In Buenos Aires, the twenty and something year old Jewish-Argentinean Ariel Makaroff has left the University of Architecture and spends his time wandering through the downtown gallery where his mother has a lingerie shop and his brother runs an importation business, trying to get his Polish passport and move to Europe. Ariel has never understood why his father left him when he was a baby to fight in the Yom Kippur War in 1973. When his father returns to Buenos Aires, Ariel discovers the reason why his father left his family
- Stars:Daniel Hendler, Adriana Aizemberg, Jorge D'Elía, Sergio Boris, Rosita Londner, Diego Korol, Silvina Bosco, Isaac Fajm, Melina Petriella, Atilio Pozzobon, Mónica Cabrera, Franco Tirri, Luciana Dulizky, Eloy Burman, Juan José Flores Quispe,
- Country:Argentina, France, Italy, Spain
- Director:Daniel Burman,
- Writer:Marcelo Birmajer, Daniel Burman
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Lost Embrace torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Really, really disappointed in this adequate sequel, because Casino Royale was so good. I really wanted to give Quantum a 2.5, but its more of me reeling from the shock of it being such a regression. In all fairness, its quite the adequate action/spy film, with thrills and yet again impeccable performances. It does have its drawbacks aside from simply underachieving. Amalric does a solid job acting, but his villain Dominic Greene is not nearly as memorable as other Bond villains. The final act is rushed and anticlimactic, and devoid of logical setup.
(kr) wrote: While it re-creates the impressive visual aspects of the video game, it suffers from the same problems as all video game adaptions; bland characters, bland dialogue, poor plot, and too heavy on special effects.
(au) wrote: Nothing beyond average.
(br) wrote: I love this movie!! It is funny and makes no sense but He is Pootie Tang LOL
(gb) wrote: I found the utter unreasonableness of Leo rather frustrating, especially in regard to her husband, but hey, it's Almodovar, who's complaining.
(br) wrote: Al surrealismo de Jodorowsky se le aaden los toques sangrientos de la familia Argento, y obtenemos...tatan...Santa Sangre.
(de) wrote: Jackie Gleason is fabulous in this film.
(ca) wrote: Richard Marquand is able to take a common premise and mold a new work of art in his exciting mystery. He captures performances that are swift and precise by a gifted cast. Jeff Bridges is accused of murder, Glenn Close plays his lawyer who begins to fall in love with her client, and Robert Loggia plays her seasoned detective friend. All three roles are portrayed with natural talent. These characters appear to be real people with real lives and not flashy stars in disguise. Close has a realistic routine that includes a sociable relationship with her ex-husband as well as the duty of being a mother. Although we may feel that she is being foolish in getting involved with Bridges, we see that the man she is attracted to is quite powerful. Bridges is comfortable being the wealthy and charming suspect whose role deepens with time. On a separate level, Loggia was nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role as the boozing but expert detective. He is fierce and yet we see he has much compassion for his lawyer friend. What ties all this together is the great writing by Joe Eszterhas (Basic Instinct). This is perhaps his best effort and teamed with the director that gave us Return of the Jedi, the stage is set for the actors to unfold a real nailbiter. There is genuine shock and intrigue in what Marquand summons in Jagged Edge's courtroom. The suspense stays between the lines and cuts deep right through to the final scenes. (B)
(au) wrote: Comedy Gold... witty to boot.
(it) wrote: The one star goes to Matthew Fox. I have to give him credit for losing all that weight and being able to play a crazy villain. On the other hand Tyler Perry disappointed. He is creative minded when It comes to making comedy movies and sitcoms. But he really did not belong in this movie is an action figure. You could tell from the start when you took a look at him with his dyed black hair is dyed mustache. His character was not believable especially when it came to seeing him go from good cop to desperate! And by the way, the plot felt really rushed. I would not recommend this movie.
(ag) wrote: Like Hunger Games but actually good.
(us) wrote: One of the most incredible, unique and completely original movies I have ever seen. Watching a cast and plot grow and change through 12 devoted years is what makes this film superb.
(de) wrote: Enjoyable thriller, with a nicely convoluted plot.
(gb) wrote: this follow up cgi is amazing
(jp) wrote: Disputing which genre The Lobster falls under is the most interesting aspect of it. If you don't find a partner within 45 days, you become transformed into an animal of your choosing. On the surface, the premise is absurd and most of the movie comes off in the same way. The monotone dialogue and bleak scenery are metaphors for how modern dating is largely based on technology and texting, which can oftentimes feel void of all emotion and chemistry. The film is so bleak and depressing that it oftentimes feels like a strange nightmare. The delivery of the dialogue is supposed to be considered comedy, but it rarely ever rises above mildly humorous. It undoubtedly encourages you to compare your own views on relationships with the social undertones it presents to the audience, but The Lobster runs low on entertainment value. It's one of those films that's part of the curriculum of a college level English course that isn't meant to entertain you, but to educate you.