El padre Coplillas

El padre Coplillas

The priest of Villablanca is determined to build a housing for the poor. However, do not have enough money and will have to earn singing in festivals. They are all obstacles to get what you want, but his faith makes him see the problems as easy to overcome.

The priest of Villablanca is determined to build a housing for the poor. However, do not have enough money and will have to earn singing in festivals. They are all obstacles to get what you want, but his faith makes him see the problems as easy to overcome. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


El padre Coplillas torrent reviews

Sawyer W (kr) wrote: This movie is not really what they marketed it as. It was very strange and slow. The final act of the movie so so weird, but it make me like the movie a bit more. The cinematography was very unique and the score was good. Even through all the slow paced strangeness of the movie, I kind of liked it.

Stephen M (ca) wrote: brilliant movie and dead dead funny ! you have to see with your family!!!,~,~,~

Al M (gb) wrote: I saw this film with terrible subtitles, but ti was still a relatively entertaining piece of found-fotoage horror cinema. Essentially a Hindi rip-off of Paranormal Activity, Ragini MMS also incorporates moments taken from Saw and the Blair Witch Project. By no means original and boring at times, it still manages to feature a few genuinely creepy moments in the latter half of the film.

Joby D (ru) wrote: It'd like to see this. Only one problem -- Gwyneth Paltrow is in it.

Jacob A (es) wrote: Damn this movie to hell!! It's empty, callous and has no story. Like Alien, it just shows off the menu of who is gonna get killed and thats it (Alien was a good movie though). The Dracula monster is not that imposing and the ending is not only half-assed but confusing as hell. STAY AWAY FROMM THIS HORRID BEAST WHO MOCKS DRACULA WITH IT'S HORRIBLENESS!!!! If you thought Twilight was bad...take a good, nice look at this!

Mathew T (de) wrote: A great cast makes this film work for me.

Blind P (ca) wrote: I have some here that I have seen over the last couple weeks, but forgot to add for whatever reason. Capsule reviews...GO! [u]To Catch A Thief[/u]: I debated failing this one, as I just didn't find it entertaining, depsite it's Hitchcockian pedigree. The settings around Cannes are beautiful, the plot is credible enough, and the performers are fine, but something was missing. Could be that my comedy aversion has struck again, as it was much lighter in tone than other favorites from Alfred. [u]Phone Booth[/u]: "Quick! We need to get one in the can. I don't care what it's about." --- production meeting for Phone Booth. This was a lame premise. Somebody from the psychos union should do something. The nutcases are pretty hard up if they have to stalk guys in phone booths. I just could not have cared less about the lead character, and Sutherland's voice was grating in the wrong way. [u]The Kid Stays In The Picture[/u]: Narrator Robert Evans tells the story of his life, starting as an actor and becoming a legendary Paramount producer. Charting the ups and downs, it offers some interesting insights behind some of the most famous films in Hollywood history, as well as some of the most forgettable. I wouldn't recommend rental, but if it appears on cable, it is worth one view. [u]Hulk[/u]: I never did have an interest, and to be absolutely fair I didn't watch the whole thing, but I just don't find this character to be compelling to begin with, so the film flopped to me. I didn't mind the split screens used to create a comic book feeling, but the battles were dull, and that is really what superhero movies are about. The whole father angle was dullsville, daddy-o. More proof that the villian makes the movie, or breaks it in this case. [u]Wasted[/u]: Another movie about teens on heroin. Is there a genre called "teens on heroin" yet? Nothing new is offered here, and it often plays like a TV movie.

Youme V (gb) wrote: This is one of the worst films I've seen in my entire life. What a complete and absolutely pretentious joke. This movie is like a 4 year old throwing paint at canvas and someone selling it for 3 million dollars. If you can't see that the emperor has no clothes on, I can't help you.

Justin R (au) wrote: A very good exciting sequel. The film after which many flapper girls when into heartbreak, even some committed suicide in response to Valentino's sudden death at 31. Like the original, A classic of silent cinema.

Atheer O (es) wrote: Loads of pure fun. Start to finish.

solidity q (ru) wrote: There is little back story. A lot of gratuitous nudity. It doesn't stand up well to the standard teen vampire flick.

Rudy C (gb) wrote: "I'm your ho."Sofia Vergara is radiant!

Lyubomir N (mx) wrote: Well, what can one say about this movie...I'm probably gonna sound very biased. but anyway i find to be awesome. It's just a feel good movie. One of the few ones that can really leave you with a smile on your face at the end of them and a genuinely more positive point of view on life as a whole :)The cast is simply amazing, Kenneth Branagh for instance does a splendid job of being an onboxious official.The dry british humor is music to the ears of anyone who enjoys that type of humor in particular :)And most of the reason why i think my opinion is biased is that the film is shaped around the wondrous music of the sixties. So factor in all i've said and decide for yourselves if this movie's worth a shot. I really think it is though ;)