O Sol - Caminhando Contra o Vento

O Sol - Caminhando Contra o Vento

Documentary telling the story of short-lived newspaper "O Sol", an alternative press item which hit the streets during the repressive years of military dictatorship in Brazil, more ...

Documentary telling the story of short-lived newspaper "O Sol", an alternative press item which hit the streets during the repressive years of military dictatorship in Brazil, more ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


O Sol - Caminhando Contra o Vento torrent reviews

Jennifer T (ca) wrote: I expected more out of "Avenged" because the storyline intrigued me so much. But it is mediocre and unsatisfying.

Perry Y (mx) wrote: Gripping. Tense. Excellent thriller if your looking for a mystery movie!

Anthony T (ag) wrote: A rather enjoyable dark comedy. much worth the price of admission.

Rena T (nl) wrote: A slow paced movie with a lot of dead space...however the pastries are the star of the show.

David B (kr) wrote: has some funnys mainly in the second half of the movie / / id recommend the writers previous screenplay death at a funeral english version its better. re.3-3.5

Private U (de) wrote: A moving film about a relationship with a borderliner. Interesting, but heavy from time to time.

Jarrette P (de) wrote: Hey this movie isnt as bad as other people make it out to be. When I saw the cover I knew that i wouldnt look like a high production movie. I just wanted to see and movie and get a few laughs.There was some funny moments in this movie. THis was probably the funniest movie master p was in. I give this movie decent rating because katt williams carried the movie and made it funny and watchable.

Scott S (fr) wrote: This movies freakin crazy! Very creative actually...and well made... for what appears to be a low budget movie. Not to mention that it features Richard Christy from 'The Howard Stern Show" in a small role.

Alex r (jp) wrote: a really solid movie with great effects. a great low budget film for not expecting anything at all.

Caitlin L (kr) wrote: Good movie. Hugh and Drew work well together on screen. Great pairing. I wish they would do more movies together.

Kevin M W (it) wrote: Writer/director Michael Crichton imagines a future where technology is good enough so that robots resembling humans are indistinguishable from the real McCoy. In Blade Runner such automatons are put to work, doing the most dangerous jobs. Crichton says, nope, we'll invent a Disneyland where we'll pay to kill 'em or sex 'em and I'm inclined to agree with him. So what happens if there's ever some sort of technical glitch? Kind've a thin premise, but the actors sell it.

Eric R (es) wrote: Dr. Charles Forbin and his team of scientist have just debuted their new electronic computer system, Colossus, a super-computer designed to take control of America's missile defense system. Underestimating the computer's ability to learn and adapt, Colossus takes control of the country and ends up communicating with the Russian equivalent, Guardian, in an attempt to take over the world, for what it perceives as, better for man kind. This is a very well done film, and as far as the Machines vs. Mankind genre goes, it's one of the better ones out there. Made on a low budget, the film relies heavily on its ingenuity to create this Supercomputer and the world around it. It's very well done, and I would argue that the lack of budget actually helped the film in a lot of ways. The story is very tight, mostly focusing on Dr. Forbin, the man responsible for the computer, who is now tasked by Colossus to be the representative of the human race. Lots of great tension and paranoia follow as Korbin attempts endlessly to stop Colossus, even while being under constant surveillance. All this is great stuff but what makes this film so effective for me is how socially conscious it all is. Coming out in 1970, the Cold War was in full effect. The film shows how the Russians and Americans in an attempt to defend themselves from each other (in the fact that they both build these super computers) end up, in essence, destroying the world for all mankind. It's a case for humanities need to unite as one; hell, even the president in the film has a striking resemblance to JFK.

David W (kr) wrote: Cheh Chang, Shaw Brothers Studio's best known and most prolific film director, with such films as the Five Deadly Venoms and One-Armed Swordsman. Chang was a pioneer of what is known by some as "heroic bloodshed"; films that emphasize brotherhood, loyalty and honor. In Have Sword Will Travel he tries to create a love triangle between Siang (Ti Lung), his fellow master fighter and fiance (Li Ching) and David Chiang's character. The bloody climatic battle in an a tower is not to be missed!

Naadhira A (es) wrote: Love dis joint right here

Steve R (us) wrote: Excellent chrimbo WWII movie.

Ruby H (es) wrote: What a weird ass film this is. Great fun though, much more than you'd think an early 80s Australian creature film could possibly be.There's your usual awful acting and terrible special effects, especially Razorback himself, but compensation comes in the unlikely form of some beautiful photography and excellent editing. The director, apparently, used to shoot music videos. There's also a few laughs, some light tension, some super-annoying characters accompanied by shameless stereotyping, some bizarre sequences and of course, impossible situations left and right. But mix them all together and you get one hell of an oddity. The film flopped at the box office but it's now considered cult and very decent vhs and dvd sales have kept it alive.