Sins of My Father
Nicolas Entel's searing documentary tells the story of Pablo Escobar -- Colombian drug kingpin, murderer and family man -- through the eyes of his son Sebastian as well as the sons of two of Escobar's most prominent victims. Sebastian shares stories of living in luxury and on the lam, but more significantly, he attempts to end the cycle of bloody retribution and make peace with two of the men his father so deeply wronged.
This is the incredible story of Pablo Escobar, the infamous boss of Colombia's Medellin drug cartel, told for the very first time by his son, Sebastian and his widow Maria Isabel Santos. In... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sins of My Father torrent reviews
(us) wrote: An above-average haunted house flick with lots of tropes going bump in the night. Well-executed, with a very solid ending. See it if you liked The Others.
(us) wrote: I've seen bits and pieces of this film. But I really want to see it because of Drew Fuller.
(ca) wrote: I'm pretty sure I stumbled upon this movie without having much interest in it, but it turned out to be a film I could watch several times and still be entertained by. There's great chemistry between the main characters, and while the plot is nothing new, it's still really fun. Love this movie!
(fr) wrote: not as good as the first by far
(de) wrote: nothing great.. except for madz chaney ke khet mein!
(kr) wrote: only barely a 3 thanks to Bibleland, which was awesomethe rest sucked
(br) wrote: This is the only movie that has succeeded in making me cry and be sad for a whole day. i gotta c it again
(fr) wrote: In the late 2030s, solar flares irradiate the Earth, killing over 99% of the world's population. The survivors gather in a network of safe cities and build primitive humanoid robots, called Pilgrims, to help rebuild and operate in the harsh environment. These robots have two unalterable protocols: they can not harm any form of life, and they may not modify any robot. Initially seen as mankind's salvation, they are relegated to manual labor when they fail to stop the advance of desertification. Society has regressed due to lack of technology besides the Pilgrims (lack of functional planes or other transport prevents travel and cars are a rare commodity) and humanity is on the brink of collapsing. In 2044, Jacq Vaucan (Antonio Banderas) - an insurance investigator for ROC, the company that manufactures Pilgrims - investigates a report from Wallace (Dylan McDermott), a police officer who shot a robot he claims was modifying itself. Jacq discovers the robot hid a rare nuclear battery that could power a robot indefinitely. The next day, Jacq follows a robot who was stealing parts. When he corners it, it self-immolates. Jacq salvages the remains and speculates to his boss Robert that there may be a "clocksmith", someone who illegally modifies robots, who is overriding the second protocol. Incredulous, Robert rejects this possibility but offers Jacq a transfer out of the city if he can find evidence. Jacq's pregnant wife Rachel (Birgitte Hjort Srensen) initially rejects his plans but she eventually relents. What he discovers while he investigates the case will have profound consequences for the future of humanity..."Automata" is an atmospheric science- fiction thriller similar to "I Robot" and "Blade Runner". It does have pretty ok visual effects showing a atmospheric and decaying world intertwined with an engaging story at first sight. I reckon the film has a touch of old school science fiction and the first hour is pretty decent in my eyes, but the longer into the movie we get the less it becomes intriguing and interesting. It parades with too many sci-fi clichs in the end and the relation between a constant whining Jacq and the Pilgrims is just not engaging nor exciting. And the end is some sort of poor mans western shoot out with a sappy happy closure of the story. Rotten Tomatoes said about the film:"Beautiful to look at but narratively hollow, Autmata short-circuits its handful of intriguing ideas with an overload of sci-fi clichs." Jonathan Holland of The Hollywood Reporter wrote, "The overwrought, uncontrolled sci-fi thriller Automata is a disappointing example of a film that lacks the imagination to follow persuasively through on its engaging initial premise." "Automata" seemed promising, but didnt manage to keep up the inspiration for the final part of the film.
(nl) wrote: Hancock is not an asshole, he's a hero!
(fr) wrote: often good to see something with shirley maclaine acting in it but as usual a film only with clint as an actor and minus his directing prowess always seems a tad lacklustre. however it is credibly entertaining, the shooting locations memorable & the score instantly amusing