Claudio is a kind mand who works as cashier in a company for several years. Whe he finds closed the bank where he has to deposit a millon of pesetas, he decides to go to a friends party. Due to alcohol effects, he share out the money to the people who need it more. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Un ángel tuvo la culpa
Claudio, as good a man as loyal employee, arrives late to the bank to log in a outside million pesetas and with his good faith, takes it to his home waiting to submit in the afternoon. ...
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Swetha A (mx) wrote: Indulges in a lot of self 'disclosure'.
Heather M (kr) wrote: I don't get the negative reviews. I liked this movie.
Chris D (gb) wrote: If I was in an isolated motel room set with anyone other than Hawke, Leonard or Thurman, I would have checked out after the first 5 minutes...these three step up to the plate with dignified performances despite the dull premise.
Aaron G (ca) wrote: Right next to the first, the Potters bring a smile to my face with witty and laughter.
Laura R (es) wrote: powerful ending - a reminder that perhaps we should all know more about the evils of Stalin than we learn in school. This movie has some wonderful characters.
Jonathan F (ru) wrote: I don't see why everybody hates on this movie. It's actually Kevin Smith's most emotional film.
Reece L (ca) wrote: A ridiculous piece of fluff that doesn't exactly get a pass for the fact that it's aware of its ridiculousness, Bring It On is an moderately funny, light-hearted exercise in clichs that has slightly more on its mind than the average teen competition movie (although the humor is occasionally tone deaf, namely the outdated, stereotypical "black" mannerisms and the liberal use of the word "fag").
Andrew W (gb) wrote: Very close to source material, just like the previous Batman/Superman film. This time it has an amazing finale between Supergirl and Darkseid. Somebody was watching a lot of Dragonball Z before this got made.
Michael W (au) wrote: First, I believe in God. Second, this movie is really bad. I only lasted a little over an hour. I just couldn't endure any more. It looks good, but the story just feels so painfully contrived, which is unfortunate because there was real potential here to use film as a medium for debating the merits of different points of view as they relate to God, religions, tolerance, kindness, humility, etc. It could have been great, but instead it is narrow, sappy, and ostentatiously proud of itself.