Garrincha: Hero of the Jungle

Garrincha: Hero of the Jungle

Documentary about the most famous dribbler in Brazilian Soccer (some say in Soccer's history!) at the zenith of his career, showing classic scenes of 1958 and 1962 World Cup. Garrincha was ...

Documentary about the most famous dribbler in Brazilian Soccer (some say in Soccer's history!) at the zenith of his career, showing classic scenes of 1958 and 1962 World Cup. Garrincha was ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Garrincha: Hero of the Jungle torrent reviews

conny c (mx) wrote: Here, behind these walls, Kiran experiences true freedom for the first time in her young life.. it's about women, about the law and justice... and FREEDOM!

Oscar D (es) wrote: Masterpiece spy thriller with an utterly compelling performance by James Mason

Freeman M (us) wrote: Pretty Woman, this ain't.

Jon P (de) wrote: Friday the 13th dons a badge and truncheon in William Lustig and Larry Cohen's cult crime slasher. Except this time, Jason comes in the form of B-movie legend, Robert Z'Dar.Capricious characters and dull death scenes occupy a world of wobbly women and watered-down horror tropes, yet there's bags of fun to be had in revelling at the ingenious way Maniac Cop manages to be over-dramatic, yet completely devoid of drama at the same time.Nobody takes cover, everybody leaps to conclusions and the whodunnit elements of the film fall flat on their face, because nobody else in the universe looks even a little like Robert Z'Dar. Especially not Bruce Campbell.Trashy, slashy silliness with a slo-mo shower scene to die for.

Luciene C (kr) wrote: Soube hoje que h uma refilmagem, de 2011, mas nem vou tentar. Esse original aqui (C) perfeito. uma daqueles filmes que ficam conosco por muito tempo.

Dan S (nl) wrote: Gotta love Mansfield's squeal!

Debbie D (ca) wrote: *SPOILERS* I bought this film from Amazon and I really liked it! I've read some really positive reviews and some negative ones as well, but being an indie film fan and a fan of previous John Orrichio films - I bought Abduction. The camera-work is his best yet with beautiful outdoor shots and disturbing lighting and effects that show how the town is twisted behind closed doors, but picturesque and normal to the outside world. It's the story of a remote New Jersey small town that is not on any map. Basically the townsfolk kidnap unsuspecting tourists and sell them into slavery, they harvest their organs for sale on the black market or make leather goods out of them! Everything starts to unravel when an up & coming pop star from South America is kidnapped and her bodyguards come to town to find her. The whole town is in on the secret. The story is original and plays out well. The first 10 minutes are a little slow, but it picks up nicely from there. As for the acting, Tony Rugnetta (Jacob) is excellent. His best role to date. Roberto Lombardi (Johnny) is perfect, convincingly evil & sexy at the same time! Christy Callas (Lilly) who is vulnerable & sinister at the same time and Gerry Kirschbaum (Doc) who has the cool demeanor of a Doctor with a hidden mania. Other notable performances are Deana Demko (Rosie) and Christina Sampson (Myrtle). There is rarely a stumble by any of the actors. I also think that to truly enjoy this film you have to take it for what it is. A low budget, well made drama / thriller that is a little creepy, a little campy/funny and a little bloody. It's not a horror film per se and it's not for everyone. If you want the thrills of a Saw movie, pass on this. If you like Rosemary's Baby, this is right up your alley. The film has gotten bashed, but I believe that is coming from former colleagues of the film maker who are bitter. Judge for yourself!!

Christine H (au) wrote: Be moved, inspired, reminded, and informed about the power, positive effects, and healing quality of music in our daily lives....

Rick V (de) wrote: A very disturbing & scary movie

Claudette A (ru) wrote: I loved this film as it was very charming. Can't wait to be a teacher!

Daniel G (ca) wrote: With an incredibly dramatic sequence of semi-subjective tracking shots, Elephant takes us to a place usually obscured by media coverage and short, distant reflection. Van Sant is not afraid to explore the realism of random violence and courageously questions motive and singularity in this multi-dimensional portrayal of a high-school shooting.