Renata is a young high-class girl and Ulises is a poor guy. They both fall in love, but they must fight against everyone, specially Renata's rich parents, who want to stop their love by ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Amar te duele
Renata is a young high-class girl and Ulises is a poor guy. They both fall in love, but they must fight against everyone, specially Renata's rich parents, who want to stop their love by ...
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Dave B (gb) wrote: ...nearly 16 pounds of coal are burned each day for every man, woman, and child in the US...
Girija G (au) wrote: nice love story... no dishoom dishoom.. near reality..
Eric R (fr) wrote: What starts out as a relatively standard Johnnie To action film quickly becomes a tale of karma deeply rooting in buddist principles. This is a film that is pretty much impossible to place in a specific genre. It's an action/comedy/drama/super-hero/philosophical film about an Jacked up ex-monk turned exotic dancer who has a gift for seeing Karma happening. He meets a young female police officer and begins to help her catch a murderer on the loose. Yea, the story is definitely unique and different, and for the most part its fun. About halfway through the film it kinda changes from comedy/super-hero/fantasy to more a serious philosophical drama becoming a buddist parable. To's style is very much in tact; but its definitely different than most of his films. I enjoyed it, but I just didnt find myself nearly as interested in the second half philosophical section as I did in the campy, violent, comedic first section.
JJ L (nl) wrote: i actually liked this. nothing crazy.....but the southwest small town setting adds a very relic feel that works perfect with the pacing. i've always been a fan of val kilmer and amy smart can be so seductively hot sometimes.
Matthew L (ru) wrote: Yeah, I fell asleep a few times.
Tom S (kr) wrote: It's hard to know how seriously Jarmusch takes any of this-one doesn't find much emotional weight in the French character-but Whitaker's performance magnetizes.
Oscar O (au) wrote: triste , dura y mas tristeuna perra soberbia actriz
THOMAS S (es) wrote: With this movie it was not a bad little bronson flick - the PG rating hurts it some though. Still its CHARLIE!!
Tim S (kr) wrote: Time Walker (AKA Being From Another Planet) is one of those movies that can be halfway enjoyable if you allow it to be, but it's simply just not a great movie at all. It has a lot of problems, mainly the way it was shot. The mummy, or the alien if you will, can barely be seen in close-ups, and they show it in A LOT of close-ups, so you're never quite sure what you're looking at. The cast itself is lackluster, including a very depressed-looking Ben Murphy, and Nina Axelrod is barely recognizable, let alone memorable. So the movie has its shortcomings, but I wouldn't recommend it outright anyway. I'd instead recommend the Mystery Science Theater 3000 take on the movie for sure, as it's much more entertaining by comparison.
Nellie K A (gb) wrote: Need to see this version too. I read the book. Fashion was made popular by this book that kids hated the fashion and they probably blamed on the author. The parents, especially mothers found it cute (fashion).
Ethan F (mx) wrote: Surprisingly good. I'd watch Vivien Leigh read a newspaper, though.
Nate W (ag) wrote: "Footlight Parade" wouldn't even qualify as a musical were it not for the handful of Busby Berkeley numbers at the end. They're all one-of-a-kind, but they're not worth sitting through the first hour of the film, which is just too talky and uninteresting.