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Street Singer torrent reviews
Richard W (ca) wrote: Cracking film for you football fans. Great soundtrack too..
Jeremy I (jp) wrote: This film kicks arse, especially mine. Watching it now. Wrenching but beautiful. So touching and accurately on the mark when it comes to love, mourning, and guilt. How is it that the French are so clever at keeping parallel stories so disconnected and unobvious?
Well A (us) wrote: 'Guilty pleasure' sem culpa, lembro que me diverti demais com esse filme no cinema. Nem o antiptico do Martin Lawrence conseguiu estragar.
Adam R (es) wrote: A silly family movie obviously meant for kids. It's not great, but not as bad as most people are saying. Who doesn't like sea lions? (First and only full viewing - In my mid-twenties)
Private U (fr) wrote: une grosse daube bien parfumee. les doublages de la V.F sont excellents, digne du "grand detournement"
Adam S (kr) wrote: i'm a simpleton and this movie confused me... what didn't confuse me was the first rate nudity.
ScubaSteve Walter M (mx) wrote: In the last film he gets a new cane sword and with this, he finally gets a very engaging story, one of the best so far. Zatoichi helps out a town as always but in this story. there's a twist, he sacrifices his reputation for a belief. Zatoichi becomes an outlaw for a Yakuza boss which he thought was a decent man. But it turns out, he's the real villain. This boss is perhaps one of the most deceitful villains I ever watched. It's fantastic. Plus, Zatoichi has blood special effects now. LOL. The movie cuts down with the action but makes up for it with a quality story.
Antonio T (mx) wrote: Aburrida, con un screenplay repetitivo, aun con la infalible actuacion de Williams, el filme se hace tedioso y una mas del monton, olvidable y generica.
Amy F (it) wrote: Watching this movie was terrifying. What they did to these poor horses through the war was mean and uncalled for. So many horses lost their lives. I am so happy that Joey got back to his owner when they were both hurt and needed one another more then ever.
Ric A (kr) wrote: It lives up to its "playlist" part of the bargain like it should be; but what's surprising are the charm and fluidity of the story that go along with it. Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist is one of those rare films wherein juvenility actually works very well.