In this biographical drama, Selena Quintanilla is born into a musical Mexican-American family in Texas. Her father, Abraham, realizes that his young daughter is talented and begins performing with her at small venues. She finds success and falls for her guitarist, Chris Perez, who draws the ire of her father. Seeking mainstream stardom, Selena begins recording an English-language album which, tragically, she would never complete.

The true story of Selena Quintanilla-Perez, a Texas-born Tejano singer and the progress of her career resulting in her No. 1 US album. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Selena torrent reviews

Federico F (de) wrote: True cinematic flops. Banal imitation of the first with perfectly identical connections without an iota of change. I would give a skull on this film

Amy S (de) wrote: The concept was interesting but the execution was poor and boring! I honestly didn't make it though the entire moving.

Seth E (au) wrote: Very low budget (which isn't necessarily bad) but the scenes did not hold my interest at all. Also, nothing new here and a lot of it seemed contrived.

Colton M (br) wrote: I will leave other reviewers to go over the plot holes, shallow characters, bad costumes, jerky and unexpressive soundtrack, extremely implausible characters, and hokey science. The acting was terrible. I don't know the context of this movie or who made it, but the acting quality of the main characters in this movie is well below what you would expect of even a side character in a low budget Netflix show. I don't know if it is the writers playing the characters themselves, close friends, or just the cheapest actors on craigs list; but it was just very shitty acting, I wish I could be more descriptive of how awful I thought it was. If I want a good sci-fi story I read a book or a short story; if I want to see a story brought to life, I see a movie. Whatever the merits of the plot, the reason this movie has been forgotten is because of the acting, costumes, soundtrack, and the vapidity of its contribution to speculative fiction in general;.

Vaneet A (fr) wrote: This is what a bucket load of crap looks like...completely nonsensical, non-funny

Terra (de) wrote: Someone made a movie about my family. Everyone's there, including the four sponsors.

Dano S (de) wrote: I watched this for Peter O'Toole and was pleasantly surprised with the rest of the cast. I thought this was a lovely film!

Leonard D (us) wrote: This was kinda scary, but nothing to brag home about!

Glenn M (fr) wrote: Obvious child is a nice film with charming performances, especially from Jenny Slate and Jake Lacy. It is a short film being less than 90 minutes and that is a positive aspect because it does become pedestrian at points. The comedy on display from Jenny Slate is painfully honest and ironic. I feel at times this worked and at times it just doesn't sadly. If anything this film is held aloft by its fine performances and honesty making it worth a watch in my books.

Kiseon P (au) wrote: Smart writing, great performances, and perfect pacing, Source Code is a film that is way better then it has any right to be, and that credit goes to the director, Duncan Jones.

Matthew L (fr) wrote: Garfield is atrocious to every manner of the bone and insults the audiences' intelligence with lame slapstick and God-awful CGI.