A Spanish coming of age story focusing on the antics of two 17 year olds, who have a posh beach house almost all to themselves one summer. This is also a summer of sexual awakenings. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nico and Dani
A Spanish coming of age story focusing on the antics of two 17 year olds, who have a posh beach house almost all to themselves one summer. This is also a summer of sexual awakenings.
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James H (es) wrote: This is as bad as it's title. A really stupid American Pie/National Lampoon rip off, just dreadful. I would say it's a waste of talent, but when there's no talent involved...
Scott M (kr) wrote: Good so far. I'm enjoying so far! Little bit of a good movie. NOW THIS IS MY REVEIW OF THIS MOVIE!!!! Got to get this one to keep!!!!!!
Kristy P (ru) wrote: Eh. A few cute parts but overall a waste. I mean, what did we get out of it? Nothing changed for him in the end; so pretty much he just gets a glimpse of a normal life and then returns to the way he was.
Cynthia S (de) wrote: I am such a girl. I really thought that this movie was very romantic. There were some scenes that really choked me up, for example, that romantic scene at the fountain. Oh my gosh. Nice movie!
O S (ru) wrote: Best Kevin Smith movie.
Cynthia B (fr) wrote: best movie ever ..dsps de donnie
Cristbal S (gb) wrote: 'Batman Forever' is the beginning of the end of the Batman 90s franchise, a completely over the top film that is neither an action nor a comedy. Also, tons of awkward laughs from Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones... and bat nipples, should I say more?.
Chase C (nl) wrote: Greatest Movie Ever Made By Human Beings......No Doubt In My Mind.
Steven N (it) wrote: Gripping and engaging. Chow Yun Fat and Tony Leung Ka Fai give good performances. This is what high school felt like for me; life as a prison movie
Jennifer C (de) wrote: There was murder most foul, but it was a production most brilliant. With two power houses behind its production (The Royal Shakespeare Company and the BBC) and two brilliant Shakespearean actors (David Tennant and Patrick Stewart) it is impossible to ruin such a grand tale.David played the part perfectly (and attractively). His madness smacks a bit of the Tenth Doctor at first but the viewer soon separates herself from that and takes the character on his own merits. As to Hamlet's grief and struggle it was so well defined that he could have conveyed the torment just as with half as many lines.The costumes were traditionally contemporary and the use of mirrors and CC TV cuts to enhance the reflections of truth in the midst of all the spying was brilliant.Best production of (Hamlet) I have ever seen.
Erich R (us) wrote: Global warming, conflicting scientific views, a conflicted United Nations and the question of whether the United States should go along with the UN...all this, in 1961...and stars galore...Walter Pidgeon, Peter Lorre, Joan Fontaine, Barbara Eden, Michael Ansara, Robert Sterling...and Frankie Avalon before his beach movies. An interesting mystery as one tries to figure out just who it is that is actually buckling under the pressure - who is the real Ahab here? The twist is that it is largely the accusers, the ones wary of others 'losing it', that dont think to look at themselves.
Nathaniel B (ru) wrote: Excellent. Classic French "crime never pays" movie full of nasty characters and breathtaking scenes. The fifteen minutes of complete silence really is impressive. Even if it does copy Melville's already written Le Cercle Rouge script.