The 7th Day
Isabel Jimenez is a teenager witnessing a horrible feud between her own family and the Fuentes family, a fued involving broken hearts, property disputes and a mysterious fire that destroyed the Fuentes house. Isabel's uncle is murdered by Jeronimo Fuentes, who later tries to stab her father. After Jeronimo dies in jail, Isabel must look outside of her family for the truth, learning from the village idiot that her father may have set fire to the Fuentes home.
- Stars:José Garcia, Eulàlia Ramon, Yohana Cobo, Irene Escolar, Alejandra Lozano, Victoria Abril, Ana Wagener, Juan Diego, José Luis Gómez, Ramon Fontserè, Juan Sanz, Lilla Annechino, Oriol Vila, Carlos Hipólito, Carlos Kaniowsky,
- Director:Carlos Saura,
- Writer:Ray Loriga
In an isolated village in Extremadura (Spain), the Jiménez and Fuentes families have a violent history of land disputes, jealousy, envy, and violence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The 7th Day torrent reviews
(es) wrote: This film is actually summed up pretty well in one of it's scenes. Robert De Niro's character squares up to Ben Stiller's character and states 'I'm watching you' to which Ben Stiller's character replies 'Still'? It's another lazy cash in, fock off already!
(ca) wrote: its a bit well, 80s but that said i kinda like it its different and I'm shocked its not better rated even though the Ferris Bueller's Day Off/Risky Business esk story type is a bit 'once is enough' but this film made me like it again, and it wasn't a poor attempt.
(fr) wrote: very true....the whole thing!!! I know as I am a former wally world employee, BLAH!
(ru) wrote: oh this is totally not lucy liu as in ally mcbeal. this is lucy liu insane! and cillian is adorable and does a very good american accent. he's awesome that boy.
(br) wrote: [font=Comic Sans MS][size=3][color=red]This movie is aight. I feel Beef was better but this got some good stuff in it to. First good one was Cypress Hill vs. West Side Connection. Then an other good one was the Royce da 5'9" vs. D12. KRS one vs. Nelly, I only liked the fact that they played out Nelly. Canibus vs. LL was OK. And last was in the bonus footage part I.C.P. talking about Eminem.[/color][/size][/font]
(kr) wrote: Like many critics may say, it had promise, it had the good amount of intelligence and we are seeing a thriller that maybe has something to deliever, but no. Mercury Rising became so predictable it's like the movie was supposed to be predictable, easily set out. It lacked everything a thriller is suppose to be, there was no drive or excitment, The start had something to offer but after that nothing materilised and it became awful, especcially the end, a huge letdown.
(mx) wrote: great love story of the furry kind
(jp) wrote: Whit Stillman's blazingly original, triumphantly witty "Metropolitan" is a signal independent film of the 1990s. The dialogue is like music and the performances from the unknown actors are pointed and scathing. This is the kind of film that Woody Allen would be able to make if he let an idea gestate rather than churning out a film a year. "Metropolitan" is an insanely precise social observation and satire.
(jp) wrote: Sometimes strange but always cool, TROUBLE IN MIND presents itself boldly as a sort of retro CASABLANCA. Revolving around a love story that is frequently reminiscent of films such as MAD DOG TIME & SHE'S SO LOVELY (both of which came much later) this lost and apparently overlooked gem can best be described as the perfect weirdo's noir; and f.y.i...I'm the weirdo. Man I love Keith Carradine!
(mx) wrote: Extremely slow and boring, it barely has anything to do with Night of the Living dead, let alone zombies. The dialog is soft, bland, and hard to hear. The story is barely coherent. The whole film feels cheaply done with little effort to make it anything worth sitting through.
(au) wrote: Even though Rudy Ray Moore's career began with Dolemite, it certainly isn't the best movie of his career in retrospect. It isn't as funny or as much fun as some of the others, including Disco Godfather and The Human Tornado. It's not altogether bad, but it certainly feels pretty boring at times. It has a few moments that will induce some laughter, mainly with the minor characters rather than Rudy Ray Moore himself. I have to say though that I never understood why his stand-up act was so popular. It gets really tiresome and is mostly unfunny, except when he delivers unintentional comedy. The way he phrases things and the way he says them is where his appeal comes from, and not really the quality of his material. This movie has a bit of it in spots, but it gets old fast. I'd say if you're interested in blaxspolitation, then you should definitely give it a spin, but there are more enjoyable films starring Rudy Ray Moore out there than this one.