"Piñero" tells the story of the explosive life of a Latino icon, the poet-playwright-actor Miguel Piñero, whose urban poetry is recognized as a pre-cursor to rap and hip-hop. After doing ...

"Piñero" tells the story of the explosive life of a Latino icon, the poet-playwright-actor Miguel Piñero, whose urban poetry is recognized as a pre-cursor to rap and hip-hop. After doing ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Piñero torrent reviews

Jacob K (it) wrote: Not really funny. A shame, as I know Kevin James can be funny. I love King of Queens, but this was disappointing.

Stanley K (gb) wrote: A collection of good and attractive Asian actors whom you don't get to see enough of. Don't worry Occidentals, they are American so you'll be able to follow the dialogue. The cast is the better part of the movie. Having worked for Wayne Wang on Joy Luck Club, the director could have followed the same path to reveal the mother's relationship with each of her children separately and show how it went awry. That would have been a more effective use of the ensemble cast.

Kyle J (kr) wrote: It's a good movie. But 8 Mile is pretty much better than this.

Sandra J (mx) wrote: awful! read the book instead!!

Jacek S (gb) wrote: World never saw more hunger of fame, money and glory than it sees today with its dumb MTV, Big Brother or one-movie fancy lookin' celebrities cut to look like 2000 dollar whores, and it brilliantly fits to Asia Argento's amazing directional debut - made by the end of 20th century, ahead of its time description of hell of notoriety and its consequences; hell which one may come out of only if he have strong stomach and even stronger will. And above all: wisdom. While its compelling story - shot entirely on digital camera in documentary-like, kind of visual diary aesthetic - focuses on 20-year old Anna Battista, a naive, unreflective actress and a celebrity at the top of the fame, it's the background that plays key role to her life. First: home, with indifferent father and unloving mother, who eventually dies of an overdose. Then the enviourment of cinema and circle of friends, full of bizarre, violent characters of addicts, sexual deviants and cynical filmmakers. At the top of it, there's this atrractive, world-famous rush: we jump with Anna like a kangaroo from Rome to Paris, from Paris to Milan, from there to London, then Los Angeles, Amsterdam... finding only constant misery and embarrassment. For underneath fast sex, drugs and other ways of self-indulgence lays need to be loved, despair and insecurity which - as we see at one point - results in nervous breakdown. It may not be anything new - after all, everyone took his share of reading about excesses of young, rising movie stars and we all saw "Boogie Nights". (We also recently lost Brad Renfro, which is simply a shame.) But what's striking is Argento's charisma and personality: a enormously strong urge and courage to show us the most bare side of Anna, making it one of the most uncompromising portrait of mistreated woman ever put on screen - lonely, lost, and because of her lifestyle, a bit blunted - as if it was a mud she wants to wash off herself. Argento meant "Scarlet Diva" to be a personal account of struggles with temptations and recklessness, but because of her brutal honesty, she makes us look at it in the bigger picture, provoke us to think about our own insides and feelings, which, after all, are the most important things we have to offer others. And as we can see today, Argento is well-established actress, independent director of two films and a mother, away from flashes and covers. So maybe it's a warning, we should call it?

Tommaso D (br) wrote: American Psycho is a stylish (even though not as compelling) adaptation of Ellis's novel, in which Christian Bale once again proves that creepy characters are surely among his pices de rsistance.

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Ron T B (jp) wrote: I didn't think this movie was too bad. I liked how they picked right up where the first one ended. Quite a bit of blood and gore, but pretty much the same gags as the first one. All and all, I would recommend this one especially if you dug the first one.