Lúcia McCartney, Uma Garota de Programa

Lúcia McCartney, Uma Garota de Programa


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Lúcia McCartney, Uma Garota de Programa torrent reviews

Philippe P (nl) wrote: A la revoyure, a me fait toujours rire. D (C)sol (C) pour les pisse-vinaigre ;-)

Alex M (us) wrote: Never have I seen a film with such a sharp divide between the critics and the awards. A lot of critics didn't like this movie, yet it was named one of the best of 2011 by both the National Board of Review and American Film Institute. Leonardo DiCaprio and Armie Hammer were nominated for almost every major award except the Oscar.Leonardo DiCaprio is engaging from beginning to end, and to see him age from his 20s to his 70s is fascinating. Armie Hammer and Naomi Watts are great as J. Edgar Hoover's associate/maybe lover Clyde Tolson and secretary Helen Gandy respectively, and Judi Dench provides a good performance in her small role as Hoover's mother. It's not Clint Eastwood's best work, but it's nowhere near as god-awful as you may have heard. History buffs will find it very fascinating. 9/10.

Kirstein A (de) wrote: It was better than I expected it to be.

Fernando R (us) wrote: Wonderful and great surprise.

Paula K (us) wrote: While it started off really well, it soon became quite sappy and contrived.

Phillip H (nl) wrote: I really loved this mindless action movie. Christopher Lambert is one of my all time favorite nobody action guys, ever since he was in "Highlander". Don't expect much but there is a lot of action and gun fights.

Alec B (fr) wrote: Despite the screenplay easily (and far too quickly) tying up all it's loose ends, it remains an enjoyable trifle. If the Travolta that gave this performance showed up more often he'd be infinitely more successful.

Les E (de) wrote: Great. One of the highlights of the series. The story moves along and you really start to like the characters.Some great situations and classic moments.

Emily L (de) wrote: A middling musical; all charm is counterbalanced by the surprising and nonchalant use of blackface and African-American stereotypes.