Memories of Underdevelopment

Sergio (Sergio Corrieri), through his life following the departure of his wife, parents and friends in the wake of the Bay of Pigs incident. Alone in a brave new world, Sergio observes the ...

. . Alone in a brave new world, Sergio . Sergio (Sergio Corrieri - Soy Cuba), through his life following the departure of his wife, parents and friends in the wake of the Bay of Pigs incident

Memories of Underdevelopment is a funny movie of Edmundo Desnoes (novel), Edmundo Desnoes (screenplay), Tomás Gutiérrez Alea. The released year of this movie is 1968. You can check list actors in this movies torrent, for example Sergio Corrieri, Daisy Granados, Eslinda Núñez, Omar Valdés, René de la Cruz, Yolanda Farr, Ofelia González, Jose Gil Abad, Daniel Jordan, Luis López, Rafael Sosa, Eduardo Casado Revuelta, René Depestre, Edmundo Desnoes, Pello el Afrokán. The kind of movie are Drama. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 7.8 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movie torrents. Share with your friends and watch this movie together

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Users reviews

Alexandra W (kr)

I would have loved to have loved it. Too bad it's kind of a terrible movie. Plus, Dennis Miller is in it. It takes itself way too seriously, the score is ridiculously dramatic, and it has a playing-in-the-snow montage. I could probably make the case that this film is the 90s-est movie ever made

Bill B (br)

ntal?. There are some okay effects here and there, but it never really grabbed me completely, thus the middling score. Pretty average supernatural thriller set around an abandoned village in the Spanish countryside, which was flooded 40 years ago in an effort to contain the evil forces at work within

Harim K (ru)

you can forget heston's NRA schticks for the duration because he is the good guy, the hero, therefore easily likable

Jessica H (jp)

That's all I have to say. Yawn

Jules M (br)

I wanted 2009 version. Sorry I placed review for wrong film

Karsh D (ag)

Fun action adventure with John wayne sent to London to bring home one of Americas most wanted

Meghan T (jp)

But I still love Michael Vartan-- now and always. The writing was terrible, the acting had no choice to follow suit. This film was cliche in all the wrong ways! I can't even count it as romantic. Ouch! I was expecting a romantic comedy! It was painful to watch, there was no charm, no funny quirky aspects of it, and no hilarious incident

Muffin M (nl)

directed by Scott Marshall. also stars Luke Wilson, Penelope Ann Miller, Andy Dick, Rachael Leigh Cook, Jamie Kennedy, Willie Nelson, Larry Miller and Drew Fuller. A young professional woman (Jessica Simpson) unwittingly becomes the pawn of two business executives in their bid to oust the head of a mega-conglomerate

Paul P (br)

=8P. You said it, babe. As ol' Princess Marcuzan says, "This is clearly a failure". This film is a mumbling, stuttering, incoherent, indigestible pile of celluloid that only professional devotees of schlock-theater cud love, so says the MooCow. Adam Steele, the bland, un-appealing scientist who creates Frank & goes off to find him when Frank gets his face turned into a tuna melt. Long-time bit actor James Karen("Poltergeist", "Invaders from Mars") plays Dr. Lou Cutell("Pee Wee's Big Adventure") plays Nadir, the effette, smiling bald dwarf who ogles the stolen babes. Marilyn Hanold("The Brain that Wouldn't Die")plays the ditsy, Cleopatra-like Princess Marcuzan, who wears a hat made of kleenex and cardboard. First-time Director Frank Gaffney never directed again, and the world breathed a sigh of relief. Toss in some rockin' 60's surf moosic, and you've got an almoost passable plate of schlock. In fact, the film is as murky as a septic tank, and sports some of the worst post-production (looping, editing)this cow has ever seen. Much of the film involves the "actors" stumbling about in the bushes at night, so you can't actually see what they do. In fact, stock footage makes up a good 50% of the moovie, and it does constitute an improvement over actually paying attention to the story. The stock footage ranges from Korean War battles to, old NASA footage, to Civilian Air Patrol film strips, all cut up and sprinkled liberally throughout the film, like so much salt and pepper. Various pointless chunks of raw, oozing stock footage are spliced together in a vain attempt to insinuate that this film has some sort of a plot. Frank blows himself up, along with the evil bald aliens, and Cape Kennedy and Puerto Rico and Korea are all saved. Mull, a shaggy, snaggle-tooth monster, is also on hand, and is the titular space monster for "Frankenstein" to fight. They make them lie on a board, drape cheap curtains over them, and pull them away for "electro-purification". Evil and Cleopatra send their evil bald henchmen armed with hair dryers to abduct bikini-clad females for "breeding purposes". Dr. Evil and Cleopatra decide to invade the earth; fortunately, they get stopped by "Frank", the Frankenstein robot-astronaut who is film's hero with 1/2 face, and the annoying tendency to throttle innocent people randomly. :=8PWacky cheapie that is part "Plan 9", part "Mars Needs Women", in which Dr. . . Hoo-Boy, What a Mess

Sandra V (nl)

The use of CGI is kept to a minimum, but is suitably fantastic and Andy Serkis and the actors playing his henchmen also do a lot to make the flat Capricorn and villains on the page come to life. Helen Mirren is also great fun as a much more feisty and not as useless Aunt Eleanor. The novel sort of petered out because the author wanted to write more books, but luckily the film ends on a satisfying high. Dustfinger as played by Paul Bettany is much more appealing and sympathetic than the whiny bastard of the book and the climax is also more spectacular and realised in a coherent structure that makes Meggie truly heroic. The story is much tighter and one event leads logically to the next with all the unnecessary details cut out. A family friendly fantasy adventure that improves on the novel's mundane setting and constant to-ing and fro-ing