An investor planning on developing a tourist resort begins an investigation into the legends of the mysterious Io Island in the hope of exploiting its unspoiled beauty. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Io Island torrent reviews
Tim G (fr) wrote: Pretty great, what an admirable group of footballers.
Joe E (us) wrote: it is so sad to think that these islands are just disappearing. also the turmoil in government there seems a problem. shows how the political process is so difficult to navigate. good insightful film.
Pete G (mx) wrote: Quite a good easy watching film, will i buy it? Doubtful
Ethan P (fr) wrote: The Lives of Others is a very moody film. It has a dark, smoky atmosphere and very serious, melodramatic characters. They very rarely have fun. The film is somber and serious. The connections between the characters are amazing and the policeman's turn from investigator to sympathizer is very satisfying, even though the movie is pretty sad.
Juan Diego L (au) wrote: Es una pelcula muy interesante, muy diferente a las dems, me gusta mucho como es en blanco y negro pero usan colores para algunas cosas, los personajes son muy interesantes al igual que las historias, pero a veces haban cosas que no tenias sentido.
Anthony B (gb) wrote: Toula is a woman living her life in Chicago. Toula's family is Greek, but most importantly, they are very close to each other. Even her aunts and uncles are always around them. Toula's father wants her to finally meet a man. Not just any man, but a nice Greek man. Someone who is like the rest of their family/culture. Toula starts dating a non-Greek named Ian. Her father is very upset and tries to set her up with other Greek men through dinners at his house. Her whole family realizes that she is happy with Ian, so they decide that they need to accept that Ian will soon be a part of the family. When Ian and Toula get married is when the families start to except each other more and they learn to love. At the end, Toula and Ian move in right next door to Toula's parent's home in Chicago. This movie is a great family movie that is filled with good clean fun. This movie shows what families are like in different cultures
Pablo G (br) wrote: Did not understand a damn thing, but it was still pretty darn good if youre into this kind of stuff!
Zeke T (us) wrote: I can't explain everything that happened. I loved the two dance scenes, especially the final one. I also liked the scene with the burnt skeletons, when their two faces meet while the background music plays. I'd like to see this one again, I still feel there's much more to grasp. Watched on Sunday, March 4th, 2012, at the Carrollton house on the large upstairs T.V. on Netflix. It's my spring break. Dad, Mom, and Chas left for Cuba early this morning. It's just Buck and I at the house.
Nishlank J (kr) wrote: Well, this is a CRACKER!! So engaging and the male protagonist, Alexandre is so very fascinating. This is also a very unique film and a movie so much of its time. Probably my best nouvelle vague film as well.
Robbie V (br) wrote: The 3 minute version version of all the spoken 'F##k"s is hilarious.
Indra W (fr) wrote: Too weird, and annoying.
Nathalie C (br) wrote: St. Vincent is a wonderful movie with a lot of laughs and a good heart. It teaches compassion. A quality that seems to be long abandoned by the majority of humans.
Federico F (mx) wrote: Buon inizio per la saga dei puffi,di cui ci si aspetti un sequel migliore
Ryan C (jp) wrote: Martin Lawrence is lame and annoying in this raunchy comedy that is predictable and full of clichs.