Crimenes de Lujuria

Crimenes de Lujuria

Arturo Bolaño is a mediocre insurance salesman who loves women, booze and any short cut he can find to Easy Street. He thinks he's found it with the beautiful Rebeca Solis, the wife of the...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Crimenes de Lujuria 2011 full movies, Crimenes de Lujuria torrents movie

Arturo Bolaño is a mediocre insurance salesman who loves women, booze and any short cut he can find to Easy Street. He thinks he's found it with the beautiful Rebeca Solis, the wife of the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Crimenes de Lujuria torrent reviews

GB B (gb) wrote: LOVED it! What an emotional experience!

Ryan C (ru) wrote: it was ok some parts are iffy others are ok nothing significant

Tina O (au) wrote: Love it, of course...

Alison C (fr) wrote: It's not terribly un-clever in it's use of irony and other little details. It's just so painful to watch. I have a hard time watching comedies where people dig their own graves or purposely try and make someone else miserable/ruin their life and this movie is both of those. I think the only two good things about this movie is Katheryn Hahn and when McConaughey takes his shirt off.

Robert R (ca) wrote: Fans of "This Is Spinal Tap," "Waiting For Guffman," or the entirety of the mockumentary genre will likely enjoy this stalwart piece from the master of deadpan himself - Christopher Guest. Though some of the more understated comedic moments may be a bit of an acquired taste, there's no denying the true improvisational talent behind this engaging cast.

Caesar B (es) wrote: Much like in the original, the animation is bad, as is the story, voice acting, jokes, soundtrack and basicly everything else that makes a movie. This time around they added some computer graphics, but that just seems to make it worse. However, just like the original it's surprisingly entertaining, there's a quality to it I can't define, a bit like looking at a bar fight from a distance.

Otto E (fr) wrote: Funny as all hell. If my mind wasn't already twisted, I might be a bit terrified of this. This movie really surprised me.

Jessica L (mx) wrote: demasiado para mi... ufff

bill s (jp) wrote: Good script but bad direction.

Steve S (de) wrote: This movie really Rocks. Guarenteed to make you feel good when its done.

Andi W (it) wrote: this movie makes my heart happy :)

Tim S (ru) wrote: Master of the House (AKA Du skal re din hustru, or Thou Shalt Honour Thy Wife in English) tells the story of a Danish family with a tyrannical father figure whose persona causes much discontent in an unhappy home. Soon his thoughtlessness and carelessness are used against him as he is made to endure what the women and children in his life have endured at the cruel command of himself, which is the only way that he can get his wife back and that the family can become whole once again. Carl Theodor Dreyer directed the film in 1925 before his success with his films The Passion of Joan of Arc and Vampyr (both of which audiences are more familiar with). This film was a major success when it was released in Denmark, but not so much in the United States. The strange thing about its release abroad is that when it was distributed outside of Denmark, the intertitles were changed and didn't make use of translations from Danish. Not only that, but all of the characters' names were changed to be more accepted by English-speaking audiences. I wouldn't go so far as to call it a masterpiece from beginning to end. Despite being a marvelous film that should hold one's interest all the way through quite powerfully, I found the subject matter oversimplified and a bit out of date. One also can't deny that it basically drags at times, hitting the nail over the head of an idea or a story mechanic that really should have moved on from two or three minutes sooner. Regardless of all of that, it's still a beautiful film, told by an innovative storyteller. It may not throw you any curve balls or leave you with any sense of awe, but it's damn fine cinema.