• Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1923
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
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Gonzague torrent reviews

Justin R (br) wrote: Su Friedrich is the bomb.

John W (gb) wrote: The atmosphere in this film is incredible. The twists and turns were very effective. I was blown away by this movie. Truly one of the best horror films I've seen in a long time.

Alex G (us) wrote: A captivating portrayal of a man's decent from one injustice thrust upon him to a reactionary injustice. The ride is always fun and the characters remain strong throughout. The directing and acting is top notch. While it may have lost sight of its original motives, it feels like such is the way of the character rather than the film itself.

Steve G (fr) wrote: What can one say? The definitive portrayal of the New Testament. Brilliant in almost every respect. Wept several times.

Sarah G (ag) wrote: Classic, one of the best movies of all time.

Ryan M (ru) wrote: A movie that spoofs action movies that take themselves too seriously ironically takes itself too seriously. There a lot of good ideas in this movie, but nothing comes to fruition. Missed opportunities for some really great commentary are muffled under a standard action plot, and some really great action scenes are, in turn, under-cut by self-referential dialogue.

Chris P (mx) wrote: Recommended if you're concerned about government surveillance or just want to see some cool helicopter dogfights.

Aliye N (mx) wrote: One of my favorite James Toback films and favorite Harvey Keitel performances second to "Bad Lieutenant". The French remake is really good too. It's like the American film tried to be FRench and the French films tried to be American. This one is better!!

Diego Martn (br) wrote: Entretenida,para psar el rato 6/10

Al M (kr) wrote: Ranking right behind Wrath of Khan, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country represents a perfect ending to the original cast films, which was only slightly marred by the travesty that is Star Trek: Generations. It perfectly blends the development of the aging characters together with a politically complicated plot that provides an ideal summation of the series and films.

Calyre Z (fr) wrote: "1942, Christophe Colomb"