La Lola nos lleva al huerto
Lola is a beautiful young girl who is going to have a child but doesn't know who is the father. So she says, first Paco and later Ataulfo that the child is his. This causes the friends the enemisten and separate from Lola. Finally, reflect and come back for deciding that love between her and take care of the child. Then see who is closer, but in fact, none of them wants to take responsibility for the child.
- Stars:Fernando Esteso, Andrés Pajares, Antonio Ozores, Antonio Gamero, Emilio Fornet, Rafael Hernández, Luisa Armenteros, Charles Emanuel, María Elena Flores, Pilar Bardem, Emma Ozores, María Álvarez, Lucía Peralta, María Bauza, Victoria Tejela,
- Director:Mariano Ozores,
- Writer:Mariano Ozores
Lola is a beautiful young girl who is going to have a child but doesn't know who is the father. So she says, first Paco and later Ataulfo that the child is his. This causes the friends the enemisten and separate from Lola. Finally, reflect and come back for deciding that love between her and take care of the child. Then see who is closer, but in fact, none of them wants to take responsibility for the child. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
La Lola nos lleva al huerto torrent reviews
(es) wrote: interesting story of a unique woman, what a mystery
(ca) wrote: Started off fairly decent and has a nice eerie feeling, the last 20 minutes or so were a little dissapointing and run of the mill.
(gb) wrote: Just ...wow. This is two different movies. The first is oddly empowering and puts you on the weird side of the story by making you sympathize completely with a mass murderer. But the second half takes an odd turn you need to just go with and you discover that the film is really about something else. To me, the film was about violence against women in culture, i.e. horror movies, police procedurals, etc... and how we carelessly martyr young women in stories. But CRAP the ending is upsetting and I found the film to be genuinely disturbing.
(ru) wrote: Suspenseful and intelligent murder mystery. It's also an interesting examination of the relationship between innocence and wisdom: do we have to lose one to gain the other?
(mx) wrote: Not exactly a 'happy' Movie, but then again many people's daily reality is not exactly 'happy' either. It certainly opened my eyes a bit.
(gb) wrote: Kill Bill may have "borrowed" the premise but this excellent film plays like a Hitchcock thriller. It even usies a score by Bernard Herrmann, and the film is based upon a book by Cornell Woolrich who wrote the short story that became Rear Window. Unlike Kill Bill TBWB does not feature 2 hours of unnecessary dialogue about nothing and actually tells its story by using minimal dialogue and SHOWING the audience the story.
(jp) wrote: dak nu se ia la batae nu rezolva nimic
(ru) wrote: Fear the lameness of the black star Ninja! Yes, I won't admit that I watch this one often.
(nl) wrote: OK, again, as I've said before, there's a handful of plots running around Hollywood that just keep getting used over and over again. So that Homefront isn't original should be no surprise to anyone nor a major detractor from overall enjoyment of the film. You've got an all-star cast that does a bang up job. What would you expect from Statham, Franko, Ryder, and Bosworth (playing the strung out addict so well she's near unrecognizable). Yes, it's the old ex military, govt., cop on the lamb in early retirement, exile, etc. because of a family tragedy. Yeah, you've seen this one before. And he's living in complete anonymity until an encounter requires him to use his special set of skills (are you out there Liam?) So he does. And to cut the story short, he out duels great odds, kicks ass over and again-and it doesn't matter if it's one, two, three or more, he kicks ass--and destroys the evil element. Hey, he even makes friends with a few of his adversaries in the end. Why? Because he's the "good guy" that's why. Solid acting, solid action, and pretty much what anyone would expect from this group of fine actors.
(au) wrote: There are some weak points, I think this movie could have done with more monsters but it has some fantastic visuals. Most of the movie is a giant spectacle.