O Homem que Virou Suco

O Homem que Virou Suco

São Paulo police mistakenly thinks a folk poet and singer is the same man who had stabbed his boss.

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Debra R (kr) wrote: This movie will give you a glimpse into how the Universe works. The force of Love IS the fabric of all life.

Ahmed A (mx) wrote: It is actually a good film, I hope fans of Ace Combat game may like it. Despite low budget I think the film is good and worth the time to watch. Acting was also decent compared to most low budget movies. But the female lead acting/dub were quite poor at certain times.. This film is also better than the high budget "Stealth".

Mimi S (fr) wrote: Then She Found Me suffers from a poor and messy story line but the performances from it's leads are strong. Directed by and starring Helen Hunt, the film is about a 39 year old woman, April (Helen Hunt) who is desperate for a baby. Her life is further thrown in turmoil when her husband (Matthew Broderick) leaves her and her adoptive mother dies. April receives further shock when she is contacted by her birth mother, Bernice (Bette Midler). The story line is a bit chaotic with too much focus on different things and towards the end the whole story got a bit frustrating and stupid. I think that this is primarily a film which relates more to middle aged women as it's all about marriage break up and wanting to have children. As a 22-year-old girl I felt that I couldn't really relate to it on a personal level. However this is still an enjoyable and pleasant watch and the good cast more than make up for it. Bette Middler is absolutely fabulous and electric as April's extroverted and self-centred birth mother. Bette Middler really makes it worth the watch. I think the film would have been better if it had just focused on relationship between birth mother and daughter instead of a messy love triangle between Helen Hunt, Matthew Broderick and Colin Firth. Another fault is that the film doesn't focus on April's grief of her adoptive mother and we're just catapulted into a new mother/daughter relationship without exploring the past one much. Despite the ludicrous love triangle, Colin Firth and Helen Hunt have good chemistry. Colin Firth is likeable, humorous and sympathetic as the divorcee dad who falls for April. On the whole this was a pleasant film and a decent watch, but the story is a bit all over the place. Grade: B-

Jessica G (nl) wrote: Okay, mostly weird and kinda slow.

Eoin H (gb) wrote: Quality viewing. It depicates how a Basque national was able to inflitrate ETA during the early 70s. Politics and corruption are never far away in this story which has parallels with the conflict in Northern Ireland

Matheus C (gb) wrote: So beautiful in it's ugliness. And Chloe Sevigny in slow motion is ALWAYS a plus.

Marc P (au) wrote: excellent movie. I can't believe I saw this movie 17 years late

Steve B (gb) wrote: A sequel with just about all the right ingredients again, not overdone, cleverly stretched out and just as moving and entertaining as the first installment. Thankfully they didn't go a third outing as there are no more ideas to use that brings them all together again under such warm-hearted circumstances. A big family holiday may have been an idea but from here on in they just become money spinners and desperate cheese! After getting over the Wedding up's and down's of his Daughter Annie, Steve Martin reprises the role as George and now years on has to deal with another family announcement that surely fits the sequel - a pregnancy! At first, as with the Wedding George tells and shows us the negative side of his thoughts and we watch his stress unfold again dealing with the reality of becoming a Grandpa and getting older! Once again the movie does this in a comical, tasteful and moving way. Great perfomances and script as with the first and a story that really tugs on the heartstrings. Martin Short is also back as he was a key character in the first movie but this time his services extend to 'baby showers' and strongly bonding with George in order to help him out through the, erm - crisis! The twist if one to this story is that two babies are born and not both are Annie's.

Rodgers M (ag) wrote: the movie z so cool1 it taught me many ways on how to escape

Susanna M (fr) wrote: Quite overly dramatic. One damn BIG disappointment during much of the film. Only have four stars because it mirrors real life and I loved the ending.

Toni G (br) wrote: awesome movie they should do this to all slumlords.