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Paz! is a great movie of Andrea Pazienza (comic book stories), Ivan Cotroneo (story), Renato De Maria (story), Ivan Cotroneo (screenplay), Renato De Maria (screenplay), France. The released year of this movie is 2002. You can check list actors in this movie torrents, such as Flavio Pistilli, Cristiano Callegaro, Matteo Taranto, Fabrizia Sacchi, Claudio Santamaria, Francesco Mastrorilli, Lorenzo Burlando, Bruno Ardilesi, Alessandro Molatore, Max Mazzotta, Barbara Bonanni, Iaia Forte, Raffaella Del Rosario, Lorenza Mazzetti, Roberto Citran. Movie' genres are Comedy. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 6.7 in This is really a good movie torrents. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 102 minutes. DeGea is funny uploader, she is very lovely. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Crazy', so what is your thought. Do you know what are visitors? Maria Ozawa is the best. I don't fight my iPhone screen. Please support us via sharing this movies to your friends . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anthony V (us)

Much imitated, but never equaled. Lots of fun. Great romantic/adventure movie

Christos P (nl)

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Daniel P (it)

It would have been pleasant if their tour bus crashed and they were all instantly killed, now that would be funny. Why would any non-hick want to sit through any of their routines let alone all of them strung in a row. Not one of these dumb rednecks are funny

Issac L (jp)

So, personally I cannot endure the over-dramatic enactment of this biographic film, however the narrative clings closely to the story itself, while the cinematography of the bucolic Assisi is captivating enough to engross me attentively, yet my deepest sympathy is that the epiphany which I expected had never arrived. Francis and his apostles is to meet the eyes only! Alec Guiness did an unanticipated role as the Pope Innocent III in the rear part of the film, where the setting in Rome evokes the similar tableaux in the ever-famous Chinese Monkey King story when he encounter the emperor of all-gods in his palace (the west-east correlation is unbelievably tangible!). The nearly non-Italian cast (excludes Valentina Cortese) is dubbed with Italian in the version I watched yesterday, it inevitably thwarted the fluency of the film, which, as a matter of fact, could be mostly paid no heed to as the performances are ludicrously overblown, particularly Graham Faulkner's Francis, Zeffirelli's personal preference triumphs in this film in every respect, the unrealistic beauty of St. black and white, lavish versus austere. FRANCIS [Francesco, giullare di Dio] (1950), divided rightly by the before/after of Francis' pilgrimage towards Rome, at once with radically opposed visual punches, a perfect set for a double-feature, color Vs. Structurally this is a prequel of Rossellini's THE FLOWER OF ST. Francis' enlightenment and fully equipped with a melancholiac rural beauty of the nature, the ramifications are generally benign, albeit for recreation only. A narcissistic portrayal of St

Jarrett G (it)

Do yourself a favor and turn the subtitles on from the start. Daniel D-L gives a really good performance in this true story that wasn't all that compelling

Joseph W (mx)

'd really recommend to my pals :). . . Good story

Matthew P (de)

You'll probably figure it out even with the ever-changing faces. I did have fun with it, and I think it's worth a watch, even if the murderer and the mystery surrounding him isn't particularly interesting or surprising. It's entertaining, although it's less thrilling than one might hope for. Faces in the Crowd is a decent drama/thriller about a woman having to adjust to face-blindness all while being stalked by her would-be murderer. Everyone else blended into the background -- likely on purpose. Julian McMahon is also good, although I hoped he would be creepier given that he's one of the characters we're supposed to suspect. She's fine here, and gives us a believable character, even if some of the dialogue she's given is cringe-worthy. Generally, she's a pretty good action star and a decent dramatic actor. I've never disliked Milla Jovovich in a lead role. I yawned and realized there hadn't been many thrills in the past hour and a half. After we finally found out who it was, I lost complete interest -- and then the film still had to conclude and either kill him or kill Anna. No, the actual killer probably won't come as a surprise. Yes, most of the characters are there just to be red herrings. And the solution isn't overly complicated either. When you strip away Anna's condition and you get down to the crux of the story, the mystery involving a killer, you get downright silly. The unfortunate thing about Faces in the Crowd is that it's not really all that entertaining, even if it is somewhat educational. It's portrayed as a real disability and a hindrance on one's life, and that's usually an important thing for me. That's the scariest part of the film, and it certainly brought the condition to light. It's a real condition, not just something made up for the film, and seeing how difficult life would be while living with it (even without the added bonus of having a killer on the loose who may or may not be after you) was terrifying. If nothing else, I felt like I understood what people with prosopagnosia feel like. He could always be the guy standing right in front of her. Using the killer sparingly instead of all the time makes him more menacing while allowing us to focus on the characters, but also ensures that we don't forget about him. Eventually, it turns into something of a love story, although you're always wondering who the murderer might be. It spends more time dealing with Anna trying to live her life unable to recognize faces than it does with the murderer possibly stalking her or the police investigation. As a result, Faces in the Crowd plays out more like a drama than a thriller for most of its runtime. Remember something like The Eye, which had the opportunity to shine some light into what someone would go through in recovering from a mid-life disability? Remember how it kind of sidestepped that in favor of some ghosts and jump scares? Faces in the Crowd wants to remedy this, so it spends a lot of time dealing with how someone would have to adapt to this condition. You won't feel that way if you want to understand what Anna is thinking, observing and feeling as we follow her around her post-accident experiences. This does make it interesting and keeps us engaged, but if you're hoping to always know what's going on, you'll be disappointed. It leads to a strange situation wherein we get disoriented because we're never sure if what we're seeing is true. Sometimes we see things from Anna's perspective, meaning we see many different faces for all of the different characters, but other times, we see it from an outsider's. Faces in the Crowd is a very odd viewing experience. It could be Bryce, the detective, or even her father (whom she has arrested at one point). Everyone is a suspect. This leads to a lot of situations where she thinks the killer might be in the room with her -- and he very well might be -- but she can't tell who it is. Detective Kerrest (Julian McMahon) is investigating the case, although Anna proves to be a difficult witness given the fact that she can't remember faces. She's the only one to survive a murder attempt from this man, and she's also the only one to see his face. Meanwhile, the killer is still out there. It seems that she's going to be stuck this way for a while, which will likely put a strain on her relationship with her boyfriend, Bryce (Michael Shanks), as she can't remember his face either. Eventually, she seeks the help of a woman (Marianne Faithfull), who attempts to help her out in this matter. But it would be best if she went after a second opinion anyway. Most of the people unable to recognize faces don't suffer from the affliction for long, he explains, and she should be back to normal soon. What's going on? A doctor explains that she has prosopagnosia, meaning that part of her brain was damaged in the murder attempt. If she closes her eyes while talking to someone, their face morphs. She doesn't recognize her face either. In the bathroom, she looks at a mirror. She didn't recognize them. Friends tower over her, asking her how she's feeling, but instead of answering, she runs to the washroom. After falling victim to an attempted murder, Anna Merchant (Milla Jovovich) wakes up in a hospital room

Mehak Q (gb)

iloveSHAHIDKAPOOR. . . Fantabulous Movie

wedstarfish 8 (ru)

Obviously, the film is stupid, but it's entertaining. Surprisingly, I was entertained and I did laugh quite a lot. When I went into this film, I really expected nothing at all along with terribly written jokes and pop culture references