• Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:1977
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   robbery,   disguise,  

Jorge and Aarón, two young boys growing up in a quiet town often miss classes to go together to the cinema matinee. One day they are kidnapped by robbers while traveling in a truck. After the disintegration of the band, they begin to participate in the robberies until the adventure turns into something more sinister and dangerous. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Matinée torrent reviews

Jenny Y (gb) wrote: I've no expectation but I've a good laugh.

Niko Z (de) wrote: decent story, but with a short runtime, flat plot and generic acting, BlinkyTM just didn't work in keeping me entertained.

Chandler W (de) wrote: Such a weird movie. But I loved it!!

Russ B (it) wrote: 3/24/2017: A pretty decent movie. A very good cast with some good funny moments.

Zachary Y (ru) wrote: Campbell is the sole reason this movie even gets 2 stars

Callum B (mx) wrote: All right could of been better

K G (de) wrote: A very Dark/Black Comedy Horror film not to be taken 100% Cult Classic. A must watch

Joseph S (us) wrote: What an insane yet great, film.

Greg W (ag) wrote: one of the most bizarre movies i've seen but like a car accident i couldn't stop watching

David K (ag) wrote: Genius... at least first and last part. Could have done without the middle but maybe it is supposed to be a colourful contrast.

James R (ag) wrote: A bit dated, but still a well done movie that is more for adults than children. Watership Down follows the story of a rabbit named Fiver (Richard Briers) who has a vision of his home being destroyed. His brother Hazel (John Hurt) believes him and brings him to their leader. Their leader dismisses Fiver's vision as nonsense and doesn't act on it. That night Fiver and Hazel leave their home along with a few other rabbits including tough guy Bigwig (Michael Graham Cox). The rabbits soon realize the world is a vast place that is dangerous at every step. They face death everywhere and have to band together in order to get the freedom they deserve. The animation is really special in this one. It uses a lot of watercolor like backgrounds with detail for the animals being a lot greater. The animation is a bit dated compared to todays standards, but for the time it was well done. The story has a lot of meaning behind just the story it presents. It brings up the meaning of helping others, fighting tyranny, discovering religion, etc. It's very grownup and I find it hard to imagine a kid would see all the meanings here. Overall, not a bad watch and I recommend checking it out for adults that are a fan of animation.

Ben G (us) wrote: I gave this a 3.5/5 because as much as I loved the jokes in this movie, I loved them a lot better in the musical adaptation, Spamalot. It has almost all the same jokes, but less graphic fatalities and a happy ending, not to mention Tim Curry and Michael York as King Arthur. I give Spamalot a 5/5, so watch it instead of or before The Holy Grail.

Steve J (nl) wrote: Devoid of sentimentalism, terrifying, and heartbreaking. One of Bunuel's great masterpieces, and the film that revitalized his career as an international filmmaker of note. Basically, the story portrays the lives of a group of impoverished boys in contemporary Mexico City. There are no easy answers, no moments of redemption; even everyday reality is subject to spontaneous dissolution. This may be the best film of its kind ever made...and it's only one of a slew of cinematic masterpieces Bunuel directed.

Logan M (it) wrote: Woody Allen makes a stellar musical comedy reminiscent of 1950s classics.

Konstantina K (ru) wrote: Exceptional movie and sad events that show how humanity is lost in this world and the apathy by other countries is frightening. One man saved so many, one man who didn't know he had it in him.

Ching T (de) wrote: Greta Gerwig's quirky adorable brand here was beyond irritating in this film. The infatuation the other characters had for her was lost on me and so was this movie.