Confesiones de una adolescente

Confesiones de una adolescente

Orphan girl has a secret benefactor. When she's old enough to leave the orphanage and enter the real world, she's determined to track him down. Also: having a first boyfriend, yippee!

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Confesiones de una adolescente torrent reviews

MrScoreCrave (au) wrote: No more found footage movies, PLEASE!

Ben F (au) wrote: If you liked The Hollowmen you'll enjoy this. Not for everyone though. Ed was a real highlight.

Mariann M (ca) wrote: thank goodness i saw it on tv. not worth movie prices....story line predictable and characters are blah at best

Adrian B (ca) wrote: Nothing wrong with the acting, just couldn't get into this movie really. Very depressing

David G (br) wrote: Heckler begins interestingly about performers and their vendetta against them. But it becomes all to clear that this is Jamie Kennedy's own personal problems with critics and audiences bashing his crappy movies.

Raquel O (es) wrote: "Inspirefull" real story. I wish I could do something like that in life...even take a tweenty years...

Jesus N (ca) wrote: not as good as Friday

Tim S (nl) wrote: A wonderful film. HBO never lets me down.

Colton C (it) wrote: Great movie! Solid acting and a big middle finger to the traditional Hollywood film format is great. Predictable ending, but I felt content.

Michael C (gb) wrote: Though John Huston is a legend in the world of directing, surprisingly this film in his list of projects tends to be overlooked; I hadn't even heard about it until I saw it listed in a textbook from one of my "Film as Art" classes in college. Despite the fact that it may not be as famed as Huston's other films like "Treasure of the Sierra Madre" or "The African Queen", the influence of this film cannot be underestimated. When I saw this film, I saw echoes of both "The Wrestler" and "Barfly", and even "Raging Bull" likely had some influence drawn from it. And not just in the fact that it is a boxing picture; it is one of the earlier films I've seen that really depicted down and out on-the-skids people trying to reach for a shot at redemption all the while having to inhabit the shady world they had plunged to. Stacy Keach is highly likeable in this film as the washed up boxer, and it was fun to see a young Jeff Bridges as the boxer he attempts to train. Keach isn't as much of a train wreck as some of the later films of this ilk, and in a way he is even more tragic; his character seems like a decent person who fell into rough times simply to cope and let his talent go to waste as a result, rather than someone who selfishly took in excesses to alienate himself. Granted he does borrow money here and there without ever paying back, but theres almost a stronger since of innocence to this character's failures than other movies. Even the way Huston shoots Keach, with numerous upward closeup shots, denotes that this man was at one point a legend and theres still traces of that greatness latently there. The boxing scenes aren't as impressively shot as later films, but still decent for the time. But the boxing is really not as important to this films as it is in other boxing films. This is less a sports movie and more an examination of a hard-living subculture and the efforts some people will have to try to pull themselves out,all the while knowing a part of them will always remain there.

B S (br) wrote: Oddly I can't remember if I actually saw the movie or just read the books. :x it was good anyway lol

Kerby H (ag) wrote: A very generic musical. Well choreographed but not that catchy, and not much to the story other than the music.