, Vanessa Martinez, Amanda Álvarez, Said Martinez, Abel Salas, Marco Mondragón, José Reyes, Claudia Benitez, Ignacio de Anda, José Reyes Jr., Emmanuel González, El Flaco de Oro de Acapulco, Dave Baez, Blanca Loaria,
- Country:USA, Mexico
- Director:John Sayles,
- Writer:John Sayles
Six American women who planned on travelling to South America to adopt babies are forced, by law, to live there. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Casa de los babys torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: A pretty unfunny film, similar to the Hangover Part 3 where it almost felt as though they weren't trying for a comedy but they advertised the film as a comedy instead to make a few extra dollars at the box office. This was a weird dark comedy that mostly failed at drama and comedy
(de) wrote: Enjoyable low key film. The show was stolen be Vera Farmiga as Ricky's self-centred wife.
(br) wrote: It's a fun over the top zombie action film.
(au) wrote: Seriously, Hollywood's went from the hilarious spoof-classic "Airplane", to this? Rarely do I come across a "comedy" that leaves me face-palming, and staring at the screen blankly throughout it's running time. The humor consists of juvenile, disgusting, bizarre, pointless and annoyingly arbitrary gags just for the sake of happening. Even some of the Scary Movies had funny, guilty pleasure moments; this was just boring, random and stupid. Meet the Spartans serves as a stamp of approval that the spoof genre has long since run out of gas.
(it) wrote: Ehhh.. Bad quality and Bad actors it would be better with Tim Allen
(gb) wrote: Did NOT like the structure of this film.
(mx) wrote: Candy's last film, however i'm still not interested.
(br) wrote: Very good movie with Alfre Woodard and Mary Steenburgen.
(mx) wrote: 3.0/10Batman Forever shot the franchise in the stomach, but did not finish it off. A semi-decent performance by Jim Carey as the Riddler provided enough to keep a person from leaving, but the movie as a whole is a worthless pile of garbage that is as painful to your life as being stabbed in the side. A waste of time you will never get back.
(nl) wrote: It's always a tragic mess when a story tries to approach religion with an attitude of "in the end, everybody's right." This is no exception, and some of the plot's most moving moments get tainted with silly theology.The moving moments are not to be overlooked, though, and there's good reason this movie won the Oscar for its visuals. Yet, this movie has a much heavier "feel" to it when one considers the circumstances of Robin Williams' passing. I cried as I watched the beloved actor's reaction to learning the consequences of suicide, the emotions in the scene no longer feeling scripted. As the credits rolled at the conclusion, I felt a renewed void that I hadn't felt since August 2014.I saw "What Dreams May Come" in the theaters as a pre-teen, and it was the first DVD I ever owned. Over the years, I've seen this movie more times than I can remember. The week after Robin Williams died, I wanted to watch this again, but thought his tragic end was too fresh to be able to enjoy seeing this. So, I waited 8 months to watch it in hopes that I would be more mentally "prepared" to see it. To my dismay, it wasn't any easier watching it in April 2015 than it would've been in August 2014. Because it was my first DVD (and therefore has a sentimental value that is lacking in most of the other 300-some DVDs in my collection), I won't be getting rid of it. But, I can tell you this much: I'll never watch this movie again for the rest of my life.