¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII?

¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII?

The youth of Prince Alfonso who would become King Alfonso XII of Spain after Queen Isabel II abdication, centered in his love for his cousin María de las Mercedes. Daughter of one of his ...

Alfonso de Borbon and his cousin Maria de las Mercedes de Orleans fall in love and, although both families do not maintain good relationships, young people marry when Alfonso became king of Spain. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII? torrent reviews

WS W (it) wrote: Cheesy film. That preaching thing is particularly unbearable.

Vivien T (au) wrote: Film complet avec deux actrices de talent.

David C (ca) wrote: Astounding and very moving sometimes difficult story. Screenplay was very well written. It's hard to fathom how this happened for so long on such a scale. Emily Watson Brilliant as Margaret Humphreys

George G (gb) wrote: Raw, uncut and powerful, also a realistic outlook on domestic issues and south east London suburbia. The cast preformed good too.

David C (ru) wrote: Kinda gory, but this movie will get under your skin. Only see it if you're into insects that thirst for human blood.

Shay B (nl) wrote: Silly and cute even if it is completely dated and totally not how the afterlife is going to be at all.

Derek F (au) wrote: It's an unofficial (and unoriginal) remake of Thunderball, except everything is worse: the writing, the cast, the acting, the directing, the score, the set-staging, the atmosphere and the visuals are all worse. It's too campy to be taken seriously but it lacks the fantasy elements of Bond movies in the 80's. It was a cash-in gimmick (even Connery knew that).

Mitchell B (ca) wrote: Awesome Roger Moore Bond movie

Jaeel G (es) wrote: Great characterization.

Bruno L (kr) wrote: Good performance by Dustin Hoffman. Not too many people know about this entertaining movie. Good cast.

Nate T (es) wrote: Breezy enjoyable romp. Highlights: George Carlin and Richard Pryor...

Nate W (gb) wrote: starts off cool in medieval times but then gets kinda boring and repetitive. the weakest of the series

Richard D (us) wrote: This is really an unsung masterpiece of the 1930s gangster genre. Jimmy Cagney plays a reporter framed for murder after exposing corruption in local politics. He's sent to one of the nastiest prisons around. He meets and befriends career criminal George Raft and helps him escape, taking the brunt of the punishment for the escape on himself. This is a mean little genre flick which flies along with almost no filler. Cagney is on the top of his game here, snapping and snarling his way through several superb monologues ... one that even ends with him bursting into tears. The prison riot/jail break finale is one of the most violent sequences of the 1930s.

Joshua G (ca) wrote: A classic documentary from surrealist filmmaker Luis Bunuel, that is disturbing and highly interesting, although it feels a bit longer than a 30 minute film should...

Steven W (de) wrote: Equally as good as the original. I grew up watching the first three and they still stands as one of the best action trilogies to date. Such an amazing cast!!!

Alex W (br) wrote: An almost great movie.

Michael H (jp) wrote: Stripes is an anarchic slob movie, a celebration of all that is irreverent, reckless, foolhardy, undisciplined, and occasionally scatological. It's a lot of fun.

James D (it) wrote: I really love this movie it is my favorites!!! Teresa Palmer is Amazing!!!