Cobra Verde

Cobra Verde

"Cobra Verde" (Green Snake) is a villainous bandit who is hated and feared in his homeland, Brazil. Alienated, discontent, and with little to lose, he accepts an extremely dangerous mission to reopen a slave trade with the Kingdom of Dahomey in West Africa. T

The feared bandit Cobra Verde (Klaus Kinski) is hired by a plantation owner to supervise his slaves. After the owner suspects Cobra Verde of consorting with his young daughters, the owner ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Peter P (br) wrote: Really interesting and scary Doc. about the water cycle and how we as individuals and compaines are messing with it, and that all the fresh water in the world is being bought up at alarming rates. I hope they are wrong in their thoughts, but I doubt it. As for me, it has really encouraged me to drink and buy less bottled water, and I think more people need to see this.

Anson H (us) wrote: Great framing if shots. Great colors. Camera work was brilliant. Great acting on an emotionally-charged subject as this one was. Great acting by Steve John Shepherd, John Sim and Laura Fraser. Bravo! Felt very real! :) Will watch it again this year, and spread it around.

Galle E (jp) wrote: Des paysages et une musique magnifiques

Lawrence H (nl) wrote: Home Alone 1 and 2 are Instant classics, this one didn't live up to the hype of the other two simply said.

Shannon A (br) wrote: That was such a inspiring movie

Jon O (jp) wrote: "Hello. Hello." These were the only words said by one mental patient (for many years) until Dudley Moore's character arrives at the hospital, and shakes things up. It is a romantic comedy about an ad exec who lost his grip on the advertising game, and created some crassly honest ads that got him sent to a mental hospital. "The Freak" is a horror movie for which Moore's character created an ad. It won't just scare you, it "will f**k you up for life." Somehow, this made it into the market when an agency assistant sent out Moore's work instead of his partner's (played by Paul Reiser) more tame work-ups. The ad worked, sold tickets. The agency convinced the hospitalized ad exec to get working, and he involved many of the oddball patients in his work.I put a lot of expectations aside when I saw this film, and while it was not a consistently good film, I really enjoyed it. The possibility that crass honesty would sell product appealed to me. In a ridiculous way. Ads created make fun of the reasoning for buying sports cars, and disparage cigarettes, Volvo, AT&T, bluntly encourage slobs with weight problems to do something about it, and more. On the whole, was it a great movie? No. Is it still one of my all-time favorites? In the category of implausible but endearing, yes. Honestly.

Al H (de) wrote: A Entertaining disaster movie.

Troy P (ca) wrote: This movie scared the pants off me as a child! Love it.

Bill T (ru) wrote: Despite it becoming preachy in the end, this little film is a fun secret agent, double crossing, triple, hell, even quadruple crossing movie that has some real fun twists to keep you guessing who's the good guys (British!) and who's the bad guy (Nazi!) Karloff here plays a butler to a high ranking official in the british government. But wait, who is he really? This was one of the best movies I've seen Karloff in actually. A lot of fun here.

Barrington S (nl) wrote: An excellent movie based off an excellent true story. It may be a bit predictable but it's still an enjoyable film.

Graham C (us) wrote: A much darker story in this collection of Dirty Harry. Callahan is forced to take a vacation after attempt on his life by thugs. However he is drown in a situation what seems to be brutal killings at some old local thugs in a small town. Its dirty and violent as ever however Clint Eastwood never lets you down with his one-liners."Go ahead...Make My Day"

Sandro B (kr) wrote: I ask myself what the point was of spending nearly 2 hours waiting for some interest to develop.

Isabelle W (es) wrote: um bom filme, porm muito lento (o que no deixa de ser proposital, porque um filme bem realista e triste), mas faltou um sal.