An evening at an Italian restaurant. Hosted by tolerant and relaxed Flora, various parties of middle-class people come in -- large and small, young and old, regulars and tourists, married and single -- to dine, converse, argue, celebrate, make confessions; to overhear other people's discussions, to interrupt them, to sing, listen to music, and enjoy life. The camera, just like the people, moves constantly from table to table, into the kitchen and the back room to observe the staff's petty jealousies and frustrations -- until two hours later it's time for everybody to go home.
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Favio V (au) wrote: " nos traslada a Tennessee, 1870, a travs de la leyenda de Edward Young, un padre que emprende un terrorfico y dramtico viaje a travs del desierto, para lograr que las cenizas de su hijo descansen en paz. Su hijo y su esposa haban sido atacados por una epidemia de zombies y convertidos en ellos.
Adam R (us) wrote: (First and only viewing - 4/18/2013)
Simrit B (ag) wrote: Nagesh Kukunoor rocks. His films have so much soul. I'm glad he's still making movies.
Kelly B (nl) wrote: Hmm I like this film...I don't understand why it didn't have that much success...I thought it was going to be a chick flic but was very wrong!
Sharon P (kr) wrote: sally field was great.the movie was sad but great,it really shows and proves a mothers love for her child and im so happy mom and daughter made it home safe and sound
Kenneth E (jp) wrote: Semi-historical Disney film appeals to the young and young at heart by choosing to not focus on the political turmoil and violence of the Revolutionary War; this account embodied the hopes, the pursuits of happiness and fulfillment, and applauds the independent, strong, hard-working spirit of Johnny, who singularly symbolizes the type of individual that made young America successful. The sense of patriotism is strong, and is the perfect Fourth of July film to watch with the entire family. The acting is decent enough, (though Sebastian Cabot goes a bit overboard as the egotistical Jonathan Lyte,); the costumes, sets, and matte paintings used to bring 18th Century America to life are, typical of a 1950's Walt Disney Production, highly romanticized and highly-appealing. This movie makes you proud to be an American.
Stella D (fr) wrote: fun wartime espionage thriller set in the sahara. franchot tone makes a fine dashing lead, a british soldier stranded in the desert and overtaken by the nazi high command, with anne baxter as his haughty love interest, a french hotel maid desperate to make a deal with them. and how can one go wrong with erich von stroheim as field marshall rommel. akim tamiroff is a wee bit over the top but there's suspense, comedy, romance, really something for everyone. watch the first scene and see if you're not hooked
Nathaniel R (es) wrote: Dumbo is a classic movie with a heartwarming lesson at the center, but the message isn't enough to save it from some of its lesser qualities. With songs that are catchy at best but mostly forgettable like "When I See an Elephant Fly" and "Baby Mine" and a decent portion of the movie dedicated to watching Dumbo get wasted and hallucinate about pink elephants, it seems like the movie just doesn't live up to the rest of the Disney classics. One of the shortest Disney films, it's a tightly wound movie that inspires some emotion but ultimately takes a while to get to the good parts; Dumbo only takes flight for about 15 minutes at the end and most of it is in the company of some decidedly racist crows.
Hugo G (br) wrote: Both lead actors were very charming, and specially Lily Collins' performance was good. But the story overtly complicated and yet very cliche. ~August 8, 2016~