La Ciudad (The City)
The stories of four Hispanic immigrants living in New York City.
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La Ciudad (The City) torrent reviews
Kim H (mx) wrote: The Disappointments Room, was a disappointment. Yup, I went there. While I thought this movie was supposed to be a gothic horror, I found it to be more of a thriller, and not very thrilling. I think the biggest problem was that too early on it was apparent what happened up in the room, so it didn't leave you guessing until almost the end of the movie.Kate Beckinsale did a good job reliving the trauma she had previously experienced, and at times, I did question if she really was losing her mind. But after 45 minutes or so, it was just people moving around the house. I watched it until the end just to see if there was a surprise twist, but there wasn't. And even the very end, where the bad guy pops up so there can be a sequel, was completely boring.
Craig W (fr) wrote: Special effects in this one makes it worth watching. Keep in mind it's before CGI. Better than average werewolf story.
Jorge G (nl) wrote: ACTIVIDAD PARANORMAL 2 NOCHE EN TOKYO EL ORIGENEsta es la versin JaPOneSA baSADA eN La PRimeRa PELiCUla. Esta VEz LA HisOTriA OcURRe En lA cASA dE Dos HErMANos Que EmpIEzan A EXperIEnTAR FeNOmenOS ExTRaOS.LA PRIMERA ENTREGA DE ACTIVIDAD PARANORMAL, SE ENLAZA CON ESTA, Y POR ENDE NOMBRE DE ORIGEN.EL ciNE JApoNEs tIENe Una ForMA dE LleVAr el mIEdO A uN NiveL sEncILLO PErO SusTAnciOsO, Y eSTo sE rEFleJA eN laS pocAS eScEnaS (SOBRE TODO AL FINAL) qUE sE veN A lO laRgo De LA pelICUla. El fiNAl Es DisTIntO. El aPunTE dE la HErmANa CAMiNANdO eS BArbaRo.
Jonathan G (ag) wrote: Great directing acting writing worth the watch
Kenny N (jp) wrote: No stars. Terry Gilliam IS a genius. He's made enough brilliant films to where that notion can never be disputed. But this thing is a charmless, incomprehensible mess. The DVD opens with him imploring us to give this movie a chance. A bad sign already. If he were 100% confident in this, he wouldn't need to plead with his viewers to watch the movie they're about to see. His plea goes unheard, as the resulting film is just a test of patience that only a most devoted fan could pass. The greatest problem is Jodelle Ferland, a talented young actress from Canada, who, due to this film being shot in Canada but set in Texas, adopts an unconvincing and very irritating Texan accent. Most of the time she's talking to herself, so you end up hearing it for most of the film. I finally got sick of it and dropped out. I don't like to do that with movies, but I had reached my limit. Apparently there's some stuff in here that's very controversial, but I didn't see any of it. And I never will.
Rex M (ru) wrote: Not what you would expect from a pixar movie, not bright and strong.
Jonathan C (ag) wrote: Tries to improve on the first one with more visuals and gags, but fails to capture the spirit of it's predecessor.
F A (nl) wrote: this movie is delightful and a treasure. it is an african folktale brought to life with vivid animation, that somehow feels very authentic, and true to its african heritage. how can you not fall in love with the resourceful little rapscallion kirikou?? and when they burst into song..ahh gotta love it!
Countess N (au) wrote: Recommended by Liesebieke.
Donna F (jp) wrote: Ok movie...like Anjelica Houston !
Joseph B (au) wrote: The first half of the movie seemed to be potentially building up to something deep, but then it descends into ridiculous parody. The visual effects were laughable and pathetic, not even up to the standards of the 1973 The Exorcist, the supposed inspiration for this prequel... in fact, there was absolutely zero connection to The Exorcist; clearly this was a deceptive ruse to get people to see this. Not worth even a RedBox rental.
Christopher B (au) wrote: How far would you go when you see that the looming threat of war has become inevitable? Decent script, well paced, excellent cinematography (unless you suffer from vertigo), and perfect casting - especially Sanders & Basserman.
Arseniy V (gb) wrote: A well-rounded character study, which takes a good share of creative risks and doesn't seem to hold much back where the main character's dark side's concerned. This combination is already rare enough. But then you factor in this being a modern biopic of a huge celebrity - a black icon at that - and this film really does prove itself a unicorn.