A ship of athletes training on the rough seas becomes a symbol of Castro’s Cuba, the games projected on the backdrop of political struggle. This is the story of a ship and of a sports delegation whom the enemy tried to stop from participating in the Tenth Central American and Caribbean Games.
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Cerro Pelado torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Unfortunately, the material here is a little too repetitious to recommend and The Employer's story has been seen in film several times before.
(nl) wrote: Only worth watching for Francis Ng. Anthony Wong imitating Boy George is, er, wrong. The titular Laughing Gor is relegated to being a background character, like he was in Young and Dangerous...
(au) wrote: Beautiful movie! Very touching.
(it) wrote: As the name already says, made up of 10 independent short movies. Most of them are worth watching.
(de) wrote: Good story! one of the best animated feature for a long time. Its actually better than how to train your dragon, unfortunately, it does not appeal to the general public without a cute character that people would remember it by, like a cuddly flying creature.
(mx) wrote: I just watched it and the story line isnt very solid
(de) wrote: Well...um, if your into male prostitutes this is the flick for you
(nl) wrote: I found this movie very weak. It kept my attention and I cared about the characters but it was very disjointed. The music did not fit the scenes and was way too loud. What I did enjoy was watching a 16 year old movie to see a plot without cell phones ,caller I.D, and a much younger Laura Linney, Mark Ruffalo , Matthew Broderick and Rory Culkin.
(de) wrote: a rewatch...forgot abt this little gem........
(de) wrote: Has some pretty good scenes but damn this movie is boring...
(au) wrote: This movie was remade into Airplane. How could you NOT want to see this?
(au) wrote: It is the funniest movie of all time.
(kr) wrote: The first half is played for laughs, the second concentrates on exposing the hypocrisy and futility of the war on drugs. Not especially optimistic, but does give you hope that if America ever changes its policy - however unlikely vested interests make that - the whole world would probably quickly follow suit.
(kr) wrote: Despite its absolute ridiculousness, it's a guilty pleasure for me. It's worth watching just to hear Schwarzenegger yell "Put that cookie DOWN! NOW!!!".
(us) wrote: Some elements of the plot and pacing haven't aged quite so well but it's still absolutly stunning. One of the greatest looking films ever made and the score is fantastic. The restoration is flawless, it's well worth 4hrs of anybodies time.