De tu ventana a la mía

De tu ventana a la mía

Interwoven emotions and struggles of three women of different generations aiming to build the lives they desire, their own future, love and dreams. All of them lose the love of their lives ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rape,   prison,   wig,  

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Bryan G (es) wrote: I'm kind of on an Asylum fix right now, probably because of the stupid fun that Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus turned out to be, and I've been watching a couple titles from this studio over the past few days. War of the Worlds caught my attention because I love the novel so much and was interested in seeing what Asylum was going to do with it. Turned out they did very little. But that film must have done decently with sales and rentals because there was a sequel made to it, with C. Thomas Howell not only returning as the star of the film but also its director. I kind of feel sorry for Howell that his career has sunk to this level, but he seems to be having fun working for Asylum. War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave takes place two years after the events of the previous film. George Herbert's (Howell) wife has apparently died, so he and his son Alex (Dashiell Howell) live a quiet life in their remotely located home. George is still terrified that the aliens will return again and finish what they started, and it turns out his worries were legitimate. And for whatever reason why they attacked us in the first place, the aliens are here once again to blow the hell out of everything in sight. It's funny, apparently things like canned food are hard to come by in the two years after the first assault but there was enough money to completely rebuild cities? I'm guessing that Asylum is now a place for former celebrities of the 1980's and 90's to feel needed once again. C. Thomas Howell was involved with some pretty memorable movies during the 80's, and joining him for his journey in War of the Worlds 2 is Christopher 'Kid' Reid. That's right, Kid from Kid 'n Play (the hip-hop group primarily known for the House Party films) is one of Earth's last heroes. Okay, I'm being needlessly mean there. Reid, like Howell, isn't that bad in the film. Their acting isn't anything truly impressive, but both Howell and Reid are pretty strong with their performances in this film. The special effects continue to be limited, but this time around they are better developed. The machines that the aliens use are a lot better looking than in the last film, but the battle sequences are still weak. At times the film felt like it was trying to be a bit like Roland Emmerich's Independence Day. There was some sort of space battle in The Next Wave that if it actually progressed into an all out space battle I would have enjoyed watching, but it slips into this confusing alternate reality situation that our heroes find themselves in. I guess there just wasn't the budget to animate a complete space battle, but having the characters in an alternate reality that looks like the alleyway behind an abandoned factory was more affordable. Oh, the roads not taken. War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave is a bad movie, but it is better than the first War if the Worlds Asylum put out. I'm guessing that while this isn't substantial work, C. Thomas Howell is taking it seriously regardless of the film's lack of merit. I'm sure that many would laugh at that, but I actually appreciate it if it's true. While still clunky of a film, I'd say that there is still some effort being put into this film that makes it not as terrible as the majority of the films from Asylum tend to be.

Hans L (us) wrote: One of the most successful manga adaption movie ever. The adaption stayed very true to the manga with some amazing screenplay.

Stephen B (jp) wrote: 100 minutes watching boring people doing not very much in a rather lively setting.

Bob B (mx) wrote: Definately worth watching if you are a Born Again Christian or between 14-21 years old.

Yuri B (ru) wrote: This was... it was... man listen... you should see this film at least once... & read the book as well... I will be.

Kieran L (es) wrote: One of the better films about siblings, just don't go in expecting a rom com. RIP Curtis Hanson

Aidan S (au) wrote: A very underrated comedy that needs more recognition

Stian D (br) wrote: Totalt uinteressant og langdryg film om tufsar fr overklassen under WWII.To be avoided, indeed.

Beth S (kr) wrote: OMG! I loved those books!

Allen O (it) wrote: Not a bad movie. My go to bedtime movie.

Little B (it) wrote: High realism and convincing staging lead the viewer to empathize completely with the protagonist and his desperate attempt to get out of trouble. Compelling and original.

Grant W (nl) wrote: "Willow"?...uhm...oh yeah, now I remember (sort of). Just like every other clich-driven fantasy film that was being pumped out during the 1980s, "Willow" attempts to follow down the beaten path, but suffers from too many missteps where the characters are uninteresting and annoying, the world looks bland and cheap, and the plot is derivative and lacks imagination. In short, this film feels like a dirty cash-in.


n b (ru) wrote: Awesome Chabrol as usual, dazzling Stphane Audran so nicely playing a challenging role for 1968 Jacqueline Sassard is the perfect match for Audran.

Callum D (ru) wrote: This is the best movie I have ever seen, any star wars fan would love this greatly made movie, I've watched this film over 10 times and the plot is rock solid, I also want to mention how this movie is NOT a cash grab from the movie studios.

E A (ru) wrote: If your in the mood to laugh , this is your film. Jonah hill and Michael Cera sure know how to entertain. This film follows two hormonal, crazed and weird teenagers as they spend the night trying to get into a party.