Pele Forever

Pele Forever

Documentary about Brazilian soccer genius, Edson Arantes do Nascimento, aka Pelé.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:125 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Portuguese,German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:soccer,  

Documentary about Brazilian soccer genius, Edson Arantes do Nascimento, aka Pelé. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pele Forever torrent reviews

Kelly P (fr) wrote: Not your average war movie. This films tackles the subject in a radically different way. One that will leave you thinking at the end of the movie. Nicely done.

Kevin T (gb) wrote: horrible, horrible writing.

Torrance H (ca) wrote: An hour and 14 minutes of tired gay jokes. Good for a few cheap laughs, but not for much beyond that.

Evan M (fr) wrote: A great, underrated gem in Woody's filmography. A film that feels like a "who dunnit?" but we know who the culprit is all along. One of Woody's best (minus Scarlett's inferior acting & poor improv)

Steve S (ru) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

Joshua L (mx) wrote: fucking haunted movie with a great performance from billy

daren y (gb) wrote: one good movie with Sean Penn

Stephen E (ca) wrote: "Hammett" is a total mess, but its flaws can be forgiven if you take into account what it went through during production. A majority of the film's problems obviously occurred during the post-production phase. There are several awkward cuts and continuity issues, and a handful of scenes appear to have been cut from the film entirely. Nevertheless, there is a lot to like about "Hammett." Frederic Forrest gives a solid performance, evoking memories of other hard-nosed detectives played by great actors like Jack Nicholson and Humphrey Bogart. As well, the supporting cast is quite good, although there are a couple of stiff line readings. The story becomes easier to follow as the film progresses and the set design is inventive, and in the end, I liked "Hammett."

Calib M (jp) wrote: 1978's Days of Heaven was Terrence Malick's second feature, and last featue before he took an abrupt 20 year leave to teach Philosophy in France, and then came back smashing with The Thin Red Line.However. Days of Heaven is a great film, right after he made Badlands which was also impeccable, the performances are great, Richard Gere as an up and coming star shines as the hot-tempered lover, and Brooke Adams is impeccable as the lover of both Bill and ''The Farmer''. The script is intelligent, but might be predictable, as i thought aswell, but it isnt, it keeps you guessing as of how the movie is going to flow, and how it is going to end.Terrence malick's beautiful masterpiece has to be a must watch for true cinema lovers. Another malick masterpiece into his reduced filmography. Considered at that time an instant classic and a rare and beautiful film, still now absorbs that tittle with its infinite imagery and vision. Probably richard gere's best film alongside Primal Fear, Hachi, and the infoumasly loved Pretty Woman.Days of Heaven is an achingly tragic love story, filmed in a strange yet appealing quasi-documentary style. A beautiful masterpiece composed of breathtaking cinematography, subtle acting, smart writing, and ingenious direction. Malick is known and revered for his cinematography, and elements of nature within his movies, but this is where it all began. His second movie, Days of Heaven is a visual feast. Stunning landscapes, minute images of nature and incredible use of light. Even 35 years later it cannot be faulted, cinematographically. You could hang almost any shot of this movie on a wall and call it art.