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La última batalla

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  • Length:10 minutes
  • Release:1992
  • Language:Spanish
  • IMDB link:La última batalla
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Alexander C (it)

. . uninterested. . . For now not to bothered for this


Alexander C (gb)

Could watch this sometime if i can find


Andrew L (ru)

Even though the main theme score is stolen from 'Badlands', it complements the moments of romance and innocence that resonate amongst the chaos and confusion of the crime and violence. Val Kilmer is oddly brilliant as Elvis, Gary Oldman is just plain odd as usual. The supporting cast is what makes this film shine. Slater and Arquette have never been in a better film or given a better performance. The best Tarantino film Tarantino didn't direct


Armchair O (es)

This films seems late to the party, and sadly a little under-dressed. 65 years ago was more biting about Hollywood. Even Sunset Blvd. Confidential. A. There have been better and funnier movies about the sludge pits of Hollywood from The Player to Barton Fink to Mulholland Drive to L. Had the movie been made 25 years ago it might have had some punch, but nowadays with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, E!, TMZ, trashy reality shows, and all manner of shallow media news entities that scream celebrity gossip from the rooftops, nothing here seems all that shocking. Moore manages to keep a flat script afloat, but the basic problem with Maps to the Stars is that it feels dated. It's tragic, and it's funny. Her best moment comes when she must stay composed as she gets the news that the woman who got the part just lost her son. Moore has great notes to play with this character, yes she's horrible but unlike the other characters, there's a least a character there. After a last ditch effort to save her fading career, she just lost the part in an upcoming movie in which she gets to opportunity to play a role that brought her mother an Oscar nomination. She is the daughter of a celebrated movie star who died years ago, and has since lived in her shadow. Past her prime, she has affected the look, the voice and mannerisms of a girl in her late teens in an effort to seem younger. The only interesting character is Havana, played in a great performance by Julianne Moore, a once great movie star whose luster is fading fast as she enters her 50s. Their destinies pretty much go where we expect them to. Sadly, nothing they really do is all that surprising. Yes, they're monsters who do monstrous things and have nasty things happen to them, but some measure of interest must keep our attention. The problem is that these people, for the most part, are uninteresting. There's promise here since all of these characters are played by good actors. There's Benji's mother Cristina (Olivia Williams) who tries and fails to manage the tattered remains of her son's career. There's the limo driver named Jerome (Robert Pattinson) who wants to be a screenwriter. There's Agatha, a pyromaniac who's looking for an identity amid all this shallowness. Weiss (John Cusack) the TV psychologist who is a charlatan with a list of celebrity clients. There's Dr. There's Benji (Evan Bird), a screwed-up former child actor - and thinly veiled parody of Justin Bieber - whose public image has taken a beating since he did a stint in rehab. There's Havana (Julianne Moore), an aging actress with mother issues. The characters are types. In the context of 21st century ethics, however, there are no consequences for their actions; there are just more and more actions. We are privy to a dozen or so characters like this that seem to exist within the show business vortex not committed to the business of making art, but in the business of staying relevant. All the karmic urban legends about how actors get roles, about the weird tantric sex, the huckster therapists, the screwed-up child actors, the stage mothers. We enter into the secret chamber of Hollywood for all its phony inhumanity and inhuman monsters. With that, we're braced for some nastiness. This is Hollywood, after all, another planet unto itself, and we already know that this is indeed a disturbing universe. " If she hadn't added the 27th state to her answer, it might have seemed reasonable that she stepped in from another planet. "Jupiter," she says, before smiling and admitting, "Jupiter, Florida. A plain-looking girl named Agatha (Mia Washikowska) gets off a bus and approaches a waiting limousine where she wakes up the driver (Robert Pattenson) who reasonably asks where she came from. The movie opens with some promise. The very idea that he would take on Hollywood seems to promise great things; alas his latest film Maps to the Stars is a big disappointment, a listless and sometimes vapid movie that doesn't really tell you anything about Hollywood that you don't already know. He's a gonzo artist whose films are always about the bizarre and the grotesque - he made The Fly, Eastern Promises, A History of Violence, Videodrome and The Dead Zone. The idea of David Cronenberg taking a jaded look at Hollywood seems irresistible, especially considering the themes of his work


Christopher S (jp)

Good fun for fans of Italian exploitation. It lacks the trademark visual flair of Bava's masterpieces, but it has a strong story (borrowed heavily from 'Shane' - in fact, it often feels more like a western than any kind of sword-and-sandal epic) and some rousing fight scenes. B-movie Viking adventure from director Mario Bava is not among his best, but is an entertaining action melodrama


Dustin D (au)

Although it is basically a Communist propaganda poster come to life, it is thoroughly engrossing and entertaining. Mother India is the garishly flamboyant Technicolor Communist counterpoint to the Apu Trilogy


Hesham A (ru)

others dislike it , personally I do like it. . . . . Some people may like it. - dialog is mainly by the camera & rarely you hear some words said. - No traces of musical scores. moving elements come in & out from the cadre. . . . where ; - the camera is fixed. This film belongs to experimental school


InvaderGir Z (mx)

amazing, mindblowing movie


Isaac C (de)

That being said, it does make a good distinction between free speech of the people and of corporations and hints at the democratic paradox. A recommended alternative would be Buying the War by Bill Moyer. It is well done, but one might already know the main theme if one is familiar with the media bias of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Another film I believe would be better if i didn't already know about the issues


Jayden C (kr)

want 2 see every movie in da wole wide world of course im a movie lover. kool as i want 2 see dis