From opposing ethnic groups, Ngabo and Sangwa are tested when old-timers warn, "Hutus and Tutsis should not be friends." An intense & inspiring portrait of youth in Rwanda, MUNYURANGABO ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Maxwell S (it) wrote: Something about this movie just didn't make me entertained. It may have been the lack of character development, making me not like any of the characters. Or how the movie wasn't funny and the weird pacing issues that made me bored out of my mind. Illumination has been going downhill for me with its previous movie, Minions, and seems to be heading further down that direction.
Stuart K (fr) wrote: Directed by Pablo Larran (Fuga (2006) and Post Mortem (2010)), this is a Chilean film which manages to be dark, realistic, unsettling and with a streak of black humour throughout. It's good to see something this original and low-key but ultimately affecting come out of Chile, but it feels real and moving as well. Set in Santiago in 1978, around the time Chile was going through diplomatic problems with General Pinochet in Argentina, this has 52 year old loner Ral Peralta (Alfredo Castro) who finds solace in watching Saturday Night Fever (1977), which is playing at the local picture house, and he becomes captivated with John Travolta's performance as Tony Manero, so much so, that he's bought a white suit just like the one in the film, and he's applied to go on a local Chilean TV talent show. Ral lives in the same building as a dance hall ran by Cony (Amparo Noguera), who has a liking for Ral, despite his violent mood swings and quest for perfecting the dancing as it was done in Saturday Night Fever, sometimes Ral's violent tendencies come out in full swing, even leading in some cases to murdering people who have somehow rubbed him up the wrong way. Remember that Jasper Carrott joke about the Nutter On The Bus?? Well, Ral Peralta is the kind of person he's was going on about, it's such an uncomfortable film to watch at times, but it's Castro's engaging, tragic performance which moves the film along, it's done with such honesty and realism, it's a wonder this wasn't a Dogme 95 film, (it's done like one), and it's shows the culture of a country we don't normally see on film.
Rory P (es) wrote: Not fantastic but fun. Watch with a beer and/or friends. You should chuckle sometimes.
Lauuryyc (jp) wrote: obiously! puertorrican actors are one of the best! likee duhh im puertorrican..BORICUA!I think is because we do it because we want like from the heart not for the money ore the fame..well guys come visit Purto Rico I'm sure you"lle love it!aki se come el mejor lechon!jajajaja it means here we eat the best PORK haha!Dios los bendiga (God bless you all!)-Lauryc!
Iitu S (it) wrote: Ouh... Zozo. Brilliant.
Tasha J (jp) wrote: loved it i like the role Preity played
Jeff B (jp) wrote: Not really my thing, but not a bad coming-of-age movie, made all the more impressive by the age of the writer; very powerful ending.
laurie e (jp) wrote: staring jake weber, so i watched. really pretty dumb.
Heather M (de) wrote: I think that I can safely pass on this one.
Richard S (es) wrote: I've seen quite a few of the director's films, some brilliant (Drive), others style over substance (Valhalla Rising) but this is the first time I've seen his debut which is so different from his other films. This reminded me of gritty British gangster movies or perhaps what those kind of movies should be! This was really good, slow building tension throughout and lots of unexpected twists and betrayals. I'm interested to see in what direction the trilogy goes.
Sarah P (us) wrote: Not that great of a movie, especially for John Candy.
Karen P (fr) wrote: Love all Elvis movies!!!!!
Alejandro C (de) wrote: Realmente mala. La premisa de la que parte no tiene sentido. Los efectos son mediocres, as como los actores.