Voyage to Nowhere

Voyage to Nowhere

The Iniesta-Galván family is a theatre company that goes from town to town offering its performances. Over the years, its members will have to adapt to changes and make decisions, like that of whether or not to continue performing. One day, unexpectedly, a son that he has fathered on his travels presents himself to Carlos Galván.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1986
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:theater,   spain,   comedian,  

The movie tells the story of a family of commediants that work in the towns of Spain during the 40's and 50's. Life gets very taugh for them since they cannot compete any longer with the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ross H (de) wrote: A really nice little movie from a first time director doing a feature length film. Gary Lundgren did a great job with the story about a junior college student who continually tries out for the baseball team but comes up short. The reason? He's really not that good but man he has the biggest heart for baseball around. Will this year be any different? Maybe Coach Little (Steve Zahn) will have a change of heart this year. A great supporting cast around the lead character Calvin (played by I swear John Cusack's younger brother Alex Frost!). I really don't know if I've seen Steve Zahn act any better than this movie right here. To any doubters out there thinking the guy couldn't act (which is ridiculous by the way) this should shut 'em up. A truly great performance from the man. We see also a nice developing relationship between Calvin and Tori, the standout volleyball player with major college potential nicely played by Michelle Lombardo. Yes I know we've seen this little story before but do yourself a favor if you like baseball movies and Steve Zahn. Check this movie out. Very nice debut!

Jos C (au) wrote: Una pelicula violenta, realista, transgresora y necesaria. La mejor que he visto en mucho tiempo

Jayden (de) wrote: I heard it aint good!

Miriam G (us) wrote: By and large a very good adaptation, leaving the text almost entirely whole and unviolated, as it should be. The performances are good all around, particularly Laertes. David Tennant's Hamlet is generally very good, but I felt that at times he slipped out of actually playing the part and just went into craziness shtick or routine.

Tom K (kr) wrote: Evilspeak is one of the most boring Horror movies i've ever seen! when i heard that the movie was about a tormented youngster who uses a computer and spells from the occult to take revenge on his bullies i was hoping on allot of creative death scenes, a kick ass finally and an all around well paste movie...what i got was ron howard being bullied for an hour and ten minutes, a view badly edited, uncreative death scenes and a weak ending...this movie sucks eggs

Paul L (es) wrote: This is just a movie to see. My whole family loves it

Rick R (gb) wrote: This is the benchmark for video editing. Great film.

Thomas B (de) wrote: Grade - A'Sing Street' is just as good, if not better, than everyone is saying it is. It's got everything. Great direction, emotive, heartfelt dialogue and the best soundtrack of the year. Add to that brilliant performances, with a surprise standout from Jack Reynor in a supporting role, and it's easily the best movie I've seen all year.