La vida nueva de Pedrito de Andía

La vida nueva de Pedrito de Andía


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:1965
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Pedrito de Andia is an adolescent self-conscious about his height something that, in love with his childhood friend, Isabel, goes to port forward to receive her after a long stay abroad. However, when he sees his friend turned into a slender woman, the boy feels dwarfed and, indeed, when he receives a snub by refusing a dance, preferring a more attractive guy with whom Pedrito fight. This scandal ends in punishment and he is sent to Andia, his town, to think. He agrees with the hope that one day she recognize love beyond appearances. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


La vida nueva de Pedrito de Andía torrent reviews

Sam M (br) wrote: Good and decently regarded Arnie flick. Doesn't take itself too seriously.Upon rewatch it now makes me think if George Carlin got the idea for that bit on a deathsport reality show. Makes it a little ahead of its time, the film.Also those one liners by Arnold, yeah buddy.

Edward W (br) wrote: A fun road-trip, horror, odd-couple comedy. What sold the movie for me was the acting. The main characters were funny and worked great off each other. Funny stuff with some cool and scary moments. I recommend this to anyone who likes the original Evil Dead and Ghostbusters and sweet conversion vans.

David J (ru) wrote: I could imagine different far superior versions of "Insidious" - an intelligent, well-written version where you actually care about the characters and their struggles and the plot twist doesn't seem so obvious and stupid, a serious, somber version where that explores the family's emotions (something we see glimpses of in that Daniel Tosh-looking motherfucker) and the scares/monsters are symbolic of something meaningful, an esoteric version that doesn't pander to the audience and delivers very chilling moments through it's atmosphere, or a humorous version that exhibits more of the shenanigans we see with the paranormal investigation team. James Wan, one of horror's most popular directors and, in my opinion, biggest prick, deprives "Insidious" of everything that makes a drama interesting and a horror film scary, which is a shame considering "Insidious" has a fairly interesting premise about a demon-occupied alternate dimension that is reached though astral projection. He could have made something super cool and creepy with that premise, but, unfortunately, "Insidous" is the equivalent James Wan jumping out from behind a corner over and over again and pointing at you while childishly laughing and yelling, "Haha, made you flinch!" That is, if jumping out from behind a corner made the same sound as hitting a piano with a sledgehammer. In conclusion, "Insidious" had the potential, but James Wan reduced another interesting idea to a worthless, obnoxious pile of jumpscares. If only Can Evrenol or Jennifer Kent could have gotten their hands on this material...

David F (gb) wrote: The plot lacks substance and surprises only towards the end. Stunning, though, is Cronenberg's ability to make you perceive the creepiness of Mafia's amoral familism

bill b (jp) wrote: tales from the CRAP of filmmaking

Christina M (es) wrote: teen movie with a conscience


Rob S (ru) wrote: Ridiculous, silly, inane...but fun at times. Howard Hesseman (aka Dr. Johnny Fever) was entertaining.

Rogerinho S (jp) wrote: Awesome fight sequences, funny, kung fu classic

Stormy (br) wrote: Lots of family fun, with one of Disney's best live-action classics. I personally don't ski, and hate the cold, but this is just great fun to watch. Harry Morgan, better known as Col. Potter from MASH, gives a hillarious performance as an old mountain prospector. Recommended for ALL families.

Sol H (gb) wrote: It starts out dull, but soon becomes an outstanding example of everything right with classic science fiction. It's thought-provoking, a comment on the times, high-concept and all of it gels so well that you overlook the incredibly cheesey dialogue and hammy acting that pops up here and there. It's also a concept that I've always found fascinating: what if the Earth was knocked out of orbit and into the Sun? It's black and white, but makes fantastic use of a colour-tint at the start and end -something I've not actually seen done in any other film (although I'm sure it has been). It plays out like a feature episode of The Twilight Zone and a good one and that. Or to put it another way, in many ways, it's like Knowing if Knowing had been made in the '60s and wasn't poor. Personal enjoyment: 8/10 Actual quality as a film: 8/10

Jennifer B (br) wrote: Oscar win best actor Spencer Tracy

Augustine H (gb) wrote: With an adultery relationship leaning on the female side, her broken marriage would be her biggest punishment. But if there is a more common case that a male being heartless, the criticisms would be much greater. Not much room for discussion except for Walter Huston's awakening, as the entire thing is too obvious in modern viewers' eyes.

Well A (fr) wrote: Sem dvida o melhor da saga at hoje. Possui uma acidez, um sarcasmo sem precedentes no gnero. A chegada a Dullock clssica.

Gabriel L (ru) wrote: come on man that movie was the shit back in the days its normal that you dont like it when you watch for the first time at 20+ years old... its like seeing 60 years old people watching teletubbies and saying its horrible if you didnt see when you were 10 years old then you got nothing to say

Farron K (it) wrote: 4/5 Stars. Kind of the tamer, more socially-critical version of Wolf of Wall Street. Made in 1987, Wall Street is the story of a young man played by Charlie Sheen who is trying to make his way up in the world of stock-brokering when he finally gets his chance to meet the legend himself, Gordon Gekko, played by Michael Douglas. Sheen gives Gekko a tip he got about a company via his father and the rest goes from there. Sheen is awarded with all the fancy crap money can buy, and learns how to be unscrupulous from his mentor, whom Douglas plays almost as expertly as DiCaprio played Jordan Belfort (Douglas has more of a reserved elderly rage, compared to DiCaprio's manic viciousness). Eventually, things go beyond Sheen's control and it starts to blow up in his face, but I'll leave spoilers out of this. Sheen is perfect as the young up-and-comer, and again, Douglas is just superb at his role as the heartless Wall Street psychopath. Daryl Hannah also shows up as the love interest, but she's completely overshadowed by the bromance onscreen; Martin Sheen performs well as Charlie Sheen's father. Overall, a nice addition to set alongside Wolf and American Psycho in their depictions of the excess that has led to our current day and age.

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