This marvelous 1952 romantic comedy, directed by Ismael Rodriguez, is representative of Mexico's golden age of cinema and brings together Jorge Negrete and Pedro Infante. Negrete's operatic voice and dashing persona contrasts nicely with Pedro Infante's warm, romantic voice and charismatic persona. Jorge Bueno and Pedro Malo are best friends who consider giving up their womanizing ways when they each fall in love. As fate would have it, Pedro Malo unexpectedly marries Jorge Bueno's girlfriend, and the conflict between the former buddies begins. A year later they find themselves in the same town and confront each other once and for all. The music is beautiful and the sparks fly as they learn a good lesson about love and true friendship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Nathan M (kr) wrote: Featuring great performances from its leads, but not much else, #landho is a decent film about growing old and maintaining friendships.
Joseph V (mx) wrote: 3/5 starsActing was absolutely horrendous, but kept you watching and was scary enough.
Evan G (br) wrote: three villains?! give me a break.
Gregory W (br) wrote: awesome and informative doc doesn't get harper lee but comes just about as close as u can get (her sister).
Dave S (ru) wrote: Definitely had some moments, and the visuals are occasionally nice. But the whole central premise has issues - not plausibility, but rather that the director doesn't seem to get that the supposedly romantic parts of the movie are actually pretty creepy as well. I mean, the lead woman is such an icky fantasy construction - she barely ever wakes up, and when she does she's childlike and somehow instantly in love with the guy who decided to kidnap her? Trying to romanticize something like this is beyond problematic. Late in the film the villain gets some gross lines about how she's some sort of perfect, innocent angel, but again the film doesn't recognize that the guy we're supposed to be rooting for is into her for the same reasons.But hey, look, cameos by Alison Brie and Sean Young.
Cosmin I (us) wrote: A great concept ruined by poor execution
Muffin M (mx) wrote: In Australia this one is known as "Dolphins." High-octane romance set in the recognizable - and sometimes gritty - world of Brighton's homegrown youth, as Boy Racer gangs uneasily coexist with the Indie scene. stars Karl Davies, Lauren Steventon, Layke Anderson, Frank Harper, Roots Manuva, Gemma Baker, Jason Maza, Calum McNab and Amy Blackburn. directed by Mark Jay.
Ryan A (ca) wrote: What I got to say about "Unfaithful" is that it's a good movie. "It will hold your attention from the begin to the end." Also, I could say this movie is a predictable movie to watch as well for my opinion. The performances by the cast is good. The directing by Adrian Lyne is good. The screenplay by Alvin Sargent and William Broyles is a smartly written. Cinematography works fine in the film. Finally the score is couldn't be better. "I got to report that "Unfaithful" is a movie that can have two story line but can easily combined them both to make an interesting, engaging, and compelling story that works for a film like this. A movie that is a must see."
Jason C (mx) wrote: Not a bad movie, but not necessary either. The first Mimic was great, and the ending brought a good sense of closure. This direct-to-video sequel offers a bland storyline, poor special effects, and none of the main characters from the original. It isn't all bad however. The acting is decent for a B-movie and there is some suspense that makes the movie worthwhile. If you were a huge fan of the first "Mimic", then this one is worth at least checking out. Unfortunately is has killed any desire I might have had for seeing Mimic 3.
Leslie D (mx) wrote: Had more intentional humor then I remembered. Good stuff.
Vance F (fr) wrote: It takes FOREVER to get going. The build-up is about 20 minutes too long. Too much time is spent trying to make us care about these characters. It was marketed very poorly. So I get why it failed. However, when the action starts, when the aliens show up, I'm not ashamed to admit I was entertained as hell. It didn't try to be more than what it was, just a little entertaining action movie with a little cat/mouse chess match like drama. It was cheesy as hell when they brought in the grid system like the board game, but this was an occasion where I ate up the cheese.
Barry T (kr) wrote: Good lord this had a twist and a half and was rather silly at the same timePierce you are irish so why the weird take on an irish accent???Dreadful