Corto Maltese - Sous le signe du capricorne
In 1916, laconic adventurer Corto Maltese is in Paramaribo, Surinam visiting his mystic female friend Java. He helps a young heir haunted by voodoo spirits, delivers some weapons to rebels in Brazil and hunts for treasure with Rasputin.
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Corto Maltese - Sous le signe du capricorne torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Exactly what I expected...
(gb) wrote: This movie made me howl with laughter , quirky but funny , I have a new action hero now in Jack. Plus one of the coolest villains I've seen in along time.
(ca) wrote: The movie had fair acting from F. Murray Abraham. The premise and the storyline of the movie works for me as well any Horror/Sci-fi/Action flick. The problem is with the direction and acting of the actors that leave so much to be desired. This movie suffers from one big lack: the monkey. Every so often you'll get some blood and at one point there's an arm. I will say they paced the suspense out, but others might not be so patient. With minimal action, minimal gore, no nudity, this is not the ideal horror movie.
(ag) wrote: I have very little tolerance for propaganda of any colour. incredibly unrealistic ones at that. I had to fast forward through most of this nonsense.
(fr) wrote: they made a huge mistake by put j-lo and marc anthony together as the main role, actually j=lo's performance wasn't that bad, only marc on the other hand was sort of annoying #justsaying
(nl) wrote: (Watched Thu 09 Aug 2007)
(kr) wrote: What a great movie. Apparently, Georgian/Jewish family values include a prohibition on males marrying an older woman. Zaza's family carries out a despicable course of action when they find out he has other ideas, but their humanity is also quite apparent. A small miracle.
(ru) wrote: The fights scenes were freaking amazing!
(ru) wrote: I don't care what anyone says. There's a lot of laughs to be had here.
(ca) wrote: Despite having frequent flaws within its plot, Rocky 4 is an extremely ambitious movie that is definitely worth watching.
(gb) wrote: It makes me laugh when I watch john kid
(br) wrote: In the future all plant life on Earth has become extinct. A few specimens have been preserved in enormous, greenhouse-like geodesic domes attached to a fleet of American Airlines space freighters, currently just outside the orbit of Saturn. Freeman Lowell (Bruce Dern), one of four crewmen aboard the Valley Forge, is the resident botanist and ecologist who carefully preserves a variety of plants for their eventual return to Earth and the reforestation of the planet. Lowell spends most of his time in the domes, both cultivating the crops and attending to the animal life. Orders come from Earth to jettison and destroy the domes (with nuclear charges) and return the freighters to commercial service. After four of the six domes are jettisoned and blown up Lowell rebels and opts instead to save the plants and animals on his ship. Lowell kills one of his crew-mates who arrives to plant explosives in his favorite dome, with his right knee seriously injured in the process. He traps the remaining two crewmen in the other dome, just as it is jettisoned and destroyed. Enlisting the aid of the ship's three service robots, called drones, Lowell stages a fake premature explosion as a ruse and sends the Valley Forge careening towards Saturn in an attempt to hijack the ship and flee with the last forest dome..."Silent Running" is a 1972 environmentally-themed American science fiction film directed by Douglas Trumbull, who had previously worked as a special effects supervisor on science fiction films, including "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "The Andromeda Strain" and Michael Cimino was one of the screenwriters. In 2008, "Silent Running" was nominated for AFI's Top10Science Fiction Films list."Silent Running" has been on my to see list forever and it was a treat to finally see it. With this ecopolitical story it does stand out in the genre and its topic is as current as ever. Its about isolation, alienation, lost causes, and the inevitable future we have created ourselves. Its a low key movie compared to what you normally see in this genre and with a lesser budget. I do like the cross between deep space hopelessness and the hope for a future. Bruce Dern is great as Freeman showing his complexity as an actor. And the great take on using multiple-amputee actors (Mark Persons, Steve Brown, Cheryl Sparks, and Larry Whisenhunt) playing/operating the three drone robots Huey, Dewey, and Louie (named after Donald Duck's nephews) breathes truly life into the story. In 2011, 65daysofstatic, an instrumental post-rock and math rock band, released an alternate soundtrack to the film, which is the version I saw and to be honest that was kind of difficult to cope with at times.
(au) wrote: Henry (Steve Martin) and Nancy Clark (Goldie Hawn) are a married couple whose passion cooled long ago. But now their last child has left the nest, and the solidly Midwestern Clarks have a chance to relocate to New York City. Anything can happen. And for the next 24 hours, everything does. Luggage is lost. A private marital moment becomes very public. A rude hotel manager vexes them and an angry Rottweiler pursues them. These and many more antics fly by wild and fast.also stars John Cleese, Mark McKinney, Oliver Hudson, Cynthia Nixon, Mo Gaffney, Gregory Jbara and Rudolph W. Giuliani.directed by Sam Weisman.
(nl) wrote: I dug it. I love Robin, he is a bad ass. Good cast. Batty! Worthy rewatch. Seen 7/7/16