Una moglie bellissima

Una moglie bellissima

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Una moglie bellissima torrent reviews

Jeff L (mx) wrote: The animation is stunning. And it will give you the feels.

Dimity P (mx) wrote: It was a typical (kinda stupid) children's movie but its heart was in the right place.

Jos C (es) wrote: La mejor de la serie

James W (ru) wrote: I always sort of liked this movie. But watching it now I realise the best thing about it is the musical score by the late Jerry Goldsmith. There's better special effects in a made for SyFy movie. To give an illusion an earthquake is happening they seem to just shake the camera.

Daniel P (ca) wrote: Fantastic performances all round but its Michael Keaton who steals the show.

Miguel C (kr) wrote: Completely ruining the original myth by having the main character be completely unsympathetic and including a love triangle with death, this is the perfect example of how complete artistic freedom doesn't necessarily make a great movie. And just like The Third Man, this movie garners so much praise from critics with not a single good thing to say about the actual story. Cocteau has made better movies than this.

Kevin M W (nl) wrote: Gibson plays a Yankee con artist/thief thrown into a Mexican prison: level 1. Gibson plays the type of action star of a Hollywood con movie, wherein he is smarter, better than anyone else, and letting the audience in on the action so that they can feel as if they are smarter, better than anyone else: level 2. Gibson is a disgraced Hollywood star (he said Jews are bad in a town run by Jews) attempting to slick his way back into good graces by producing a golden egg, because they can't resist gold ...The location and the immersion in the Latino culture is refreshing, the look at Mexican prisons informative. The plot: predictable. S'okay, but nothing to write about on Rotten Tomatoes about.

Sam B (es) wrote: This is a hilarious and awesome quintessential 80s film. This will become required viewing in all American history classes. Mark my words.01.09.098th Film of 2009