The Last Summer of La Boyita

The Last Summer of La Boyita

Young Jorgelina feels estranged from her boy-crazy older sister, who has entered adolescence and doesn't want to hang around with little kids anymore. Finding refuge in their Boyita camper-van, Jorgelina travels with her father to the countryside, where her lifelong playmate Mario is undergoing some unexpected changes of his own.

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The Last Summer of La Boyita torrent reviews

Annie C (nl) wrote: Great movie. Lots of research done!

Byron B (jp) wrote: nominated for best foreign film at the golden globes

Amy H (br) wrote: The story isn't too bad, but it's more of a sci-fi movie, so not really exciting somehow.

Alex F (br) wrote: Indispensable for any music fan. One of the best music documentaries I've seen.

Jeffrey C (mx) wrote: Hilarious and brilliant Singapore styled musical. Even Taiwanese like me can enjoy those songs in the film..

Kevin P (fr) wrote: Interesting look at the history of video games and a bunch of pathetically lovable losers.

Barry T (jp) wrote: Not my cup of tea, quite a tough slog.

Alex C (us) wrote: loved the lack of dialogue and intricate time sequencing. hard to follow narratively, but i dont think it was necessary. the more i talked about it with others to understand it the more i appreciated it. Claire Denis is definitely an artist. Her choreagraphy of actors is brilliant

Matt K (ca) wrote: Extremely entertaining documentary. As a huge fan of the Woodman, and since the DVD's have no features whatsoever, this behind-the-scenes glimpse is priceless. Woody is a fascinating person, he's funny, witty, and actually gets a little pissed now and then. Also he makes great music.

Drew B (nl) wrote: A goofy, charming, and predictable rom-com.

Sebastian H (br) wrote: so bad, it's good? not really. only a few decent moments cannot fix a horrible trash film

AJ S (jp) wrote: This Soviet award winner surprises with its honest portrayal of life during the Brezhnev era and an inborn addition of traditional values. At first glance the film suffers in turn of the decade technicalities (the harsh transition from the seventies to the eighties) with its bland aesthetic approach and muted visual style. Upon further viewing, however, much can be taken from the inspired storyline of three girlfriends who experience trials and tribulations with government, work, and men. With a nice blend of humor and relatable pathos the audience soon begins to feel for the prominent characters as they grow during a seventeen year period. There is an obvious agenda when it comes to confronting legislative dealings during this time and it assimilates rather smoothly. Even in grazing melodramatic territory, which is fortunately evaded, the film does not overstay its welcome with the long running time. Just when it seems the narrative is about to take a turn for the worse, it goes in an entirely different direction. These cunning deceptions are not without merit, because they succeed in supplying the movie with the feeling of having a complete and comprehensive message that hits home; even if that home is not the former Soviet Union.

Jonathan B (us) wrote: A conventional, old school western with Charlton Heston and the always awesome Donald Pleasance. It's not great, but it's definitely good and I'm surprised by the fact that I had never heard of it and only picked it up at Blockbuster due to reading over the case. If you're into westerns, give this relative unknown a shot.

Albert M (de) wrote: Definitely a recommendable watch, the film still holds its own by today's standards, a fine example of narrative prowess and spot-on cinematography.

Jim H (gb) wrote: The sale of an exiled countess's diamonds brings a Soviet investigator to Paris where she falls her rival.Garbo laughs! Greta Garbo delivers a phenomenal performance as the eponymous character in this romantic satire/farce. Garbo's cyborg character softens about forty-five minutes into the film, and from then on she becomes old cinema's definition of charming, charismatic female lead. Melvyn Douglas is a fine leading man, and the three Russian stooges provide good comic relief.The film is typical Cold War-era fare -- maybe a little more complex as Leon actually reads Das Kapital, but that only sets up the butler's capitalistic retort to Communist ideology. But the film's strength is that it stays focused on the human relationship and the change in the character rather than on the what Ninotchka's conversion means as a political statement.Overall, this is a charming film that keeps its political message in the background.

Brandon W (fr) wrote: 28 Weeks Later is directed and co-written by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, and it stars Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Jeremy Renner, Idris Elba, and Imogen Poots in a zombie apocalyptic film that takes place in a shelter place that has no infected, and when things happened, everybody in there are not safe. I didn't think I would be able to watch it today as it was in one of those days that I thought wasn't free anymore, but it was still watchable on DirecTV, and so I watched it, which is a more entertaining film than the first one, but it has more problems however. The acting is great, probably better than the first one. There are some smart moments, but there are some dumb moments as well. The pacing is much better, as it has a lot more energy to it with a bit more action scenes. The effects look good, and there's a lot more scare effective moments than the first one. The characters are fine, although Jeremy Renner's character is probably the most memorable out of all of them, and the score by John Murphy is very catchy. 28 Weeks Later is a really great film that I can't wait to see 28 Months Later when they make it that is.

Jose D (nl) wrote: An absolutely stunning movie performed by one if not, the greatest actor of all time! #denzelwashington

Dortha R (ru) wrote: love it i got 1 and 2

Carlos I (es) wrote: Tragic story of a rather introverted woman who doesn't know quite how to raise her troubled child, then has to live in the aftermath of the horror he leaves behind. Excellently performed by all the leads.

Lee R (us) wrote: Up there with Hotshots Part Deux as one of the greatest ever war films