In 1594 in Brazil, the Tupinambás Indians are friends of the Frenches and their enemies are the Tupiniquins, friends of the Portugueses. A Frenchman (Arduíno Colassanti) is captured by the Tupinambás, and in spite of his trial to convince them that he is French, they believe he is Portuguese. The Frenchman becomes their slave, and maritally lives with Seboipepe (Ana Maria Magalhães). *Contains Spoilers* Later, he uses powder in the cannons that the Portuguese left behind to defeat the Tupiniquins in a battle. In order to celebrate the victory, the Indians decide to eat him.
Writer:Humberto Mauro (Tupi dialogue), Nelson Pereira dos Santos
In 1594 in Brazil, the Tupinambás Indians are friends of the Frenches and their enemies are the Tupiniquins, friends of the Portugueses. A Frenchman (Arduíno Colassanti) is captured by the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Charles B (gb) wrote: Very well made documentary showing a whole new level of warfare. It also answers why the current Administration has been cool toward Israel due to some of their actions in regards to Iran.
Jason P (ca) wrote: The story and characters Were very realistic. The film had moments where it was hard to watch someone fall so low and not have the power to get back up. The main characters makes life decisions which aren't to great but in the end he tries to make up for them.
Fernando H (fr) wrote: De las mejores trabajos de Eduardo Noriega!
Shreekara B (ru) wrote: There are some movies that make you emotional, makes you think and to the greater extent it may also influence on one to change his attitude on some aspects, there are some characters which are filled with modesty, sympathy, humbleness that makes the audience to easily get along with the story and makes to fall in love with them, 1988 Drama 'Rain Man' is one such movie that truly make its viewers emotional with its essence of compassion and brotherhood along with unforgettable characters like Ray and Charlie.Director Barry Levinson's extraordinary story telling abilities and along with perfect casting for the characters made this work a masterpiece, the phase where Charlie's role played by Tom Cruise being selfish, arrogant and rough man gradually turns out to be the loving and caring brother is so well presented, Tom Cruise's acting skills made him to play such a transforming character that has to show double shades, Dustin Hoffman as an autistic genius makes every viewers to fall in love with the character Ray played by him which is filled with modesty, brilliance and fun, he truly deserved the Oscar trophy for his magnificent performance.Technically screenplay is the prominent highlighting factor in the movie that has very soft flow and appealing narrative line, camera and locations adds extra points to its beauty, overall Rain Man makes you feel happy and makes you emotional with its modesty charm.
VLAD HELLSING (br) wrote: I'm the kind of guy who loves heavy metal and horror films, but when the 2 are together...I've gotta see it. Black Roses is one of those it's cool, but it's alright kind of Heavy Metal Horror films. I think the kids being possessed is cool,I think the opening when the band is all looking like they just jumped off a Grim Reaper album is neat, but I just don't dig the big I'm a big creature effect ending, where the lead singer looks like a big version of the green monster from the Ghoulies. All in all though the music is cool.
Brandon S (it) wrote: It starts out mild enough, but in the later parts it becomes so emotionally acute as to seem other worldly. Yet the stories have to do with worldly matters: love, longing, despair, death. Love it!
Evan D (es) wrote: Although not as clean cut as Re-Animator, this Lovecraft adaptation still has some strengths. Slick visuals enhance this creepy tale, but with impressively intense gore and no laughs, it's a hard viewing experience, made all the more difficult with a clunky ending and sub par pacing. A true cult classic nonetheless!
Andrea U (fr) wrote: c' poco da fare.. i Francesi e li sanno fare i film d'azione!
Jordan M (au) wrote: Hands down one of the best movies ever made. Theres a reason they called him Black Moses
Kinch K (us) wrote: The best film to compare it to, in terms of scope, accomplishment, and evoking the grim logic of resistance is Army of Shadows. The two form a symmetry - Army is about Frenchmen fighting for freedom from German fascist occupiers, and Battle is about Arabs fighting for freedom from French fascist occupiers.
Abishek A (nl) wrote: Good movie! But it has the same old fashion alien story line but in a different context!
Shauna V (mx) wrote: I enjoyed it quite a bit. Before Sunrise-esque, but with older leads (that made it more interesting and real, for me)
Tom C (br) wrote: Morgan Freeman is undoubtably fantastic and Kathy Baker definitely should have had an Oscar nomination. However, outside of these outstanding performances, the movie falls very flat, the flattest of which is definitely Christopher Reeve's lack of realistic emotion. The movie is flooded with stale direction and uneven pacing. And the conclusion and its path to it is unsatisfying and mediocre at best.
Jerry J (au) wrote: The sequence of the movie is so lame, the book is much better.