Friday night in Mexico City... guided by three different ways of understanding the world, 20-year-olds, Juan, Rodrigo and Christian live after-hour adventures of friendship, love, and respect in a city marked by social differences. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
La última y nos vamos
Friday night in Mexico City... guided by three different ways of understanding the world, 20-year-olds, Juan, Rodrigo and Christian live after-hour adventures of friendship, love, and respect in a city marked by social differences.
- Stars:Amira Khalifa, Marja Packalén, María de los Ángeles Ayuso, Antonio Bassols, Rossana Camhi, Juan Pablo Campa, Karen Castaño, Octavio Castro, Juan Carlos Colombo, Rubén Cristiany, Guadalupe Damián, Montserrat de León, Heriberto Del Castillo, Paola Flores, Liz Gallardo, Jose Antonio Gaona, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo,
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Kevin B (br) wrote: A good flick. Worthy of viewing
Brian R (au) wrote: sad....great actor......eh movie
Greg W (es) wrote: Randa Haines' sappy, rather dull melodrama about the friendship between two eccentric old men is mostly a showcase for its stars, Robert Duvall and Richard Harris.
Thomas H (nl) wrote: What a weird movie! It's mainly about a couple of sexy chicks changing their underware and being harassed by some evil clones of Roger Rabbit. Great stuff, though, & David Carradine as mysterious stranger is fantastic
Jeff B (ag) wrote: Somehow more childish than the 1940s Fleischer & Famous Superman cartoons that were aimed squarely at kids, the horribly miscalculated bomb The Quest for Peace created a cancer-causing fallout so tenacious that it wouldn't dissipate for nearly 20 years. It plays even poorer today. George Reeves' '50s iteration of the Man of Steel might prove to be classic television, but the staid silliness of the series hasn't aged well. That said, the entire run of that program looks positively naturalistic and ripped-from-the-headlines when compared with the insultingly over-the-top goings-on of Superman IV. With a villain so laughable that his appearance single-handedly turns the production into an outright comedy, Superman IV is riff-worthy from the word 'no.' In this painfully bad PG-rated sequel, the Man of Steel (Reeve) crusades for nuclear disarmament and meets Lex Luthor's (Hackman) latest creation, Nuclear Man. Alexander and Ilya Salkind, the producers of the first three go-rounds, smartly chose to sit this one out. Gene Hackman, however, returns to cash a sizable paycheck and create a Solar-powered Superman clone with a perfectly coiffed mullet. That Superman creators Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel lived to see this dreck put the nail in coffin of a once-decent franchise is appalling...though certainly not as appalling as Warner Bros. not compensating them for creating an American icon...but a close second.Bottom line: Nuclear Waste
Sophie T (kr) wrote: I LOVE this film! Not exactly an original story but genuinely hilarious at times and so feel good :-)
Anthony C (br) wrote: Spike Lee's best movie since "Inside Man". A modern satirical adaptation of "Lysistrata" with great editing, occasionally rhyming dialogue, humorous satire, and a great strong revolutionary female protagonist in Teyonah Parris's Lysistrata (she could give Katniss Everdeen a run for her money). Unfortunately Lee's ham-fisted preachiness does show and drag down the movie at points (especially in the ending and a funeral scene where Spike Lee grinds the story to a halt to literally preach to the audience about his sociopolitical beliefs).