Living in the 1970s is hard. For example, three nymphets struggle to have a beneficial youth: Ana (Mildred Macías) is suicidal, Mercedes (Marissa Makendosky) is attracted to her brother ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
La lucha con la pantera
Living in the 1970s is hard. For example, three nymphets struggle to have a beneficial youth: Ana (Mildred Macías) is suicidal, Mercedes (Marissa Makendosky) is attracted to her brother ...
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Zinc Z (fr) wrote: Not a Shia fan but this was ok
Simon P (mx) wrote: Messy mix of Emmerdale, Psychoville and Texas Chainsaw.
D M (gb) wrote: Amazing documentary made by a Jewish Israeli searching for actual anti-Semitism since Israeli media demonstrates incidents continually. He is granted access to the ADL and Abe Foxman (who admits he uses the conspiratorial view of Jews to his advantage). They have a very difficult time finding any anti-Semitic stories he can cover. He also travels with a group of the 10s of thousands of Israeli high school students who visit Auschwitz every year. The interviews with the students are very revealing as it shows there total indoctrination to Zionism as a correct and moral philosophy. Total victim-hood as a way of life. Another great interview was with the filmmakers grandmother who really speaks the truth about Jews wrongly profiting off the backs of others. Some interviews with average Black New Yorkers on the street are very interesting. Other interviews are with John J. Mearsheimer and Norman Finkelstein.
Kevin D (fr) wrote: eh...watch it on my computer :P
Mikael K (de) wrote: A sad example of a sequel that is almost unbearably by-the-book and without personality. "What Becomes of the Broken Hearted" adds nothing thematically constructive to its predecessor, the magnificent "Once Were Warriors." Not exactly a bad or even boring film, but a very aimless and undewhelming experience that doesn't seem to have much to say.
Em M (jp) wrote: Clever idea.... Didn't really go anywhere! Beautiful scenery and landscapes... Leaves you feeling a bit weird with the music playing through your brain!
Greg W (jp) wrote: bitter WWII drama post WWII
Greg W (gb) wrote: no "GWTW" as the studio hoped but still quite successful I liked it see if u can see the before & after the car accident with Monty Clift hint interior stuff was b4 the accident.
Greg W (us) wrote: The clock-hanging climax that caps this generally charming tale of a country boy out to make his fortune in the big city is a superb example of his ability to mix suspense and slapstick.
Stephen E (nl) wrote: "On Golden Pond" may not be a terrific film, but it is a very peaceful, enjoyable experience. The main reason to watch it is because Henry Fonda and Katharine Hepburn are both quite amazing in their portrayal of an aging couple. Both are so strong and perceptive and there's such an undeniable chemistry between them.