Cristiano de la secreta

Cristiano de la secreta

The live of a Christian man who wants to have another experience.

Eddie lives a double life, he is Christian in the temple and aspiring ¨bad boy¨outside. He wants to be like somebody else, in this case ¨Papo¨ a spoiled kid who is always looking for ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cristiano de la secreta torrent reviews

Christopher S (ru) wrote: Good movie it gets four and a half stars until l figure out why I should give it five

Jing Z (au) wrote: there's a lot theories, some of them I cannot agree, just a so-so movie from Woody

Red L (de) wrote: After an Immaculate conception, Miss Ness moves to America to have her kiddies. The monster is killing everything she sees as she is protecting her babies. But a-ha in comes a noted cryptozoologist (is that a word?) to rescue.This movie had some action, but it stinks as a movie. Not logical at all, and the teenagers kissing at the end was so inappropriate.

David S (kr) wrote: Oh dear. It's been a long time coming to see this movie and goodness, my dislike of John Woo continues to new depths. It starts with a horrifically over dramatic beginning, and the Tarantino-esque violence goes on and on and on throughout a movie that should have been far more heart felt. The Navajo Indian part of the film got lost within the "horrors of war" understory.I don't know how many times I'm going to have to see Nicolas Cage overact a part. It's pathetic. Adam Beach is not convincing. And he's not going to get any roles unless there is an under current of Native American empathy. The best acting was done by Jason Isaacs (yet another British actor that plays a better American than the Americans themselves). It's poorly casted, I can't shake Christian Slater as an idiot. He is one. And this sympathetic character isn't convincing either. And Peter Stormare? Is not and will never be an American. It's weak. And over gratuitous. Poor John Woo. Poor.

Matthew H (fr) wrote: Outrageously inappropriate and side-splitting funny because of it. These guys do no wrong.

Gome A (br) wrote: Pity in description of this film above is revealed the only thing which is actually good about this film ... oh well and there it goes ... :(


William D (it) wrote: "Sudden Fear" is not much more than an ordinary thriller, but it is directed and acted so perfectly that it is uniquely gripping and satisfying. Its stars, Joan Crawford and an alarmingly young and studly Jack Palance, both won Oscar nominations for their work in the film. Not many thrillers can say that. Director David Miller may have had a lackluster career overall, but he was in top form here. Crawford plays a highly successful playwright, Palance a struggling actor trying to get a part in one of her plays. The two eventually fall in love, marry, and move to her native San Francisco, despite a fairly significant age difference. The movie plays like a delightful love story until a shocking turning point morphs it suddenly into a film noir. I won't reveal the details and ruin the surprise. I'll just say that you'll be on the edge of your seat every minute, and the emotional shock that Crawford's character undergoes you will feel deeply.

Cosmin I (de) wrote: It's alright as a movie but nothing more

Greg W (us) wrote: Uneven portmanteau horror, but when it works, it's very good.

Chris M (de) wrote: Disturbing and creepy British horror film with a whole bunch of memorable moments. It's quite the creepy little film, mostly due to Stanley Myers' creepy score, Shelia Keith's odd ball performance, and, of course, Pete Walker's masterful direction. This is a hard movie to forget once you've seen it.