• Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1953
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

In the biography of John of Austria the Spanish hero of Flanders, brother of Philip II, as an argument, the tape is a praise of Spain Emperor Charles V and the values ​​of Franco. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jeromín torrent reviews

Donnie B (nl) wrote: Devastating, loving, haunting, and necessary in a way that only a story about "mother" can be. Polley's humor and gravity are on fully display, and this, along with Away from Her, proves her to be a filmmaker of enviable talent.

Luke B (jp) wrote: I thought it was very good film, and Di Caprio played the role excellently.

yhean v (gb) wrote: gonna watch this later....afte my dinner


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Ian M (ca) wrote: Awesome(must be said in falsetto)

thunderwoman stands noon w (us) wrote: well it;s good can;t help to watch a couple more times after watching can;t help think about it some more - good job

David L (us) wrote: Safety Last! has very awkward pacing mainly because the climbing sequence is awfully extended, but what a scene it is! Groundbreaking, authentic, memorable, iconic, entertaining, at times thrilling, at times hilarious, it is the scene that surely overshadows the rest of the movie. But the rest of it is good as well. Lloyd's stunts and antics work out many times and he, while nowhere near as good as Chaplin, is however much better than Buster Keaton.

Ben K (ru) wrote: Watching the previews of Thor, anyone would easily dismiss it as yet another fantasy film churned out by the Hollywood machine chock-full of big budget special effects and minimal plot and character development. Avatar and 2012 come to mind. But this is not the case with Thor. The viewers will find themselves caring about the fate of the characters and the fate of Asgard and Earth as well.The hero of the story, enthusiastically played by Chris Hemsworth, is a perfect balance between the testosterone-fueled warrior eager for battle and the kind medieval mortal (when he loses his abilities on earth). His love interest, Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), is actually convincing as a character, mostly due to Portman getting acting lessons for Black Swan and carrying them over to Thor. The king of Asgard, Odin, is a powerful force to be reckoned with played by none other than Anthony Hopkins.Asgard, Thor(TM)s home planet, is a lavish, beautiful world comparable to the moon Pandora in Avatar. The portal from Asgard to Earth (and other worlds) is literally a rainbow bridge that could be described as nothing less then visually stunning and awe-inspiring. The camera work in the natural shots of the CGI world of Asgard bring us from the underwater depths to the jaw-dropping structures of the mountains, giving us beautiful perspective of this colorful world.Thor proves to be an exceptional beginning to a franchise just waiting to happen. Most characters are engaging and diverse, the CGI is wonderful, and the villains are spine-tinglingly invigorating. The overused, stereotypical battle-heavy dialogue can be eye rolling-inducing, but as the film concludes, it will leave you begging for the sequel just to see the fate of Thor and Foster.

Muffin M (jp) wrote: Nick Marshall (Mel Gibson) thought he had it all - smooth looks, even smoother moves, high paying job at a prestigious ad agency, women falling all over him...But then one night a freak accident leaves him with the ability (or curse) of being able to hear what women are thinking...and they're thinking Nick's a sexist, vain, lecherous jerk. Dumbfounded, Nick is convinced he's going mad but when his shrink suggests he uses his new found powers to find out what women really want, Nick's life is suddenly turned upside down...and the first person he has his insights set on is the agency's hot new creative director Darcy McGuire (Helen Hunt).also stars Marisa Tomei, Mark Feuerstein, Lauren Holly, Ashley Johnson, Judy Greer, Alan Alda and Delta Burke.directed by Nancy Meyers.