Don Kikhot

Don Kikhot

Senor Quexana has read so many books on chivalry that he believes that he is the knight Don Quixote de la Mancha. So Don Quixote sets off on his horse, accompanied by his squire Sancho ...

Senor Quexana has read so many books on chivalry that he believes that he is the knight Don Quixote de la Mancha. So Don Quixote sets off on his horse, accompanied by his squire Sancho ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Don Kikhot torrent reviews

BRUNO V (jp) wrote: A boy wants a new T-shirt , gets a new T-shirt , lost his new T-shirt was the first hour , a dead body ...then i did fall a sleep

Mitch H (nl) wrote: An extremely interesting film that deals subject matter that is emotional and sensitive and did so with a beautiful touch. The plot was pretty straightforward, but the film was intertwined and woven together in a very complex manner. 30 minutes into the film I can honestly say, I did know what the hell was going on. But I'm sure glad I hung in there because by the end it all came together nicely. Matthew Goode was fantastic and played quite a different role from the film "Stoker" (which if you haven't seen go watch it, seriously... now). I'm not sure how great of a film this was because something is telling me it was a little style over substance, but it's still an enjoyable movie that increasingly grew on me. Definitely check out the mind-boggling drama that's more than worthy of a solid rating -- 8/10.

Petros T (es) wrote: "Made In Dagenham" is a fine film. The cast is good, especially Miranda Richardson, Bob Hoskins and Rosamund Pike, and the main theme a very significant one in modern history. Yet, it merely lays out the facts impersonally, with just a little sauce from the private lives of the characters. In the end, it fails to rise above the constraints of a non-fiction film in order to become more intricate and special, and feels a little like extended reportage.

mike r (ru) wrote: This is not a good film: it has nothing to say and it is event-less. Claire Denis apparently thinks that a film with mainly non-Caucasian French actors is by the same token wonderful. It certainly is the case that the French film industry is shockingly white... but to me Denis' thinking is itself rather racist. Imagine this film, with such dullness, but with white actors.... Sorry, a case of the emperor's new clothes. Beautifully shot, of course. A beautifully shot turkey.

Icey G (ru) wrote: This is such a fabulous, light-hearted yet touching movie! It might be dumb to say this, but so many people can actually relate to the characters in this movie in some way or another!

Lesther L (ca) wrote: Big surprise 4 me... Martita was hilarious!

Sham K (ca) wrote: Good movie, but nothing spectacular. Worth renting if you like this kind of movie. You'll probably enjoy this flick. =I

Jess L (nl) wrote: Quirky, funny, unsettling, disturbing and intriguing film with great performances particularly from a young Heather Matarazzo. Brilliant direction from Todd Solondz (who went on to make the even more disturbing films Happiness and Storytelling) makes this fairly unknown gem great fun to watch.

Jeshelle V (it) wrote: Boring and kind of dark at times.

Kelley U (de) wrote: Great (dirty) murder Africa!

Roy P (us) wrote: Neil Simon just freakin' rocks.

Jason A (ca) wrote: Now THAT'S how you do a bio-pic!

Thiago L (gb) wrote: Perfect, sublime, Beautiful.

Kevin R (de) wrote: I watched this one a few years back now on the suggestion of my cousin who is a movie fan and enjoys an entertaining film, things that might bother me are to him water off a duck's back. This one was very entertaining and well done, mixing historical figures and time travel surprisingly well. A sort of hidden gem which needs another viewing a few more years down the road.

Stevie M (ru) wrote: Rush Hour puts two polar opposites in the leads and watching them bicker is priceless. Funny and then some.

Private U (jp) wrote: Excellent to see before going to Santorini lovely good 80s movies