In the Dominican Republic, the local Genaro works in a small family store and lives with his mother in a poor neighborhood. He is learning a couple of words in English and dreams on being a sanky-panky: to get married to an American tourist, move to New York with a VISA, and have a better life. He calls his friend Giussepe, who is the manager of a resort in Bávaro, and applies for a job position, expecting to meet a wealthy tourist there.
- Stars:Fausto Mata, Zdenka Kalina, Tony Pascual, Aquiles Correa, Nurin Sanlley, Massimo Burgeti, Alina Vargas, Patricia Banks, Olga Bucarelli, Miguel Lopez,
- Director:José Enrique Pintor, José Enrique Pintor,
- Writer:José Enrique Pintor
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Sanky Panky torrent reviews
(it) wrote: avrei messo come genere HORROR.
(mx) wrote: Terrific Movie!! A way better than the original!! refined and enjoyable! Its reportedly the movie with best word of mouth since 3 Idiots and Dabangg!
(fr) wrote: Fascinating film. Loved it
(jp) wrote: Meh.Obviously amateur and throughly clich. It manages to insert some personality in some parts but overall it lacks everything that couldve made it something more that just mediocre and in a way that the "amateur" feel of the movie is hardly justified or bearable.
(nl) wrote: Muy buena. Drama negro francs.
(es) wrote: Well I've seen worst fight movies. Best French fight movie I have ever seen though. Oh wait, it's the only French fight movie I've ever seen. Isn't that kinda an oxymoron anyway? "French fighting" just doesn't work in the same sentence.
(kr) wrote: Philippe Garrel has an underappreciated artistic style. His use of grayscale underscores the time era and melancholy nature of the film. One common facet of Philippe Garrel??s films is the sheer length, which makes one feel as if she is experiencing the film in real time. Extraordinary performance from Louis Garrel, Philippe??s son, earning Louis a Cesar Award for Best Male Newcomer.
(it) wrote: Always been a big fan of The Poseidon Adventure. So I am greatly interested in seeing the 2 remakes: Poseidon and The (made for tv) Poseidon Adventure. Watched Poseidon today. Stars Kurt Russell and has a few others in it. Takes the plot of the original film: boat hit by big wave, survivors trying to get out through the bottom. That's about it though. None of the characters are the same, no Mr and Mrs Rosen, no Ackers, no Preacher, no Rogo. Richard Dreyfus plays a character reminiscent of Red Buttons. Josh Lukas and Kurt for Ernest and Gene. The new movie delivers on action and intensity that the original didn't strive for, but it lacked the character development that made the original such a memorable film.
(kr) wrote: Charlie and the Charlie Factory is a remake if the original with Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka. I got to say this is one of my favorite Tim Burton movie. Great cinematography, beautiful colors, and wonderfully directed. Great movie all around with a great cast.
(au) wrote: Very Experimental, but I didn't really enjoy it. It was supposed to be a homage to the forefathers of Cinema, but because the segments were so short, they weren't really engaging. A lot of them were very smart though, and some of them were really shitty. What I appreciated, most of all, was how this production brought together 40 of the world's most brilliant directors.
(jp) wrote: It's a shame that more people don't know about this film. I suppose most reviews start out this way, but it's true; once you've seen this unknown treaure you just want to share it with everybody who enjoys good movies. 29th STREET is the more or less true story of Frank Pesce Jr. winner of $6.2 million dollars in the first New York State lottery and of his very New York Italian family--if you've ever lived next door to one you know what I mean; everything is screamed rather than spoken, certain expletives are used liberally, a casual question turns into World War III, and they have a unique attitude toward the mafia. (Our next door neighbors all managed to move to Florida based on their father's career running numbers for the mob. Guess the lottery killed that job.) Anyhow, 29th STREET is advertised as "GOODFELLAS meets IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE", and I can see why they make that claim. It's a feel good kind of movie with no death and no violence inspite of the mafia's presence--the whole thing has a sort of Damon Runyon flavor to it in that respect. But its real story centers around Pesce's family and in particular his relationship with his father. This movie has got it all, it's funny, its touching, and the acting is Oscar worthy with truly stunning performances from Danny Aiello as the father and Australian born Anthony LaPaglia as the son. Try it, you'll like it. (By the way, before you get bent out of shape, I'm half Italian too.)
(nl) wrote: Excellent! Takes history off the page.
(ru) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time. The story and the timing as it unfolds is perfect. I've never been a big fan of old movies, but I watched this with my father once. Just watched again with my girlfriend and she thought it was good too. She pointed out an interesting feature of old movies - that they speak their feelings directly to get the story out, rather than using imagery to communicate.
(gb) wrote: Great Astaire/Rogers film.Made me laugh. great lines came out of it.
(ru) wrote: Good cartoon that plays homage to a true story. Fun for all
(ru) wrote: Answering fundamental questions by scientist for casual viewers. I'll admit I have no knowledge of physics whatsoever and some parts of the documentary are honestly a bit too complex for me, yet the commitment as these men and women pursue their craft will not be lost to anyone. Particle Fever is a documentary about Higgs particle and the long arduous journey to discover, or rather prove its existence. It's made entirely from footage of the actual scientists and impressive shots over the colossal machinery.The production crew knows how to intrigue and inspire audience. It often uses clean colorful visual, nifty graphic as well as the panoramic shots to showcase the size of the Large Hadron Collider. The scientists themselves present monologues to explain the subject to the audience, some clips are even taken from seminar or actual conference. It gives a sense of involvement as they focus with the mainly basic problems anyone can follow.However, it does tend to be overly complex at latter half, which is understandable. Some of the on-screen people have dedicated their lives for this, they are not characters. While the details might not be identifiable for everyone, the scale of massive undertaking and the way it affects those who worked tirelessly for this effort are easily apparent. This is a work to inspire, giving more understanding to the famously hyped god particle. It's visually engaging and effectively entices casual audience to gaze on the science behind it.