An inside look at Italy's modern-day crime families, the Camorra in Naples and Caserta. Based on a book by Roberto Saviano. Power, money and blood: these are the "values" that the residents of the Province of Naples and Caserta have to face every day. They hardly ever have a choice and are forced to obey the rules of the Camorra. Only a lucky few can even think of leading a normal life.
- Stars:Salvatore Abruzzese, Simone Sacchettino, Salvatore Ruocco, Vincenzo Fabricino, Vincenzo Altamura, Italo Renda, Francesco Pirozzi, Antonio Aiello, Vincenzo Caso, Anna Sarnelli, Salvatore Russo, Antonio Spina, Francesco Paesano, Marco Stanchi, Armando Irace,
- Director:Matteo Garrone,
- Writer:Roberto Saviano (book), Maurizio Braucci (screenplay), Ugo Chiti (screenplay), Gianni Di Gregorio (screenplay), Matteo Garrone (screenplay), Massimo G
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Gomorrah torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Much in the same vein as 'The Angry Birds Movie', 'Storks' is consistently hilarious and fast-paced in the first half of the movie wherein the world is being established and plot advancement makes way for gags and situations that ease the audience into the world and give its characters personality. Contrary to what its marketing material might suggest, Storks is a technically sound film, the production quality regarding animation and rendering bring of a very high standard. If only the movie kept its tone and consistency until the end it might have possibly been better, but as it is, it's another pleasant surprise that goes against the grain and entertains throughout.
(jp) wrote: This romantic film was okay, it wasn't bad either it just didn't do it for me. 2 stars is enough!
(jp) wrote: A sensitive film in which you follow a teenage boy who is bullied and ridiculed because he looks different, people fear him because of his looks and what he can do. He can manipulate electricity and he can read and transfer thoughts and feelings from person to person, even from animal to person. You can feel his frustration of being taken away from his home and placed into a world where he does not belong. It is a great film.
(ag) wrote: A decent thriller with a strong acting by Stowe..
(de) wrote: I still think that David Suchet made the best Poirot but Albert Finney is great here as well. Possibly the best Agatha Christie story to make it to the big screen. Lumet makes it fun and the actors involved have all sorts of wonderful quirks.
(ca) wrote: A private detective caught in the middle of gang related violence and framed for murder? Trouble was never this well dressed.A fun little film, doesn't really do anything new in the genre but is very well put together.Worth a rental.
(es) wrote: Good movie. Some twists and a good revenge plot, and boobs.
(nl) wrote: I love Elvis movies and this one is the first one I saw. I rewatched it again last night and it is still as funny as ever. A little romance, a little singing, some bad guys, western and cheap humor but it works for me! :)
(fr) wrote: "I've come to tell you what I see. There are great darknesses. Farther than time itself. And beyond the darkness... a light that glows, changes... and in the centre of the universe... the eye that sees us all." A masterpiece from horror maestro Roger Corman. Dr. James Xavier develops eyedrops intended to increase the range of human vision, allowing one to see beyond the "visible" spectrum into the ultraviolet and x-ray wavelengths and beyond. These maverick researchers being what they are, he decides to test the eyedrops on himself. This is a bad idea. My favourite actor Ray Milland plays Xavier as a boffin of the old school - he uses a bunsen burner to light a fag, and he can't help but enjoy the benefits of his enhanced vision when surrounded by dancing girls at a party (they're in the buff you see). But then it all starts to go wrong and he sees too much. So much that he can't comprehend what he's seeing and it drives him mad. It's a brilliant little film and although the 1963 special effects will probably leave many pairs of 21st century eyes quite unimpressed, to me they just add to the immense charm of the piece. A film that will make you very uneasy about using Optrex. SPECTARAMA!
(ru) wrote: Our favourite cocktail-drinking socialite sleuths are back, this time solving a murder at a horse racing track. Brimful of the usual dry wit and sass - this is more of the same from Powell and Loy. Classy!!
(au) wrote: Good movie, but it just seemed like there were too many cliches and the ending was cheesy. The book is much better.
(mx) wrote: It was a great movie, told an exceptional story, showed the beauty of Paris. I love Clemence Poesy, she's gorgeous, and I think she really became her character in this movie. Its a great love story