Brazil in the early 70s. Miguel, Eloi, Osvaldo and Paolo take part in armed attacks against the military dictatorship. They pay a heavy price with torture and arrest. Today the four friends still see each other. Only Miguel is politically active. On a photograph from a political meeting in Sao Paolo he recognises the policeman who tortured them 25 years ago and who was responsible for the death of Miguel's girlfriend. The policeman has been officially dead for a few years. On one of their fishing trips together, Miguel tells his friends of his discovery. When they hunt down and confront their nemesis they come into conflict with both themselves and each other.
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Zach M (it) wrote: Ti West has been making some fairly interesting horror movies and this was definitely interesting and you can see that it is a sort of throwback to movies like Cannibal Holocaust. The creepiest part of the movie is that there is a reality feel to this story, like it is very possible and the Father character is very grounded.Very slow moving and not a lot that happens overall but it is interesting and well acted.
Supratik M (ca) wrote: Farhan Akhtar both runs and acts his heart out in this rather long yet triumphant recounting of Milkha Singh's struggle as an athlete.
Darren B (nl) wrote: It was Fun. Nothing award winning or serious by any means but instead easy going and funny with heaps of sentimental. Girl loses little brother on Halloween and thus the cliches and hilariousness begin! Yea it's no Wolf on Wall Street here just simple fun!
Christina H (de) wrote: Watched: 16 Feb 2014
Reno V (us) wrote: "PORN STAR TURNS INTO ZOMBIE"- This 2008 'Zombie Strippers' is supposed to be a horror comedy. The title says it all: this movie is all about zombies and boobs. It literally sucks. The plot and dialogues are a joke, the acting is bad and some of the zombies at the beginning of the film look ridicules. But what did I expect? The only positive thing there is to say is that there's lots of blood and gore. O yeah, and nudity. Not to say constant nudity. In the main cast we see horror icon Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elmstreet) and porn star Jenna Jameson (who's making a career change... yeah right). A waste of time if you ask me, unless you're into dead women... When an elite military group needs to take care of a zombie problem in a secret laboratory, the rookie gets bitten in his hand. Knowing that his teammates will shoot him if they would find out, he flees and crawls through the basement window of a nearby building. Unknowingly he enters 'Rhino', an illegal strip club owned by Ian Essko (Englund). During the act of the club's star dancer Kat (Jameson), he changes into a zombie and attacks her. Essko and his employers hide Kat's body, but shortly afterwards see that she is back on stage, dancing like nothing ever happened. And with success! Essko smells that a lot of money can be earned with his zombie stripper. Soon, the other girls get jealous and want to turn too. That's when things go wrong...
Brent H (ag) wrote: Two of my favorite cartoons of all time come together in one movie. Love it!
Nate H (gb) wrote: The best bad movie in history! Stingray's raping rituals--involve him throwing steak against the wall and collecting eyeballs... SEE IT! NOW!
Nicholas A (jp) wrote: Probably the closest I've come to being in a trance. The soundtrack and visuals are mesmerising.
Clay B (au) wrote: HERBIE GOES BANANAS (1980)
TheMumblelover (au) wrote: A superbly directed and shot film and acted brilliantly, the film does tend to lull in the middle but it draws you in magically.
Tom T (mx) wrote: This movie was kick butt for it's time.
Ricky F (ru) wrote: This is my least favorite of the Wyatt Earp movies. I thought that it was poorly cast, poorly scripted and generally unbelievable. The acting left much to be desired.
maxwell w (kr) wrote: The film delivers a few good laughs and ok acting, but that doesn't cover for the unoriginal plot, overdone clichs and cringey moments, however, if you want a family film that everyone can enjoy, I recommend it.
Kim M (ru) wrote: OMG. Not even one redeeming scene for this super boring movie.