Eva from Argentina

Eva from Argentina

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  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:75 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:argentina,   eva peron,  

Argentina's Eva told from the perspective of journalist Rodolfo Walsh the remarkable story of Eva Peron. The obsession of this writer and journalist in the reconstruction of the history of Evita is both rebuilding your own life and death and the fate of the Argentines. Considered a saint for the humble and a myth to the world, Argentina's Eve is the story of a heroine of the twentieth century was the World with the promise to return and be millions. The film is made of a 70% cut-out animation and 30% in archive footage, based on the designs of master Solano Lopez. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Annie C (br) wrote: Among the top 3 worst movies I've ever seen.

MARCUS1138 (au) wrote: "I knew she was down there"

Oscar G (ru) wrote: Lejos de caer en la tpica pelcula polmica sin sustancia, "A Serbian Film" resulta poderosa porque su cinematografa es sumamente precisa. Filme psicolgicamente poderoso, que denota una importante investigacin en el tema, y que utiliza recursos de la realidad para revelar el horror que se vive en el bajo mundo de internet hasta donde la cinematografa lo permite. De historia fina y fantsticamente desarrollada: no tiene cola que le pisen.

Kavin K (gb) wrote: This never amounts past propaganda. Suicide bombers are the scum of the earth. I pray to the one true God that Americans will never be seen in this way.

Art S (es) wrote: I love the essay film. Here, Thom Anderson stitches together three hours of film clips (and some footage he shot himself) to show how Los Angeles has been presented in Hollywood films. Moving from the various views of L. A. in the background, often masquerading as other cities or just providing an anonymous urban (or suburban) context for action, to a more direct focus on the city as a milieu of interest on its own terms, the film, guided by voice-over narration (by deadpan Encke King), takes a meandering route through a variety of topics. Anderson argues successfully that the portrayal of Los Angeles has tended toward cliches and a myopic vision of white upper middle class America rather than revealing the vibrant multicultural zones in which people walk rather than drive, shown in only a few independent films. My only beef with the film, fun as it is, is that it relies too heavily on some unknown 1990s films to make its points (but of course, Chinatown, L. A. Confidential, and Killer of Sheep also get their due).

Russ B (it) wrote: 5/6/2016: One of the funnier sequels I've seen. Might be better than the first one.

Jacob L (de) wrote: Just when I thought no human comedian could be unfunnier than Pauly Shore, I discover Tom Green who not only directed this stinker but also wrote and starred in it. The movie is called "Freddy Got Fingered" which plot consists of an unemployed 28-year-old cartoonist Gordon "Gord" Brody who leaves his parents' home to pursue his lifelong ambition of obtaining a contract for an animated television series. And that's pretty much all you need to know as this movie as the rest can be summoned up as a nightmarish "acid trip" with its countless gory obscene imagery, rape jokes, and animal cruelty to spare. I couldn't believe how over the top and absolutely lacking in logic this piece of junk was. I can't believe this film even exists! I feel like I'm going to go insane just for watching it. Let me give you some of the beautiful scenes but before I do I would like to inform you that I'm not against gross-out humor when done well but this movie does it just to be doing it and consists of scenes like?1. Tom Green licking his friend's bloody bone exposed kneecap.2. Tom Green severing a newborn's umbilical cord with his teeth then swinging the baby by the remaining bit across the room.3. Tom Green ripping open a road kill deer and running around wearing its. Corpse4. Tom Green Jerking off an Elephant and aiming its genitalia towards his father completely soaking him in semen. 5. And Tom Green making love to a horse. These are only some of these truly mind-blowing scenes as to list all of them would drag on forever. This film truly deserved all the Razzies it got, actually no I take that back this film doesn't deserve the Razzies oh no! It deserves to have every existing copy burned in a fire, it deserves to be used as capital punishment where the prisoner has to watch this movie over and over with maximum volume surround sound amplifiers in an infinite loop with no way to end it and no way to commit suicide. I assure you the damn crime rate will go down after a few people are sentenced to this fate. I hate this Movie this is the worst movie I have ever seen period. It's so bad it may be worse than "Food Fight" I'm dead serious! I think anyone who has ever watched this deserves to be paid a thousand dollars a day for the rest of their life. The characters are all 100% unlikable, the plot is all over the place, and it gives me great pleasure to bestow this nauseating gag fest a 0/5.

Lu Marie A (gb) wrote: This movie was sincerely great.

Jason B (de) wrote: THE GOOD:- Pretty cool soundtrack, the absurdity of commercialism (no product placements) a hunky young stud (Emilio Estevez) THE BAD:- B Grade Sci/Fi plot; moments of cheesy music so lame you half expected a naked porn star to strut her stuff. BOTTOM LINE:- 90 minutes best spent doing something else.

Jhaneb K (fr) wrote: Awesome movie, Amol Paleker is superb!!!

Cook B (kr) wrote: chaand mera dil chaandni ho tum chaand se hai door chaandni kahaanlaut ke aana hai yahin tumkojaa rahe ho tum jaao meri jaan

Naoya K (de) wrote: A fine Hong Kong fantasic action film based on a Chinese folktale. The story itself is not original, but Peter Chan (who later directs a masterpiece "Tian Mi Mi")'s script has some impressive lines. Costume design and wire-works are worth seeing. The heroin Cherie Chung in colorful silky dresses is gorgeous and elegant. Comical performance by Eric Tsang and Richard Ng makes this film not ordinary. Recommendable for those who love Chinese Ghost Story series and Tsui Hark's Butterfly Lovers.

Zhi Yang T (de) wrote: "Air vents don't muffle the cries."

Mark S (ca) wrote: Tells the story well with its own take on the fable. Despite the poor effects for its year of production, the acting and plotline makes up for any other inadequacies. This is more of the kind of acting you would see on a stage where everything is exaggerated and reading between the line is simple enough, but it is done well.

Lucero C (kr) wrote: I think this is an adorable romantic drama that feels really real!! This is a very good example of why communication its so important in any relationship. Fear and maturity comes with experience and time and both central characters discover that as the movie goes on. I think it was an adorable and charming film that it's worth check out!

Eric H (es) wrote: "Cat Ballou" follows the story of Catherine "Cat" Ballou in the old west as she turns from her training as a school teacher to become an outlaw. The film incorporates many of the clichs of westerns including a corrupt sheriff that fails to prevent illegal activities and typical revenge story, but succeeds by taking a humorous approach to the material.Jane Fonda leads the cast with a solid performance as Cat Ballou. Lee Marvin is famous for playing two roles in this movie, that of Kid Shelleen, a hired gunslinger, and Tim Strawn, the film's chief villain. His performance as Kid Shelleen is the more notable of the two since it gets a lot more screen time. Lee Marvin gives a skilled and hilarious performance in the role. The supporting cast was notable, particularly Tom Nardini, who had some memorable lines as Jackson (particularly when he corrects Cat's grammar), John Marley as Cat's father Frank and Michael Callan as Clay Boone.The film's story is well-placed with consistent humor punctuated with some dramatic moments. Also notable is the inclusion of intermittent segments of catchy banjo music and songs performed by Nat King Cole and Stubby Kale. The best of these performances was the song "The Ballad of Cat Ballou" that introduces the film. "Cat Ballou" is a Great version of the typical western story.