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One Night the Moon torrent reviews
Toni H (ru) wrote: The beginning and thus most of the movie was so terrible that I was rooting for the end that actually came. That saved some of the movie. But being a comedy movie I expected bit more comedy from the film than it delivered.
Millo T (mx) wrote: Between 2.5 and 3. The first part is very good; the second, quite disappointing.
Colm M (gb) wrote: One of the most visually stylish, violent, sensual and beautifully filmed movies I've ever seen. Reminded me of a Tarkovsky movie, but faster paced - which isn't hard. A fantastic movie.
Chris G (gb) wrote: A nerdfest for bike enthusiasts, Rad is the typical come-from-behind story that you'll find in most mediocre sports movies in bicycle form. So forgettable.
Jaff J (fr) wrote: a girl not to be f#*ked with. short but sweet film.
WakeWRC89 (fr) wrote: Brilliant christmas film for all the family. Loved this as a child and love watching it now with the kids. Great in Blu Ray quality.
Bobby W (au) wrote: Definitely not the greatest film ever made, but not very deserving of the hate it received either. In truth, there were parts from the book that were sorely missed in the film adaptation. However, this was a beautifully shot, and beautifully acted so-close-almost-there masterpiece that deserves way more credit for what it was trying to accomplish. I was a fan of the book, and I am ultimately a fan of the film as well. In a world where every film is either a rehash, reboot, or sequel--It's nice to know some folks out there will give it there all to bring art to life. Walter Salles poured his heard and soul into this, and it shows.
jesse k (nl) wrote: It's hard to say whether this movie is good or not because I fell asleep just shortly after Bozo man meets clown face's wife.
Deke P (fr) wrote: A tremendous bore. She dragged me to see it.
Steve M (es) wrote: After gaining an early parole from prison, career criminal Vincent Lubeck (Tierney) goes to work for his brother's gas station. But instead of reforming, he returns to his life of crime in ways even worse than before... starting with the rape of his brother's girlfriend and culminating in an armored car heist. "The Hoodlum" is a fairly decent "crime doesn't pay" movie where the utterly contemptable main character gets exactly what's coming to him by the end. It also features a nicely staged heist bit with a tense get-away sequence. Unfortunately, the fimmakers blow the ending by slathering on an excessive amount of melodrama and by offering up a deus ex machina development to keep the Good Brother from making a life-altering choice. By shying away from the ending they were on track for, the writers passed up a perfect opportunity to make up for the gooey melodrama and to lift this movie to a higher level than run-of-the-mill. The Hoodlum Starring: Lawrence Tierney, Edward Tierney, Marjorie Riordan, Allene Roberts, Lisa Golm, and Stuard Randall Director: Max Nosseck