The Mutants (Portuguese: Os mutantes) is a 1998 Portuguese film by director Teresa Villaverde, starring Ana Moreira and Alexandre Pinto. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Mutants (Portuguese: Os mutantes) is a 1998 Portuguese film by director Teresa Villaverde, starring Ana Moreira and Alexandre Pinto. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.
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Mark B (it) wrote: I don't know what the critics saw that I did not. Critics score 4.3 out of 10. However audience score was 80% positive. I felt this was a touching and heartfelt story. One of the best films I have seen in the last several years. Nothing dirty or controversial. Just a good story. Give it a try. Free to Amazon Prime members.
Artus U (ru) wrote: ... we can't start our life once again, it would be like running away from current problems.
David D (us) wrote: Great acting from most of the characters.
Janna T (ru) wrote: good...very disappointing in the end.
peter w (nl) wrote: 2/4 John Lithgow acting is good, but the story is so silly. One of Brian DePalma's off days.
Joby D (gb) wrote: Gene Hackman should have known better.
Frit B (br) wrote: At the time, it might have seemed like a good idea to re-pair Ringwald and McCarthy for another 80's romantic drama. It was not. The film is worsened by David Foster's cheesy score. Molly Hagen does give a nice performance in a small role.
James H (de) wrote: I liked this better than when I saw it at the theater in 1976. This is a pretty good thriller, suspenseful. The personal dramatics are distracting though. It's longer than it needed to be, the acting is okay, but Charleton Heston totally sucks as an actor and he stinks in this, as he always does. I just cringe at the though this moron actually won an Oscar
Becca D (de) wrote: I hated this movie. Maybe I should have bothered to watch the first one?
Jason V (es) wrote: It's live action, family Disney so the ending is never really in doubt. And, because of its pedigree, nothing even comes close to scandalous. It is dopey and goofy looking back on it now, but it is harmless fun. Some accents are difficult to understand and the main characters appear to share one brain (they're terribly dim). But, then again, if they were smart, there wouldn't be a movie.