Prisión sin ley
- Stars:Javier Cámara, Elvira Mínguez, María Botto, Juan Diego Botto, José Manuel Cervino, Raúl Jiménez, Jesús Díaz, Fernando Guillén, Rebeca Fernández, Paloma Montero, Javier Gadea, Ai Kobayashi, Jûrôta Kosugi, Yuki Matsuoka, Asumi Miwa, Akimoto Tsubasa, Manuel Capetillo hijo, Ana Laura Espinosa, Diana Herrera, Felicia Mercado, Guillermo Quintanilla, Amara Villafuerte,
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Cornell W (gb) wrote: I liked it more than the critics.
Dan V (au) wrote: Good retelling of the story with all the major characters. Could have done more with the dragon to stand out as a film.
John Eric D (ag) wrote: Such a huge Soderbergh fan and I knew it from the beginning this is kind of interesting. Its just, its disgusting to watch. But as a movie goer, this one is definitely a nailer. Its based on a true story of Lebarace. Damon and Douglas' chemistry and performance are so top notch. Just watching them do their thing will give you all the smile as they both enjoying their performances. Its gay and its disgustingly well made. Definitely not for everybody. Its just Soderbergh's films are way too awesome.
Private U (jp) wrote: I love Pang ho cheung. Just take a sit, relax and laugh.
Prime P (fr) wrote: A crazy movie about surfing in waters infested with sharks and gators.
Marc B (jp) wrote: Tons of classic Eddie on this dvd.
Tim S (mx) wrote: I thought this movie was really effective. I love it.
Bradley M (br) wrote: This was a good combination of effects and makeup and a creepy idea. The story line wasnt so awesome but overall I liked it
Mike V (au) wrote: There are many hilarious, laugh-out-loud moments in this classic silent movie. The boxing scene, in particular, is a highlight. But there are also beautiful tender and sentimental moments too. I was wondering how this film was going to end, but with a tear in my eye during the final scene I hadn't considered the ending Chaplin presents. Considered to be one of the greatest romantic comedy films of all time. My favourite film of 1931. 1001
Simeon M (mx) wrote: A bizarre critique of religion. Entertains you with the relationship between Kirk, Spock, and Bones; but leaves you empty at the end. The worst, and most atheist of the Star Trek's.
Nicci H (de) wrote: seriously under-appreciated. suuuuuuuper dark & very bloody, moves fast, questions everything & even what you know might be coming is done in such rapid pacing, you are thrown off. nothing was too outrageous, it was a blast! first movie where I actually appreciated Stewart as an actress.
Seth S (ag) wrote: My Dinner with Andre boasts a title that doubles as a complete synopsis of the film. The movie is about two men, both having worked in the theater, who reconnect over dinner. Over the course of their dinner conversation, they discuss life, art, human existence, philosophy, culture, and a host of other topics. Literally, the movie is in real time - a two hour conversation between friends.To be honest, the film doesn't start off well. The first fifty-five minutes consists of Andre Gregory regaling Wallace Shawn (and the audience) with rather preposterous tales of his experiences trying to find meaning in life. It's tedious, not without merit, but still a slog.It is the last hour of the movie that really vaults this into the annals of the true classics. In this second half of the movie, Wallace Shawn finally becomes more vocal, and the film comes alive. I found myself siding with him over Andre more often than not. After all of Andre's wild stories, Wallace takes a step back and talks about the comforts of a normal life. Sure, we may all be asleep, and those who are asleep can't say no - but waking up to a cup of coffee in the morning is infinitely better than rejecting western civilization. The movie never gets too esoteric with its philosophy. In the end, this is still a simple conversation between friends.In the second half of the movie, a lot of disarmingly real observations are offered. I've never seen a movie be so candid with its audience. But the film can afford to be so strait forward, given its structure. And the entire project is helped along ably by Andre Gregory and Wallace Shawn. They provide acting that is as genuine as the everyday life event they are partaking in. It's two friends having a conversation, without natural acting, it is nothing. But both actors give absolutely splendid performances.It is often said that film is a visual medium, but to that I counter with My Dinner with Andre. Take the visuals away, and you still have a top-notch radio play. This is a film that functions outside of almost every convention of narrative filmmaking. And yet, it still provides a resoundingly profound experience that very few conventional films can match."...when we're there at a party, we're all too busy performing. That was one of the reasons that Grotowski gave up the theater. He just felt that people in their lives now were performing so well, that performance in the theater was sort of superfluous, and, in a way, obscene." 8/10