Libertad

Libertad

A tale of the uprising of the Paraguayan rebellion against the Spanish crown 200 years ago.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independence,  

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Andhika W (ca) wrote: I guess bob had it enough already, dont wanna see him miserable i guess, lol

Kehiona B (nl) wrote: The movie was okay. James was a good actor considering his disability(even though it souded like he was reading his lines). Could have been a better ending.

Renee R (ca) wrote: I don't like not knowing what happened to these girls...mystery!!!

Madi M (nl) wrote: I actually really liked this movie. It is cheesy and corny, but it was still cute. I liked that they didn't try to completely reinvent the story and stayed true to the original.

Brian P (ca) wrote: 1 , 2 knock out punch! 1 million dollars knock out punch! This drama is about streets of New York , trying to make it big , but reality ... Gotta fight to be the king! Briefcase in hand ! I'm going to Disney world! :p

Grant S (br) wrote: So-so. Clearly an attempt to plagiarise the Quentin Tarantino style of film-making, especially the swagger and dialogue. However, mostly just comes off as a lame imitation. Some scenes and actions seem lifted straight out of Tarantino movies.Part of the problem lies in the casting. Thomas Jane and Aaron Eckhart don't have the swagger and delivery necessary for a Tarantinoesque role. Or maybe it is just the fact that writer-director Skip Woods is no Quentin Tarantino.

Pedro J (jp) wrote: This is a fantastic old school B-picture classic from the notorious Roger Corman. I Seen this once as a kid, it still holds up, especially that shocking ending!

Stan D (nl) wrote: Al Pacino plays real-life New York policeman Frank Serpico, who exposed the corruption in the NYPD, only to have his fellow cops turn on him. A tour-de-force performance by the great Pacino, who certainly should have won an oscar for this movie. With Tony Roberts.