The life story of the first Philippine President. The story of the man who led the Filipino people to victory against its Spanish conquerors.
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El Presidente torrent reviews
Steve S (ag) wrote: :rotten: [b][color=yellowgreen]1/2[/color][/b] (out of four) [color=yellow]I'm all for independent filmmakers taking the initiative and making their own movies, but that said they still need to work extra hard to make sure it is watchable.[/color][color=#ffff00][/color] [color=#ffff00]This family friendly thriller features actors who might be likeable if you were having dinner with them, but they need a little more experience in the acting department to carry a movie like this. I give them credit for the effort and I hope that they learn from this little mess.[/color]
Michael V (ca) wrote: Amazing performance from Michelle Williams who looked as stunning as ever. A solid one from Ewan McGregor. A very solid movie all-around.
Chris O (nl) wrote: not to bad had me entertained.
J M (ca) wrote: Keitel is either a total genius or a complete hack. Fonda's impersonation is comical. Overall, the low production value kind of adds to it - it's the script that undermines the effort. Why the needless twists?
Michael W (jp) wrote: The Ring is disturbing, scary, and intriguing. The Ring starts out strong and revolves around a mystery. Why did these teenagers die, and in a way which looks like the victims where hit by a nuclear blast! The Ring's story is about an old V H S video tape which has a virus effect on whoever views the disturbing images. The video is surreal, nihilistic, and just plain EVIL! Being marked with a death virus which is slowly killing the protagonists becomes waiting agonizing torture for the viewer. Then, The Ring turns into another stupid let's find out what the ghost/demon wants and fix the mystery etc. Or so I thought! I rolled my eyes, and thought, not another predictable horror film ending. But! Suddenly, I was shocked with the ending/twist! 5 stars!
Greg W (br) wrote: good bio-pic of sorts.
Dean M (kr) wrote: Wonderful biopic of the late 1930s Hollywood star Frances Farmer that tells a little known yet horrific, story but is over-Hollywoodised. Jessica Lange makes a miraculous job in playing Frances with paranoia in her rolling eyes and makes her look-like a madwoman indeed. And I think Kim Stanley who played France's mother, Lillian, is perfectly. The movie shows how someone can be completely destroyed by misunderstandings, enlarged by a ridiculous amount of media attention. This is truly a very discomforting look at how the human spirit can be totally crushed by tragic, though changeable, circumstances.
John M (ag) wrote: Wow! This movie moves more slowly and ponderously than any of "The Hobbit" movies. And, THAT'S saying something! Sophia Loren is incredible to look at, but that's the one and only attraction in this missed opportunity of a film.
Alex K (mx) wrote: The scariest made for tv movie ever! Original plot and creepy otherworldly atmosphere that can completely freak you out if watching alone in the dark.