Opapatika is a special power that makes one become practically invincible. The power remains alive so long as that person is remains alive. In this film, five Opapatikas, each with their ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Opapatika is a special power that makes one become practically invincible. The power remains alive so long as that person is remains alive. In this film, five Opapatikas, each with their ...
You may also like
Opapatika torrent reviews
Antonio M (es) wrote: sh*t was hilarious lmfao
Arseniy V (ru) wrote: It's quite good at beholding a thing. Along with many of its shades and nuances. The painters I like best however, go further. They try to peal away the layers. See what's underneath. There's not enough of that here for me. Essentially this is a well-nuanced porn soap opera. No more, no less.
Garrett M (gb) wrote: "I am not a violent man, but I did once swing a lead pipe at someone." So says Tyler Magill, a former parking lot attendant, who is interviewed in Meghan Eckman's Parking Lot Movie. Magill's explanation for this action is that his victim refused to pay the 40 cent parking fee. But this isn't just Magill's way of handling these situations, it embodies the attitudes of all his other fellow attendants. Some of which are college students, some are mid-thirties and have been doing it for at least ten years. But they all agree that the job is plenty of fun. They acknowledge the poor reputation of their title, they say they are being paid to do almost nothing, and they exalt the activity as one of the most worth-while things they will ever do. But with their enthusiasm and bitter disgust for the lot's winy customers, comes a dry sense of humor to the whole film. The way the parking lot is defined by the attendants' funny rituals and sarcastic words reminds me of one of my favorite television show, The Office. But while The Office gets its hilarity from constant exaggeration, The Parking Lot, being a documentary, consists of cruel sincerity (with only a hint of exaggeration). Throughout the film, we are shown the duties, habits, pastimes, and philosophies of the employees. By the end, you will feel like you have actually met them, which is something hardly any Hollywood movies have achieved. Its only significant flaw lies in the very beginning, and that is that it fails to intrigue the audience enough to watch the picture all the way through. But none-the-less, there aren't many slow bits once it picks up. After all, it is only an hour and fifteen minutes and ends up being a funny, entertaining film that is well worth the time.
Marilee A (de) wrote: I Might be a Redneck(not really, its from the Show)
Benjamin F (au) wrote: Too silly, too frantic, too weird.
Tim W (ag) wrote: Exceptional crime thriller set in London. With one of the best British actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers
April W (au) wrote: I read the book first, so the movie was a bit disappointing, but over all it wasn't that bad.
Ts Yeung Yvonne P (de) wrote: Carol, I am so sorry. I cannot watch the whole film. I saw the first 30mins, and the constant voice over got into my nerves. It's very boring. Since I didn't watch the whole thing, so I am not going to rate it.
Eduardo G (ca) wrote: la piedra filosofal del buen cine colombiano y una pieza invaluable del mismo.
Deborah C (it) wrote: One of my favorite movies!! It's on AMC this week.
Beth D (ru) wrote: I love the old movies.They were simple and pleasing.Bob Hope is a nut and its a western theme so how can it go wrong.Enjoy!
David H (nl) wrote: This is Ed Wood's best Movie A great Gangster Noir in the Style of the Early 40's with that New Face Scheme (Was it the first One with that Scheme?) B-Noir at High Class
Joel A (au) wrote: The classic comedy about an Irish town that have no whiskey due to the war accidentally come across a shipwrecked boat with 50,000 bottles of whiskey they can't touch cause it's the sabbath.Filled with some great English humour this film is just ingenious in the way of humour.All their struggles not to drink is just hilarious & as the sabbath goes on the more they battle....a true British Gem.
N H (gb) wrote: An interesting science fiction film with an intriguing, if far fetched premise. The movie is sometimes hard to follow and the pace is far too slow at times.