Thiago grows from 11 to 19 years old in the period when Brazil is going through a political and economical adolescence. When his father loses his job, forcing him to study in a public ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Thiago grows from 11 to 19 years old in the period when Brazil is going through a political and economical adolescence. When his father loses his job, forcing him to study in a public ...
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Michael T (gb) wrote: Highly acclaimed film is beautifully photographed; almost every shot resembles a painting.
Sean L (it) wrote: Easily the fifth or sixth time Friday the 13th has jumped the shark, this time pulling a double corkscrew backflip along the way. Following in the hallowed footsteps of Leprechaun 4, Hellraiser: Bloodline and Critters 4, this installment finds Jason cryogenically frozen for four hundred years and defrosted aboard a lightly-staffed spacecraft. No explanation is offered for his abrupt return from the depths of the nether, where he was unceremoniously dumped at the end of Jason Goes to Hell, though I'm not sure that really would've made a difference. This is a willfully stupid playground for half-baked science fiction ideas, terrible wardrobe choices and budget special effects; a cut-rate production that would feel right at home on the Sci-Fi Channel at 3am. Predictable to the end, it touches all the bases with gratuitous nudity, shallow characters, mysterious returns from certain doom and a truckload of dismemberments / decapitations / deaths. The only thing we're missing is the trademarked screeching cat fake-out, presumably because no self-respecting animal would be seen in such a production. Apart from one fleeting moment of self-deprecating parody near the end - which is totally out of place, but admittedly had me howling - there's no reason for this to exist. It's the kind of thing that would've thrived on the bootleg circuit, akin to Roger Corman's unreleased Fantastic Four, but by actually sending it to theaters, New Line took the wind out of those sails. The best thing I can say here is, hey, at least it's better than the last one.
Jon P (au) wrote: On the surface, Mac and Me is a completely inept, inert ET rip-off with catastrophic product placement and a genuinely offensive premise. Underneath, uhm, yeah, it's exactly that, but that's not to say that unintentional hilarity doesn't lurk around every corner. Or down every cliff. Or in every McDonald's corporation restaurant.With scenes ranging from a Marty McFly-esque wheelchair getaway and an elaborate dance sequence starring Ronald McDonald himself, right up to (spoiler alert! Like you care anyway...) mute man-in-spandex aliens pledging allegiance to the flag to become US citizens, Mac and Me is all kinds of wrong and all kinds of ridiculous. However, that's precisely why it's a must-see for anyone with a hunger for fast food and bad taste. Brace yourselves.
Sean C (gb) wrote: So bad it is not funny. This can ONLY be enjoyed with Tom, Crow, and Mike.
Andrew M (it) wrote: An interesting cast, and a setting that recalls the best of Monty Python, but sadly, a cheap-looking, laugh-free affair. A bizarre concoction.
James H (ru) wrote: Exceptionally poingnant, extremely well written. Shirley Mac Laine and Robert Mitchum are well cast and make a surprisingly good team. Most of the film focuses solely on them, not much of a supporting cast. Always held my interest, very well developed characters. A wonderful film.
Justin R (de) wrote: The brawler with the orangutan is back in this fun fist throwing sequel to "Every Which Way But Loose". Philo Beddoe is in for the fight of his life as he takes on a deadly challenger. Featuring appearances by music legends Fats Domino and Glen Campbell. "right turn Clyde!"
Hugh E (gb) wrote: I liked it, put your mind to and anything's possible.
Timothy J (nl) wrote: A pretty good movie. With Tina Fey, I expected it to be more of a comedy. However this was a bit grittier with something to say.