Natale a Miami

Natale a Miami

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A 15-year-old daughter of a friend improbably falls for Christian De Sica's middle-aged traveler. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lee C (kr) wrote: An intimate look at the personal side of Tupac without any added influence at the time of being incarcerated. He gets his point across one on one and tries to clear the air of the negativity that surrounds his personal life. Tupac fans will appreciate his opinions and outlook on his point of view and what he hopes to accomplish in his future. True fans need apply. Decent documentary.

Jamison R (gb) wrote: Nice little documentary about a strange little museum up in Iceland, looking for an elusive piece to complete it's collection

Chris D (ru) wrote: It's just a dumb doll-murderer movie that's not really scary and has terrible acting.

Ken D (de) wrote: I liked this indie movie. The story was fresh, the dialog realistic and the actors did their parts well - A good drama with some comedic elements.

Mathieu P (de) wrote: What the fuck did I just watch and why?!? And how the hell does this have an overall rating of 3.5 on here!?!? This is a very crappy, poorly acted, very very poorly written excuse for a movie. Looks like a bunch of friends that bought a camera and tried to make a movie. It's unfunny, absolutely terrible, and very hard to watch until the end.

Danny C (nl) wrote: seven swords is a brilliant film the bad thing is its subtitled which is not kl

Matt K (br) wrote: Poo ... but according to director Nora Ephron it's "Shakespearian"

Mary Kathryn S (fr) wrote: Superb acting by all, but especially Billy Bob Thornton.

Gimly M (es) wrote: While the sequences that Mission: Impossible is most famous for (the ceiling-descent and train-top) are truly thrilling, absolutely everything in between these scenes is obvious and uninspired. Rarely can a movie have you so completely engaged one minute, and then immediately back to checking the time the next. An important film, pop-culturally speaking, but not a very good one.

John D (de) wrote: Portrait of an amiable uncommitted bachelor with too many former or potential girlfriends chasing him. in this milieu, his prominent traits of pickiness and fickleness, reach their zenith at the movies' end, in his self-serving action of rejecting and leaving his fianc at the absolutely awful final moment, in order to free himself to embrace another - with whom he is suddenly absolutely smitten. Lots of sexual themes and jokes, as is rather typical in modern rom-coms. Overall, quite entertaining, well written, with smart dialogues, likeable characters, and with no flaw to the acting.

Brinn O (it) wrote: A solid creature feature. The direction is a little weak, and the plot is pretty unever and formulaic, but, the sureal atmosphere and the titular creature.. really makes it worth wild. Especially the last twenty minutes, where you get to see some monster action. The effects are actually quite great.

David F (de) wrote: Despite a likable performance by Matthew Broderick, this slight film based on Neil Simon's reminiscences of Army basic training during the waning days of WWII is nothing more than a parade of stereotypes and broad characterizations, none of them particularly memorable and only modestly interesting. The film only seems to come to life when Christopher Walken, as a somewhat half-crazed and intense drill sergeant, verbally squares off with Broderick's Eugene Jerome, a role based on Simon himself.

Andy P (ca) wrote: Love and Death has Allen's screwball silliness, trademark witticisms and the brilliant Diane Keaton in top form, making for a successful satire of all things Russian with very funny mock-serious philosophy, snappy one-liners and wonderful homage to everything from the Marx brothers to Tolstoy.

Mike W (gb) wrote: Fun Christmas movie.

Russ B (es) wrote: 12/10/2016: A pretty good buddy cop movie. Some good action and comedy throughout.

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