The plot follows the story of twin brothers, one is a coldhearted violent police officer, the other is a helpless romantic with a mental disability. The two brothers are tragically involved with a prostitute who works in the bordello that gives the film its title. The film was adapted from an eponymous novel written by Juan Marsé.
- Stars:Eduardo Noriega, Flora Martínez, Belén Fabra, Héctor Colomé, Sonia Madrid, Vicente Gil, Yunet Guerra, Andrea Gara, Lara de Miguel, Yohana Cobo, Irene Escolar, Carla Sánchez, César Mora, Andrés Lima, Paula Garber,
- Director:Vicente Aranda,
- Writer:Vicente Aranda (adaptation), Juan Marsé (novel)
The plot follows the story of twin brothers, one is a coldhearted violent police officer, the other is a helpless romantic with a mental disability. The two brothers are tragically involved with a prostitute who works in the bordello that gives the film its title. The film was adapted from an eponymous novel written by Juan Marsé. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: won't change the world, but comes in peace and is mostly entertaining.
(au) wrote: Cute little love story, good acting and a couple of laugh out loud moments. Nothing really out of the ordinary but enjoyable enough.
(gb) wrote: Nothing cleverly said or done for the whole 90 minutes but the most clever thing happened is to choose the proper way to perish. Deeply drowning in the sea rather than painfully suffering the illness!
(de) wrote: A cute and clever film about a film geek who falls for the girl of his dreams in the most unusual way...that's it in a nutshell. A good strong cast and a cute story, however I felt they pushed Lucy Liu's character a bit over the edge into "I hate this person" terrirtory. Even with the happy ending, I still dislike her for all the shit she puts this guy through just to relate to him. Cillian is great, as always, and the supporting cast gets pushed back quite a bit, along with backstory or character development, leaving very little to support. However, the film shines at its' geekiness, cuteness and just good wholesome fun. A fun date movie that doesn't really let you down.
(br) wrote: It is a nonstop cliche.
(au) wrote: entertaining enough. I always saw it as a "not as good Scream".
(au) wrote: En midt p treet feelgood-film som redder seg i midtpartiet og mot slutten. Faller for vre for forutsigbar og g i de fleste fellene som norsk film anno r moderne tid har gtt i - nemlig klisjen!
(br) wrote: There was a time when this movie was funny, but it's not now.
(nl) wrote: Was funny. Early days for matt stone and trey parker. above average but not amazing.
(br) wrote: Pure Sam Peckinpah. Not my favorite, but still pure.
(gb) wrote: Definitely a strange vehicle for Gable and Crawford. Strange but still quite entertaining. I found Gable's performance to be a little over the top at times but Ian Hunter was awesome as the peculiar Cambreau, and you can always count on Peter Lorre to be seedy and creepy. One thing I like about old Hollywood is that they could put some of the biggest stars in strange and interesting films like this one whereas these days so much is just recycled and remade garbage.
(mx) wrote: smells like low budget dreams.
(kr) wrote: This film is great. Gotta love some sci-fi time travel!
(mx) wrote: Meet the Fockers is hilarious and entertaining. Meet the Fockers is a step up from Meet the Parents. This movie has a great cast and has a very good plot. Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro are hilarious together. I would very much suggest this movie.
(br) wrote: Predator is one of the best films of all time.
(de) wrote: While this movie treads familiar Star Trek territory, it makes up for more than a few shades of redundancy with the kind of spectacle that only Star Trek could provide. The story may be a little redundant (what with the fact that it's another conflict with the Klingons), but it develops and is paced in such a way that the entertainment value overcomes any storytelling faults, and that's more than could be said for the previous movie in the franchise. The ensemble cast, thankfully, is comprised of veteran actors, and they know how to give convincing, engaging performances, using their talents as best as they can. The production values are quite impressive, and to a lesser degree, so are the special effects. This is the kind of movie that knows the kind of spectacle that its immediate audience would want. This is the kind of Star Trek movie any fan would want to see, and also the kind of sci-fi film that any novice to the genre might want to see, but the best part is that, for me at least, it wraps up the original canon of Star Trek films. It kind of makes me wonder why we needed more in the first place.
(kr) wrote: Dennis Rodman and Jean-Claude Van Damme. Nuff Said.