Mauá - O Imperador e o Rei

Mauá - O Imperador e o Rei

A movie about a Brazilian entrepreneur who rivalled American's richest man at his time, well-known Rockfeller. Irineu Evangelista de Souza in 1867 had $155.000 contos de reis, meanwhile the...

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Mauá - O Imperador e o Rei torrent reviews

Tim M (au) wrote: As sad as it is enlightening, "Rich Hill" offers viewers a sobering look into small town poverty USA. The three kids featured are all different, but the stories too often melt into one another. You need a lot of empathy to see a documentary like this, and the movie kind of stagnates in the middle, but it's well worth the watch. It's important we never turn a blind eye to what's happening in our own country and this movies attempts to show us a harsh reality.

Trent M (ru) wrote: This is a fun movie that doesn't take itself or the material too seriously. For an adult Saturday afternoon popcorn comedy, you could do a lot worse. I recommend it!

Dana F (es) wrote: Interesting look at exploitation movies shot in the Philippines.

Paul W (es) wrote: A gentle call to arms against bourgeoisie complacency and misogyny - Catherine Deneuve is a marshmallowy delight as the sweet, soft, underestimated trophy wife who finds her bite again due to a workers uprising. Adapted from a 70s play, the story takes place in 1977 whih is problematic - the veil of time abstracts the audience from empathising and allows us an out to write off the attitudes as of a bygone era, even though they readily apply today. The 70s setting does allow some pleasing stylistic flourishes - think Terry and June meets Saturday night Fever.

Gal D (kr) wrote: brilliant movie. made me a car fan forever and even over a decade later watching this movie daily. it's great and is good for anyone

Alec B (ag) wrote: An astoundingly emotional and incredibly well acted movie. An incredibly good period film that mixes history with fiction

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Rob V (jp) wrote: I have nothing more to add

Laimis Z (nl) wrote: far away into the the 1970s (!), a group of spacemen (and women!) find themselves trapped in a space(rocket)ship with a (man-suit-)monster on board that wants to kill them...for a 68min film its quite fun and exciting. boooh! insipration for alien, anyone?


Doug G (ag) wrote: Even the great Rogers and Hammerstein created a clinker here and there, and this is one, to be sure. There are two truly great songs from this show, "If I Loved You" and "You'll Never Walk Alone." "June is Bustin' Out All Over" is catchy. Aside from these pieces the musical fare is pretty thin , including a ridiculous love song to "Mr. Snow" the smelly fisherman, and a world-historically horrendous ditty about a New England clambake. The horror, the horror.The story itself is clearly dated in its extreme sexism, but even that is no excuse for its endorsement of the notion that women not only do but *should* prefer Bad Boys to men "who think they're good." The case in point involves sweet, innocent Julie (Shirley Jones) falling head over heels with self-centered, stupid Billy Bigelow because he apparently just oozes testosterone. She throws her life away for a ne'er-do-well lout who beats her and ends up falling on his own knife and dying--, and yet retains her dreamy sweetness throughout. It actually is asserted that "sometimes someone hits you and it feels like a kiss." I did not make this up! All of this social pathology is supposedly rendered irrelevant by the heartfelt rendition of "You'll Never Walk Alone," with its plethora of inspirational bromides. And Billy, in his one-time return to earth, manages to inspire and redeem, and everyone lives happily ever after. Sorry, I am willing to suspend disbelief to a point, but the way this story whitewashes domestic abuse and suffocating sexism strains credulity to its breaking point. Thumbs down.

Private U (au) wrote: It's a pretty straight-forward (almost rather stripped down) spy flick. Cagney gives a good performance as usual, and certain scenes and plot developmentss are pretty surprising and impressive.

Jimmy K (kr) wrote: one of hitchcock's most underrated efforts..

Heather M (au) wrote: Burt Reynolds - Enough said!