Que pena tu boda

Que pena tu boda

Über-hot Chilean director Nicolás López is back with Fuck My Wedding, an engaging sequel to last year's Fuck My Life. This time, Javier's finally got his life back together. His career is ...

Über-hot Chilean director Nicolás López is back with Fuck My Wedding, an engaging sequel to last year's Fuck My Life. This time, Javier's finally got his life back together. His career is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Leslie R (ca) wrote: me gusto bastante, no es para toda la gente y menos para las que les gustan las historias movidas y mas estilo hollywood. Lenta pero te saca de lo ordinario que vemos todos los dias en cartelera.

Holly T (mx) wrote: Classic Scottish Movie :-)

Matt D (ca) wrote: If you've ever wanted 90 minutes of a crazy man rambling this is the movie for you! I tend to think this should have stayed on the stage where it was originally intended but it is a BOLD movie by Robert Altman and an incredibly tour de force performance from Philip Baker Hall. An interesting look at Nixon for those interested in him as a tragic character.

Daniel A (us) wrote: Glamorous eighties romance with neo-noir tinges, Against All Odds is best remembered today for its famous theme tune, beautiful locations, and the sizzling chemistry between Jeff Bridges and Rachel Ward. Though overwrought by today's standards and a little too long, this remains an entertaining romantic thriller that showed Jeff Bridges to be one of Hollywood's most eligible leading men during his heyday.

Brad W (jp) wrote: Not bad but the subject matter is heavy on exposition, thus slowing the movie down.

Rich L (mx) wrote: quiet and raw which makes it oddly fascinating. a good portrayal of a setting.

John T (mx) wrote: Woody Allen is his typically neurotic Jewish New Yorker who unwittingly becomes immersed in a revolution occurring in a Latin American banana republic. Although some of the humor falls flat in this early Allen comedy, his satire of revolutions and revolutionaries - most notably the opening scene where Howard Cosell, on ABC's Wide World of Sports, acts as an announcer of a Latin-American president's assassination as if it were a boxing match, and then interviews his dictator replacement - is hilarious and perpetually topical. Sylvester Stallone, in one of his first credits, has a non-speaking cameo as a subway mugger.

Les E (ag) wrote: Bette near her best, showing a wonderful range from despair to confident joy. The romance is a little too grand but the story still works well.

Jim T (gb) wrote: One of the best...heartwarming!

Shane J (gb) wrote: Oh dear a awful addition to the series. Its a shame this was phillp rhee's last film as he's a talented guy who should have done better here