Ilusión Nacional

Ilusión Nacional

National Dream is a film about Mexico and the World Soccer Cup. The documentary s dramatic recounting of soccer history is like a time machine that goes from 1928 to 2012. Throughout the ...

National Dream is a film about Mexico and the World Soccer Cup. The documentary s dramatic recounting of soccer history is like a time machine that goes from 1928 to 2012. Throughout the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Facebook U (it) wrote: The story based on an exceptional story, is nicely put in cinema. It has the feel of a cliff notes though by keeping the pace a bit too rapid and superficial. This is an epic adventure of humanity. I must underline that both the whites and the blacks had one trump card to avert disaster and they both kept it alive by luck and by will. This card was Mandela, of course. We get to understand the silliness and insanity of racism. And I mean white/black, white/white, or black/black racisms. This may extend to nationalism, religiousisms, or other isms that separate groups.

kyo 9 (it) wrote: a slow, but meaningful to the ones who take heed of the situation..

Tasos L (de) wrote: screaaammmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!

Jenny R (it) wrote: This comedy is not for everyone. You either get a few laughs, find it horribly dumb, or laugh through the entire thing. I am the last one. Many critics bash the film for the childlike actions/persona the main characters portray--however this is entirely on purpose. Many also tend to bash other comedies that rely on sex jokes or jokes that cross lines of comfortability. That being said, I find it odd that so many verified critics did not at least give Hot Rod credit for not doing so. Again, it is very slapstick much like Napolean Dynamite BUT with a story line. I would say the closest film to compare it to would be Nacho Libre--both slapsticks truly original plots. As a fan of many types of humor, I thought the film nearly perfected it's goal: a childlike and amiable protagonist, off-the-wall humor, and originality.

Bruce B (kr) wrote: Another amazing movie that I had never even heard of, I feel like it was down played even though its amazing.

Mark L (ca) wrote: 15%? Damn you Rotten Tomatoes reviewers! Like "Dead Man's Curve", another forgotten film of the late 90s, but played for laughs. Look for a young Jason Segel playing the super-intense Catholic roommate.

Jeannie K (fr) wrote: I have always enjoyed this movie... I don't know why it got such bad reviews...

Kevin L (nl) wrote: It trails off clumsily and finally got itself to rise again, but unfortunately only in the last half an hour. The performances were great but I still can't get John Travolta as Clinton in my head

Sam F (jp) wrote: When one-note characters stretch past their limits. (See various SNL movies)

Sarah B (jp) wrote: Its an amazing movie, love love love it !!And Michael Hutchence was perfect in it, just gotta go to Melbourne to visit the house

Rohan H (de) wrote: Aloha Bobby and Rose holds many great memories for me. I saw it originally in the theatre in the 70s then again when it came out on video in the 80s and more recently as a DVD. While it may not suit all tastes, I thoroughly enjoy watching it and remembering back to the simpler times in the 70s. The whole film takes place over one weekend. The main characters, Paul le Mat and Dianne Hull are well cast and both shine with their performances. I love the soundtrack being a fan of both Elton John and Motown music. Definitely a movie for car enthusiasts, featuring Bobby's throaty '68 Camaro.

Kevin M W (ca) wrote: A pop 60's aesthetic, a cool like Steve McQueen, a powder blue seersucker suit and an indescribable plot miraculously combine in this B-movie chic from Japan about a mob guy (the Yakusa, baby!) trying to go straight. As another made guy famously said: "... every time I try to get out they drag me back in!"

Kevin N (ru) wrote: This film is indescribably rewatchable, and every time I see it I am more convinced that is is one of Hitchcock's best movies, at least from the beginning half of his career. This is his legendary cloak and dagger story, a film he would remake himself in 1956 to much more popular reception. This earlier telling has far less fireworks and relies on suspense built within character dynamics. Considering the magnitude of the conspiracy plot, the story is told with a very small number of places and people, and Hitch concentrates his creative energy on filling them with dark energy and humor. When I recall the movie, I recall it in close-up, and that's how the story is told. Hands, bullets, shards of glass, a small dog, gun metal, curtain wrinkles...these are the building blocks in which Hitch constructs a this suspense story. They are clear indicators of the director's style and sense of economic storytelling, and of all his films, one can see in this one most clearly the organizational approach Hitch took when preparing a film. No image in the movie is a compromise; what we have is seventy-five minutes of carefully ordered compositions that make up little stories, and these little stories make one great entertaining one. This is pure cinema- simple, effective cinema. And yet Hitchcock fills this simplicity with great wit and thrilling suspense. In the film's best scene, our hero finds the hideout of his daughter's kidnappers and, gunless, attacks them. Needing to keep the noise down, the kidnappers, led by a deliciously evil Peter Lorre, decide against firearms themselves, and a brawl involving flinging chairs begins. It is tense and hysterical at the same time, and it is entirely Hitchcockian. Anyone wishing to make films themselves, or even to watch films seriously, couldn't do more right than to start right here, where the greatest American director of all time lays down the foundation.

Sebastian I (it) wrote: It's ok.. I've seen better Eddie Murphy movies....

Michael M (br) wrote: This movie has been on TMC lately so I've caught most of it again after not having viewed it in years. It's definitely the 2nd best Hannibal Lecter movie behind "Silence of the Lambs" as Ralph Fiennes plays a credible psychopath in the Lecter vein. Edward Norton, Harvey Keitel, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and of course Anthony Hopkins are always good. Definitely worth another look if you haven't seen it in awhile.

Simon R (br) wrote: A surprisingly decent film, with great story and intense moments. It was my wife's choice but I did enjoy it.