How did a poor Mexican scuba diver get to marry an American top model? What was she looking for when she drove a convertible from New York to Acapulco with her 3 year old son? What happened to that white freckly boy who grew up in a world that reminded him everyday that he was a foreigner? Using a legendary shark hunt in the late seventies as our story’s core, we will meet the Martinez Sidney family and discover the secrets of their peculiar past. They will also show us a different view of the Mexican-American experience.
A visual incursion into the troubles psyche of a young boy whose unstable and manipulative mother committed suicide in front of him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: Amazing movie worth watching, wonderful songs, great acting and a great story
(ca) wrote: This was a good move. It makes you think about the things that people do and don't want anyone to know about it.
(ru) wrote: This is one of the funniest movies i have ever seen and even though its a romcom its so amazing
(us) wrote: A bunch of stuff happens. It's a quality film, but I'm not sure if I can properly explain what happens. It's about corruption in the oil business, that's all I can definitely say.
(au) wrote: Malo me u ovom filmu smetalo sto je sve nekako bilo nabacano na brzinu, svo to pocetno upoznavanje i iskrice su bile bezvezno odradene. Voljela bih da su malo vise paznje tome posvetili, da se mogla osjetiti strast i preko ekrana. Moram priznati da je dobar koncept i svida mi se produkcija, ostalo je so-so
(nl) wrote: Hello Guy Ritchie and thank you for coming....please.please stay around.Slick,twisted and clever.
(au) wrote: EK machchhar haaaaaaaaaaaa good cocept with so much masala nana is good
(mx) wrote: Red Sorghum is a 1987 Chinese film about a young woman's life working on a distillery for sorghum liquor. It is based on a novel by Mo Yan. The film marked the directorial debut of internationally acclaimed filmmaker Zhang Yimou, and the acting debut of film star Gong Li. With its lush and lusty portrayal of peasant life, it immediately vaulted Zhang to the forefront of the Fifth Generation directors.
(jp) wrote: Probably takes some liberties in telling a true news story from the 80s, but does it with such a charm and big heart that you can't help but like the result. Of course that's somewhat predictable, but the decent cast and lovable message make it work. They didn't make films like that for a while, but sometimes this is exactly what you need on a dark winter afternoon. Kids will love it, for sure.
(ru) wrote: Fracture stars Anthony Hopkins and Ryan Gosling and is about a court case where Hopkins killes his wife and Gosling is the prosecuting lawyer. First off the acting here is stupendous, the two leads make for a great duo and their chemistry is palpable. There is a real sense of tension and fear for Goslings character, and the trials he faces feel like life and death. Hopkins is cunning and manipulating, it feels like he is in control for much of this film. The plot is actually quite unlikely, but it there were some scenarios where it felt plausible at times. I liked the ending, but it felt to me like there could've been more information given to the audience. All in all, despite major liberties taken with the plot, Fracture is a solid time viewing with two mesmerizing performances that puts an audience in the moment, and definitely makes up for the unlikeliness of the situation.
(es) wrote: It is fabulously acted, but for me the second half engaged me, while in the first I felt too conscious of a whole lot of setting up happening.
(au) wrote: An engrossing biography, one that has plenty of presence with Chadwick Boseman's recreation of the soul and funk singer, although one that depicts a dictator when it comes to managing his own music.
(mx) wrote: First thing first it's a Hangover film without the Hangover, Which straight away is completely different to the first two, I must admit after reading allot of negative comments I watched it expecting the worst, But i'ts not nearly as bad as you think, Ok it's more of a crime film than a comedy but there's some funny bits and allot of fun to be had, A good story to tie in with the first two and just like the first two it's Zach Galifianakis and Ken Keong that provide the laughs, Not as good as the first two but still very underrated.
(nl) wrote: Unapologetic B movie, barebones storyline is just an excuse for spectacular martial arts (which seems more acrobatic than practical!) display from Adkins and his opponents. Enjoyed it because it's largely set in Thailand and Myanmar.
(au) wrote: KEY LARGO isn't a movie that "pops" as a classic, but it's a good one with some great performances in the supporting cast.