Hotel Rwanda

Hotel Rwanda

Inspired by true events, this film takes place in Rwanda in the 1990s when more than a million Tutsis were killed in a genocide that went mostly unnoticed by the rest of the world. Hotel owner Paul Rusesabagina houses over a thousand refuges in his hotel in attempt to save their lives.

The movie centers on Paul Rusesabagina, a Hutu, who manages the Hôtel des Mille Collines and lives a happy life with his Tutsi wife and their three children. During the struggle against the Hutu militia in Rwanda, over 1 million people were brutally murdered in three months, but Paul saves over thousand lives by housing Tutsi refugees. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hotel Rwanda torrent reviews

Zachary D (au) wrote: Better them the first

greeil428 (nl) wrote: I enjoyed ...couldnt look away.

April C (us) wrote: Have not seen it yet

Garth B (it) wrote: Stars a young and hot Ruppert Everett, a young and hot Colin Firth, and a young and hot guy from Princess Bride. But, this movie is horrible. Boring, VERY British (and not in the good Brit comedy way, in the BAD Brit drama way). The acting is mediocre, the plot is too small and tries to do too much at once....skip it.

Rob H (ru) wrote: The Movie Ragtime was a letdown from the masterful E.L. Doctorow upon which the story is based. There are certainly fun moments, including the song 'I Could Love a Million Girls' that became the backdrop of Harry Thaw's murder of the paramour of his wife. Milos Foreman should streamlined the storyline to focus more closely the Colehouse Walker storyline, since that was the plot that he wanted to explore.

Michael A (ca) wrote: Made and Released long before Silent Night Deadly originally as the great titled You Better Watch Out is a nifty little cult classic...not as violent or bloody as Silent Night but just as effective and strange.

Dimitris S (ca) wrote: Hooray for the Germans trust their malevolent deeds to Third Reich whores and of their disposals.Soft-core porn nonetheless,thus...i never really overvalued it like the pure erotic movie.

Rodney E (ca) wrote: There was a point in the mid 90's where even as a kid I was definitely not buying into these lame movies where they try to really zone in on what the 90's were like. I'm sure this has fans but I never liked it and always thought it was soulless. When my ex-girlfriend said that she wanted to go as a pilled out Liv Tyler in this for Halloween one year I knew it was over. While some movies try really hard to have characteristics of being a cult movie this was a case of the cart coming before the horse in trying to capture an alternative scene that really wasn't so. Maybe it was a weak attempt to be a teen comedy too but I couldn't tell because I was too annoyed by the generic characters. Empire Records is basically a generic commercial for a bad soundtrack.

Scott M (nl) wrote: Do not watch. Seriously bad. Tim Roth is a twitchy mess.

Dean R (es) wrote: One of my all-time favorites and definitely in the top ten. Fantastic movie.

Mike M (mx) wrote: It's hard for people to imagine that confederate soldiers were humans with complex loyalties and motivations. And, God forbid, that many white people fought for a cause to which they didn't subscribe...yet still fought, for their fellow soldiers and their families and a host of other reasons. Life is messy. This film is complimentary, not anathema, to the realities of the Civil War.