Mala leche

Mala leche

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:chile,  

Two marginal youths who are friends fail miserably on their first drug transaction. Risking their lives, they embark on an uncontrolled crime spree in order to repay the money within two days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mala leche torrent reviews

Aaron B (fr) wrote: A cute little love story, not much more than that.

jason h (ag) wrote: Paranormal Entity was scary. But it would have been better if I hadnt seen Paranormal activity.

Josh F (ru) wrote: Awesome industry doc.

Jacqueline M (ag) wrote: Would love to see this movie added to your list

Adam H (au) wrote: Not ashamed to admit it. I can watch this movie on repeat all day long. In fact, have. This is where my obsession with Bae Doo-na began

Alexis W (jp) wrote: I would watch it all the time if i owned it

Bengel W (nl) wrote: High quality American lives shared for entertainment. Subtle photography seeks the intuitive side of the story laced with dreams. Music tickles the senses as the actors bring the crudeness of life to the forefront. Being brain dead and stupid is part of the lifestyle well shown with the intense bad timing of declaring a pregnancy. Nibbles: Egg fried rice, Chicken curry.

Cornell W (kr) wrote: It took quite some time to get to the greatness of this film.

Gregory G (br) wrote: Al Pacino starred in and directed this enthralling and informative documentary that is both a selective performance of scenes and elucidation of Shakespeare's "Richard III." Pacino appears as himself with the other players as they deconstruct the play during rehearsals. At the same time, he includes interviews with veteran Shakespearean actors, scholars, and the general public for context that will make the playwright's work more accessible. When the scenes are then performed in costume, our apprehension dissolves and we become more keenly involved. Informative without being tedious, this production can function as a great introduction for novices to Shakespeare or be enjoyed by those more familiar with the Bard. The players include Penelope Allen, Harris Yulin, Kevin Spacey, Winona Ryder, Alec Baldwin, Kevin Conway, Estelle Parsons, and Aidan Quinn. Among those interviewed are Kenneth Branagh, Vanessa Redgrave, John Gielgud, Derek Jacobi, James Earl Jones, and Kevin Kline.

Bjorn O (it) wrote: ja men den r ju bra

Johnny N (au) wrote: Its good... love the tradition of reading bedtime stories. This films pulls into that feeling with a twist.

Stephanie H (br) wrote: The best movie in a long time. Kept me on the edge. The ending just through me. Great acting from all. Lots of of entense action.

Steve H (fr) wrote: This is absolutely one of the finest acting jobs I've ever seen! Congratulations Jeff Bridges.