Gato negro

Gato negro

The film tells the life of Tito Pereyra since his childhood in a town of Tucuman (with an absent father) until the 1980 s in Buenos Aires, when democracy was restored. During that period he makes decisions that will change his life forever.It shows a human being with both bright and dark aspects, whose contrasts seem to determine his destiny.

The film tells the life of Tito Pereyra since his childhood in a town of Tucuman (with an absent father) until the 1980 s in Buenos Aires, when democracy was restored. During that period he... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Wes S (es) wrote: If you mix strangeness with epicness and threw away perfection, you' get something like TK3. For the most part, is a crazy enjoyable ride that looks pretty while being cheap. I didn't like all of the jokes, and there was a lot I wish was left out. The characters are colorful. Overall, distasteful yet entertaining.

Andrew M (es) wrote: This is so stupid but couldn't help laughing..lol...so stupid.."felt like a bag full of dicks at a lesbian convention" after watching this... see so stupid.. you should watch this stoned.. much more enjoyable

Tim K (gb) wrote: A nonsensical Troma like film without the Tromaville references. Overly reliant on the male phallus and actually had a disturbing moment or two...despite horrible line readings and some insanely poor effects.

Andreas H (it) wrote: Jeg elsker kontrafaktiske filmer, og denne var ganske bra. Interessant om mekanismene bak terrorangrep.

Tyler P (fr) wrote: It came out the same year as Blues Brothers. It has the same feel as Blues Brothers. In my opinion, it is better than Blues Brothers. Oh, and the Blues Brothers make a short appearence in it.

Abb J (br) wrote: Grease: Based on the hit Broadway play, this iconic, exuberant, gleefully cheesy ode to high school is chock full of hit songs that have withheld the test of time and features equally iconic performances from Olivia Newton-John, John Travolta and Stockard Channing. An enthusiastic A+

Daniel T (br) wrote: So here we have a western directed by and starring Marlon Brando. For me to not like this idea would be preposterous. But it's not like I have to fake it--this is a morally complex western that's ahead of its time. The story starts slow, but eventually develops a strong grip, minus a somewhat flat ending. Brando surrounds himself with wonderful actors, not the least of which is an imposing Karl Malden. The cinematography and scope are epic, but the whole thing's a little rough around the edges, probably due to a combination of studio cuts and the cheap-ass DVD I watched. If you like westerns, watch it. If you like actors, watch it. If you're a dick, don't watch it.

Wilman A (jp) wrote: Indeed no doubt , Allen crazy and honest execution is very fresh at that era. But now, too much happening. Despite, this honest romance movie is charming in some way.

Donovan S (us) wrote: I never gave this film a chance. I'm not sure why. Maybe it's because I think T (C)a Leoni can't act her way out of a wet paper bag, or maybe because Elijah wasn't a big name back then... I can't really make give a definite justification, but after 14 years, I gave it a shot. "Deep Impact" makes a bigger impact than it's paternal twin, "Armageddon".