Fuga per la libertà - L'aviatore

Fuga per la libertà - L'aviatore


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Fuga per la libertà - L'aviatore torrent reviews

Kevin M W (au) wrote: Writer/director Michael Crichton imagines a future where technology is good enough so that robots resembling humans are indistinguishable from the real McCoy. In Blade Runner such automatons are put to work, doing the most dangerous jobs. Crichton says, nope, we'll invent a Disneyland where we'll pay to kill 'em or sex 'em and I'm inclined to agree with him. So what happens if there's ever some sort of technical glitch? Kind've a thin premise, but the actors sell it.

Jacob F (es) wrote: Even if the premise is extremely odd, and the bee wants to fuck a human...it's still a decent animated movie with some funny jokes.

Alexander Z (gb) wrote: I'm ashamed to say I laughed one time at this movie.

shonna h (gb) wrote: A pretty standard creepy-kid thriller, but the characters are really well developed and interesting.

Samantha P (es) wrote: Very touching tale of a female writer's discovery into Lesbianism.

Tio B (ru) wrote: A thinking man's slasher, brilliantly directed by Donald Cammell. The murder scenes are pure Dario Argento. The ending goes way over the top, but in a Texas-Chainsaw-Massacre way that is very satisfying. Cathy Moriarty is incredible!

Ashley H (ag) wrote: Clash By Night is an intriguing film. It is about a woman who comes back to her hometown a cynical woman. Barbara Stanwyck and Paul Douglas give excellent performances. The screenplay has a few flaws but still good. Fritz Lang did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. Clash By Night is a must see.

John R (us) wrote: Cuba is not convincing at all in this role.

Gail J (br) wrote: This is very well acted - hilarious, heart-tugging, with the most unusual assortment of characters (pricelessly portrayed) and a great keep-you-guessing plot. Like a gangster Cinderella story, but more fun than any fairy-tale!

Alex K (nl) wrote: I Only Watch Movies That Are Unrated, Not Rated, G, PG, PG-13 And R, Not NC-17 Or X, I Watch TV Shows That Are TV-G, TV-PG, TV-14 And TV-MA, Not TV-Y Or TV-Y7.

Cindy I (ru) wrote: Another 86 minutes of wild antics with Harold Lloyd. There is a loose story about Harold's -- called Harold "Speedy" Swift here -- fiancee's grandfather's milk delivery wagon and a plot by an unscrupulous railroad tycoon to put him out of business. But none of that really matters. Any Harold Lloyd film's main appeal is the action, and this one is no exception. There are sight gags, car chases, a street fight, comic misunderstandings during a trip to Coney Island, and a hilarious bit in which Babe Ruth -- yep, THAT Babe Ruth -- is riding in cabdriver/baseball fanatic Speedy's cab. Speedy is so excited that the Babe is in his cab that he turns around in his seat to gawk and talk, oblivious in his excitement to the chaos his inattention and erratic driving is causing on the streets of New York City. Much of the outdoor action was filmed on location, and there is some wonderful footage of NYC as it looked in the 1920s. As always, everything works out happily in the end for Harold and company. This is a fun movie with some heart suitable for the whole family....except -- am I the only one who's noticed that Speedy flips himself the bird in a funhouse mirror at Coney Island? I had to run the film back 4 times to review the scene and to make sure I saw what I thought I saw!

Paul M (fr) wrote: Two stars because of the music but the movie itself is not very good . Ethan Hawke is just not believable as Chet Baker. Raging Bull it ain't