Meo Patacca

Meo Patacca

Adapted from the mock-heroic poem in Roman dialect, tells the misadventures of the young trasteverino Bartolomeo Patacca that, because of the ambition of his woman, is having to train a group of beggars to go fight in defense of Christianity in Vienna, besieged by the Turks.

Meo Petacca, giovane di Trastevere, è dedito alle bravate e si accaparra le simpatie del popolino. Fa breccia nella fantasia popolare con una serie di imprese di poco conto. Un bel giorno ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mark L (jp) wrote: This movie sucked. If it wasn't an exercise, people would have died because of that weak idiot.

Marilyn C (kr) wrote: Watched this on demand last night and enjoyed it! Some reviewers seem to think it wasn't "indie" enough or whatever, but I thought they did very well with what they had (though if you're not a fan of the hand-held camera, you might disagree). There are a few gray areas, but overall the film has great ambiance, a fantastic soundtrack and is quite disturbing in some parts. I recommend it for any fans of horror.

Evan K (au) wrote: I was worried how the last two books could be translated to film, and unfortunately I was right in how drab they would be.

Hannah W (es) wrote: Meh. Watch The Jinx instead!

Alexander C (it) wrote: Could be worth a look interesting story there.

Saurabh L (mx) wrote: tomorrow.....just cant fucking wait to see my first tamil movie in theater, that too of Bala with Anurag Kasyap production house. #PVR

Mike D (ca) wrote: one of the actors has the same name as me. lol

Ralph R (us) wrote: This film is an attack on the senses.

Weng S (it) wrote: Classic, Unique.Creative and innovative way of unfolding an undying love story. Will leave you feeling disturbed. Starring 2 super HK stars of their time, sadly, both artists have died, one of cancer, the other suicide.It's a shame people no longer made such unique movies.

Larry Y (ru) wrote: soundtrack by Wednesday Week

Jason O (us) wrote: AMC was having an all-day marathon today of old horror classics. Among the ones I watched was "Tarantula," "The Deadly Mantis," "Frogs," and "Tentacles." Without a doubt, "Tentacles" was the worst one of the bunch, and it was the only one that I watched that day that I didn't like. "Tentacles" is about an octopus that scares people in a seaside community. It's pretty much a ripoff of "Jaws," and a TERRIBLE one at that! Even though it has a cast that consists of two or three credible people such as John Huston, none of the cast did that great of an acting job in this film. Also, since this movie was made in 1977, you would expect it to have pretty good special effects, but again, it's a disappointment. As for the movie itself, about the only redeeming quality I noticed the entire movie was the musical score, which wasn't bad. You don't get to see a whole lot of the enemy, the octopus, in "Tentacles," but when you do, it's always underwhelming. The octopus looks like an octopus, but the movie just isn't scary, exciting, or suspenseful at all. If you're a fan of horror movies, I recommend skipping "Tentacles." NOTE: That was my Amazon review from the year 2002.

Maria M (kr) wrote: To protect Humanity, some humans must be sacrificed. That undeniable AI logic is very timely with what's going on recently where I love.

Walter M (kr) wrote: In "The Kings of Summer," Joe(Nick Robinson) feels virtually trapped in the house with his widowed father(Nick Offerman), with only brief reprieves from visits by his older sister Heather(Alison Brie). Joe's friend Patrick(Gabriel Basso) is little help. It's not so much his foot injury but his parents'(Megan Mullaly and Marc Evan Jackson) overreaction to such. But Joe does have an idea to free both of them which involves the local forest, with a little help from the mysterious Biaggio(Moises Arias)."The Kings of Summer" is an evocative coming of age movie that makes a convincing argument for teenagers needing their freedom. At the same time, there is a good cast on hand, especially the adults(I think I might be finally warming up to Nick Offerman) who do not overshadow any of the youngsters. It is also so well photographed that the slow motion interludes are not annoying. But as satisfying as the movie is emotionally, it does not quite work as well on a physical level.

Reece S (gb) wrote: If you're not squeamish you'll see through this more tasteless use of gore and see it for what it is, a last ditch attempt to raise the stakes in what turns out to be an awkward and sometimes laughable finale.