The German Doctor

The German Doctor

Patagonia, 1960. A German physician meets an Argentinean family and follows them on the long desert road to Bariloche where Eva, Enzo and their three children are going to open a lodging house by the Nahuel Huapi lake. This model family reawakens his obsession with purity and perfection, in particular Lilith, a 12 year-old with a body too small for her age. Unaware of his true identity, they accept him as their first guest. They are all gradually won over by this charismatic man, by his elegant manners, his scientific knowledge and his money — until they discover they are living with one of the biggest criminals of all times.

The true story of an Argentine family who lived with Josef Mengele without knowing his true identity, and of a girl who fell in love with one of the biggest criminals of all time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The German Doctor torrent reviews

David M (ca) wrote: A franchise that dates back to the 1910s with countless Tarzan movies already made; so you'd think they'd have it easy making another blockbuster for 2016 but that's not the case with this unexciting, uninspiring & badly cast film that has less spirit than the Disney cartoon version. There's just so much that's wrong. The graphics aren't up to standard (The Jungle Book puts this to shame), the chemistry between Jane & Tarzan is empty & at times uncomfortable also it takes ages for the ball to start rolling & once it does... well no one really cared. Also, I just wanna say I thought Alexander Skarsgard was a terrible choice as Tarzan. Try again Hollywood.

Haniffa I (jp) wrote: Smart and entertaining!

Dylan K (ag) wrote: the only saving grace for this boring movie for me is that i saw it in spanish so i didn't understand any of it's moldy jokes. also why would you make a sequel to a bad adaptation of a good comic strip?

Antwanette H (de) wrote: i thought it was good

James R (nl) wrote: This film has all the trademarks of John Woos' earlier films.This is one of the few Jean Claude Van Damme's that actually matches Die Hard in terms of it's action scenes.

Missy M (br) wrote: Great movie, this is a funny movie

Jonathan K (ru) wrote: wicked! funny! so sweet indeed! perfect way to learn some easy japanese:)hehe

Dillinger P (kr) wrote: Did you ever think, for one moment, a fictional film could put you off fried chicken for life? If the answer is no, you've clearly never witnessed Killer Joe. Crafted by the man who brought us such classics as The French Connection and The Exorcist, William Friedkin comes close to outshining many a controversial director, by creating an extremely difficult and in some cases, beyond watchable nightmare, that will most likely divide opinion for another 10 years or so. Killer Joe follows the Smith family, a dim whited and simple family, who find themselves in way over their head, when a plot to kill their own mother, in order to gain her life insurance, goes well beyond wrong. At points playing like an early Coen Brothers movie, Killer Joe has a peculiar charm and sense of humor, its script, chalk full of indecencies, some too disturbing not to break a nervous cackle over, which will leave many audience members reeling in anger, and that's kind of the point. It feels unbearable, mostly when McConaughey is sharing screen time with anybody. He snarls and sweats his way through the material like slime, dripping from a rusted drain pipe, its such a demanding performance, even his co stars look completely baffled for the films run time. Friedkin really goes to town here, allowing the source material and theatre structure of the script plenty of time to breathe, its a welcomed turn of events, rarely seen is a film where actors can slowly, calmly and coherently allow the dialogue to take over, this shows off the writings potential in a mammoth way. At the end of the day, Killer Joe has all the hallmarks of a Ken Russell film, close to the bone and daring, however it is so pungent that a vast quantity of cinema goers will despise everything about it. Its not user friendly, its exceptionally slow, its high tension, blood curdiling and completely uncomfortable to watch. Roll that up with an exterior layer of sexism and abusive behavior towards women and your seriously making this a hard sell for anyone. Killer Joe doesnt care if you loath it, mainly it just wants a reaction and you'd have to be a stone cold killer not to give it one. Harsh, unsettling and brutal, Killer Joe will frighten off more people than it may appeal to, however those willing to sit through its subject matter, may find an experience quite like no other.

Uriel G (it) wrote: An excellent adaptation that tells the story in a masterful way and improves both the tempo and the already spectacular visual and special effects

(kr) wrote: one of the most underrated thriller film of the year.