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32 dicembre torrent reviews
Akash S (nl) wrote: Witty, observant, hilarious and entertaining.The acting by the leads is commendable, good debut by Parineeti Chopra.
Nelson V (mx) wrote: a huge step up from the last two films, this one is filled with nonstop action. the only flaw is that the story is convoluted and there is almost no explanation as to why everything is happening the way it is. but it looks like it sets the stage for a climactic finale in the inevitable 6th installment, so hopefully they use that film to clear up some confusion with revelations and keep the action amped up ... and hopefully make the last film longer the way they originally thought this one was supposed to be .... these films are all 95 minutes long with the exception of the original which was 100 minutes ... can we get a resident evil finale that clocks in around 2 hours or 2 hours 15 min so there is much more to see and explaining to cover? overall, the action here is fantastic compared to the last film, but they could've done more to clear up the story .... why is wesker now assisting alice? why does he need her alive? why does he no longer work for umbrella when he was chairman and he was content with his powers and the world being in the ruins it already has been in for so long? why is he concerned with preserving what is left of humanity and fighting alongside the humans against the armies of undead and the red queen? how did the red queen return and why is this a problem for wesker when he pretty much runs umbrella? most of these questions go unanswered...but i give it 4.5 stars just because it does what it sets out to do ... create a ton of zombie and superhuman action ... the missing half a star is because these questions still linger but then again these films were never big on plot or ever meant to be big on plot.
Greg W (ag) wrote: good quirky lil drama kudos 2 wardrobe alba sure had the teacher clothes down.
Hass H (fr) wrote: Bizarre. I expect it'd be a better read (Tarantula, by Thierry Jonquet) than a viewing, but as far as Almodovars go, this one's legit.
Manu G (mx) wrote: A young drug dealer falls in love while facing disruption among the men in his gang, and being offered a career as a Reggaetn singer. Not bad at all. Very proud of this film specially because I'm from Puerto Rico. Parents don't show this movie to your kids, it's pretty violent so you have been warned. Very symbolic because we know who Daddy Yankee is and where he is now, and it showed where he came from. It was a very strong film. It's an emotional story, and it left me admiring him more as an artist. I'm glad he made this film because he is one of the first(and one of the best) Reggaeton stars, and the music would not be the same without him. I'm glad he got out of that lifestyle and brought his talent to light for the world to see because even after all these years, although it hasn't been that long, he is still holding it down. His musical style, beats, and rap represent the lifestyle and you feel that it is coming from deep within his heart and soul that makes him an original that cannot be duplicated. A misunderstood youth from the streets of Puerto Rico must choose between musical superstardom and underworld notoriety after falling for a beautiful uptown girl whose positive influence causes him to seriously consider giving up a life of crime. Edgar Dinero (Daddy Yankee) was balancing thug life with greater ambitions when he first met the girl of his dreams. In order to prevent the girl from slipping through his fingers, Dinero does his best to prevent her from discovering his true ties to the violent barrio underworld. By day, Dinero slips into the recording studio with dreams of becoming a big reggaeton star, and by night be takes to the streets to defend his turf from the most violent criminals in the city. One day, Dinero realizes he finally has the opportunity to leave his life of crime behind. Will he ever convince the corrupt cops that he's changed his ways, and will his brothers on the street find the courage to forgive him for abandoning them during their darkest hour? Now, as Dinero attempts to choose between perishing as the prince of the underworld or thriving as the king of reggaeton, he must open his ears to the beat of the barrio in order to discover his true fate.
Kurt B (nl) wrote: This thought-prvoking look at the religious struggles plaguing the Middle East transcend the historical setting depicted in the film. Well-played with fantastic cinematography.
David J (de) wrote: Guys, why so many negative reviews here? It is not a masterpiece but it is a nice paced with very beautiful scene and shots Eastwood movie. Give it a go!
Stuart F (it) wrote: It's Scientifically inaccurate but if you love brainless action movies it delivers the adrenaline pumping goods and for that you can appreciate.
Jason P (jp) wrote: Wow- how refreshing! Nary a cliche in sight. Very childlike and simple, with quirky characters and dialogue and GREAT music. How have I lived so long without having seen this yet?
Mike C (fr) wrote: Damn, I used to really be into bodybuilding. I think I peaked in 2003 around 150 lbs and about seven percent body fat. Not bad for a kid who didn't hit 100 lbs until high school.Reading the magazines in high school, I was never impressed with Arnold. The new generation seemed to have him beat pretty easily. This movie suggests otherwise. He looks pretty damn impressive in this. Cut, think, balanced. That said, it's kind of a boring flick. Arnold is very, very confident. There's not much about the diet aspect, mostly just some working out and posing. On top of that, it's hard to take them seriously at times because of the 70s hair and wardrobe. Some of it is pretty damn atrocious.Anyway, sure makes me want to workout. I don't really use free weights anymore and Arnold is right...there is something about the pump. It's not as good as sex like he says, but it's a nice feeling. I think it was Jay Cutler who said...the gains, etc are nice, but true gratification comes from ripping the seams in your polo shirt. But just a cool flashback of an old hobby of sorts. Not that I ever took it real seriously, but I read up on it a fair bit. I can still remember all the good ones...Lee Priests' forearms, Dorian Yates' back, Tom Platz' legs, and the cop Ronnie Coleman, etc.
Alvin Y (nl) wrote: Is this Four Brothers or Four bandits? Then later in the film it became three then two, I don't know. A typical decent revenge flick that has been saved by its cast. This is also from the director of Boyz in the Hood.
Chris S (mx) wrote: I have never thought any movie could be worse than Open Water. I stand corrected after suffering through this one.
Qi Z (ag) wrote: A ridiculous story but with moments of great silly jolly fun.
RonaldThomas F (kr) wrote: Everyone knows James Cagney as playing tough mobster-types. So it may come as a surprise that he was also a song-and-dance guy starring in this biopic of legendary musical composer, playwright, actor, dancer and singer George M. Cohan. Cagney also won his only Oscar for this role. Makers of the movie rushed so an ailing Cohan could see it, which he did before he died. An excellent film all the way around and perfect for all ages.