You may also like
Nartaki torrent reviews
Pop M (it) wrote: please et me see now
Matthew C (jp) wrote: A failed attempt at mixing slapstick and drama which comes off as another generic Tyler Perry movie.
Ramn M (br) wrote: era de esperarse semejante basura
Al S (ag) wrote: Alex Garland's book "The Beach" was fantastic but the movie quite average. "The Tesseract" is the follow-up and the movie completely outshines the book; which means that the book is horrible. File this one under "some cool action scenes but overall a silly mess." The Thai kid is fantastic.
Lee (fr) wrote: A weird but enjoyable tale that pokes fun at the inner circles of the rich elite of the Beverly Hills community. The less you know about this one the better but it's a film that's worth a watch at least once. Special mention also to make-up effects artist Screaming Mad George for his creative and grotesque work. Make sure you finish what you're eating well before the end!
Robert D (fr) wrote: The music and the sets carry this truthful tale of how the Black Sox threw the 1919 World Series.
Bridget L (gb) wrote: seen it when i was kid & loved it!!!!!!
Steve J (ag) wrote: Pioneering work of queer cinema, written and directed by Frank Ripploh, who also plays the lead role, a slightly fictionalized version of himself. By day he's a beloved schoolteacher, devoted to his students; by night (and sometimes on lunchbreaks) he trolls the local leather bars, bath houses, and public bathrooms of downtown Berlin (the film makes excellent use of seedy locations), living the life of a sexual thrill-seeker. He eventually finds a man whom he thinks could be the love of his life, but it's hard for him to let go of his habitual promiscuity, even though it endangers his new relationship and eventually starts to affect other aspects of his life, including his job. A simple, character-driven drama made with little money and lots of ingenuity. While it is flawed, it's fascinating, and Ripploh (who died of cancer in 2002) is to be commended for portraying himself so frankly on film at a time when homosexuality was still considered unnatural and even criminal. The sex, when it appears, is quite graphic (some would say, not entirely unreasonably, pornographic), but this is not a 'sex film'; rather, it is a funny, honest, and strangely engaging study of one man's struggle to find a happy medium between the freedom he cherishes and the love he has finally found in another man. Interesting but challenging cinema here, folks!
Wes S (ag) wrote: Can you say Star Wars Rip-off? Well, this film doesn't feel entirely like one, but it has it's nods. Of course, the plot, the characters, the budget, the expectations- all low. Those two robots were extremely annoying. Story doesn't make a lick of sense. Not even the cheap effects work for it. This film has very little to stand by, but at least there was somewhat a entertaining quality.
Grant S (ru) wrote: Sweet little movie.The story of a domestic dog, Lady, who befriends a stray, Tramp. Cue adventures, and not a little romance...Kids will love it. Plot is fairly simple and who doesn't like talking dogs? Entertaining enough for adults too. However, lacks the substance to be a great movie. Doesn't overstay its welcome though and not a bad way to spend 75 or so minutes of your time.Decent animation and good voice casting. Peggy Lee, the singer, provides four of the voices and provides the musical highlight of the movie, The Siamese Cat Song.
Joel R (mx) wrote: Watching the trailer gives me goosebumps. Such a grind house feel. Save the date!
Alex S (de) wrote: See No Evil, Hear No Evil has a creative plotline and one that, if done correctly, can provide a lot of laughs. However, this movie didn't utilize its plot and it resulted in a rarely funny and overly long attempted comedy. I also have no idea why Kevin Spacey was in it.
Brett H (ca) wrote: A mostly feel good movie for everyone.