Gatica, el mono
An Argentina film, which narrates the life of Argentine boxer José María Gatica, from his childhood until his tragic death in Buenos Aires in 1963.
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Marilena G (us) wrote: Maybe I've come to expect too much from Terry Gilliam, this movie had his signature all over it, but it was just underwhelming... hmm... Probably not recommended...
David B (ru) wrote: Not bad, kinda interesting. Great cast. Lucy Lawless is unrecognisable. I think I was disappointed because I guessed what was happening really, really early on. Still not bad to watch!
Walter V (ag) wrote: Wow! Illusion thru faith. An illusion of faith. Love this movie. True teachings thru fake teachings.
anjum s (br) wrote: Because I love Steve Carell.
Aaron D (kr) wrote: Dark Fury is a good bridge (and important one) between Pitch Black and The Chronicles of Riddick. While some of the art direction was on the weak side and the story uneven with the rest of series, it fleshed out the characters of Imam and especially "Jack." Dark Fury gives Jack the purpose she has in Chronicles instead of leaving the audience to infer it.
stacy g (jp) wrote: I want to see this movie with my daughter because when I was a lil girl I loved it and I know she will also
Kevin M (fr) wrote: On one hand, "The Ghastly Ones" tells a coherent, though moronic 19th century greedy-relatives-fighting-over-inheritance caper. On the other hand, you can actually hear Milligan directing his actors from behind the camera. Not to mention both hands become detached with the absurd ease one would expect from one of Andy's blood-soaked efforts. Judging from what we see here, he believes humans are like insects, with limbs designed to detach if latched onto by a predator, or in this case, lopped off by a hatchet wielding hooded housekeeper. Bonus half star for the hilarious truncated ending: "Lawyer Dobbs?!?!?!?!!!"
Michael W (gb) wrote: Reasonably good music, impressive choreography, and incredibly sexist. In spite of all that, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is still pretty forgettable.
Reece L (ru) wrote: While the critical discussion of Rashomon is largely relegated to the dissection of its narrative structure and how this structure has become somewhat ubiquitous since its release, it's important to remember what this structure is in service of: a powerful statement about the human condition. Man has the capacity for theft, dishonesty, murder, and general depravity and this perception of the supposed human tendency towards selfishness has resulted in several socio-economic schools of thought that cater to this idea. Rashomon acknowledges this, but avoids rote pessimism by also presenting man's tendency towards righteousness, offering a more nuanced look at what human beings are capable of that is just as poignant as its form of conveyance.
John Y (ag) wrote: Really good classic film.
Margaret Z (es) wrote: A very touching story filmed partially in Broken Hill. Australia is a beautiful country.