Jamón, Jamón

Jamón, Jamón

Jose Luis is an executive at his parents underwear factory where his girlfriend Sylvia works on the shop floor. When Sylvia falls pregnant, Jose Luis promises her that he will marry her, ...

Jose Luis is an executive at his parents underwear factory where his girlfriend Sylvia works on the shop floor. When Sylvia falls pregnant, Jose Luis promises her that he will marry her, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ian C (jp) wrote: The great man goes into 'Taken' mode. Some decent action in this Liam Neesonish knock off. It is great watching JCVD kick the shit out of human traffickers.

Alberto M (es) wrote: I can't stop thinking that with a better director and screenwriter this could have been a way better film. Too bad it isn't

Ella R (it) wrote: I couldn't even get all the way through it. The dialogue could have been written in 15 minutes by a wannabe gangsta 13 year old, but on the plus side, the quality of the production was so poor that a lot of the diabolical dialogue was inaudible. Every character was a cliche, from the hard ass/faced female DA who wears a ton of make up and tries to intimidate the chief of police by calling him a "nitwit" to the FBI "maveric" who just wanders around pointing and shouting at people. My favourite cringworthy effort was the touching flasback to the "local good guy detective (who is predictably in love with his "beautiful yet tough" female partner)as a teen, when he wanted to start dealing to buy some sneakers. He goes to visit the local drugs lord (who, predictably, was dressed like a pimp and held all his meetings in the back of the car), bat rather than welcoming a new drug runner - the drugs lord says "hell no - you be a football player and I'll pay you for every touchdown" and then gives him the sneakers he wanted! RIDICULOUSLY BAD! I tried to find some comedic value in its awfulness, but there was none to be had - especially in the chief of police who, I think, was meant to be funny with his crazy obsession for food over everything else. This film is truly awful.

Palwinder s (gb) wrote: It Rocks and it is a sad story and i love sad storys........

Alexis W (de) wrote: great way of showing how protective family can be

Ryan K (ru) wrote: While Meryl Streep continues to shine, Ben Younger shows promise as a writer and director.

Jasmeet S (ca) wrote: oh! my gosh such an awesome movie i love this movie specially Hrithik roshan i mean his facial expressions are so awesome and when he is mad he looks even better and the songs of the movie are one of a kind they mix so well with the movei its great hrithik and preity look awesome together !!! Hrithik looks good with anyone is is so good looking

Wu C (jp) wrote: Decent Troma movie. Same elements as in every production by this team. It's playful and has the over the top gore. One of the better films in the Troma catalog.

Julie V (de) wrote: simple and interesting

Lorelei A (ca) wrote: A fascinating study. The opposite of an American film.

Chucky (mx) wrote: April 21st 2010August 3rd 2016

Janelle I (ca) wrote: Better acting than the first, story wasn't totally complete but not to bad for the sequel.

Christina (us) wrote: I'm a Hayley Mills fan

Private U (br) wrote: The first Macedonian movie I have ever watched. Acting and the story are not great but not so bad. Movie emphasizes Nietzsche's words: "Hope is the worst of evils, for it prolongs the torments of man."

Tim C (mx) wrote: I couldn't believe this film was made in 1949 when I finished watching it. It attempts to take on a controversial subject films at the time rarely showed, race in America. Elia Kazan, the same director of "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "On The Waterfront", doesn't hold much back in showing some realities of racism in America and the American South. Jeanne Crain plays a woman of mixed race who is coming to terms with her heritage, Ethel Waters is her endearing grandmother who is a silent challenge to the then roles available for African American women back then. Ethel Barrymore is the older woman Crain cares for out of job obligation( she's her nurse) and friend to Waters. Barrymore passes away, and a court case ensues. I can't reveal the ending, but it is a surprise, especially for the time period. I believe Ethel Waters got a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her role in this film, making her the second African American woman nominated for an Oscar.

John A (ag) wrote: After An Excellent Opening Act, A Pretty Decent Second Act, This Is A Great Final Act, In A Three Film Story Arc. To View This Film Is Like Watching Something Completely Different, It Never Actually Looks Like A Star Trek Movie For The Most Part. This Was Made On A Lighter Subject On Purpose After The Slightly Dark Themes Portrayed In The Previous Instalments. This Is The Closest To A Comedy You'll Find In The Star Trek Universe And It Works Extremely Well, This Once Again Showcases The Directorial Talents Of Actor Leonard Nimoy.

Bobby W (ru) wrote: One of my favorite movies. Must watch more than once

Thomas B (es) wrote: Thrilling and suspenseful with a tight script, great direction and incredible performances. Full review later.