Sonhos Roubados

Sonhos Roubados

Jessica, Sabrina and Daiane have dreams, just like all young people of any social class or place in the world. They live in a low-income neighborhood in the periphery of Rio de Janeiro and ...

Jessica, Sabrina and Daiane have dreams, just like all young people of any social class or place in the world. They live in a low-income neighborhood in the periphery of Rio de Janeiro and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sonhos Roubados torrent reviews

Luciano G (ru) wrote: Better than the second movie, but nowhere near as good as the first.....there is some good scenery but the crocodile effects are the worst of the amateurish product ...

Nathan V (fr) wrote: Ths was the funniest horror movie have ever seen.

Ashley K (nl) wrote: i love this move but it's really sad :(

Shaun B (ru) wrote: I kinda dug WWF and other renegade wrestling outfits when I was a kid, no doubt about it....wasn't a true die-hard fan but I do have fond memories of Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, Randy "Macho Man" Savage, Jake "The Snake" Roberts and many other superstars of the 1980s and 90s. This documentary is far more engaging than I thought it would be, but then again it falls far short of what I truly wanted to experience for a "behind-the-scenes" take on big-time "fake" wrestling. The interviews and exposures to violence are what pull you in, but the fact that there are about four different storylines (could be up to eight or more in this HUMONGOUS industry that involves ALL types of human beings trying to make some scratch)...these stories never really gel together because the director is far too much of a fan of this type of "sport" (i.e., entertainment). It's a great time capsule of a bygone era that both typifies the human experience and also shows how wrestling became so big. Too much focus on one wrestler (Terry Funk) of who I never knew at all before this doc was a distraction but fascinating look into a man who refuses to retire from such a violent "sport" despite all his injuries and the fact that he's 53 years old. Jake the Snake has a few interesting moments of a once superstar who now smokes crack and cannot connect with his family. Mankind (aka, Mick Foley) is also featured here prominently as a wrestler willing to have his head bashed in and also to fall from great heights above the ring to the possible and very real detriment to his health/life while also examining his tying together a life with a wife and two young and impressionable kids. Too bad it's a disjointed look, but it's also very engaging for anyone even remotely interested in this topic.

Richard C (ru) wrote: I watched the film with my grandchildren and we all loved it. Very funny Glen Shadix was colossal, such a talented comedy actor. Sam the monkey was exceedingly well trained and had facial expressions to match the scene. A film I could watch over and over.

Erin D (br) wrote: Probably the best movie ever made. Hopefully this film escapes the terrible fate of being remade and the brilliance being taken completely out of it. Kyle MacLachlan is remarkable in this film for simply being in it. Elizabeth Berkley and Gina Gershon have a chemistry that is truly as trashy as it is steamy. Great for a girls night in with a box of wine and a bag of popcorn.

Jessica B (ag) wrote: okay guys this is a straight gangster movie i enjoyed watching when i went thru a "Hip hop" faze n yeah I thoought money came as fast as that back where I was bought up... Ne-ways u make your mind up the check out this brilliant soundtrack of dark beats from the street. mose influential sounds from ol skool atists mc eight n scarface...Check It out...

Mel Z (mx) wrote: Average family film aimed more towards kids.

Mark W (kr) wrote: You know for being an hour and a half you'll be quite surprised that our fronting duo don't actually do anything in the film. You spend the entire time of the film listening to high frequency screeches and travelling to different parts of earth and even to a different solar system. All this so two dim lit scientists from earth can help an ADVANCED civilization save there planet which they don't end up doing anyway... Talk about a wasted journey!

Alex K (jp) wrote: Incredibly lazy and cliche, with silly plot holes.

T E (ag) wrote: Great movie. This shows what Stallone can do in films