Despedida de soltero

Despedida de soltero

A couple of friends, "Carmen" (Silvia Solar) and "Miguel"(Germán Cobos), fail to raise the money needed to marry. These difficulties encouraged the illusion of the boy, who wants a shot leaving for another country. The dreams of "Miguel" are approved and encouraged by "Don Pablo", (Pepe Isbert) musician of the Municipal Band and uncle of Carmen, in his years young was unable to reach them. On the other hand, Carmen lives with his aunt "Antonia" (Matilde Muñoz Sanpedro), which does not speak with his brother "Don Pablo", and whose sole ambition is to see married her niece, because in order to "maid" in the family there is enough with her. But with the arrival in Cádiz of the president of a south American country, everything is going to change course.

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Max W (ag) wrote: A kaleidoscope of bumbling nonsense.

Stefan S (ru) wrote: Poor Poor Poor. A Bad outlet for Vinnie Jones and an even worse one for Eriq lLa Salle with a Jamaican accent. Lennox Lewis stinks to high heaven and one is not sure of the exct plot or point of this movie....

Luke H (us) wrote: An excellent film, though let down ever so slightly by its inconclusive ending.

gary t (jp) wrote: WOW.....WOW....WOW.....JUST SEEN THIS MOVIE 4 THE 1ST TIME N THINK THAT THIS IS SUCH A GOOD MOVIE 2 WATCH.......its got a good cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie.....I think that john Travolta, lisa kudrow, tim roth, Michael Rappaport, ed o neill, play good roles/parts throughout this movie.......I think that the director of this comedy movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....Filming locations in Pennsylvania included Carlisle, Mechanicsburg, Enola, Harrisburg, Hershey, Lancaster, Palmyra, Penn Township, West Fairview, and Wormleysburg. Scenes also were filmed in California in Arcadia scenes along Route 66 stood in for Harrisburg's Route 22, Buena Park, Long Beach, and Sacramento, and in St. Augustine, Florida.Critical receptionLucky Numbers earned negative reviews from critics, as it holds a 20% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 96 reviews.Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times noted the film "tells too much story at not enough energy. It should have been cut back and cranked up. Instead, it keeps introducing new characters until the plot becomes a juggling act just when it should be a sprint. And there's another problem: Is it intended as a comedy, or not? I ask because there are funny things in it, and then gruesome things, sad things and brutal things. Quentin Tarantino was able to cover that spread in Pulp Fiction. But Nora Ephron . . . doesn't find a way . . . So much depends on tone in a movie. Either you find the right one and stick with it, or you're in trouble (unless, like Tarantino, you really know what you're doing). If we're supposed to like these people, then there's a point beyond which they should not go in their villainy. If we're not, then the scenes where they're nice should have more irony . . . By the end of the film, we're less entertained than relieved. Lots of stuff happened, and much of it might have been interesting in a different kind of film. Here we got the curious sense that the characters are racing around Harrisburg breathlessly trying to keep up with the plot." Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle observed, "As both a writer and a director, Ephron has specialized in sentiment mixed with wiseguy banter - a combination that sometimes works but just as often succeeds only in being both cloying and irritating. In Lucky Numbers . . . [she] is suddenly liberated, and she guides her talented cast toward performances that are playful and yet comically precise . . . It's a bit of fluff that, all the same, is a gentle commentary on human nature . . . Mainly it's just a showcase for a lot of gifted comic actors to show their stuff - and for Travolta to go from complacency to wide-eyed panic, hitting all points in between." Michael O'Sullivan of the Washington Post said, "Although Travolta gets top billing, Kudrow is the film's true manic engine, and her ability to carry off perky amorality propels the preposterous plot forward through numerous twists and setbacks . . . Her co-star, looking bloated and inert, appears to have settled into the role of the fall guy rather than even attempt to be an active participant. Ephron doesn't look as if she has her heart in the job either. Yes, the film is dark (literally as well as figuratively, since certain scenes are almost murky), but the director doesn't seem to want to acknowledge that the material is as cantankerous as it is. Time and time again, she keeps pulling back from the abyss just when Resnick's story lets us know that it's ready to abandon all social decency and hurl itself over the edge." Lisa Schwarzbaum of Entertainment Weekly graded the film with a "D" and commented, "The laughs are few in this inert, ungenerous comedy because Ephron's tendency to condescend to her characters, coupled with Harrisburg-born Resnick's mocking worldview . . . makes for a queasy time." She added everyone in the cast is "ill-served by the director's rhythmless pacing, her muddy visual sense, and her insistence on reducing characters to caricatures."The film was released on DVD on March 20, 2001. It is in anamorphic widescreen format with audio tracks in English and French and subtitles in English. Bonus features include an audio commentary with Nora Ephron and interviews with the cast and crew.John Travolta's performances in this and Battlefield Earth won him the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor.man I think that this is such a really funny movie 2 watch.....I think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch.......I think that john Travolta was absolutely funny throughout this movie.....man I think that lisa kudrow was really good throughout this movie....I think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie, I think that this is such an underrated movie 2 watch but it is such a really funny movie 2 watchThe screenplay by Adam Resnick was inspired by the 1980 Pennsylvania Lottery scandal.I think that both lazy detectives Lakewood (Bill Pullman) and Chambers (Daryl Mitchell), were absolutely funny throughout this movie......man this is such an underrated movie 2 watch, but man it is such an enjoyable movie 2 watch. with a great cast throughout this movie, it is such a really funny movie 2 watch......

WS W (it) wrote: One significant piece in the HK Cinema history.

Eric R (es) wrote: Dusan Makavejev's third feature is a interesting, weird, yet somewhat captivating collage which is essentially a documentary about the first Serbian talkie, which is a rather laughable melodrama. Makavejev uses footage from the actual film, interviews with the people behind the film, and stock footage to tell this bizarre tale. It's essentially a probing study of juxtaposition, as he creates a film as much about the state of Yugoslavia's past and present, as it is about the first Serbian talkie and it's stars. It's an interesting piece fo'sho, but It just didn't grab my attention the way I was hoping it would. That is, outside the sequences revolving around the star of the film, Acrobat Aleksic. These segments about this man are incredibly entertaining. Aleksic has such a presence and he's such a bizarrely captivating individual that you can't help but have a smile on your face whenever he is on screen. All in all it's a rather typical Makavejev type film in all it's strange glory.

Thomas B (de) wrote: ***It tells a great story, and the movie deserves to be seen just for that. However, I can't help but feel the movie could've been a lot more than it was, and Coogler's shaky realism style of directing isn't for me.

Aodhan R (mx) wrote: With an awesome production design and set material that is easy to distinguish with Star Wars or Total Recall, Judge Dredd happens to be my worst movie of these I compared. I believe Director Danny Cannon was obliged to present this sci-fi comic book based movie as a fabulous and entertaining action flick, with character development and storytelling at its lowest, except he threw in a comic relief character, played by Rob Schneider. As critics and audiences took his character seriously and criticised him I have a doubtful opinion as to agree with that as I found him quite humouress and a fine supporting character. When Dredd is wrongly convicted of murder Schneider's Hergie was just the person he needed to back him up - a less serious and anti-combatant type guy! I also loved Stallone's plausible one-liners like 'I am the Law' and other few ones that were repeated as well. I was never a fan of Diane Lane nor have I seen her movies, but her presence in this movie defines her as an earnest character and she's sexy! As well action paced as it was, Judge Dredd just needed a bit more plot and character development to make up for the critical disappointment, oh, and I also loved the score by composer Alan Silvestri.