Who is Dayani Cristal?

Who is Dayani Cristal?

An anonymous body in the Arizona desert sparks the beginning of a real-life human drama. The search for identity leads us back across a continent to seek out the people left behind and the meaning of a mysterious tattoo.

An anonymous body in the Arizona desert sparks the beginning of a real-life human drama. The search for identity leads us back across a continent to seek out the people left behind and the meaning of a mysterious tattoo. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Who is Dayani Cristal? torrent reviews

Richard J (us) wrote: Perhaps the most atrociously-acted, worst-scripted movie I have seen since, "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls". Even with this poor script, decent actors could have timed their phrases to add meaning and depth. Instead, we wait in vain for at least one character to emerge who can convince us this utter drivel might have a slice of story, authenticity, feeling, hidden wisdom... anything. But, no, I'm sorry, we are doomed to witness the death of all that could have brought this wonderful and amazing tale of mythology the respect it deserves to the screen. In short; it stinks. It is, in fact, as bad as "The Legend of Hercules", or possibly (and this is really hard to achieve), worse!

Natale R (de) wrote: Amazing colors and score make this movie almost too realistic at times! I didn't read the book so can't make any comparisons but love the chemistry between Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Fares Fares.

Tiberio S (kr) wrote: High emotional stakes. Ending miswritten, nothing left for Franco to do. Nice character arcs for McAdams and Ryder. Cyrus gang comes and goes too simply. Effective pacing and photography.

Phil T (fr) wrote: Oddly interesting with strong performances, but walks the line of many genres and it never falls firmly into one

Brian R (kr) wrote: Great, Great movie with a few messages.

Becky B (es) wrote: good movie. I really enjoyed it!!

Cameron R (it) wrote: It's been so long since I've seen this, the reason I wanted to see it as a kid was because it had aragorn in it, Viggo mortensen is a really great actor and this is a really fun western action/adventure flick

Ryan P (mx) wrote: 3 hours of madness, loved it!

Eric R (jp) wrote: Fantastic Voyage's plot is one that has been referenced and/or adapted frequently. It concerns a group of men and one lady who agree to participate in a mission where they shrink themselves to minuscule levels so they can travel through a dying man's bloodstream and destroy a blood-clot which otherwise was unreachable. The film doesn't take much time setting things up but rather ops to dive right into the meat of the story, letting the viewer learn about the situation along with the main protagonist Grant. In fac the first 5-6 minutes of the film may be my favorite part, as it's dialogue free and features fantastic opening credits and a nice, sense of foreboding importance. The real highlight of this film is the production design and art direction. The film has some lavish sets, that really make the entire film come alive. The visual effects definitely deserve a mention as well, especially for the time period. The filmmakers of the film must have had a lot of enthusiasm about showing the wonder of the human body and it really comes through in the film, which i quite frankly found inspiring. The mission crew is rather laughably archetypes, from the manly soldier (Grant) to the eye candy who serves no other real purpose (Raquel Welch) but I wouldn't say it matters all that much in this film.

Joe C (ru) wrote: First intended to be Charlie Chaplin's first full-on talkie before he realized it would be unbefitting to hear The Tramp's voice, Modern Times is his part slapstick, part pointed observation on the far-reaching effects of modern industrialization. The Great Depression was an appropriate setting for the tale of a hapless assembly line worker who suffers nervous breakdowns and multiple misunderstandings that leads to multiple stints at the local jail. However, like most of Chaplin's films the dark definitions get lost in their own subtlety and Chaplin's still-funny onscreen antics. Things get even brighter when Paulette Goddard enters as the homeless woman who joins The Tramp in his fight for survival, as her tomboyish persona melds perfectly and gives the shot of upbeat attitude that cements Modern Time's legendary status. Everything, from The Tramp being fed through a maze of cogs, to the gibberish musical number, to the final title card (the last title card from the silent era) are the stuff classics are made of.

Phylicia C (es) wrote: This movie brought me to tears.?? Another great moving musical.

Brandon W (jp) wrote: Zero Dark Thirty is directed by Kathryn Bigelow, and it stars Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Kyle Chandler, and Mark Strong in a thriller film about the search for Bin Laden in many years until it finally lead to his defeat. When director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal created this film, I remember being excited for the first time, and loved it when I first saw it, even if it wasn't what I expected of it. Since I reviewed The Hurt Locker, which was better than I remembered it, I figured that I should watch this again to see if the opinion is the same, or if it's very overrated, but since you already saw the score that I got, you already know what I thought of it. This was the first film that I've seen of Jessica Chastain, and she was fantastic in it, and so is Jason Clarke, whom I also never seen until now. The plot is really good and it takes advantage of its long running time with great dialogue from Mark Boal's script. The characters are good, even though I would've like to know more about the characters as I barely know anything about them besides of their optimism to get Osama Bin Laden. There are a lot of well known cast members in here, and they all give a great performance here. The movie does a good job of portraying how tired and irritating it is that they can't find the guy until many years later when they found them. When it gets to the last 20 minutes of it, the movie gets really tense, it's smart of what the soldiers have to do, and the action is realistically tense to watch. Even though Zero Dark Thirty has more problems that I come up with than The Hurt Locker, I enjoyed it just as much as that and I would love to see another film from the same director and same writer.

Lee M (de) wrote: Positively explodes with a surfeit of pent-up creative energy that unfortunately doesn't know when to stop.