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La mosca d'oro torrent reviews
Chase V (au) wrote: A film with a dumb concept that took it too seriously. It isn't tongue and cheek nor is it fun. The only reasons to watch this are barely in the movie and that's Robert England and lucy pinder you literally have five minutes of screen time.
RaraRafIqah F (jp) wrote: This second part of the series was no disappointment. I loved how the producers developed the plot further and added other elements that complimented the existing storyline well. Can't wait to watch the last part and see how it all ends...
Moggy W (br) wrote: better than the first I watch it all the time xx
Jennifer B (us) wrote: Wow! I gave this one star? I must've been 12 and looking for a cheesey romance. Instead, this film has a more mature theme; A betrayed woman and her daughter, starting over. The beginning of this film is impressive; catches u right away, draws u in and breaks ur heart. Then Sandra Bullock's character is surprisingly docile given her misfortune, but her relationship with her ADORABLE daughter, who is a sweet sensitive smart little thing, is so tender and believable. It's hard to find such honest films that expands the plot and characters like this nowadays; a real gem technique of 90s film-making. Though the romance is perhaps slow and not as exciting as most other romances, this is due to the character's situation; learning to rebuild her life and find herself again before she can learn to love again. This is the real theme of the movie, not the romance.
Gilles R (nl) wrote: Un tueur dans une salle de cinma dzingue les spectateurs d'un film d'horreur o un tueur dzingue les spectateurs d'une salle de cinma en leur arrachant les yeux...Et dans la salle (celle o nous regardions le film), on n'tait pas trs bien...
Jakhongir Y (mx) wrote: while the acting is incredible the movie overall is made very poor given the immense plot it tries to show. also the whole story does tell a lot about the people in sweden.
Jack S (de) wrote: I can't decide if this is worst movie ever...or the best. 1 star? 5 stars? I'll split the difference and lean toward the positive. You think it's going to be standard issue late-60s hippies vs. squares awkward comedy, but it is oh so much stranger. Jackie Gleason plays the head of a Sopranos-type suburban family. He's called in to make one last hit, behind bars. Along the way we get Mickey Rooney, Carol Channing, Cesar Romero, Frankie Avalon, a young Austin Pendleton (so good years later on Homicide and OZ), and an old Groucho Marx. Ah, but that's not all: How about extended LSD-trip sequences with Gleason, Slim Pickens, Frank Gorshin, Peter Lawford, Burgess Meredith, Richard "Jaws" Kiel, Harry freaking Nilsson (who provides the music as well)? My head is still spinning.
Eduardo C (gb) wrote: Feels like a parody or a bible-belt propaganda piece for the bulk of its duration and then very nearly redeems itself with a very powerful closing scene. A conversion flick this is definitely not.
Allan C (us) wrote: Film historians don't seem to think much of this one, but I've always had a soft spot for this film, particularly because of the fine cast and the excellent score by Elie Siegmeister (the only film to his credit). Cooper and Hayworth are excellent, but it's Van Heflin who I've always remember in an uncharacteristically villainous role. The themes and symbolism are pretty obvious and heavy handed, but it could be argued that this film was something of a precursor to the revisionist westerns of the late 60s and early 70s (John Wayne condemned as unpatriotic and for the homosexual subtext).
Jose R (au) wrote: Very shocking and disturbing but could have improved a bit more on the story instead of the shock value.
Darryl R (es) wrote: up YOUR bum...this girl has great one liners....funny...shes me in a skirt.