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Juventude torrent reviews
Davi (de) wrote: one of the worst movie i ever saw. Booooooringgg!!!!!!!!!!
Bruno L (fr) wrote: I didn't think it was that great. Weak documentary.
Evan H (ca) wrote: Tasteless comedy that was a product of its time! It shows that women can work too! It just isn't that funny!
Greg K (au) wrote: A great "camp" movie - bet you haven't heard the word in a long, long time. This movie defines it. A great drive-in flick. If you can't get to a drive-in, at least you have half the the fun - no, you have 90% of the fun with this movie.... seriously
Jonathan K (gb) wrote: It's hard to believe that in 1939 Ford directed three remarkable films: Stagecoach, Young Mr. Lincoln and this Revolutionary War/frontier saga. Although this isn't as seminal as the other two pictures, it's still essential viewing. The cast is magnificent, with Edna May Oliver and Eddie Collins standouts. It's evident that Ford's passion lies, not with the battle scenes (which are at their most compelling when shot as expressionistic shadows in the dust), but in the moments when the community comes together as a "civilization" (in quotes for those with an eye for political correctness). True, the Native Americans are depicted as drunken savages, and John Carradine's Torry bad guy fades to the background. But the glory of the film is not in the conflicts but (like so many Ford films) in the small moments ie Colbert spying on Fonda as he cradles their baby and she tiptoes away to pray. And the vivid Technicolor palette, like a romantic landscape painting come to life, is the icing on the cake.