Juliana

Juliana

Juliana tells the story of a little girl who dresses like a boy to join a gang that her brother is in. The story shows the reality of young kids that join gangs.

Juliana tells the story of a little girl who dresses like a boy to join a gang that her brother is in. The story shows the reality of young kids that join gangs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Call i (mx) wrote: Not very funny, but with an interesting story. It could have been told more in dept, but for all I know, it's ok to watch on a rainy sunday with nothing better to do. Winona Ryder strikes me in this role, she was casted nicely :)

TTT C (de) wrote: (*** 1/2): Thumbs Up I laughed a lot during this movie.

Mike F (au) wrote: Good indie drama about a young man hoping to get out of his small town existence nad make it to Hollywood as a special effects man. Good stuff for horrorfans and others, with solid performances. Slows down a bit after a great start, sadly.

Tim k (gb) wrote: E.t meet the matrix .so cool

Zaril R (jp) wrote: its nice to see the cast altogether...but the storyline is just SO LAME!..hurm...but baywatch's storyline has always been lame anyways....so i guess it stays true to the series.

Elester W (mx) wrote: David Barto knew he was wrong for making the black woman detective look crunchy

Angela W (es) wrote: I <3 Sam Rockwell! And George Clooney, Patricia Clarkson, Luis Guzman, William H. Macy, Michael Jeter... I love you all! I chuckled at more than my fair share of tiny moments in this oddball crime-gone-horribly-wrong flick. Good stuff!

Matt K (ca) wrote: some mildly funny bits, but overall pretty bad. I loved watching it though...

Cori H (us) wrote: The dullness of this movie makes it seem like it's going on forever. I was happy when it was over.

Trevor D (us) wrote: Branagh's preposterously bombastic take on "Frankenstein" is somehow able to find the occasional moment of profundity and thoughtfulness amidst the indulgent operatics. DeNiro is a weirdly inspired choice for The Creature and gives a weighty, aching performance, and while Helena Bonham Carter is relegated to a fairly standard ingenue role for most of the film, her final moments--maybe the biggest divergence from the original novel-- are really well handled and affecting.Still, the script does itself a serious disservice by twisting Victor into a romantic hero, safeguarding him from too much culpability or darkness. The inclusion of a tragic backstory is perhaps the biggest misstep; apparently a purely intellectual motivation for scientific advancement wasn't enough (Perhaps Branagh's "Isaac Newton" biopic would feature his wife's death as a result of being crushed by a falling apple tree?), but it feels incongruous with the actual story of "Frankenstein"-- especially as the story is never really sure if Victor is trying to create life or prevent death (which are two entirely different things). An enjoyably earnest but seriously misguided adaption.

Stephen S (it) wrote: I don't understand why the ratings are so terrible for this...Solace is an excellent film.

Christian S (nl) wrote: un western moderne mais moyen.