While touring in Italy, a recently-widowed American opera singer has an incestuous relationship with her 15-year-old son to help him overcome his heroin addiction.

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Luna torrent reviews

Jerico T (ca) wrote: "This blah blah blah book is my favorite" is such a redundant line in their script.

Bruce20 B (ca) wrote: Probably the MCU's worst film but doesn't completely rug down as a bad film. It was good, but not good as you would expect an MCU film to be. My Score: 69%

Maria J (kr) wrote: I felt slowly drawn into this movie as it unfolded. While I am not a follower of Toni Colette I felt she struck the right balance as a jaded, damaged, eye rolling rock chick in her 40s which we could still feel for as she gets her heart crushed. Who really lifts the movie up is Thomas Haden Church. Without him it may have fallen flat. His character is quirky, funny and won me over as the road trip progressed. I left the movie smiling and fulfilled. Like I'd eaten a good bowl of Ramen. And that is a rare feeling.

Lando Q (it) wrote: It wasn't as good as I expected. Although it lacked some direction and there were some secondary acting that could've been much better, it was still fun to watch. Special fx were awesome and Charlize was flawless.

WS W (au) wrote: Looks quite crude at the beginning, but have to agree the blending job of different plotlines into one is pretty well done indeed.

Francisco R (us) wrote: Can someone please tell me what's this, is this some kind of joke, this is one of the worst animation movies ever, the first was much better, I loved it, the second, had a worst animation and it wasn't so good as the first and it wasn't so good too, but this, you got to be kidding me, I shoodn't even see it, I'm not surprised it only came out on DVD, because this movie sucks, the animation is probably worst than the second move, this movie is not funny it all and it's also not entartaining it all. Tottally not recommended film.

r l (kr) wrote: A somber, heartbreaking film that renders the artist, his stinging lyrics, and his talent in helpful historical context. The absurdities of the Vietnam-era are the prism through which we view Ochs' ego, his melancholic path to alcoholism, depression and eventual suicide. Live while you're here. He was wrong to think there would be no place in the world for him where he'd belong when he's gone.

Andrew M (us) wrote: Following the success of Sundance darling and cult classic Napoleon Dynamite, director Jared Hess moves on to a slightly bigger film in the form of Nacho Libre, and while it can't really match the same sort of quirky charm that made Napoleon Dynamite so oddly endearing, it's a pretty funny little film. There's plenty of the deadpan humor that feels reminiscent of Hess' past work, but many jokes this time around come from the always goofy and over-the-top Jack Black, who takes the lead as Ignacio/Nacho. There's moments where Black feels like he's overdoing it, and his more outrageous sense of comedy clashes with the very stoic sense of humor of the actors around him, but for the most part, his jokes land consistently. If anything, you can tell he's having a blast onscreen, and he truly embraces the absurdity of his role; this is a white man playing a Mexican cook, after all. His chemistry with Hector Jimenez, who plays Nacho's wrestling partner, is delightful, and the two share lots of hilarious back-and-forth moments throughout the film. The film itself is quite predictable, but it's not a film that's trying to reinvigorate its genre: it's a comedy that knows exactly what it wants to be, and it does it quite well.Black's sense of comedy takes some getting used to in comparison to the rest of the film, but once the jokes start landing, they really start landing. Fans of Jack Black and Jared Hess' sense of comedy will certainly have a good time with Nacho Libre.

M M (kr) wrote: Toyoda as director, based on a manga by Taiyo Matsumoto, with Ryuhei Matsuda acting like a bad boy in japanese uniform *am i dreaming or what?* <3

Zachary C (it) wrote: This movie is so bad it's good. What a piece of crap!

Terri H (ca) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Belal S (fr) wrote: the most classic, funny, romantic and elegant, Audery Hepburn is my queen, wish I lived back in her time

Brandon C (gb) wrote: A very underrated animated film!

Chris S (fr) wrote: Probably the best psychological thriller I have seen to this day. As a 20 something I was obsessed by this movie.

Konrad A (gb) wrote: I thought this movie was good but what made me sad is Pocahontas does not end up with John Smith. And I did not think Pocahontas looked good in address and how she styled her hair. But is was a ok movie funny parts. My two favorite characters were John Ralph and John Smith

Facebook U (gb) wrote: Masterpiece. Every second is drenched in meaning and originality. So good. So inspiring. So honest. Fuck it's good to hear a voice that I can relate to.