At age 13, a street kid known as "El Polaquito" makes his living mostly by singing tangos (originally sung by his namesake, the singer "El Polaco") on Buenos Aires commuter trains. He falls... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
At age 13, a street kid known as "El Polaquito" makes his living mostly by singing tangos (originally sung by his namesake, the singer "El Polaco") on Buenos Aires commuter trains. He falls...
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Horacio G (au) wrote: Parte bien, buenas escenas de accin. No sabe como terminar y decepciona.
Stephen M (nl) wrote: Saw it at FFF. If you're willing to look past the flaws it's a fun, sweet movie tht has an original vibe.
Eduardo S (us) wrote: muy buena! para reirse un buen rato
Corey n (ag) wrote: This is a family movie that stars Rodney Dangerfield and Jonathan Brandis. Basically Rodney coaches a girls soccer team. But they are not that good. So he gets his girlfriends son to dress as a girl and help their team out. This is a decent film overall. Some funny moments. Rodeny's crude humour is down played for this. This idea has been done a few times but it still works. A good movie for the kids and the family to watch.
Sarfara A (gb) wrote: Chisum, western film directed by Andrew V. McLaglen - film was adapted from the screenplay byAndrew J. Fenday from his short story named "Chisum and the Licoln County Cattle War. Starring ensemble cast JOHN WAYNE, Christopher George, Ben Johnson, Andrew Prine, Forrest Tucker, Richard Jaeckel and Bruce Cabot. Film is based some historical figures, like Chisum the rich rancher who had almost everyone in the town respecting him, lives with a niece and some faithful - Billy the Kid who wanders into the town hoping to start a new life - and there is this Pat Garrett a bounty-hunter-turned-Sheriff of the town upon the request of new cunning businessman hated by Chisum. It is believed though the film is historically inaccurate but I reckon the movies needed to give out entertainment citing the inspiration from particular figures from heap of the history. John Wayne though not in major aggressive role as usually he would take on - and yet there are some likeable scenes when he punches some fellas direct in the face - some sweet characters around Chisum, whom you just wish not to go against their role anytime in the film far they standout so modestly. Excellent, picturesque locations; ever cooling vast open rancher mid the mountain valley gives the film a boost to be doing sincerity with the genre of western.
Anthony I (kr) wrote: Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones were mislead. They thought Batman was an adaptation of a Kabuki play. My God. Can you say, over-the-top?