English as a Second Language

English as a Second Language

Bolivar De La Cruz, with a baby on the way, has just made the treacherous journey over the border from Mexico to Los Angeles, California, home of the beautiful and restless Lola Sara, whose...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:105 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,  

Bolivar De La Cruz, with a baby on the way, has just made the treacherous journey over the border from Mexico to Los Angeles, California, home of the beautiful and restless Lola Sara, whose... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


English as a Second Language torrent reviews

Jon C (au) wrote: 'chastity bite's indeed in this onea message sent to women and everyone else about remaining abstinent from sexual intercourse but done in a humorous mannera lot of points are brought up about sex, self-respect, remaining pure and innocent, selling oneself short, and asking if there's any actual self-controlfor a school writer and her best friend its bad enough not being part of the in-crowd but also not conforming to dubbing themselves as promiscuous that changes when Elizabeth Bathory comes to town to come in as a spokesperson advocating a chastity circle for students but she's actually an immortal feeding off of virgin women's blood to stay beautiful and youngnow it's up to the brave writer to save these girls and possibly her friend from falling into the same horrorthis movie is actually quite funny given the heavy subject matter and might make a few people think

Avalon A (ru) wrote: Its all very well trying to make a art house film with camera angles and colour filters but at some point one has to have a story and a plot at least. Intellectual wanking by film students at it shighest

Brandon S (us) wrote: Honestly, for the first 1.5 hours, I thought it was about the same as its predecessors. Moderate to passable acting, nice soundtrack, average story... until we hit Chicago, which is where the crap hits the fan, probably literally too. Although the "twist" wasn't exactly deadly given away, it was pretty evident early in the film what's really going down: it's just matter of how and when. Unfortunately, that 1.5 hour-ish point is precisely where the action and plot decide to go completely balmy. Gone is the averagely welcome, and here is where the rubber meets the road: hackneyed, ugly, and absurd action scenes join laughably pathetic plot elements that swarm the viewer in droves, dragging down what could have been an otherwise acceptable movie. It's downright hideous, and seems to have been thrown in simply for the expressed purpose of filling the last 60 or so minutes of the movie. I could honestly weep for the poor souls that think this movie is at all representative of the qualities found in the Transformers franchise, even the comics. If you don't "have to see" this movie, then don't. You won't regret missing it.

Dean M (au) wrote: Star-studded enjoyable Jackie Chan movie with an excellent combination of action and comedy, and adorable baby! This have been touched upon in movies like Three Men and a Baby, or even Raising Arizona. TWO THUMBS UP!Jackie isn't what he used to be back in the heyday of 1980's Hong Kong cinema, but his top notch action choreography is still inventive and fun to watch, and there are many fun set pieces. The comedy is also very well done and there are many endearing scenes with the real star of the show, baby Matthew Medvedev, who will melt any viewer's heart. Jackie and his co-stars' characters are very sympathetic and the acting for the most part is spot on. Benny Chan does an excellent job directing his stars and shows that he is not only able to direct a serious action crime drama like Chan's previous New Police Story but is also adept at the family action comedy as well. There are many cameos from well known HK stars, so be sure to watch out for them.

Ransom K (es) wrote: CRAPPY MOVIE COOKIE!

Dave J (br) wrote: Monday, June 25, 2012 (1988) Landscapes In The Mist (In Greek with English subtitles) DRAMA/ ART HOUSE Co- written and directed by Theodoros Angelopoulos that is similar Michelangelo Antonioni's "L'Avventura" but there's a lack of rythm or flow in terms of the structure centering on a couple of children going on an odyssey in search of their real father they had never met. There are way too many pause shots of them standing around doing nothing which can be metaphorically confusing and can frustrate the average impatient viewer, and it is those scenes that makes this 124 minutes quite long to watch. I never liked this film as I initially saw it but as a result of reading and hearing other peoples interpretations I have grown to accept it. This is the third of 3 films of Angelopoulos's 'Silent Trilogy' even though they still can be watched without the others being seen. The other two are "Voyage to Cythera" released in 1983 and then "The Beekeeper" released in 1986. 3 out of 4 stars

John M (nl) wrote: I kind of enjoyed this film. Certainly not a great film. Predictable, but worth a viewing.

Joetaeb D (gb) wrote: A rather unabashed slasher that borrows heavily from The hills have eyes. Wrong turn may appeal to genre junkies, but it offers sadly little for those expecting gut wrenching horror.