Loving Maradona

Loving Maradona

What do they have in common a boy playing in a field of Villa Fiorito and the owner of a bar in Naples? What do they have in common 500 people celebrating Christmas on October 30 and 25 football fans showing their tattoos? They are all loving Maradona.

Diego Armando Maradona is without question one of the greatest and most revered soccer players in history. Told in his own words and those of countless fans and loved ones, LOVING MARADONA ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Loving Maradona torrent reviews

Sherry (gb) wrote: Sad that I wasted over an hour of my life watching this;;;

Jorge O (mx) wrote: Just finished watching this film. It was entertaining. Worth viewing. Comedy and somewhat action. #Bollywood

PY C (fr) wrote: It was okay until the middle half where it got way too boring..

Hiryu T (nl) wrote: Wow more politics. Boring.

Marguerite S (au) wrote: this is a really important movie.

Alex M (ca) wrote: read the book a while ago, now finally watched the movie...very well made, great special effects, good story

Kadeem S (ca) wrote: I still watch Hey Arnold on Teennick (Nickelodeon's sister network), that was the good ol' days when the Rugrats, Doug, and Spongebob started the Nicktoons universe for 20 years. Hey Arnold has a lot of great fans, but the movie of the same name of the TV series is a forgotten moment for Nick. The script and story is too fishy and I thought the movie was supposed to be a mixture of drama, romance, ya know. That's why Helga falls in love with a football head. Anyway, the film was the first to be poorly received and therefore it got torn apart at the box office. I don't know if I'm gonna rent it, but the Rugrats movies are way better. So does The Wild Thornberrys.

Nick J (jp) wrote: Such an amazing, emotional movie.

Courtney H (kr) wrote: Here a film which portrays the struggles many CONTEMPORARY Native Americans. It is a moving and powerful film. Yes, contemporary. America people can not think of Native Americans only in the past tense. There is a history and there is a present. We're still here.

HungYa L (au) wrote: The movie is pretty darn good. Hugh Grant and Nicholas Hoult did a great job in it. However, the book is better. The book is mainly about Kurt Cobain!!!

Eliabeth H (gb) wrote: Yet another serious actor pairs up with her.

Ralph R (kr) wrote: No sir, I don't like it.

Andrew B (us) wrote: My first Reagan film! Not bad, but clearly propaganda.

Andrew M (us) wrote: Why I do not like this is very simple. Whenever I watch a movie, I need to be able to sympathize with the characters. These don't need to be GOOD people, just sympathetic. Porter in "Payback' comes immediately to mind here. Here, I hate these people. I think I'm supposed to hate these people, sure, but they're the central narrative of the film. They sing upbeat songs about the bad things they've done, and then get away with those bad things, and the only one who does suffer is the one sympathetic character who MIGHT have actually been innocent.That might have been the entire point, and I can understand that. That's not a reason for me to like or excuse it though. This movie sickens me.

Ben J (au) wrote: A feast for the senses visually (and attempts to communicate olfactory pleasures too - smell .. yes I had to look that up) and some great performances along the way (Rickman, Hoffman and excellent lead Whishaw - Q in the latest Bonds). The bonkers - and unconvincing - raunchy ending doesn't make too much sense, but is certainly original :P