Currito de la Cruz

Currito de la Cruz

The rivalry between the old bullfighter Manolo Carmona and young Romerita it takes to seduce Rocio, the Carmona's daughter, and elope with her. After a year, Romerita leaves the girl and the daughter, who spend all kinds of calamities. Some time later, Romerita dies after a fuck in the bullring in Talavera de la Reina. At the same time, Currito de la Cruz, a young bullfighter sponsored by Carmona, who has always been in love with dew, waiting patiently for the girl forget the past.

The rivalry between the old bullfighter Manolo Carmona and young Romerita it takes to seduce Rocio, the Carmona's daughter, and elope with her. After a year, Romerita leaves the girl and the daughter, who spend all kinds of calamities. Some time later, Romerita dies after a fuck in the bullring in Talavera de la Reina. At the same time, Currito de la Cruz, a young bullfighter sponsored by Carmona, who has always been in love with dew, waiting patiently for the girl forget the past. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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KC H (au) wrote: Really? The whole world shuts down because we ran out of gas? Movie ran out of gas about four minutes into it.

Artemis C (mx) wrote: I seldom have a chance to see Danish movie, especially in English. It's a movie about bortherhood, love, and sacrifice. I like those weird characters in it.

Camille L (nl) wrote: Full Frontal est la version riche de Schizopolis. Plus long (un poil trop), encore plus provocateur, avec encore moins de sens, le film est une fabuleuse plongee hilarante et passionnant dans l'esprit nebuleux de Steven Soderbergh, bien aide par des acteurs excellents (Blair Underwood, Julia Roberts) et des cameos fantastiques (David Fincher, Brad Pitt et autres Jeff Garlin dans le role d'Harvey Weinstein) qui ne font qu'accentuer la qualite de l'entreprise. Un grand film trop meconnu.

Ken T (nl) wrote: Not a bad flick...I would have thought that Melanie would have learned to act by now. Obviously I was wrong..."

Kevin E (kr) wrote: This was a really good film very funny but it could of been better, then again it might just be me being picky. lol.

Randy C (ru) wrote: brings back memories!

Ian C (gb) wrote: THIS IS THE GREATEST MOVIE OF ALL TIME, OF ALL TIME EVER IN INFINITY. Prince, the Time, New Jack Swing, and the debut of the New Power Generation? THE GREATEST. MOVIE. OF ALL. TIME.

Martin D (ru) wrote: Remember that controversial participation game of the 1980s called "Dungeons and Dragons"? Remember how sociologists warned us that the game was potentially dangerous to those who couldn't altogether separate fantasy from reality. This is the premise of Mazes and Monsters, a made-for-TV film based on the best-seller by Rona Jaffee. Future Oscar-winner Tom Hanks portrays one of four college students who become so deeply involved in a Mazes & Monsters session that the results may turn fatal at any moment. Despite its potential for silly sensationalism, the film is based on a believable premise, and arrives at a logical conclusion. When first aired December 28, 1982, this Canadian-American production was titled Rona Jaffee's Mazes and Monsters.

Christine R (de) wrote: This one starts out really nice and seemingly predictable and then gets turned upside down by Mickey Borden (John Garfield). I loved it, and love Claude Rains. All of the sisters are pretty great too. Good casting.

Emily W (kr) wrote: Very romantic and funny. Loved it.

Battle T (es) wrote: I love Bette Middler, and granted I got in on like the middle of the movie. I sort of lost interest about 30 minutes to an hour into watching the movie.

Stuart K (ru) wrote: Based upon the TV series The Thick of It, created by Armando Iannucci, who co-wrote and directed this film. The series satirised the inner-workings of the British government, for the film version, Iannucci and his team set their targets higher, and took on the dangerous world of Anglo-American politics, especially in the light of the War on Terror. It's a savage film, but there are good laughs to be had. There's unrest in the Middle East, and when new Minister for International Development Simon Foster (Tom Hollander) says on Radio 4 that war in the Middle East is "unforeseeable", Foster finds himself being read the riot act by spin doctor Malcolm Tucker (Peter Capaldi). However, Foster's comments make waves over in Washington, where US Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomacy Karen Clarke (Mimi Kennedy) and General George Miller (James Gandolfini) believe they could use Foster as a meat puppet to oppose the war, as America doesn't have enough troops. So Foster, his aide Toby Wright (Chris Addison) and Tucker head to America. Politics have changed a lot since the days of being satirised on Yes, Minister. Now, it's a cutthroat world, full of backstabbing and trivia and games being played out. It's a TV to film adaptation which works well, as the scope is widened and the targets are now on both sides of the Atlantic. It has some hilarious dialogue as well.

Jocey D (nl) wrote: It was pleasant and easy to watch. A nice light romance blossoms against the backdrop of second chances. High Grant and Marisa Tomei have positive chemistry.

Spencer K (br) wrote: I am a fan of Tod Solondz quirky and off beat style of films, but I wasn't a huge fan of this one. it was a little to depressing and somber. maybe it's because I wasn't expecting that, but I was really off out by it. the acting is good and it's written well, but it wasn't what I was expecting.