After retiring to the beautiful Mexican town of Guanajuato, a 70 year old decides to follow his dreams and enroll at the university where he stumbles upon a new generation and they are bound together by the novel Don Quijote de la Mancha.
- Stars:Terence Hill, Paul Sorvino, Boots Southerland, Adam Taylor, Clare Carey, Alessio Di Clemente, Kisha Sierra, Micah Alberti, Linus Huffman, Maria Bethke, Gianni Biasetti Sr., Jorge Lavat, Norma Lazareno, José Carlos Ruiz, Cristina Obregón, Pablo Cruz, Siouzana Melikian, Jorge Luis Moreno, Cuauhtémoc Duque, Jeannine Derbez, Daniel Martínez, Silvia Santoyo, Jeronimo Medina, Raúl Adalid, Sofía Taache, Fernando Estrada,
- Director:Roberto Girault,
- Writer:Roberto Girault (screenplay), Olivia Núñez, Gastón Pavlovich (story)
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(ca) wrote: I tried to watch this film due to the favorable rating it received on the tomato meter - but I couldn't get past the letter J (for Jesus). I can't really judge the entire film since I didn't see it - but I did make it through the first ten shorts. Those that I saw were bizarre, gruesome, kind of sick, and not particularly funny - maybe there were better segments further on in the film? I usually like weird films, but this just seemed to be an exploitation of gore - and crossed the line.
(au) wrote: Was forced to watch this against my will. Gotta say, it's much better than I expected. Thought they could have taken Isla Fisher's and Lizzy Caplan's characters even further than they did, but it was overall a solid movie that I didn't regret spending 90 minutes on. Grade = 5.5/10
(mx) wrote: I love "Colma" and am really excited by what I've heard about H.P. Mendoza's new musical. Can't wait!
(fr) wrote: it was ok but I think it could have been better, it was a little crap, a little bit weird and I don't want to see the movie again, it starred Emily Blunt, Ashton Holmes and Martin Donovan, it was a good film
(us) wrote: es verdad que el primer carro en una familia colombiana de clase media es importante pero no genera tal cantidad de chascos, esto es algo mas para la televisin que para el cine
(it) wrote: Sub-par "Aliens disguised as humans" shlock that has been a thousand times before. Campbell snoozes his way through this, clearly not his usual wisecracking self. Luckily he's supported by one of the cute ones from Deep Space 9. Monster effects sufficiently slimy.
(mx) wrote: It was an alright film. I got it for $2 at the video store and since I have no television reception... I've always kind of liked nerdy David Krumholtz, since Numb3rs started, so it was fun to watch this average romantic comedy.
(ca) wrote: Funny and charming, My Big Fat Greek Wedding may not have a great premise, but manages to entertain and bring good laughs due to Nia Vardalos' keen script and lovely lead performance.
(ca) wrote: So this movie was pretty good, I got a lot of good laughs out of it. Meg Ryan being thrown out of a moving car is the only thing she is good for....
(es) wrote: The dialogue is laughable, the overall tone is glum, and the environmentalist message is so preachy the film may as well be a bumper sticker that reads "Save the Planet".
(de) wrote: There are a number of movies that people who think they want to make movies should see beforehand, and this one just might be the epitome of that.Werner Herzog is, hands down, the most fascinating film director of all time. He just has all these qualities that elevate him, and subsequently his movies, into another realm. When he decided to make the highly ambitious film Fitzcarraldo, he also had it in mind to have Les Blank join him to film a making-of documenatry chronicling the film's shoot.And the results are absolutely fantastic. There have been other movies about troubled film shoots, such as Hearts of Darkness about Apocalypse Now, or even American Movie, but they all seem to pale in comparison to this one, maybe just because of how difficult and troubled Fitzcarraldo's shoot was.There was the problem of nature, logistics (such as doing everything practically, namely hauling a massive steamship over a mountain), countless delays, dealing with tons of Natives, dealing with geographical issues like red tape and potential civil wars, Herzog trying to deal with the force of nature that was the brilliant but difficult Klaus Kinski (this specific struggle mainly being addressed in the deleted scenes, which were actually taken from Herzog's documentary My Best Fiend), and the director's own massive ego, arrogance, determination, and increasing madness and cynicism.It's not always flattering, but it's never sensationalist, either. It is simply showing things as they happened. Yeah, it's not always easy to watch, but it's so absorbing that it is hard not to. I especially love the unsubtle way that life reflects art/art reflects life, and the parallels with Herzog's real struggles being one in the same as the lead character's struggles. If you ever wanted insight as to the sort of questions that can be raised concerning how far is to far when going for greatness and art, then you really must see this film. Or, if you just want to see the ultimate making-of document extended to feature length, then here you go.
(mx) wrote: Great movie a classic
(it) wrote: 4.5/10. This is indeed a low budget sci-fi film, and cheap looking, but it has it's moments. The alien monster is dreadful though and not in the least bit frightening.
(es) wrote: I am, admittedly, not a huge fan of Elvis. He has just never been my thing, I've always preferred The Beatles and other post-50s rock groups. Even compared to other artists in the 50s, I prefer Chuck Berry to Elvis Presley. So with my lack of enthusiasm for Elvis in mind, I did mostly enjoy watching "Jailhouse Rock". I haven't seen too many Elvis movies really...I sort of saw "Blue Hawaii" and "Viva Las Vegas" when I was much much younger, but I can barely remember them. Here Elvis shows his acting range by playing himself as a rebellious young man who has a terrific lawyer that gets him only 20 months in prison for murder. Once he is out he does his best to rise to fame as a music star. The film's iconic sequence for the title song is pretty much the best part, as it is one of the few Elvis tunes I genuinely like, but the sequence itself is well choreographed. The film is fairly average on the whole, but it is iconic and probably (based purely on what I've heard and barely seen) one of Elvis' best features.
(fr) wrote: Metropia is a film where the sum of the parts is greater than the whole. The film's animation is fascinating and the voice acting is engaging. The setting and premise should please fans of a good dystopian or conspiracy film. The plot does not pan out in a satisfying way, unfortunately. But still, there are enough upsides to Metropia to make it an easy uprate.