Julia (Rojo) is a phone operator in Mexico City who divides her time between her job, her daughter and the danzon: a cuban dance very popular in Mexico and Central America. Every wednesday ...

Julia (Rojo) is a phone operator in Mexico City who divides her time between her job, her daughter and the danzon: a cuban dance very popular in Mexico and Central America. Every wednesday ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Danzón torrent reviews

Roselyne R (gb) wrote: De tres tres belles images tournees en Siberie,on a meme dorit a une aurore boreale, les loups sont magnifiques et les louveteaux attendrissants, mais quel dommage d'avoir mis tous ces acteurs francais qui jouent le role des eleveurs de rennes !! Avec un scenario l'eau de rose, des dialogues qui frolent le cliche, tout cela tres conventionnel !!

Jenny M (ru) wrote: Truly, I just did not get how they could classify this as a comedy. It was slow and did not have that great as a story.

Fong K (jp) wrote: A very courageous documentary addressing the woes of stoic Christian parents dealing the coming-out of their homosexual children. In one scene, a spiritual leader said that the bible should not be read by anyone because it has been abused for ages to discriminate black people, Jews, and even left-handers. The theologians also shed light of the interpretation of homosexuality in the bible as "abomination" and the definition of the word used in a fuller context. It suggests the bible neither supports nor disapproves of homosexuality. As uncomfortable to watch, I choose to believe the documentary because simply if the bible is correct in encouraging discrimination then why we have not seen a single documentary made about it?

Anna M (ru) wrote: Good film. A bit slow but had a great ending, really sad

Aaron S (ca) wrote: Martin Compston played the lead actor in this nail biting film. Ken Loach portrays reality, bringing in actors who relate very closely to their acting roles, resulting in a film that was almost documentary in style. A great film that wasnt given the exposure it should have gotten.

Alma C (it) wrote: es una de mis pelculas favoritas...la he visto miles de veces y nunca me canso... me encanta, ah y la peli, tambi (C)n... !!!

Gregory D (kr) wrote: Martin Scorsese's intimate exploration of Italian cinema from the silent-era, through the vastly important neo-realism movement, and to the works of Fellini and Antonioni. The documentary is just over four hours in length but Scorsese take the time to show just how each film and film maker is important to the history of film and how they have impacted him.

Jamerson A (au) wrote: 1 of the best movies of all time, hands down!!!!!!

Joel N (jp) wrote: This thing is all over the place. April Grace, Julianne Moore and John Cusack do well, but some of the other sequences--in particular the Gillian Anderson and the Laurie Metcalf sequences--feel like they belong to a different movie.

Robert H (mx) wrote: A lot of people harp on this Trancers outing but I particularly enjoyed it. It's Trancers goes Medieval!The story here makes more sense than most Full Moon releases and Jack Deth is back fighting trancers... lots and lots of trancers. With plenty of comedy and action, this Trancers outing should please fans but for some reason it doesn't. Is it the mix of a fantasy setting with the scifi or were fans just wanting more of the same from the previous outings?I'll admit the time travel to a medieval world is a little tired and Jack Deth doesn't seem so badass without his super gun but this film still worked for me and continuing on in the direction the previous films had been down would have probably seemed just as tired. Worth checking out at least once.

Nathan B (gb) wrote: it fails as an action movie, it fails as a thriller, the soundtrack fails, the sound itself fails, the editing and pacing is absolute fail, when a horrendously hilarious script is the only good part of a movie you know you have one of the worst films ever made in your hands

Mandy M (br) wrote: Disappointing movie! I love Waters....LOVED Divine but this move was just horrible. I guess I expected more and just kind of left me flat.

Alex r (de) wrote: Richard Attenborough crafts a disturbing psychological horror yarn with a good cast. The film stars Anthony Hopkins as a ventriloquist who can't separate himself from his dummy, and slowly loses his mind. At times there film could have been improved upon, and considering it's idea, should have been a far better film, but as it is it's a tense, atmospheric picture that manages to be entertaining due to the casts performances. Where the film lacks however is that it feels like it tries too hard with its interesting idea, therefore it loses sight of what's really going on. Luckily Hopkins is chilling in his performance and he makes the film watchable and good. However, at times the film does leave a lot to be desired in terms of sheer terror and memorable chills. The idea is disturbing, but the terror is never quite there. At least the film has some tense atmosphere to make up for the lack effective scares. Anthony Hopkins is very good here, but he would later deliver afar superior performance in his legendary role of Hannibal Lecter in the horror masterpiece Silence of the Lambs. Magic is a good film, but it does fall short of its potential. Worth seeing if you enjoy Hopkins' work, and Dummy/doll movies. However there are far better films in the genre to be watching than this one. Don't go into this one expecting a memorable horror film, because you won't find it. Like I said, the film is good, but doesn't hold up in the long run in terms of terror. It's atmospheric yes, and disturbing, but it never goes deeper in terms of trying to find what's really terrifying. Magic is a good little film, but don't expect to be terrified when you watch this.