Commander Emanuel is a man who dedicates his life to fighting pornography. Going through financial difficulties, he finds himself obliged to rent his house to a college of girls. Over time he will find out that college is actually a house of meetings.
- Stars:Costinha, Fernando José, Meiry Vieira, Rosana Martins, Rita de Cássia, Laura Cherques, Márcia Gastaldi, Lícia Magna, Átila Iório, Amândio, Laís Dias, Cléo Navarro, Francisco Silva, Nilda Vermont, Regina Célia,
- Director:Victor Lima,
- Writer:Victor Lima
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(de) wrote: An incredible doc about Gilliam's incomplete dream project. Anyone who has tried or made a movie can feel his pain.
(mx) wrote: The acting's almost as hilarious as the script, and the quasi-British accents are a lot of fun too. His mother can be kind of a battleaxe, but Christian Bale makes a really handsome and charismatic Messiah. Who wouldn't want to follow this guy?
(gb) wrote: a frosty little gem.
(us) wrote: Hijackers working for the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the "Che Guevara Group-Gaza Brigade" boarded and hijacked an Air France plane in 1976 and this tv-movie recounts the events and response of the Israeli government and the controversy that the rescue stirred. This version shows the difficult deliberations held by the Cabinet of Israel to decide on a top-secret military raid on the Jewish Sabbath by commandos; a difficult and daring operation carried out over 2500 miles from home, and an unwillingness of the Israeli government to give in to terrorist demands. One commando was killed (the breach unit commander Yonatan Netanyahu, brother of future Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu), as were three of the hostages, and 45 soldiers under the dictator of Uganda, Idi Amin. A fourth hostage, Dora Bloch, who had been taken to Mulago Hospital in Kampala, was murdered by the Ugandans on Idi Amin's orders."Raid on Entebbe" is a 1977 TV movie directed by Irvin Kershner. Based on an actual event: Operation Entebbe and the freeing of hostages at Entebbe Airport in Entebbe, Uganda on July 4, 1976. The direction is a bit wobbly in my eyes and so is the acting and general feeling, then again with a tv movie from the 70s I wouldnt expect anything else. We see an ensemble cast with actors such as Peter Finch, Charles Bronson, Yaphet Kotto, Martin Balsam, Horst Buchholz, John Saxon, James Woods etc. But, the one who really stands out is Yaphet Kotto as Idi Amin. Bronson is wooden as always. But, it was nice to see Horst Buchholz, whom I always will remember as Chico in "The Magnificent Seven" (1960). Both Bronson and Buchholz had roles in that classic. "Raid on Entebbe" is interesting from a historic point of view, but as a movie it leaves you with one or two wishes.
(it) wrote: Based on a true story, "Dog Day Afternoon" is widely considered to be one of Al Pacino's best performances of all time, full of twists and turns makes this film very fun to watch.
(de) wrote: Not particularly gripping tale of a 'free spirited' Susan George becoming embroiled in a seedy crime racket, led by a 'defrocked' Judge. Not just *a* Judge, but 'The Judge' - Leo Genn's character who is continually accorded the definite article by sundry friends and enemies - who are largely interchangeable. This melodrama, with an accent on corrupt authority figures, bears some resemblance to Pete Walker's later baroque horrors. But the formula isn't developed as of yet - and he had yet to work with that wag, David McGillivray.
(ru) wrote: Ver esta pelcula con Yamila fue toda una aventura, musicalmente impresionante.
(jp) wrote: A complete, enjoyable, over the top journey.
(mx) wrote: Interesting plot. A quite slow start of the show. Except that the ending is quite disappointing.