Fernando (Fernando Tejero) is a loser. A gray type, without ambition, that works like bookcases distributor in a supermarket of the quarter. In his free short whiles, he is a substitute keeper of a football team, a third regional one. In all the season he has not played a single minute. But the last Sunday of the league the referee indicates penalty and the regular keeper injures itself. Fernando must occupy the goal for the first time. If penalty scores, the team of the district will proclaim champion. If no, all the effort of a year will not have been worth for anything. When the penalty is just about to be kicked, a group of indignant fans with the referee invades the field and prevents the kick. The competition committee decides that the penalty must play the following Sunday, in the same goal, with same players and the field closed to the public. El Penalti más largo del mundo, (The Longest Penalty Shot in the World) is exactly the history of that week of delay. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
El penalti más largo del mundo
A hopeless goalkeeper must stop the world's most awaited penalty.
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Alisa D (kr) wrote: good, a lot of action.
Nick E (au) wrote: A fascinating look at one of rocks most technically as well as artistically proficient bands.
Peter B (de) wrote: It is very inaccurate. Can't even watch it ironically, do not waste your time, many important parts and characters were left out.
Justin M (ru) wrote: It feels like a jumble of recycled backgrounds spliced together with monkey puns, below-average direct-to-video character animation, a piss-poor plot, and an extreme disregard for continuity. Vanguard Animation had to rapidly churn out a feasible offering just to stay afloat. They didn't. The films they released never exceeded 35% on here or were even considered above mediocre status. It's for the best, seeing as how they never cared for their audience or the animation industry in general.
Kenny N (jp) wrote: A remarkable achievement. See this, whoever you are.
Claudia F (kr) wrote: Speechless... It got me! Worth watching... 5 stars for sure!
Michael C (au) wrote: This is a National Geographic wildlife documentary, and a simple one at that. But we found it totally engrossing! The penguins are lovable, the photography spectacular, and Morgan Freeman's voice narrates the whole thing. You really find yourself pulling for these little birds!
Alex M (es) wrote: Un film intrigant qui aurait pu devenir un excellent film culte avec ses sujets controvers (C)s. Cependant, les scnes s'expliquent mal entre elles et ont tendance tre plus d (C)monstratives qu' servir la narration du film. Des images saisissantes, des scnes marquantes, mais l'enchainement des scnes ne r (C)alise pas parfaitement un long m (C)trage.
Jessica H (it) wrote: An insult to the original.
Alyan H (ru) wrote: Love this.film, hillarious and a great teen comedy
Jani M (gb) wrote: It's been a while since I saw this but remember it being rather good.
Alex S (ru) wrote: It's literally Top Gun but car racing instead, still entertaining though.
Ralph R (mx) wrote: "Ira Hayes.... Ira Hayes.... Call him drunken Hayes, He won't answer anymore. Not the whiskey drunken Indian or the man who went to war."
Cody C (ag) wrote: Screenplay by William Falkner!!! You have to see the young Joan Collins whipped and tortured.
Scott S (au) wrote: Beau Geste (1939) -- [7.0] -- Three orphans grow up together as brothers under the care of a kindly benefactor. When they're old enough, they join the Foreign Legion, but their dreams of adventure are dashed when a sinister sergeant turns their first outpost into a last stand. There are shades of "Gunga Din" here, but it's not nearly as carefree or uplifting as that movie. The final act is surprisingly dark and poignant, especially when childhood promises are fulfilled. Gary Cooper, Ray Milland, and Robert Preston give nicely restrained performances which lend authenticity to director William Wellman's depiction of war and brotherly love. As a war veteran with steel in his skull to show for it, it's great to see Wellman "keeping it real" when so many other Hollywood war stories of the time played more like recruitment films. There's also a mysterious sub-plot (what Hitchcock would call 'the McGuffin') involving a precious jewel and which brother might be in possession of it. It's a great plot device that pays off well and keeps the story moving forward. Look for "Singin' in the Rain's" Donald O'Connor as younger version of Gary Cooper's character.
Matt G (mx) wrote: one of the best films i have ever seen
Danny M (ag) wrote: Great film. Just like the first one it has plenty of flaws but it is a great film. Lots of twists and turns not just pointless flaws
Matthew T (br) wrote: I got the no subtitle version of DVD and it is a listening test for me for strong Scottish accent