Mamma Alba ha due figli maschi: Giorgio, il grande, professionista sul lavoro e con le donne, con una moglie a Roma e almeno un'amante a Milano, e Leonardino, il secondogenito, quello sensibile, depresso, che per una donna ha persino tentato il suicidio. L'arrivo di Sara rivoluziona la vita di Leonardo, portando in essa l'insperata felicità, ma anche quella di Giorgio, poiché Sara è una delle donne a cui lui ha mentito spudoratamente, fingendo persino l'esistenza di un figlio. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Gabriel A (us) wrote: Como drama risvel. Phil Spector uma ficcionalizao retarda de um caso infame ocorrido em 2003 onde uma jovem foi encontrada morta dentro da manso do produtor musical Phillip Spector. Apesar de ser Al Pacino e Helen Mirren os protagonista dessa infmia, o resultado final pattico ate por que nem ha resultado, o roteiro nada nada e morre na praia.
Eva Y (ca) wrote: a very simple love story that makes me cry.......
Zaid A (ru) wrote: Great chemistry between pairs (Irfan and Arshad) thumps up!
Atom J (kr) wrote: there is no shame in calling cops "pigs"
Pepe C (de) wrote: Una de las mejores comedias de Woody...
Ryan V (jp) wrote: Two bikers score some drugs in Mexico, sell it for a tidy profit in California, and embark on a road trip to a whorehouse in New Orleans. They get into a large assortment of misadventures along the way. Easy Rider has an immense reputation since it made Jack Nicholson famous, altered how film soundtracks were put together, transformed the career trajectory of star/director Dennis Hopper, brought techniques of French New Wave to American audiences, rewrote expectations as to how successful independent film could be, and ushered in a wave of gritty, progressive, and experimental movies that defined American pop culture throughout the 1970's. While I do acknowledge all of these accomplishments, I found the actual film itself to be interesting a hell of a lot more often than I found it to be great. Easy Rider is certainly worth checking out, but I largely see it as an intriguing time capsule that laid groundwork for the much better films that followed in its wake.
Jim G (ru) wrote: the cinematography was in the "hip" 60's style. a man trying to find his memory. James Garner gave a good performance. all the beautiful women he pursued - inadvertently - were more than willing to help him. it was interesting. there were good things. he gave a great performance. the Americanization of Emily remains his very best romance.
Alex K (gb) wrote: My Favorite Western Film Is 1956's The Searchers.
Peter A (ag) wrote: What a stinker. I must admit I only lasted about 30 minutes, but I had already wasted my money. I didn't want to waste my time as well.. Only the second film I have ever walked out on.
Adrian D (us) wrote: Wow, I'm surprised there were not awards won. The most gripping and suspenseful story to date in this amazing franchise. The characters were perfectly cast, truly amazing CGI and stunts makes for an unforgettable 90 minutes ever. I could possibly watch this movie over and over again. It really reminds me of the lord of the rings franchise, minus the long walks which is replaced with sharp second to second action. It really was a coming of age movie, it came at a time of my life where I needed hope in my life. Thankfully it was here when I needed it and it fully cured my phobia of zombies or as others say, the undead. Hopefully they will continue to make at least 5 more movies. Do yourself a favour, buy this title.
Michael K (ag) wrote: An hour long film that is so thrilling to watch you won't feel its relatively short length. You just can't possibly feel bored while watching it.
Todd S (gb) wrote: More than forty years after it was made, the name Serpico is still synonymous with heroism. The multiple award winner features arguably one of the most successful actors and directors to ever grace the silver screen, but was Frank Serpico really a hero? Frank Serpico (Al Pacino) wanted nothing more than to be a police officer in New York, but once he gets there, he finds that things aren't as he'd hoped. The department is full of corrupt cops, but Serpico wants no part of it. He has no intention of turning them in, but when he won't take the money, everyone just assumes he already did, making Frank a target that has to act in order to save his own life. At first this film seems like just another police tale, that's been blown way out of portion by Hollywood, so why is it considered one of the top 100 films ever made? The combination of Al Pacino's infectious personality and Sidney Lumet's methodical and innovative story telling. At the time Serpico was made, Al Pacino was the brightest star in Hollywood and for good reason, he just has a way of getting people behind whatever character and project he's associated with. As for Lumet, he is known as an innovative director for simply trying things that everyone had available to them. Lumet uses different angles and close ups to make things more intense and exciting, as well as methodically going deeper into the story. It's this combination that made Serpico much more than simply another cop movie and a film that should be seen by all movie lovers.