El carro

El carro

When the Velezes agree to buy a used Chevrolet Bel-Air from their neighbors, who've recently won a brand-new car in a school raffle, they're thrilled about the prospect of leaving Bogotá's public transportation system behind. Little do they know that, despite its glossy red exterior, their newfound status symbol is a real lemon. Colombian director Luis Orjuela helms this hilarious look at the pitfalls of automobile ownership.

Los Vélez is a typical family of Colombian middle class formed by Siervo de Jesus Velez, father, Florina de Vélez... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Buggy B (us) wrote: This documentary offers a behind the scenes look at the life of Greg Nicotero, a celebrated special effects makeup artist in Hollywood who I know from The Walking Dead but was surprised to learn how many other movies he's been involved with. If your a horror fan than you'll love this, actually even if your not its super interesting seeing behind the scenes into so many popular movies. His Oscar award winning production team is basically responsible for any make up and creature effects seen in the last 25 years. Greg himself tells his story in a " Behind The Music" kind of way. Starting at the beginning with teenage home (monster) movies, his childhood influences, how he got started in the business, the 80's metal-hair days and including tons of behind the scenes footage from movies he's worked on and interviews with assorted directors and actors. Horror, fantasy, zombie, gore and animatronics. 07.13. "In 1989 Greg Nicotero quit medical school and headed for Hollywood to pursue a dream of making monsters. Together with gore masters Howard Berger and Robert Kurtzman, Nicotero went on to create KNB EFX Group, one of the most prolific makeup effects studios in the world."

Maxi C (gb) wrote: The movie depicts the smell of death and life.

Ronnie B (br) wrote: not bad at all. i was expecting this movie to be terrible. there were two things i didnt like about it one was the movie couldnt make up its mind if it wanted to be a subtitled movie or not and two was the way it ended. one of the best foriegn films i have seen in awhile

Lee M (fr) wrote: Just another terrible gay movie ... This time with a bunch of poorly delivered Jewish jokes.

Gabriella F (nl) wrote: Beautiful honesty of a teen's last days.

ChinYing Y (gb) wrote: Chicago!!Mucho Chicago!!

Frances H (ag) wrote: Excellent fil showcasing anti-Semitism in America and the talents of its soon to be stars young cast.

Chris S (kr) wrote: when it comes to gothic horror, Hammer studios never disipoints. Their films are outstanding and got away with sexuality and violence. Director Terence Fisher does a fantastic job rebooting and utalizing the werewolf myth, much like Frankenstein, Dracula and The Mummy. The movie has a dark and forboading atmosphere and the werewolf effects and design is pretty outstanding. One of my favorite Hammer films, but also one of my favorite werewolf films.

Mar D (es) wrote: It was something and pretty interesting.

Michael Lee T (es) wrote: Ali was an ambitious film, to say the least, with Michael Mann being charged with creating a film on one of the most loved people of the past century. I think Mann did a terrific job though, he created a film that shows the complete Ali from all angles. With no holes barred the film delves deep into Ali's background, his personal life, his religious beliefs and his fighting career creating something that truly represents this great figure. As well as showing him at his strongest, the film also uniquely shows Ali at his weakest, making it a more honest and true to life film than perhaps was originally expected from fans. It's not a film about boxing, it's a film about Muhammad Ali.As a big fan of Muhammad Ali, I've watched a vast amount of documentaries and video's online over the years about his life and his boxing career. In my opinion Ali replicates the life of the Louisville Lip brilliantly. In particular, Will Smith is unbelievably brilliant in the title role. A career defining performance from him in what I believe to be his greatest role. John Voight and Jamie Foxx also gave good performances, supporting Will Smith well. One of my favourite sporting biographical films about one of my favourite sporting heroes of all time. The film is moving, exciting and inspiring. A true testament to the late, great, Muhammad Ali.

Richard R (us) wrote: More humour but toned down gore - this was actually a better entry into the series than the second film and with some powerful villains thrown into the mix.

Bobby D (gb) wrote: A very well told time travel movie that shifts into a cop drama. Relies heavily on major events to keep the plot moving but I liked the gimmick that the 2 stories were locked together at the same time of day only separated by 30 years. 2pm 1969 is 2pm in 1999. very cool.

EWC o (fr) wrote: Solid, taught thriller with many twists and worth multiple rewatches, even if the characters are fairly standard.

Clint U (fr) wrote: Damn! Michael Shannon is one intense MF!! And I like that! I like that! He completely carries this one, convincing you even to the point that you actually couldn't believe his family and community didn't praise him as the second coming !! Then boom! He was a prophet....yeah, so who's the man now huh Footloose town, fucking Hoosiers, who's the man now???? That's right