Bad Education

Bad Education

Two children, Ignacio and Enrique, know love, the movies and fear in a religious school at the beginning of the 1960s. Father Manolo, director of the school and its professor of literature, is witness to and part of these discoveries. The three are followed through the next few decades, their reunion marking life and death.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:106 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Spanish,Latin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   blackmail,   actor,  

An examination on the effect of Franco-era religious schooling and sexual abuse on the lives of two longtime friends. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bad Education torrent reviews

Swayamdeep S (mx) wrote: Indignation is a beautiful period drama. Beautiful characters , beautiful dialogues and beautiful cinematography. Script is great. The film focuses on less characters but they have great depth. Spoiler alertJames Meisner (Logan Lerman) is a straight A student. He is a logical thinker. He is not in tune with his emotions and cant understands others emotion. Olivia has qualities opposite to him. She can read Messner well. She knows exactly what he is thinking. She has troubles with herself. ///// Rewatch and write again

Chad B (jp) wrote: This is a great film about ghosts. Ghosts of our past that inflect themselves in our current lives. We chase and ponder and struggle with the whereabouts of said ghost and transmit to the universe that maybe just maybe our lives would have turned out different. The what ifs abound in chasing the past, rather than singing in this moment. We throw away the record of that person, when really it just needs to be filed away and occasionally visited. The cast was great, the writing, albeit a little scattered and dry was still entertaining. This is a glimpse into a life, maybe its our life, maybe a friends life, who knows. I was easily able to identify and relate to the characters in this story much like my own life. If you appreciate music, love and your past, then maybe you will be able to identify with this fun and entertaining film. Otherwise, maybe this isn't your tune.

Dave J (kr) wrote: Wednesday, January 8, 2013 (2012) Resident Evil: Damnation COMPUTER ANIMATION/ ADULT SCIENCE FICTION The animation is similar to what one can find if anyone has played the video game. Financed by "Capcom" the company where the Resident Evil games originally derived from. It'd make sense that they would be involved into the making and release of this film since the live action series starring Milla Jovovich has been performing well for director Paul W.S. Anderson. And it's also ironic that this animation version is probably the best "Resident Evil" movie so far since it contains many elements that's never been shown before. The synopsis centers on the futuristic part of Russia with Agent Leon going rogue when he was asked to abandon mission. He doesn't but continues to investigate as he's in the middle of a female Russian gov't clashing with some rebels. As far as I know, their was supposed to be a peace treaty with the rebels except that some valuable resource has been located onto the rebels property. Then the next thing you know they started to clash again but this time toxic chemicals that are applied with devastating results which can turn people into zombies. Viewers would be made to be aware that the chemicals had something to do with the female government herself. The plot may be confusing but if it's watched with the 'close captioning' on then the structure regarding the story is going to start to make sense, and director Paul W.S. Anderson should be taking notes. 3 out of 4 stars

Nina G (au) wrote: the story is full of clichs, but i have to give kudos to zombie-god George Romero's seed Cameron for bitches getting skinned, pretty awesome gore effects and the 1st kill that made me go WTF/YAY!?! :D

Carrieann S (fr) wrote: I like Ethan Embry but how did he get top billing?!?!?

Dallys M (ru) wrote: They shouldnt make a second part of a totaly great movie as it was Cinderella, it ruins the magic...didnt like the story, absolutely boring...

leo u (de) wrote: deeply touching and romantic.woman obsessed with cooking find meaning in life though a child.

J K (de) wrote: Good lord Corey Feldman, how far off the tree you've fallen. Meatballs 4??? Go ahead and just shoot yourself. Please.

Maksim B (gb) wrote: An inferior sequel to the legendary original 1987 release, Predator 2 is a logical continuation of what turns out to be one of the longest-surviving franchises (a new Predator movie is scheduled for release in 2018). Even though it lacks Arnold Schwarzenegger's charm, and it unsuccessfully tries to be more complex in terms of a plotline, the second installment offers enough bloody action sequences and more of the terrifying but cool alien hunter to satisfy the hardcore fans of the franchise. Set in the mid 90s (meaning looking into the future, if considered from the 1990's point of view), the movie shows a Los Angeles that has become a violent mayhem and a home to merciless drug cartels. Amidst this war on the streets, Lt. Mike Harrigan (Danny Glover) and his team of police officers find themselves involved in the investigation of the mysterious killings of different drug cartel members. Pretty soon it becomes clear that Mike is facing an enemy which has changed his "safari" spots from the Latin American jungles to the streets of L.A. . The inevitable comparisons with the original movie are certainly not in favor of the sequel. All the charm is lost and on top of that the story is unnecessary complicated with poor sub-plot lines. In addition to this, Danny Glover is not quite the leading actors one would expect to see in this movie. Luckily for the fans of the franchise, the action is still at excellent levels and more importantly there is more of the "predator". There is more information about him, more details about him and the final scene is a cult one as it sets the foundations for the franchise extension that have come since 1990. In conclusion, Predator 2 is a lesser delivery than the original Arnold Schwarzenegger-vehicle. It tries to compensate with more violence and more bloody sequences in the middle of the urban settings and it partially succeeds. If you are a fan of the franchise, you will love it, simply because it's more of the same (add-up the nostalgic factor as well ), but if you are a neutral viewer who has seen the Predator and did not like, you'd better skip Predator 2.

Claudia J (gb) wrote: Lot's of fun and good cinematography. I can sometimes hear Tom Selleck's voice screaming "You killed my Dorothy!"

Alex G (ca) wrote: The film begs us to ask the question, what is insanity during times of war. Questions are repeated throughout and absurdity grows with the horrors around our lead. Like a fever dream we are cast into semblance of reality, by way of MASH, that becomes an inescapable nightmare similar to THE PRISONER. This is BRAZIL during WWII and I was blown away and swept into its insanity.

Mike L (ru) wrote: A typical movie they would show on a UHF channel during a Saturday afternoon. Lacks the style of most other Harryhausen movies and follows the formula of the alien invasion movies during the Cold War. It is fun to see how odd the aliens walk adding to the B-movie quality.

Ifiok O (jp) wrote: Some of the talented people who were assembled for this movie were wasted here, especially actress Jennifer Connelly. A lot of the plot involves her character, yet we spend little time with her. The story itself seems uninspired, and in the end, it seemed more like a chore to watch it than a thrill.

Luxo J (mx) wrote: At first, it's pretty enjoyable and funny, but later on I found it quite pretty easy to get distracted. The performances were alive the whole way through though. I don't think that this will easily be remembered and at least not remembered as an all-time great comedy.