Por qué pecamos a los cuarenta

Por qué pecamos a los cuarenta

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  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:1969
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:question in title,  

Alejandro Quesada (Fernando Fernan Gomez), an eminent doctor successful with women, drives his old friends Federico (Juanjo Menéndez) and Enrique (José Luis López Vázquez) to change their attitude towards life. The death of a common friend, Luis (Jesus Puente), reaffirmed in the attempt to enjoy their existence and seek the association of younger women than their wives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Por qué pecamos a los cuarenta torrent reviews

Peter C (es) wrote: Pra assistir com o corao na boca!

Jessica L (br) wrote: Absolutely terrible. Even the cast can't save it. The whole movie is very slow, to the point of boring. The subject matter is great but the plot is very bland.

Kareem A (ag) wrote: A funny and original comedy with all actors and actresses playing themselves in a post-apocalyptic world that takes place (for the most part) in James Franco's house. They manage to pull of their portrayals, and make it work will for the duration of the movie. I found this movie to be near flawless with almost all set pieces and near every joke to be funny. The movie could have went into more detail and layout of the apocalyptic world. (8/10)

Jon W (br) wrote: Good but not great and one of those where you start thinking of ways it would have gone better or why it wouldn't happen 'like that'... I'll watch anything, it just needs a few saving graces or even one really great moment to make it worth watching, this has several but is still flawed nonetheless, I like Jessica Hines so I'm biased

Joey G (nl) wrote: It is a very beautiful Laika Stop-Motion film that presents itself in such a memorable Animated pace, the Characters are fun-loving like the BoxTrolls themselves, and the story is weak to be due, but the Animation is Really well done Creative, close to a fairy tale, not close to a horror, that's what it is, and that's exactly what makes this film Laikas best film so far.

Justin S (it) wrote: I want to be a hacker now.

Sam M (nl) wrote: Kind of expected it to be more thrilling and or bleak, but it's a very good film especially for Matt Dillon. Good for him.

Cherie M (jp) wrote: Regardless of the back story, I thought this was a rather good movie. Very sad and very true. Real life doesn't follow a plot line. Love isn't black and white. Besides, it's Meryl Streep. She could do a monologue for 4 hours and I would love it!

Michael L (nl) wrote: Phwor! It's the sixties! And the best arse in swinging London comes down for the holidays and makes all of Italy fall in love with him. Fresh from casting his spell over the very saucy one in Modesty Blaise, Terence Stamp gets man, woman and child(?) beyond infatuated as an angel sent from... err.. Angel? When he goes, so does hope as mankind resorts to shagging, painting things blue and levitating after nettle soup in order to fill his mansized void. Phwor!

Donegal H (gb) wrote: A beautiful film with a strong message: no more war.

John R (kr) wrote: 111228: Dropped it half a star. A little slow moving? Too many swords and not enough single actions. Damn, I shouldn't write reviews until the movie is completely over. The ending is exciting. Exciting enough for me to give that half a star back. Good film.