Guto battles to establish himself as a performer, to win recognition for his talent. After countless auditions, he's cast for a sketch on the weekly show that stars Zeca, an old-fashioned, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Guto battles to establish himself as a performer, to win recognition for his talent. After countless auditions, he's cast for a sketch on the weekly show that stars Zeca, an old-fashioned, ...
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Eduardo L (ru) wrote: Aulinha bsica de histria da colonizao ib (C)rica. Muito foda!
Mark C (jp) wrote: More of the same, big oil bleeding deliberately inflating the price of gasoline on us, so they can give their C.E.O.s $400,000,000 retirement packages. We know, we know and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so really why bother making films about it anymore? I think I've watched some version of this miserable documentary at least six times over the last decade.
Michael W (es) wrote: Peter Jackson's extended editions are always superb
Jessica R (gb) wrote: Terrible. Don't waste your time. Obviously low budget,and horrible acting. The amount of factual inaccuracies is astonishing. You would think having Gary Ridgway's confession videos would have given them some insight into what really happened and they wouldn't have to make shit up and speculate.
Gabriel C (us) wrote: A sweet little remake that unlike the original takes more risks and explores more of the possibilities of its oddball storyline.
Sarah F (ca) wrote: This film looks alright , i would like to see it!
chia wei t (it) wrote: i like i one that got the stick in the eye
James T (de) wrote: A charming film about family, friends and first love. Excellent cast, well-paced and creatively edited.
Frances H (ag) wrote: Well done film and more entertaining than it should be, but the attitude of this min-series, that war is such an honorable, invigorating, comrade making, masculine pastime for hail-fellow-well-met guys, and glorious to boot, that four hours of this was just too much, especially when this was an imperialist war started by a newspaper man to boost his circulation for a crime that was really a malfunction of too much gunpowder being stored badly in one of our battleships, and ended with us conveniently getting the Philippines and Guam, plus the little bonus of Puerto Rico. And if we were fighting for the freedom of the Cubans (but remember the Platt Amendment), then why did we not give the Philippine people their independence, even after an armed insurrection? War is hell, not glorious at all, and the grunt soldiers are always screwed as arms dealers and big corporations make big money. And that's real history, not this glorified macho-fest.
khadijah p (nl) wrote: i havent seen dis movie n like 6 years
Justin B (kr) wrote: Paint by numbers child meets animal story. The lackadaisical narration in particular killed it for me.
Thomas P (gb) wrote: Its rare now to see a movie that concentrates so solidly on three female characters. Oh, and not an obligatory male love interest in sight which is also very refreshing. Beautifully shot and featuring three knockout performances, so, in a word, recommended.
Martin G (ag) wrote: Penelope Cruz is absolutely incandescent in "Ma Ma" as she seems to be in most Spanish pictures she appears in with Spanish directors leading her, more so than any American movie she has made. Always a beauty, Cruz, now in her 40s, has added a special look that "Ma Ma" takes advantage of in every frame whether it is looking like an Audrey Hepburn twin with a gamin look or seeing her naked body before and after a mastectomy. Yes there is a screenplay written by Julio Medem, who also directed.The story is what use to be known as a 3 hankie weeper and you might as well bring a tissue or two. She is the mother of a young boy, Teo Planell, who wants to be a soccer star and one day she meets a scout, Luis Tosar, who tells her that her son has talent. A few minutes later he hears by phone that his daughter and wife were in a car accident, that his daughter died and his wife was in a coma.Oh yes let's not forget she has a gynecologist, Asier Etxeandia, treating her for cancer who, by the way, sings. Add to that he and his wife are going to adopt a Russian orphan. By the way her husband, and father of her child, Alex Brendemuhl, is on summer vacation with one of his blond female students. Forget the story and concentrate on Cruz with short hair, long hair, a wig, no hair, pregnant and swimming, her mastectomy scar after the operation or her full breasts before the operation, living in the real and an unreal world, in her garden with a red rose in her hair talking to an unborn child or any other scene she is in holding your eyes no matter what is going on screen."Ma Ma" is a showcase for Penelope Cruz's many sides of beauty plus the ability to make a soap opera screenplay hold an audience's attention for 110 minutes and even get a few tears from them.
Farah R (jp) wrote: Before Sunset is definitely a leap from its predecessor but still a bit boring.
Earl H (ca) wrote: Wesley Snipes just before he got lost in D movie hell
Shantel D (ca) wrote: It was headed in the right direction, then promptly shit the bed. Still better than the last one. Also, I find it really irritating that they keep referring to this as the 5th film.... there are clearly six.