Made in Argentina

Made in Argentina

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Made in Argentina torrent reviews

Mark E (us) wrote: Oh what a mess of a film!. Unlikeable cast with a poor script and plot.

Andrew T (kr) wrote: barking waters , cousin richard whitman and lesharo wildcat ,is in this. And like to see all the places that where filmed in OK.

David D (it) wrote: With a fascinating true story, a good script and interesting dialogue, great performances by Greg Kinnear, Lauren Graham, Dermot Mulroney and Alan Alda, astounding directing by first-time director Marc Abraham and a good but okay pace and flow, Flash of Genius is an inspiring tale of a man going up against a corporation in a lawsuit while also learning about windshield wipers.

Jacqui (jp) wrote: weird movie. i liked it better than "dazed and confused" yet they were very similiar.

Marta P (kr) wrote: ..."Love, lost and redemption"... such poetic movie..

Aimee C (us) wrote: This is somewhat of a return to form for director James Toback (who has never managed to top his 1978 film, Fingers). Anyway, Neve Campbell's performance alone makes the film worth seeing (lots of gratuitous shots of her T&A for all you pervs out there, lol).

Nick K (kr) wrote: Good intentions, made better with a soundtrack that will linger, but ultimately goes too far off the rails.

David L (nl) wrote: I wish I could watch every movie ever made but I sadly don't have the time. I'm not interested in this movie because I don't think I'll like it or don't know enough about it to think I might like it. I may still end up seeing it some day though.

Simon N (us) wrote: I'd forgive the bad directing and the bad effects if there was even a shimmer of hope that the franchise was showing signs of improvement. Any lessons seemingly learned from 'Endgame' is ignored here in favour of vague recycled sci-fi/fantasy cliches and trying-so-hard-to-be-epic storytelling that adds nothing of value to the franchise. The core idea of 'Highlander' and the Immortals are full of such promise, which is regularly ignored in order to release DVD movies full of half-baked ideas that just serve to further confuse an already-muddled twenty-year-old backstory. When are we going to get the reboot this series so richly deserves? I'm fine with Adrian Paul staying on as Duncan (and I say that as someone who's seen very little of the series), but just someone admit the films have got steadily worse and bring it all back to the basics. We'd all like that.

Leonard D (kr) wrote: This was a decent action film. Just wish that I could care about these one dimensional characters, but no.