The wild and wanton Francisca, known as the "The Tigress," is the eldest of three sisters, who are bosses of a farm in Ecuador. A medicine man tells Francisca and Juliana that their ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The wild and wanton Francisca, known as the "The Tigress," is the eldest of three sisters, who are bosses of a farm in Ecuador. A medicine man tells Francisca and Juliana that their ...
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Guido S (it) wrote: Could have been interesting. Does reenactments of various parts of Dahmer's day to day life which really don't add anything to the story but are just filler. The interviewees aren't that interesting, which pretty much can derail any documentary. The neighbor, detective, and scientist don't add any interesting tidbits, just do a very basic overview of the case. I could read Wikipedia on Dahmer and get more information in a fraction of the time. That's not good for a documentary.
Lasse C (kr) wrote: Superman proves again that he is by and large the most boring popular superhero out there.
Sol C (ag) wrote: Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga's performances at the only reason to watch this film. The film could have been better. Andy and Vera have a great on screen chemistry. They need a better story than this one. It needed a major rewrite. It was predictable. I felt like I have seen this type of film done before, only better. It felt like, the screenwriter didn't know what to do with both character at some points in the movie. There are a few cute moments in the film. I thought Peter Riegert was good in his supporting role. Hopefully the next film Andy and Vera do together will be better than this one.
Samantha M (ca) wrote: For one, it's too long. The story just seems dragging and I was just waiting for something interesting to happen the whole time. I watched Lynch's other movies and this just seems to me his worst.
Mike L (au) wrote: Jeanette MacDonald plays Nina Maria, a vivacious singer who has captured the hearts of all the men in colonial Spain and France during the time of Napoleon. The secret of Nina is that she is a sort of spy who is attracting French officers to get information about Napoleons plans to invade Spain. As she is trying to dissuade a French officer to go on to the next one she kisses a Spanish gentleman who becomes enamored with her and follows her to her next mission, to sing for a large group of French officers in Vitoria. He interferes with her plans on getting information from a French Colonel. Jeanette lights up a room with her voice and her dazzling smile, which has to be one of the best in the history of film. But there is deceit as the Spanish gentleman is actually a French spy and they have suspected Nina for some time and they are out to catch her. But she is smart enough to realize that she is a suspect and does not fall into their plan. Napoleon does take over Spain and with the help of the English there is war. Toward the end of the war Nina is asked to go undercover as a gypsy behind French lines where she meets up with Colonel who is now in charge of the army. She gets caught and meets up again with Captain Andrea (Allen Jones). She fools both of them into changing their battle plans for Spanish victory. It gets a little ridiculous as she sings while in jail as the town is being shelled.
Stephen P (au) wrote: Conjoined twin brothers confront emotional separation when a sensitive prostitute enters their lives.
Nicola C (mx) wrote: sunday afternoon film.
Tiffany D (au) wrote: It's been 20+ years since I've last seen WB, and although I'm no longer an angsty teen, the trage-romance still speaks to me. Leigh is magnificent and Taylor is dashing; my only complaint is the anachronistic costuming. 4 1/2 stars for one of my top 3 fave Leigh films (and even despite that - and the other two versions - I still think this could be remade and be magnificent if done correctly)
Scott C (jp) wrote: Really terrible 'Matrix' wannabe.
Andrew H (ca) wrote: An amazingly directed action film that features stunning martial arts choreography that will keep you on the edge of your chair