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Los actores del conflicto
Three street mimes pretend to be guerrilla fighters who want to rejoin society thus obtaining permission from the government to go into exile in Spain in exchange for demobilizing...
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Juliana P (ca) wrote: This is one of those worst movies you can hardy digest which are full of historically inappropriate, inaccurate and dumb events!!!All most all the historians found this speculation about the great Liberation War of Bangladesh way too hard to swallow given that, at the time the film is set- it was an India-Pakistan war happened in 1971!! Similarly, this terrible film often humiliates the Bangladeshis, on several sights. It depicted that people of Bangladesh were involved in various criminal activities during the liberation war when in reality; they had been fighting for the liberation of their motherland. Furthermore, the movie awfully exaggerated the situation in 1971 portraying that the Bangladeshi used to talk in Hindi! My foot! It's a matter of great pity when some dumb & numb scriptwriters portrayed the Bangladeshis as Hindi-Speaking Nation, who are the only brave nation who had shed their bloods for claiming their mother tongue back in 1952!Such is the state and height of historically inaccuracy and dumbness!Poor dumb ass YashRajFilms!!! Better start selling pinup magazines on the street - I mean it!
Jacob D (br) wrote: One of the greatest love stories of our time and all-time or just movies period.
Ali S (kr) wrote: I find this one very hard to rate. I don't know if I enjoyed it or not. There was a twist and I, for one, didn't see it coming. The acting wasn't bad but it wasn't spectacular either. The storyline seemed a bit contrived. And I didn't totally feel the emotion I think I was supposed to. It might have been a better movie for me if I hadn't seen Sarah Polley's Away from Her years before and loved it so much. Because of that, Lovely, Still ended up feeling a bit like a rip-off of that.
Bashkim U (kr) wrote: The most ridiculous rating I've ever seen. I trusted you rottentomatoes!
Lorelei A (ca) wrote: Perfectly acceptable film about watching the Mexican border.
Thaddaeus D (de) wrote: this was truly a wonderful fantastical film the whole family enjoyed
Benjamin E (ag) wrote: This is a really good mockumentary about the comic book culture. The geeks, nerds, writers, & artists.Mark Hamill plays Don Swan, a high school teacher. Who in his love for a golden age hero, sets forth to make a documentary to try to stop an updated version of said hero. The hero in question is Commander Courage. There is to be an updated version called Codename Courage.Mark Hamill also directed this opus about comic books. There are tons of cameos. Hugh Hefner, Stan Lee, J.J. Abrams, Peter David, Peter Mayhew, David Prowse, Kevin Smith, Bruce Campbell, & Ron Perlman. Funny, quirky movie.
Corey S (ag) wrote: Watching this as an adult who wasn't even a fan of the Power Rangers as a child very likely contributes to my disdain for the cheesy special effects, lame one-liners, and overall juvenile feel of it, even when it's trying to be edgier than its source material.
David M (it) wrote: This comedy classic is criminally underrated. How it has a rotten score baffles me. RIP comedy legend Chris Farley
David S (kr) wrote: I can't believe I never saw this when I was a teenager. Or somehow forgot it if I had. But Jean-Claude Van Damme's actioner Timecop was a ton of fun. Strangely, for a Van Damme flick, it's actually kinda smart. It plays with the idea of time travel and event manipulation very well. It's sort of a kick-ass action version of The Butterfly Effect. And I enjoyed it.