Yesterday's Guys Used No Arsenic
Mara Ordaz, a former diva who lives in a mansion away from the city and sorrounded by memories together with her husband, her doctor and the person in charge of the administration of her things, decides to sell her house and return to the big city. The men do not agree with this. She will call an estate agent, a young woman who will make a change within this group of people. A chain of events will bring to an unexpected ending.
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(fr) wrote: Awesome movie. The Graphics were amazing an so were the actors best movie ever
(au) wrote: This was a very dull film. Didnt have a whole lot of direction and was hard to maintain my interest and focus on the movie. I feel like there could have been a lot more happening in the film and the acting was pretty crummy. The happenings of the film were pretty predictable. Would not watch it again. You can also see how cheap the cost of the film was and yea... theres nothing good to say about it. Garbage.
(kr) wrote: This movie was good. I had seen "Flicka", so tonight I rented "Flicka 2". I like movies with horses. Clint Black was the draw to this one. Tammin Sursok is a beauty!
(au) wrote: Invictus tells the true story of South African president, Nelson Mandela's first term in office and how he rallied his country together against their apartheid-stricken past using their popular sport, rugby and the 1995 World Cup. The film starts with Mandela being released from a 27-year prison sentence and is immediately elected as the first black president of South Africa which brings forth racial tensions and other issues which he immediately seeks to repair. Morgan Freeman is PERFECTLY cast as Mandela, completely embodying his look and persona throughout, portraying him earnestly as a flawed man; even if his accent is a bit inconsistent. Matt Damon is also stellar, playing Francois Pienaar, captain of the national rugby team, the Springboks, donning a buffer physique and prosthetic nose to look the part; he also nails the accent quite impressively. The film is directed by Clint Eastwood, who takes a reserved approach and delivers a solid, inspiring politics/sports drama that doesn't over-stay its welcome or rely on too much sappiness; even if it is a bit oscar bait-y. The film does play fast and loose with the facts, as most biopics do, but it's the central performance from Freeman, that is the glue that holds much of this film together. It's an exceptionally well-made, if unmemorable, drama that is enjoyable on pretty much every level with two great performances; but don't expect it to blow your mind.
(fr) wrote: A good family film that has everything that you could ask for, including comedy, life long lessons, an amazing amount of ex machinas, and a little bit of stupidity. However, it is still an enjoyable watch and return to form for the series!
(kr) wrote: Un bon film de drogue mais il y a deux ou trois faux-raccord impardonnable pour un cinaste de ce calibre.
(ag) wrote: Wonderful film that reminds me very much of The French Lieutenant's Woman, but with endings to the love affairs switched. Beautiful cinematography and good acting from a great cast, it's not one to me missed.
(de) wrote: Like all Ealing type comedies intelligent writing and grand acting
(jp) wrote: This is another one of my favorite films that I came across by accident, just like The Breakfast Club. I described the plot to my father and he recognized it immediately as one of his old favorites, told me the title, and we owned a copy of it within a few days. It is excellent.
(jp) wrote: A solid Mel Gibson performance, an intriguing political conspiracy thriller and a good cast of supporting actors all make a pretty entertaining film.
(ag) wrote: Cool movie with some funny moments