O Casamento dos Trapalhões

O Casamento dos Trapalhões

A misogynist and shabby farmer, brother of other three goofy hillbillies leaves to the big city searching for a wife and wins the heart of a hot tempered woman.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:1988
  • Language:Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:marriage,  

Hillbillies who live in a farm in the backwoods of the State of São Paulo, Brazil, go to the nearest town looking for fun, but they find some serious girlfriends instead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


O Casamento dos Trapalhões torrent reviews

E L (de) wrote: Solidly acted film, not a stand-out.

Bradley W (kr) wrote: The Beast with a Billion Backs is a hilarious and weird movie of Futurama. Many laughs are here and the characters are at their best, and I loved the guest appearance from David Cross.

dominic j (gb) wrote: one of the best pinoy films that you could proud of...too bad it was underrated...best performance from the film..."ERIC QUIZON" he truly deserves all the recognition he reciept for this film..

Josiah C (nl) wrote: The Mary Kate & Ashley moniker comes to a materialistic peak with this cash grabbing attempt at maximizing a brand.

Dave C (us) wrote: Performances are all fine but it didn't really have quite the emotional punch and I wasn't convinced by the supposed perfect summer the boy had. Seemed pretty miserable to me. Things pick up a bit in the second half, but it all seemed a little pointless in the end.

Jennifer A (kr) wrote: [size=2]I'm beginning the rather lengthy task of entering into the database every film I have seen, at least those I have a decent memory of. Some may have the briefest of reviews while many will just have a number. Those films that I consider personal favorites and/or those that have some historical signficance I will add later when I have time for more lengthy reviews. [b]Kiss Me Guido[/b], directed by Tony Vitale, is a comedy about about unlikely roommates. A tough, Italian aspiring actor answers an add for a "GWM" and thinks it means Guy With Money. Okay. [b]Ladybugs[/b], directed by Sidney J. Furie, is a wretched and unfunny comedy starring Rodney Dangerfield as a coach of a girl's soccer team. The [b]Austin Powers[/b] series, directed by Jay Roach and starring Mike Myers, was vastly popular and surprisingly unfunny. It could have worked as a short SNL skit (can't recall if it ever was) but instead gets dragged out into three movies. [b]Happy Gilmore[/b] stars Adam Sandler as an aspiring hockey player who finds out his talents lie as a golfer. It'a a fairly typical vehicle for Sandler's juvenile humor, but I didn't laugh at all. [/size]

Ola G (kr) wrote: Joshua Shapira (Tim Roth), a cold-blooded professional killer, returns to his Brighton Beach boyhood home for a "job." He knows it will be difficult to return to the Russian-immigrant community of his youth--in his eyes, we see anticipation of the inevitable emotional pain and psychic turmoil that seeing his forsaken family and estranged companions will bring him. To do his job, and try to maintain some semblence of sanity, he has had to wall off his humanity from even himself. Seeing his kid brother Reuben (Edward Furlong), who adores him, talking with his dying mother Irina (Vanessa Redgrave), who still loves him, and yes, arguing with his abusive father Arkady (Maximilian Schell), begins to wreak havoc with his personal defenses. As his steely demeanor begins to dissolve, we are shown the soul of a hit-man crumbling away, piece by piece. Finally, all that he now allows himself to admit that he loves is agonizingly torn away from him and he is left with the ultimate punishment for his transgressions..."Little Odessa" was written and directed by James Gray, in his directorial debut. The film earned a Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival and the prestigious Grand Prix of the Belgian Film Critics Association. It also earned admiration from French master Claude Chabrol. The storyline in "Little Odessa" with a dysfunctional family in the centre is not something new, but the approach to use Brighton Beach, known for its high population of Russian-speaking immigrants, as the focal point in the film makes "Little Odessa" stand out. I have wanted to see this film for a long time, but in the end I was still not fully happy. Yes, it was James Grays directorial debut, and you can see that as the editing is not 100% for example. Some scenes makes no sense and theres no good flow in the film in my opinion. Tim Roth, Edward Furlong, Maximilian Schell, Moira Kelly and Vanessa Redgrave are all great, but theres something missing for this bleak, cold and gritty thriller to be something more than a 3 out of 5 in my book. Trivia: Great quote by Tim Roths character Joshua: "We'll wait 10 seconds and see if God saves you" when he is about to make a hit.

Donny N (kr) wrote: Better than Boyz n the hood

Cameren L (fr) wrote: Since Fassbinder is probably one of my favorite directors of all time, and since this is the kind of film title that hits me in the gut as soon as I look at it, I'm obliged to give this a shot on one lonely, cold evening.

Luke B (us) wrote: Lucky Luke is a great character, mostly because he has an awesome name. Woop woop! Despite my bias the comics are fun and funny and usually send up Westerns in amusing ways. This film is rather confusing in its tone. It is still a bit bizarre and cartoonish, with talking horses, people hiding in barrels, and Luke's ability to never miss. But then some of the thematic elements are insanely dark. It starts with the murder of Luke's parents, and at one point he considers suicide after making his first kill, something he swore he would never do. The humour can also be peculiar, such as Luke slapping a woman in the face as it's part of his tradition. That was actually the bigest laugh because it took me completely off guard. The film also has poor pacing, as there isn't one strong plot, but about 5 weak ones. It seems like a TV show edited down into a feature length film, with each segment having a clear beginning and end. Dujardin is great in the role, and gives us a likable cartoon hero that also has depth. The film looks amazing, with sweeping landscapes, brilliant costumes, and some inventive transitions and editing. I didn't laugh as much as I should, but I still enjoyed it, even if just because it had a unique tone.

Guilherme C (ru) wrote: If there is a movie that every brazilian have to see, should be this one. Glauber's geniality is present in each minute of this movie.

Samantha S (gb) wrote: Very very satisfying! I was tremendously looking forward to Tennant's performance alongside Stewart, but they blew me away! Emotive, hilarious, with a solid interpretation, not to be missed ^^

Laura R (gb) wrote: Serial killer obsessed with Baudelaire? Check. Lucille Ball NOT doing "I Love Lucy"? Check. A suave British gentleman who works in a seedy profession? Check. Clearly this flick has everything you need for a perfect noir film, including the incredibly creepy Bela Lugosi. See it!

Roy C (ca) wrote: Danger! Mad Bull. It's cool having Cruella in the sidelines exploring the art world.

Chris B (ru) wrote: not aged well. but I guess it is knocking on a bit.

Kymberlee B (us) wrote: Road To Paloma gives a glimpse into the Native American world and the unfortunate injustice that they still face. Momoa weaves a tale of the price he pays and how his choices impact others around him. The unexpected ending threw me which made the story more resonating. I enjoyed this movie and hope it is not the only work Momoa directs.