The Twelve Labours

The Twelve Labours

The story of a young black man, Héracles, who after being released from a juvenile institution, tries to apply for his first honest job as a motorcycle delivery boy. To get the job, he has to perform 12 hard tasks in São Paulo.

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The Twelve Labours torrent reviews

Regis C (ca) wrote: Wow. This is one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. It's a love letter to geeky no-one-understands-me loneliness and love in a Western world that is so full of bullies and isolation. Super touching and heart-warming. Real love is seeing the infinite that is yourself reflected in the other. This movie illustrates that so so well on many levels.

Joel H (br) wrote: Once again, I feel like I should like the Underworld films more than I do. I love werewolves, I love vampires and I love Kate Beckinsales, plus the action sequences in Underworld: Awakening are pretty fun, but, overall, this movie just left me cold. It starts in the middle of a story and it ends in the middle of a story and there isn't much story in between. I just don't get it. Why don't I enjoy these movies?

Elise P (nl) wrote: A beautiful quiet film. Performances are great, very subtle & naturalistic. In contrast to his other films, this features predominantly women which is interesting.

Jeanphilippe S (it) wrote: mieux que le premier

Jack P (us) wrote: It doesn't need anyone to tell you this film is going to be ridiculous and extremely stupid. But that works in the films favour and delivers the hilarity, a film thats pretty bad but yet is pretty funny. Some films just work that way, definitely a comedy that'll do the job.

Matt H (jp) wrote: One of those movies where the trailer is better than the movie.

James B (us) wrote: Pretty cool yeah. Not the greatest of footage in terms of quality but what we get is an honest and authentic look at the bands legacy. A must for all Nirvana fans.

Rene L (gb) wrote: ok git this one also plz

bill s (nl) wrote: Fowl mouthed fun little caper romp.

Paul P (es) wrote: James Toback and Harvey Keitel have created a truly original character, especially for the time it was released. Jimmy 'Fingers' Angelelli is a man full of bizarre contradictions. While very tough on the outside, he's very wounded. He has extreme mother and father issues and is caught trying to please both parents. And at one point can barely function without knowing that his "girlfriend" loves him. Performances down the line are fantastic, Keitel stands out obviously. Jim Brown as a pimp feels very natural, eeesh. While i admire how raw 'Fingers' is, i wish it would've stayed on the tracks just a little bit so the character of Jimmy would've stayed in my mind. That final shot has an intensity and power to it that few films will ever top.

Aj V (fr) wrote: I really liked this movie, it's one of Castle's best films, I think. The story starts with a murder mystery and gets more complicated and confusing, and ends with a crazy twist. It's a lot of fun, and I highly recommend it.

Mj F (ag) wrote: Barbara Stanwyck may just be the best actor who never won an Oscar, male or female. (And Peter O'Toole.) She is terrific in this. So glad she won multiple Emmys for her tv roles.

AW C (ag) wrote: For every good actor and plot point, there's a bad character arc and a laughable editing choice.