Maria y el Nuevo Mundo

Maria y el Nuevo Mundo

In the Caribbean mountains of Venezuela, stands Colonia Tovar, a Bavarian town in the heart of the tropics...

In the Caribbean mountains of Venezuela, stands Colonia Tovar, a Bavarian town in the heart of the tropics. Built in the XIX century by German peasants, today it has become a prosperous ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Maria y el Nuevo Mundo torrent reviews

Calum B (ru) wrote: A crappy sequel stick to the first Joy Ride film with Paul Walker in it because the first one has well done action scenes, good actors and and an ingenious ending. This sequel does not offer any good aspect and it results a very crappy and enormously boring film. My recommendation is to skip this film.

Baphomet (it) wrote: You've GOT to be kidding.

Jason K (ca) wrote: UPDATE"Prob the only living movie that the more you watch it, the more you understand about it and thus for get confused about the new things you just learned that now contradict the things you thought you knew. Also: the only movie you need a notebook and a diagram to follow along *sub note- neither will help.

Tracey H (gb) wrote: seen it.. good movie

Pamela Y (gb) wrote: Oh man, this movie is 2.5 hours long and I feel that I've wasted 50% of my time. The concept is interesting but the opportunities are squandered.It's a stylish enough film. The production has a glossy, slick, mid-century Hollywood Regency glam look to it. I couldn't believe it was filmed in 1970 as the setting feels 1950's. My issues with French cinema is the general overall lack of concern for story line, plot or character development. Yves Montand's alcoholism and borderline insanity is introduced and never explored and quickly explained away. Alain Delon's mob backstory drops in and out of the picture. We never know why Gian-Maria Volonte's character is on the run. The police work is sloppy and lazy. The continuity of the story is equally sloppy and lazy: it's clear weather, then it snows, then it's raining all during one day in the story. The plot twist of the police inspector/fence is overhyped in the description. It's a red herring in the description as it is merely a set-up in the last 10 minutes to trap our criminals. Plausibility and continuity is an afterthought. One of the characters attempts suicide by ingesting two vials of Aspirin. Riiiight. It'll give one a damn stomach ache but I doubt it'll kill anyone. Again, it's pretty nice eye candy, but that's about it.

Dion D (ru) wrote: Sure, it verges on parody at times, but the chemistry between Sean Connery and Harrison Ford makes it all worthwhile. A very satisfying conclusion to the original Indiana Jones trilogy. (Side note: Raiders is to The Empire Strikes Back as Last Crusade is to The Force Awakens, and it serves a similar purpose.)

Manuel T (au) wrote: It seems like a movie from the 80s in terms of aesthetics ... The problem is that it seems also like an awful movie from the 80s ... Its just unbelievable that people waste time and money doing stuff like this and even more unbelievable that people spend their time and money watching things like this ... Blerghhh !!!