Three Steps Above Heaven
Story of two young people who belong to different worlds. It is the chronicle of a love improbable, almost impossible but inevitable dragging in a frantic journey they discover the first great love. Babi (Maria Valverde) is a girl from upper-middle class that is educated in goodness and innocence . Hache (Mario Casas) is a rebellious boy, impulsive, unconscious, has a appetite for risk and danger embodied in endless fights and illegal motorbike races, the limit of common sense
- Category:Romance, Drama
- Stars:Mario Casas, María Valverde, Álvaro Cervantes, Marina Salas, Lucho Fernández, Andrea Duro, Nerea Camacho, Diego Martín, Cristina Plazas, Jordi Bosch, Joan Crosas, Cristina Dilla, Pablo Rivero, Marta Martín, Víctor Sevilla,
- Director:Fernando González Molina,
- Writer:Federico Moccia (novel), Ramón Salazar
The film is the chronicle of a love improbable, almost impossible but inevitable dragging in a frantic journey they discover the first great love, telling the story of a troubled teen (Mario Casas) with violent tendencies who begins a romance with a wealthy girl (María Valverde). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Three Steps Above Heaven torrent reviews
(es) wrote: If you asked me a week ago who Freda Kelly was, I would've had no idea, and probably wouldn't care. This was stop #1 at CIFF for me, and honestly, who wouldn't want to see a movie pertaining to The Beatles ? Or so I thought it was about The Beatles. Really, the film is about their career long secretary, Mrs. Freda Kelly. The film documents her "past glories" with the band themselves, wherein she elaborates what it was she did for them, and facts about The Beatles. But rather than treating them as one the most successful and influential band in music history, she describes them as individuals: normal human beings. This was my major interest in the film. The film really gives you insight not only into Freda Kelly, who is amazing herself, but it gives a kind of inside access into the REAL Beatles, rather than the ones you saw, or heard. As for Freda herself, throughout the film, her emotions seem genuine. The stories she tells resembles the truth. It's not a perfect film, or anything along the lines of "Being Elmo," or "Exit Through The Gift Shop," but "Good Ol' Freda" is a heartwarming story of just an ordinary woman with a very extraordinary story to tell,.
(au) wrote: Updated style and tenor don't really do much to save Slumdog in the end. Boyle's emphasis on the colors and sounds of Mumbai, use of frantic camera work, and pop music forays work well at first in conveying the energy of the slums, and in depicting a believable childhood gaze. However, the sugar rush eventually subsides and we're then forced to suffer through some Hollywood pitfalls that are primarily the fault of the script. The uber updated style and tenor of Slumdog also poses a problem when considering the social critique involved. Should the slums of Mumbai look like as if the characters are all about to slide off the screen because of it being too slick? Giving it the old Hollywood gloss sure will please the masses, but I'm sure if the citizens of Mumbai were to watch Slumdog they may have a problem with their homes being made to look like a centerfold shot of a magazine. In no way did I ever get the feeling of true filth and grit within these slums. Going back to the pitfalls. To be honest, I had a real problem with the use Who Wants to Be a Millionaire all together. The strength of this film lies within the sequences that take place within the slums. Although the style may pose problems at times, there are some genuine moments of social insight and clarity. One such instance involves the two brothers first seeing the palace and the camera taking us on a tour via swoops, close-ups, and pans to depict the wonder and excitement of a child being enveloped in an upper-class social environment. These kind of subtlety's are sadly few and far between. I guess the only way an American audience can relate to Mumbai is through a game show! and some crappy love story. When the film transitions into present day it suffers from cliched characters,(One note villains and dirty cops) bad dialogue, and an underdeveloped love interest. In the end, nothing feels earned. The moments on the game show lack suspense due to the fact that the audience is given the knowledge of our protagonist's accomplishments when the film first begins. Boyle knows this, and by the end, tries to make up for it by creating forced suspense involving the smarmy game show host feeding Jamal a wrong answer. Gee, maybe Jamal won't succeed after all! Oh Boyle, what a trickster.The film is trying to establish a destiny/meant-to-be type of story telling, and I get that, but the film strings the audience along the entire time with no sense of anticipation, and expects us to be rewarded by two individuals finally sharing a kiss that isn't earned. "The money doesn't matter." All that matters is that he finally found that girl who he kind of knows, and if he kisses her scar it may make it seem as if they actually share a deep love. As the credits roll, there is the sweet sound of some kind of Bollywood dance igniting the screen seconds after the death of a MAJOR character. "The dirty hoodlum did his good deed now light his ass up! It will be a great way to tack on some last second sympathy." Talk about one of the most overrated films in some time.
(nl) wrote: Only 34%? Not at all. A fine remake of the Burt Reynolds film, which was evidently called "The Longest Yard" in the USA. But we got the better title, and the better remake (the Adam Sandler version isn't bad, but isn't great either). Notable for one of the handful of films to feature a good Danny Dyer performance, and the Stath steals every scene he's in.
(jp) wrote: Great movie. There is something very comforting about the idea that even as you let go, you're left with something of yourself. I also like that you have the option of not choosing.
(es) wrote: 87%Watched this on 16/11/15The scariest ending of all time? Are you gonna make me laugh to death? Well it's clearly not what RT tells it is, for sure. Vanishing is a disturbing psychological piece which happens to have an interesting structure where it descends into the mind of a serial killer effectively. It is well shot and well acted. Lead actor Gene Bervoets gives an emotionally powerful performance. Lead actress Johanna ter Steege is also impressive and actor Bernard-Pierre leaves a great impression as the serial killer. The film avoids genre cliches and it's well directed. But sadly I am disappointed at the fact that it's ending neither turned out to be that scary or suspenseful, it was kind of imminent.
(fr) wrote: In the desert sun you can feel your flesh burn. A mental instutution escapee abducts four psyciatrists who put him away and strands them in the desert to die. Fortunately, one of the psychiatrists became a forest ranger and a good survivalist.
(nl) wrote: Du ralisateur de " la bataille d'Alger", le film est droutant par son rythme trange et son mode documentaire. La prsence de Brando est tout fait tonnante , mais son charisme est toujours extraordinaire. Le film se dploit lentement, mais son propos est clair par rapport la colonisation, au cynisme d'manciper les peuples pour les touffer dans l'oeuf ensuite. Le libralisme sauvage et ses prmices, 40 ans plus tt, y est dcrit avec forces. Ne cherchez pas une mise en scne ou une histoire, mais plutt tre accompagn par un pdagogue qui sait o il souhaite en venir.
(de) wrote: Wow! If Christmas leaves a bad taste in your mouth, this one's for you. I thought Bad Santa was the only well made anti Christmas movie but here's another one. John Waters considers this the best Christmas movie, and though I haven't seen Santa Clause 3 the Escape Clause, I can say that this is the best Christmas movie I've seen. If you aren't a Christmas cynic or if you hate Bad Santa then watch A Christmas Story instead.
(br) wrote: It's funny how Orson Welles is in the last 45 minutes of the movie but gets top billing. He's great in it, though, as are Dean Stockwell and Bradford Dillman. I am not a fan of the courtroom drama and that's what this movie turns into, but the majority of it was pretty interesting.
(us) wrote: Tries hilariously to be another Cheaper by the Dozen--as if one wasn't enough. Not to mention that this is a cast full of actors and actresses who have done better than this.