The Grain

The Grain

The elderly Perpétua, feeling the approach of death, decides to prepare Zeca, her beloved grandson, to the inevitable. She tells him the story of a king and a queen, a wealthy and powerful ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:marriage,   old woman,   death,  

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Ali E (it) wrote: Full of Morgan Spurlock's trademark sense of homour, it's more about revealing the true faces behind the people the american media label as "terror". A great film if given a chance, do NOT expect anything the box art or premise suggests

Carlos G (mx) wrote: I enjoy watching good movies made from this time period. It felt good watching story unfold but definite sad ending.

Stuart Deckard W (ru) wrote: Extremely funny and witty, with the best psycho Japanese girl since I'm a Cyborg and perhaps an equally good story - but this time of friendship.

Mark N (br) wrote: The mostly lazy of screenwriting. Young actor is bothered by his fame and people recognizing him until it serves his own ends and then wields it like a weapon. YAWN.. It's like any hack movie that set in California, with characters who are actors or writers.. yes write about what you know.. so learn something and show it don't trot out the same old wank about how hard life is when you are famous.The cast, with some fine actors, drown in a sea of nothingness and can only have appeared because of the director. Uninteresting shot and low on budget and just about every other score.

Janna L (gb) wrote: Lots of substances, little substance. I maintain that Boogie Nights cornered the market on "quality movie with a disco soundtrack."

Sarah F (ru) wrote: i wanna see this film

Nicola W (mx) wrote: Very slow and boring, nothing really magical happened and it was all a bit doom and gloom. The last half hour was good but the rest just wasn't anyway near as good as the story was. They could of done so much with this to make it a whole lot better, disappointing from Disney.

Nigel K (gb) wrote: Nicholas Cage's best film? It certainly should be a contender, the story of how a man accidentally becomes a very successful arms dealer. Dealing with some of the lowest scum on earth and some of the saddest images of the real casualties of war.

Casey P (br) wrote: surprisingly not bad, costner was great

Frances H (it) wrote: Good film, I just have to wonder why a premium cable channel chose to air it new when federal judges have overturned the Moslem ban.

Jayakrishnan R (gb) wrote: 75%Saw this on 8/7/15It gives it's protagonist a purpose by making him a bounty killer and adding Lee Van Cleef into the series, but still it's the weakest movie in the trilogy mostly because of it's extreme lack of pace and a deficiency in genuine thrills. The music is good (but feels like a slight modification of the original, but towards the end, it becomes really terrific), but the film simply uses most of the notable elements from the original film which increases the predictability. The film, even though at 2 hours and 12 minutes feels more than The Good, The Bad and The Ugly in length. Also Clint Eastwood doesn't have much role in this film when compared to the original film, however, Van Cleef gets a meaty role and their face off scene is great.

Miguel R (jp) wrote: Godzilla, King of the Monsters was an unnecessary re-edited "americanized" adaptation of the 1954 Japanese hit