A young musician of 13 years, a member of the Symphonic Orchestra of Agreste of the small town of Sao Caetano, 150 km from Recife, is kidnapped. The police believe the culprit is the creator of the orchestra, conductor Mozart Vieira. With the charge the work done so far with the poor community of the city is in danger of disappearing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sarah H (nl) wrote: I heard a lot of bad reviews for this movie before I got around to seeing it. I don't really know why people were so pissed off at it to be honest. It wasn't horrible, it does seem like the characters don't actually learn a lesson and a lot of stuff comes outta nowhere, but I have seen worse.
Nik M (fr) wrote: Using "Life" and "Death" as the central characters to this cleverly black and white film, City of Life and Death prioritizes actions over words with a very simple, anti-war message displayed through hate and difference. The film is not very hesitant in show just how devastating things can be during a period of war.
Dominique D (de) wrote: Toute la srie tait bien faite. C'est rare, mais ils ont mme russi les spin off. On est trs loins de nos sries d'ados au Qubec...
Charlee R (kr) wrote: I read the book. I watched the movie. They are two entirely different things. One was good. One was bad. Guess which was which.
Brian C (es) wrote: Good...not great story about a cop who is killed, but comes back to life with a parasite in him that slowly takes over. Howarth gives a wonderful performance (as he always does), but that couldnt' save the bad ending.
Sarah F (ca) wrote: i would like to see this
Adam C (br) wrote: Almost as compelling as the first film. It has the same power and intensity as the first one. It just boggles my mind to see these three guys are still in prison.
Ricky M (au) wrote: Pretty dire 90's slasher probably produced to cash in on the Scream success but this is nowhere near as good as Wes Craven's trilogy. The second killer clown flick i've seen recentley, good job I've got no clown phobia, this is set in an opera house being revamped by a group of teens. Just so happens one of the teens is the daughter of the opera singer murdered brutally in the same opera house! Woo... Cue some totally unexplained psychic links, cameo's from Margot Kidder and Christopher Plummer, little gore or suspense and some plot twists that make no sense. Poor. One to avoid. And I like badly acted slasher flicks!
Marci S (it) wrote: Didn't really like it that much
Renee S (ru) wrote: Gotta love these movies no matter how bad they are:)
Adam R (us) wrote: A funny baseball comedy that has remained enjoyable through the years. It's a cool fantasy for kids of all ages. (First viewing - Teen years)
Brian N (br) wrote: Had I seen this when it first came out, I may have loved it, however, I never watched the original BG. I am a huge fan of the new series, and seeing this movie after watching something so amazing, was very hard. I am sure my opinion here is one sided, but I didn't find it great. Adama doesn't feel like someone who wears a cape and I felt the story was weak. Maybe I am just spoiled with the new, amazing series, maybe it was hard to see Starbuck as a dude, whatever the case, it just wasn't for me.
Paul C (it) wrote: A fine ending to Ossorio's "Blind Dead" series. The undead Templars' back story is reduced to a brief prologue, but this IS the 4th in the series. Well done and nicely creepy.
Stuart P (nl) wrote: Beware the dangers of tampering with the genetic code of DNA. You might end up with a Blackenstein. Not that he was ever called Blackenstein. Nor was his creator, as in the case of the classical novel, named Blackenstein. Blackenstein is merely what he is, and the sooner you accept that, the easier it is to watch the movie. And that is a task in itself, given the horrible assembly of acting talent - people who cannot give a line and move at the same time - and a notoriously loud score that is about five minutes off the action of the film. Example: Woman is nonchalantly walking down a hall = roaring, trumpet blaring action music, Blackenstein is pulling out some floozy's intestines = sympathetic strings. Okay, okay. The plot. Well, there's this smart chick, Dr. Winifred, who used to study under Dr. Stein (who won the Nobel Prize by breaking the genetic code of DNA), and now returns to her teacher to practice groundbreaking science in a castle-like mansion situated in the vast spooky wilderness of Los Angeles. Someone has rented a fog machine, and the neighbor's cocker spaniel bays menacingly at the moon to add to the atmosphere. Anyhoo, smart chick has a boyfriend that was in Vietnam until he stepped on a landmine, then they shipped his torso back to the States to be tormented by a chubby white-supremacist orderly down at the local V.A. hospital, located in a run-down factory. Dr Stein's tinkering with genetic DNA codes have made great advances in science: they've made old women look not-quite so old and they've given a German boxer a tiger-striped calf. What's not to say that he can't put Eddie back together again? So, he does. Unfortunately, Dr. Stein's monotone man-servant, Malcomb, has designs for Dr. Winifred, and spikes Eddie's DNA genetic-code spritzer with a lil' mean-n-hairy juice. Soon afterward, Eddie grows mean and hairy and wanders about with the urge to incite painfully long shuffling-walk scenes and relieve people of their intestines. Definitely not a classic. In most cases, it's not even worth watching. I'm sure, by now, just by reading this you've already formed a better film in your head than this poor scrap of a flick that William Levey evidently signed off as a good day's work. Still, it was better than THE DARJEELING LIMITED. . . . I bet this is the most anyone has ever wrote about this movie. That makes me kinda proud.
Kirk B (ag) wrote: A cute movie with sections that shows what happens when artists drop acid.
Silvestre S (gb) wrote: Amazing acting from a great cast,solid plot,script,laughs,and a suprisingly above average entertainment from a good way to earn it laughs and drama and also Rachel McAddams/Lindsey Lohan's performance make Mean Girls entertaining for all audiences.