Ciudad de Dios

Ciudad de Dios

A portrait of a couple, living in poverty and prostitution. Couple is joined by a second woman, and problems escalates.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,  

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David J (de) wrote: "Trollhunter" is a found-footage fantasy film that plays like a nature documentary. Sometimes it's immersive and other times, it's absolutely boring. With exciting chase scenes across Norwegian fjords and humor as dry as astronaut food helping it along, "Trollhunter" is an interesting experience.

Tim D (ag) wrote: This is a very funny spoof on Michael Moore finding the true meaning of America. While Kevin Farley didn't act like Moore, he definitely has talent that can rank up to his brother Chris's. Most jokes will have you cracking up. Some miss the spot though and the story doesn't follow A Christmas Carol as close as I would have liked. But overall, it's a good flick from the Naked Gun director. It's definitely not for extreme liberals who would take this too personally.

Sheetal M (es) wrote: It is one of the bollywood best movie

Stephen F (br) wrote: This movie could have been okay but I was distracted every few minutes by the microphones floating above everyones head. I could tell that it was someone's turn to say their lines when the mic showed up. I had to laugh on a few occasions when the actors got into their scene and would look right up at the microphone.

Miki M (br) wrote: Henry Henry Henry! You are my new hero! You didn't know girls do not have PP like boys, but kept drawing of them; you talked and argued yourself loud yet not with anyone else; you kept drawing till you get better. We missed you a big time...see you somewhere sometime, and hopefully we see you drawing.

Cory B (fr) wrote: shit, the others were great but this is just horrible

Barry R (ca) wrote: One of the best films ever made and a clasic by Kirusawa

Al M (it) wrote: An interesting entry in the 1950s B-Movie sci-fi canon because it features no aliens, monsters, or space trips but instead is merely about broadcasts being sent and supposedly receives from Mars. Ultimately, the film is a meditation on US/Soviet relations and the potential of religion to radically alter the entire structure of civilization. Again, this is really a comment on the U.S.S.R. since they were a "godless nation" at the time and since the film imagines a Soviet revolution based on religious principles. The film is overly cheesy but an intersting social document and is ultimately enjoyable for fans of B-movies.

Suy P (gb) wrote: Enjoyable noir thriller with Dick Powell as an ennui-stricken insurance man who feels the bonds of family man and 9 to 5 grind chafing just a little too much. Investigating the whereabouts of the loot stolen from a firm his company insured, he comes across smoldering femme fatale LIzabeth Scott with (melo)dramatic results. With Raymond Burr as the heavy who saw Lizabeth first, and the remarkably pretty Jane Wyman as Powell's seemingly meek wife. Great shots of 1940s LA and atmospheric photography add charm.

Debbie P (kr) wrote: I love any movie with Gloria Swanson. I saw this a long time ago, and remember enjoying it very much.

Chris B (br) wrote: Re-watching this film after a long time I can't say i was particularly looking forward to it but I was pleasantly surprised at how enjoyable the film was. Both Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston fully embody the roles and make you believe they are feuding brothers. It is fully understandable why Loki has been brought back multiple times as the only convincing Marvel villain to date. I thought Asgard could have been explored a bit more and Thor's line about how 'magic' is just another form of sciences is almost thrown in as a way for the creators to get away with whatever they want. My only other criticism would be aimed at Natalie Portman who almost seems like she doesn't want to really be there. For an actress of her calibre it is thought that maybe a more substantial part could have been found/created.