April Captains

April Captains

Story of the 1974 coup that overthrew the right-wing Portuguese dictatorship--which continued the fascist policies of long-time dictator Antonio Salazar--and of two young army captains who were involved in it.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:123 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:student,   torture,   military,  

Story of the 1974 coup that overthrew the right-wing Portuguese dictatorship--which continued the fascist policies of long-time dictator Antonio Salazar--and of two young army captains who were involved in it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


April Captains torrent reviews

Inga H (ru) wrote: Ryan does what he knows, in this smarter than expected rom-com. Predictable story, but fun to watch

thomas m (it) wrote: short on odd or indie and high on convention

Robert B (es) wrote: If you like horror flicks, this fits the bill. There's a small cheese factor, but all in all not a waste of time. A fairly creepy character!

inder p (kr) wrote: Very informative film. Not the quickest paced movie however it presents alot of information to viewers that shouldn't go ignored. Everyone should see this movie.

Matthew B (nl) wrote: This movie was hated by critics and bombed at the box office, but I actually liked this movie, It's my biggest guilty pleasures of all time. The story is about a puffy fuscia rhinoceros. As Smoochy catapults to fame - scoring hit ratings and the affections of a jaded network executive Randolph makes the unsuspecting rhino the target of his numerous outrageous attempts to exact revenge and reclaim his status as America's sweetheart.The good things about this movie: The movie is a dark comedy and to me that worked, because when you got a story about Robin Williams trying to kill or ruin a kid friendly pink rhino called Smoochy, you really can't take that seriously and the movie is aware of that and takes it like a joke. Edward Norton and Robin Williams both did great in this movie. Trying to beat each other to win the kids hearts by taking some dark turns. The thing that didn't work: As I said before about the dark comedy and how it worked for me, well some scenes it lost that dark but funny tone and goes full serious at times. Some jokes didn't work for me and Danny DeVito directed this, now let me get something straight here; I don't hate Danny DeVito directing in this movie or any other movies that he did, his a good actor and a good director, but everybody can agree that most of his films allow on awkward close ups of actors looking straight into the camera or goofy and weird scenes with characters doing awkward stuff, all that is is this movie and let me tell you it's not pretty.Overall it's not a perfect movie but to me it's a lot of fun, but it's not for everybody, but if you want some cheesy, goofy fun than Smoochy is your film.

Deb S (br) wrote: This time around, the disfigured anti-hero Peyton Westlake (portrayed by "Mummy" actor Arnold Vosloo) continues to live in the City's sewer system, hiding his horridly scarred face and working on his synthetic skin. He locks horns with evil crime-lord Peter Rooker (played in a brilliantly over-the-top performance by Jeff Fahey), but when he finds himself double crossed by a doctor whom he assumed was going to help him out on his skin regeneration formula, he seeks revenge the only way he knows how, using his synthetic skin to impersonate Rooker's henchmen and changing his voice to sound like theirs. Darkman 3 gives us a new villain in the form of Jeff Fahey who's into marketing steroids. He is also a lousy husband and father and soon Westlake who believed he lost the ability to love, begins to have sympathetic feelings for Rooker's wife and daughter who he feels sorry for since they are treated by dirt.

Kd A (mx) wrote: Just have to say that in 1975 Martin Sheen was the hottest mental patient I've ever seen. This movie deserves a remake.Anyone who appreciates Samuel Taylor Coleridge or 1970's made for TV movies starring Linda Blair...well this one is for you, my friend.

Greg W (es) wrote: year s/b 1947 not 2003 very good noir pic.

Marita C (nl) wrote: Is funny and I always like movies filmed in New York but you can wait to see it on video

Kevin R (mx) wrote: What is this, some Japanese manga or a Luc Besson film?A rich man who inherited his father's fortune and was kicked out of the country resides in Los Angeles and has eccentric desires when it comes to sex. His desires are kept under-wraps due to money. One day the young man rapes a competitor's wife and cripples the competitor to make a point. The competitor purchases a young woman and has her trained to infiltrate the man's sex exploitation ring and kill him."She is barely fuckable. We can't train her to do anything exciting."Kurando Mitsutake, director of Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf and the upcoming Karate Kill, delivers Gun Woman. The storyline for this picture is entertaining and contains gore, intense shootouts, and a worthwhile character and story that evolves well. The acting is very solid and the characters are portrayed perfectly."Enjoy every bit of this fine lady."This was recently added to Netflix so I had to add it to the queue. I enjoyed this more than I anticipated and the action scenes and characters turned out very solid. I recommend this to action and gore junkies. "Money is the best rag to clean shit."Grade: C+

Collin P (de) wrote: I usually don't like cartoons but this was something good. Like Dark Knight! Great Movie!

Arthur R (es) wrote: Warm, witty and genuinely funny. The characters are crazy but utterly believable and while the story has aspects of cliche, the clash of cultures and a bunch of good performances overcome it thoroughly.Resonant Line: "Aunt Voula: What do you mean he don't eat no meat? Oh, that's okay. I make lamb."