To Hell with the Ugly
Eliseo is ugly, lame and single. He hasn't met the woman of his life and has never known love. Nati is ugly, missing a breast and separated. She found the man of her life but, even so, has never experienced true love. Eliseo thinks that the worst of his life is still to come. Nati thinks that the best of her life is still to come. The death of Eliseo's mother reunites them twenty years on in a last chance to find happiness and love. But what happens when the woman of your life is married to your brother
- Stars:Javier Cámara, Carmen Machi, Juan Diego, Tristán Ulloa, Lluís Villanueva, Hugo Silva, Ingrid Rubio, María Pujalte, María Pastor, Julián López, Teresa Lozano, Silvia Casanova, Petra Martínez, Pere Arquillué, Kira Miró,
- Director:Nacho G. Velilla,
- Writer:Oriol Capel, David S. Olivas, Antonio Sánchez, Nacho G. Velilla
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To Hell with the Ugly torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: horrible fight scenes, horrible acting. Worth seeing if ure home sick with the flu. oh wait a minute, that's what I did. Go watch Undisputed 3 instead.
(de) wrote: nice detective story
(gb) wrote: similar to never back down
(ca) wrote: has nothing to do with DB Cooper very disappointing
(mx) wrote: Bloody Amazing What You Can Do Within A Well Weaved Tale Against The Incredible Open Aussie Outback. I Loved The Intricasies Of Simplicity. Made Me Wanna Go Walk About & Reconnect With This Beautiful Country.
(nl) wrote: This was ok. snoop dogg was very on again off again. a few times the role seemed to really click and sometimes he seemed like he had no idea how to act...like he was just reading lines from a script. Aldis Hodge was decent. I liked the story line though.
(it) wrote: This is without a doubt one of my favorite animated movies ever. One of the few movies that gives me a new experience everytime i watch it. Ive seen it about 10 times in my life and it still feels fresh.
(us) wrote: I definitely could enjoy a realistic cop drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena as partners. I mean these guys are totally charming and you can tell they're having a blast. Throw in a little Anna Kendrick and I am a happy camper, even if she did feel a bit out of place in this movie. There's nothing wrong with showing the day-to-day adventures of cops in a dangerous city, and most of the things they did in this movie came across as extremely authentic (as if a police consultant was always right next to them every moment, showing them how it's done.) There's just 2 faults that I found in the film that make it one that I will probably never watch again, and one that I can't rate higher. First is a pet peeve of mine that I know others don't mind as much as me, but I prefer a better narrative structure that connects one scene to the next. The movie feels very choppy as it bounces from one night to a different night that could be a week or month later with no warning. The movie lacks some cohesion in my opinion because of the choices they make in how to tell the story.The second, and easily the biggest flaw I find in End of Watch, is that it's a stupid found-footage film!! I'm sorry, I know there are people who might enjoy that, but it is an awful way of making movies. They never have a logical explanation for all the shots, so I'm constantly asking myself "Well, who put a camera there?" or "Why would anyone film this?" Then there is the constant need for people to reference the camera's presence with phrases like "Get that camera out of my face!" or "You can't film this." Naturally there are excuses for why people have cameras that is written into the script in some ham-fisted way, but it never makes sense. I want to appreciate the positives in this movie but I'm constantly annoyed, distracted, and even a little bit nauseated by the shaking camera. There is nothing about this film that is made better by the found-footage/documentary style of presentation. It's a shame because there are moments that could be brilliant, and I can't say I was ever bored by End of Watch, but I'll gladly never watch it again.
(nl) wrote: While the twist ending was pretty good and there were a few good claustrophobic and suspenseful moments, this movie would have been a million times better if it was a psychological horror movie. It could have done better without the monsters.
(ru) wrote: A mediocre passing from one generation to another. The villain is great. Kirk and Picard working together is a sight to see. But killing Kirk? Unacceptable. Sadly, The Next Generation cast would have mostly forgettable, or downright awful movies. This was only a sign of things to come.
(ca) wrote: I simply loved this film. It's warm and joyful and a touch humorous. I'm hoping it will be one of those films that will become an all time classic :) love the songs and the storyline. We are all unfinished songs!