The director Daniel Sánchez Arévalo ('Azuloscurocasinegro', 'Cousins'), he embarks on a new comedy that has as a backdrop the World Cup in South Africa and the setting is a wedding that takes precisely the day of the final. This will be the occasion in which five brothers, all with biblical names, Adam, Daniel, Caleb, Benjamin and Ephraim, gather to celebrate the engagement of Ephraim, the youngest of them, who marries his pregnant girlfriend. Will hours of uncertainty, joy and euphoria back, but it's time to unite for a common good. Can all together to face the situation and erected winners heading?
- Stars:Verónica Echegui, Quim Gutiérrez, Raúl Arévalo, Antonio de la Torre, Alicia Rubio, Arantxa Martí, Sandra Martín, Roberto Álamo, Patrick Criado, Pilar Castro, Miquel Fernández, Héctor Colomé, Carmen Arévalo, Teresa Lozano, Sandy Gilberte,
- Director:Daniel Sánchez Arévalo,
- Writer:Daniel Sánchez Arévalo
The director Daniel Sánchez Arévalo ('Azuloscurocasinegro', 'Cousins'), he embarks on a new comedy that has as a backdrop the World Cup in South Africa and the setting is a wedding that takes precisely the day of the final. This will be the occasion in which five brothers, all with biblical names, Adam, Daniel, Caleb, Benjamin and Ephraim, gather to celebrate the engagement of Ephraim, the youngest of them, who marries his pregnant girlfriend. Will hours of uncertainty, joy and euphoria back, but it's time to unite for a common good. Can all together to face the situation and erected winners heading? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Family United torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Great story of a man learning to ease up, boys learning to be men, learning teamwork and an all around great story.
(us) wrote: An outrageous entertaining comedy. Both Melissa and Sandra produced great scenes which were both hilarious and entertaining. At first, it did look like one of those films that wasn't going to be very funny and good, but it certainly wasn't. A brilliant return from the director of Bridesmaids and I look forward to more!
(au) wrote: I went to the Regency in Ventura and it was only 3.50 on a day when the temperature hit 90 before noon in the Ojai valley. I know what to expect from a Dax film and I really enjoyed myself. I really liked him casting his wife as the girl you leave for a younger model.
(ru) wrote: So bad it's good. There should be outakes at the end which are funnier than the film!
(au) wrote: Okay, technically there are worse. I usually like Joseph Fiennes. The movie's plot was badly written and heavily contrived. There was nothing romantic about the romance in this movie. Every line was softly spoken in true stalker fashion. This is the guy that you do NOT want to be with. The whole, "You will never be loved like this," thing is not sweet and loving. It's creepy. When she says he was the man she loved, I asked myself, "Why?" She knew nothing about him. For 14+ years she loved a man she knew nothing about. She stayed with a man she didn't love or care about. Ella was weak and unlikable. The acting was stilted. The plot was terrible. I think the best acting in the movie was Javier. Ray reprises the same kind of role he usually plays. He did a fine job at playing the same character he usually plays. This movie has probably ruined Fiennes for me as well. Just all around bad. 1 star only because I finished it. Rotten.
(de) wrote: best cars until 2007in 2012 ain't that amazing
(it) wrote: That Thing You Do! takes place in the '60's and is the story of a kid named Guy Patterson (Tom Everett Scott) who works in his father's appliance shop, but plays the drums in his off time. After getting a gig to fill in for a drummer who got hurt, the band he's playing in, The Oneders, quickly takes off and becomes an overnight sensation after one hit song. As the viewer, you will witness way more highs than lows as the group's implosion isn't experienced until close to the end of the film. The downfall of the group, renamed The Wonders, is realistically quick and shows just how easy it is to become yesterday's news.Movies with a lot of dancing and singing typically aren't my cup of tea, but it's not hard to win me over when the script is done well. There were plenty of funny moments that helped the movie hold my attention. As one of the announcers is about to bring them onto the stage, he can't seem to figure out their name as phonetically it looks like The Oh-Needers. The scene where the band hears their song on the radio for the first time is another especially fun moment. I could definitely see myself reacting the same way if something I poured my heart into made it to the masses. The movie also succeeds at giving you likeable characters to root for. For the most part, everyone in the band is a good guy and you find yourself as the movie progresses hoping beyond hope that they continue to grow larger. You definitely get your wish in the long run, but we all know that fame comes at a cost. All four band members are developed well with their own respective drives fueling them to succeed. Guy just wants to make good music while T.B.'s goal is to kill time until his tour of service in the military. The characters are pretty consistent as they never deviate from what it is that they want.While I'm two decades too late to have grown up in the '60's, That Thing You Do! does an excellent job of putting you right there. From the competing appliance stores with their box radios and tiny television sets to the teeny-bopper bandstand shows, these sweet touches incorporated not only suck you into the era but stick in your memory long after the movie is the over. While the film focuses on this one particular decade, Tom Hanks' performance as the fast-talking Mr. White was timeless. He was the glue that held the group together and helped maintain their forward progress. His acting was subtle, yet worked on a number of levels.Yes, the movie was solid, but there were a handful of things that kept me from falling completely in love. At the risk of sounding like I'm talking out of both sides of my mouth, I thought the ending was a little rushed. The Wonders are a group one minute...then two minutes later they fall apart. It isn't merely their breakup that was rushed, but I don't want to spoil the film anymore than I already have.And that song. How many god-forsaken times must you play that song? Over and over and over...I completely understand that "That Thing You Do" is what helped them rise to stardom, but I feel like they made me listen to it twenty times in the first hour of the movie. Might not have actually been twenty, but it was enough to be more than noticeable.I also docked a few points because the ending is somewhat predictable. It's like watching a fast ball: It's a good pitch though you can see it coming a mile away. All in all, not a bad movie for a family night. I give it a 75.
(kr) wrote: Interesting idea, it's been ages since I've seen it though.
(us) wrote: the hanzo movies are intentionally tongue and cheek and incredibly silly. they are a mix of sexploitation, samurai, and spaghetti westerns. i preferred the first one to this but it was still entertaining
(ag) wrote: What a load of bollocky shite! What a load of [email protected]
@@t! I watched an hour and couldn't be bothered with the last 30 minutes! Out of 10 it wouldn't even register!
(au) wrote: while well animated, everything else in this movie flat out sucks
(fr) wrote: Watching Jason Biggs try to act like Woody Allen for 108 minutes was a tad painful.