Il divo: La spettacolare vita di Giulio Andreotti
The story of Italian politician Giulio Andreotti, who has served as Prime Minister of Italy seven times since the restoration of democracy in 1946.
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Il divo: La spettacolare vita di Giulio Andreotti torrent reviews
Marah R (gb) wrote: With the acknowledgment of my utter hate for Miles Teller, this movie failed just as miserably as all his others save Whiplash. The story does have some interesting strings but its lame and unconventional ending resulted in its complete doom.
Joel M (us) wrote: 5/10: Promising premise, but could be a lot better as it lacks substance and felt hollow. Mediocre at best but Owlman is pretty bad-ass imo!
Kyle C (ag) wrote: Holy Crap was that funny. I mean, my god, I laughed the whole movie. It's very vulgar though, VERY vulgar, but it has a huge heart for friendship. Jason Bateman is really starting to surprise me, he is in one funny movie after another it seems these days. Ryan Reynolds has always been a favorite of mine so I wasn't worried about him. The body switch concept has been done many, MANY, times and I'm sure it will be done many more times but this one worked very well. Now I'm sure it won't be a critical success, these movies never are, but if you want to straight up laugh for 2 hours, this one is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Scott P (ag) wrote: Despite absolutely hating the first one, I randomly landed on this one searching for something to watch and it's been far too long since I've seen Hannah Spearritt of S Club 7 in anything. It was nowhere near good, but still a stronger outing than the first one. Anthony Anderson made things watchable, and it was a treat to see young Alfie Allen. I don't understand how Muniz got leading roles in anything.
SarahJessica T (jp) wrote: Good romantic comedy! Nod to political issues faced in the recent decades but the comedic relief that keeps the film light-hearted and funny.
Michael R (ru) wrote: It's hilarious watching Michael Rosenbaum dress like a woman after seeing him as Lex Luthor on Smallville. DEFINITELY NOT for anyone under 16 years old.
David S (mx) wrote: At times lovely, tender, and touching, and the conceit of recreating one's most important memory to have for eternity is quite lovely. I couldn't get completely behind the movie, however, due to some nagging technical questions (e.g., what happens to younger kids?; how do they get all this stuff done?; what happened before film?).
Aaron W (ru) wrote: Inner conflict at it's funniest.
Jiri B (gb) wrote: Creepy and gory ghoulish entertaining cult classic.
gary t (us) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch....its got a good cast of actors/actressess thorughout this movie...i think that richard brooks 6, richard bradford, morgan freeman, john philbin, john lithgow, g.d spradlin, frances sternhagen, cch pounder, brian tarantina play good roles/parts throughout this movie....i think that the director of this drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie....its a really powerful drama movie 2 watch n its a sad movie but its a good movie 2 watch
bill s (it) wrote: A tender heartwarming movie that gets you to stand up and root for these wonderful characters.
Shannon P (de) wrote: liked this one, action, adventure
Alan D (de) wrote: Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping is a film directed by former SML alumni Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone. The film is a very good mockumentary that follows the life of a pop star played by Andy Samberg that has a lot of laughs. The film also has a very good sound track which is to be expected The Lonely Island.