Farmacia de guardia

Farmacia de guardia

A Pharmacy on night duty is the location for all kinds of episodes that one might imagine to happen in any night in Spain in the fifties.

A Pharmacy on night duty is the location for all kinds of episodes that one might imagine to happen in any night in Spain in the fifties. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Farmacia de guardia torrent reviews

Lee M (de) wrote: This is a crime, drug, dark-comedy, romance, horror, and science fiction thriller. There are far too few of those around.

Jerry S (ru) wrote: Seek out the extended version of 4.5 hours. More than worth it!

Kevin K (kr) wrote: An interesting apocalyptic plot, with a last ditch resort kind of effort to save humanity. The effort turns into a conspiracy that twists and turns at every single opportunity, turning it into a huge web of complication.

Zach M (de) wrote: Another enjoyable Scooby-Doo animated movie. Frank Welker is Fred and Scooby again and he is joined by Brian Cox, Kelly Hu and George Takei.Mystery Inc. solves a mystery in Japan and Scooby becomes a hero while being chased by samurai, ninjas and a tribe.

Nick A (ru) wrote: It didn't feel too low budget and there was an actual story to be followed here, so it deserves a positive rating. Negative would be the villain (can you say pleeeaaase) and the flatlined companions of the protagonist.

peter g (ag) wrote: its a french film with english subs and unfortunely i just couldn't read it

Josh S (br) wrote: Great game of dodge ball!

King L (ca) wrote: Good movie about the Navajo code talkers during World War 2. One of the better Nicholas Cage movies. Cage plays a soldier charged with protecting one of the Navajo code talkers.

Sanghee P (fr) wrote: I watched it because I liked the title and the cast. Better than what I expected.

Mloy X (br) wrote: Jakob Heym (Robin Williams): Hunger for hope may be worse than hunger for food.I love Robin Williams, always have, always will and I would watch any film this man was in. Admittedly though, this isn't his best film which is unfortunate because Robin Williams was one of those rare talents who could play comedic and dramatic role with equal zest, but this film highlighted neither of his acting skills. Although in this film, his role demanded both his comedic and dramatic skills, his performances were both so sterile, it just didn't sparkle. This film also had some really great character actors too: Alan Arkin (Mr. Frankfurter), Michael Jeter (Avron) and Bob Balaban (Kowalsky) who gave superb performances but were still so underutilized. Liev Schreiber (Mischa) was great enough and even as good as he was, his performance was still a little underrated. Overall, the film wasn't heavy especially being that the setting and the subject has to do with one of the darkest times in human history. The actors were good and each of their performances great enough but they were as brilliant as they could have been; the film could have been so much better, the potential was there, but it just went unrealized.

Ian R (nl) wrote: Possibly the ultimate 80's movie even if it was made in 1990 with almost zero plot beyond having parties, seeing boobs, and then skiing (?!) But somehow it comes down to a skiing competition for some reason and of course the beer drinking good guys win and then have more parties! They don't make 'em like this anymore. Keep your eyes peeled for multiple lambada jokes so dated they'll make you groan each time!

Brandon W (ag) wrote: Coach Carter is a really great sports movie that I actually didn't really want to watch it. Samuel L. Jackson is amazing in this and really gives the movie a lot of fuel. The characters are great, and the chemistry between the coach and the players is very respectable and very enjoyable. The basketball scenes are exciting and gets you pumped up to want them to win. The acting from the players are really good, and the new actors for the players give out some emotional moments that people might tear up. I was a bit worried that it's just going to show one or two of the players about what's going on in there life that isn't basketball, but it does go through most of the players that made the film long, but it's parcels well and made the players memorable. The movie reminds me of Hoosiers a lot, but it never felt distracting to me as, unlike other formulaic sport films, this one actually had a heart, and has a lot of effort that is trying to get people to know a lot about what's going on in this true story.

Hannah D (ru) wrote: It's no Divorce Italian Style but not bad

Steve G (it) wrote: "Total Recall" is an amazing and fun Action/Sci-Fi movie of 1990. "Total Recall" has an amazing plot to it which is a an named "Doug Quaid" portrayed by "Arnold Schwarzenegger", who visits a virtual reality travelling agency. After an error in the process "Quaid's" brain is messed up. Later he gets a message from someone telling him that he must go to mars. The plot to this movie is amazing, the people who "Quaid" meets. The acting in "Total Recall" is superb, yet again "Arnold Schwarzenegger" exceeds our expectations for our acting. "Sharon Stone" is another great actress. The music in this movie is great, "Jerry Goldsmith" did a great job composing music for this movie. The movie editors put his music in the right scenes and made this movie ever better. "Total Recall" could've easily become a mess of a movie with plot holes everywhere, but thanks to "Paul Verhoeven's" marvellous directing an easy error never happened. There is a lot of violence and blood in "Total Recall" and with big action movies like this one it is very easy to have action sequences and death scenes look horrible. This movie had amazing visuals and very believable scenes. Finally this movie was filmed very well, there are one or two scenes that could've been done better, but only one or two. "Total Recall" will remain a classic for years to come. If you are a person who likes Action/Sci-fi's then I highly recommend you watch "Total Recall" as it is an action-packed amazing film with superb acting. I give "Total Recall" a 9/10.

Paul K (ca) wrote: Pretty good, and quite disturbing. It's multilevel - the title alone references the female lead's name, Lisa, as an anomaly, but also hints at Mona Lisa, and anomie. At its simplest it's understandable as the experience of someone suffering from the Fregoli delusion, whereby everyone else in the world is just one other person in a variety of disguises. That makes the watching experience more comfortable... otherwise, it's about alienation and a deep analysis of how degraded our lives are becoming. Some great animation: I was struck by the 'normality' of the characters' bodies and postures, as contrasted to those of most movie characters. They all have removable faces, too. No further spoilers, it's worth a watch. Funded via Kickstarter, but wasn't profitable in movie theatres.