Cirque du Soleil: Corteo
Corteo, which means "cortege" in Italian, is a joyous procession, a festive parade imagined by a clown. The show brings together the passion of the actor with the grace and power of the acrobat to plunge the audience into a theatrical world of fun, comedy and spontaneity situated in a mysterious space between heaven and earth.
- Stars:Mauro Mozzani, Igor Issakov, Sean Lomax, Valentyna Pahlevanyan, Grigor Pahlevanyan, Victorino Luján, Paul Bisson, Estelle Esse, Marie-Michelle Faber, Helena Sadanha, Evelyne Allard, Julie Dionne, Omar Cortes, Edi Moreno Barata, Mitchell Head,
- Director:Jocelyn Barnabé, Danielle Finzi Pasca, Jacques Méthé, Line Tremblay,
- Writer:Guy Laliberté (script and quote selection), Danielle Finzi Pasca (creator)
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Cirque du Soleil: Corteo torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Completely unbelievable, but full of stylish violence and some fun characters, plus the brothers had good chemistry.
(jp) wrote: Great overview of the influence of this genre on mainstream movies.
(es) wrote: A very entertaining movies! All the actors were great and hilarious~ Love lOve love
(it) wrote: I saw this movie in 10th grade. The details have blurred a bit for me over the past six years, but I distinctly remembering how much I loved this movie and wanted to own it. I thought it was beautiful and poignant and something I'd love for years. I plan to buy this as soon as my paycheck comes in.
(ru) wrote: A nice collection of short stories - each having some message to convey. My favorites were the Aids sequence, the sequence involving Neha Dhupia and Mahesh Manjrekar, the Gubbare sequence, and ofcourse the beach sequence.
(jp) wrote: a good children's movie but not the best
(es) wrote: Um...pretty good. Good acting and all that, and the plot is certainly odd and enjoyable. The moral of the story is don't kill animals, just kill people if they deserve it. The step father acts in the last half hour of the film in ways that don't make any sense, especially in his demise. I must also add that I get tired of movies where the main character goes on about how perfect nature is and how bad people are (i.e. Instinct). What this guy doesn't get is that animals kill each other all the time, for food or for territory, or no apparent reason at all, that some animals need to eat dead animals to survive (so burying them only hurts animals), and that feeding mice and cockroaches so they don't 'steal' from you is really only going to increase the population of these creatures until they will steal from you. These mentalities are only fit for 'against the man' high school children and for environmentalists who have never stepped foot outside or read a book about how violent and unfair nature is. Ok, the end.
(fr) wrote: Unbeleivably bad actioneer with a laughably ham-fisted environmental message; How do we stop oil companies from polluting? Let's blow up their refinery of course. WHile I have quickly come to detest Steven Seagal, when the bullets are flying and his mouth is closed, one can look past his total inability to act.
(mx) wrote: Robin Williams has done it again what a great movie and a good Comedy that will make you laugh hard!!!a great movie to see!!
(it) wrote: hanky panky??? wah! Gol Maal is a great movie, iconic piece from the time and the genre. It will be hard to argue with me about what you didn't like in this movie. You see, I grew up watching this movie. Now only Flixster had "Chupke Chupke" in their database too. :(
(kr) wrote: One of Martin Scorsese's earlier movies and you feel it when u watch it but still its very solid despite that throughout the whole movie. Its a mafia crime story taken place in NY of course with a young De Niro and Harvey Keitel in nice performances as we are used to see from both of them. Im a huge of Martin Scorsese's flicks so it was fun grabbing this one aswell.
(us) wrote: A wonderfully crafted movie by Nimoy who finally gets to show his skill behind the camera. His knowledge of the characters and the franchise really help push this movie in to my top ten favorites. The story is thought provoking and just as pertinent now as it was in 1986. Another interesting angle to this movie is as times goes by and the 80's get further away from us. We can't help but feel a little like the intrepid crew. As we peer back in to the past at San Fransisco on the 80's. Star Trek IV uses a minimal level of effects and embodies what many fans enjoy most about the franchise. It's ability to tell a good thought provoking story. Something which was sadly lost in the most recent "Into Darkness" movie. Which seems to replace a good story for an excess of CGI, lens flares and poor dialogue.
(kr) wrote: "Hardly worthy of being called a suspense-thriller." Much to my disappointment, as the trailer portraid quite an intriguing story, I was left rolling my eyes and stopping the film, midway. Thumbs down.
(it) wrote: David Morrissey is an amazing actor (IMO) and he should have had a better role