La noche es nuestra
Journalist meets an unforgettable woman, tracks her down and discovers all her tragic past.
- Stars:Suchitra Sen, Uttam Kumar, Biman Bannerjee, Gangapada Basu, Panchanan Bhattacharya, Chhabi Biswas, Jiben Bose, Shyamali Chakraborty, Tulsi Chakraborty, Aparna Devi, Chandrabati Devi, Gita Dey, Tapati Ghosh, Tarun Kumar, Shyam Laha, Jorge Mistral, Emilia Guiú, Ramón Gay, César del Campo, Aurora Walker, Jorge Sareli, Roberto G. Rivera, Gloria Jordán, José Luis Vial, José Luis Rojas, Celia Viveros, Lidia Franco, Francisco Ledesma, Pedro Vargas, Toña la Negra,
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Sumanjit R (es) wrote: Let down by a weak script introducing scenes that seem to drag the narrative to an irritating level.
Martha w (kr) wrote: The best part was the moment of silence
Steven S (es) wrote: It was alright in all but I didn't think they needed to make it though.
David D (ru) wrote: Maybe I'm just not smart enough to appreciate whatever one would classify this film as. In all honesty I did not, could not, watch until the end. 50 minutes into a 1 hour 21 minute movie full of scenes of walking, crappy sound effects, and no discernable plot or even vague direction. The "failed experiment" that is this film opens to a young girl awakening from an auto accident, and discovering two presumably dead passengers thrown from the car. As she walked back the way she had obviously came from, you can hear what seems to be a heartbeat monitor which turns into all out screeching accompanied by a blinding light. This part of the movie made more sense than anything else in the movie. Every scene to me felt like it was trying to emulate the later scenes in "The Shining", but they just fell flat. Or maybe I just don't get it. If you do, could you explain it to me?
Luke H (ca) wrote: I kind of expected it to be more like the TV show Numbers, but was more action, which was good.
Niraj V (kr) wrote: The third in the series, this one is every bit as good as the previous two. Mindless humour but it serves the purpose of making you have a great time.As is the case, a lot of the gags are related to recent movies so you need to know a bit about them to get the humour.Of the cast, Arshad Warsi and Tushar Kapoor really stand out, Kapoor does his usual mute act and is so funny that you cannot help laughing your head off. Warsi has an easy style and loves to laugh at his own jokes, which makes it funnier.Rohit Shetty, the director, excels once again, a worthy son of a worthy father (Fight master Shetty from the 70s and 80s).If you are looking for something to make you forget your worries and troubles, you'd do very well to go watch this one.Enjoy!!!!
Robbie T (br) wrote: Good start, but gets terrible after 30 min. Laughable plot with lots of plot holes. All the actors and actresses deliver poor performances, especially Louis Koo. A big disappoinment from Derek Yee.
Brandon W (fr) wrote: V for Vendetta is the directorial debut of James McTeigue, and it stars Hugo Weaving, Natalie Portman, Stephen Rea, and John Hurt in a dystopian political thriller that is based on the same comic book by David Lloyd and Alan Moore about England being under command of its ruler in the distant future, and when Evey Hammond (Natalie Portman) almost got attacked by some people, a vigilante that wears a Guy Fawkes mask saves her, and kept her for a while as other people will start looking for her also, which she starts to figure more about his plan before November 5th has come in. When I first watched this film years ago, all I remember from it is that it has one of the best writing that I've seen in a film in years, so it was something to look forward to when seeing it again, and to my surprise, V for Vendetta turned out to be one of my favorite films. Hugo Weaving is amazing in this that you can only hear his voice and not see his face, and he's very intimidating even with the mask on. Natalie Portman is great as she usually is, and when she has to act like she lost her feeling of her emotions, it's better acted than I saw from Will Smith or Jaden Smith in After Earth. Stephen Rea does a good job of acting monotonous, and John Hurt is really good as the villain as I never seen him play that type of character. The characters are very three-dimensional, even with the subtle backstories from V whom we still don't know his identity, but wouldn't care about it as the characters are a lot of fun to watch. The writing by The Wachowski Brothers is at it's A game as the lines are clever, it tells some Bible quotes that are related to this story, and it's clever that when you think it'll lead this way, it goes to a different direction that surprised me. Even if there's a lot of exposition as The Wachowski Brothers usually write their films that way, but it's done in a well executed way that I didn't care. The political allegory is really clever, and it gives in to a lot of thought-provoking moments that gets people to think differently after watching this film. The action scenes are entertaining to watch, and the effects look really good with the explosions, and the setting that it takes place as it's a bit different in a way that takes place in the nearest future. The story is brilliantly told that it gets more crazy, but really fits to the tone of this and doesn't go over the top or cartoony. It's a lot of fun to watch, and it has a heck of an ending that I absolutely loved. V for Vendetta is a masterpiece for me that I understand why people still wears a Guy Fawkes mask to represent V for what he stand out for.
Greg R (kr) wrote: I know this movie is no perfect masterpiece, in fact the explosion jokes are WAY to over the top, and the story is kind of predictable, even when I saw this as a kid I knew where it was going to go, but I guess it's the characters and how they portray the message of family is the reason why I enjoy this movie. Also how they adapt the characters from the comic strip onto the big screen is pretty good, character wise, and with better designs. Overall, not a perfect movie, I've seen this sort of thing before, but it's still a pretty enjoyable movie.
Wade H (it) wrote: A great time for horror nights. The film achieves with relatable characters, a chilling plot, satisfying villain and realistic dialogue.
Kittykins Revamped (nl) wrote: Really want to see this but haven't been able to find it yet...
Jeff Z (it) wrote: Extremely good Burt Lancaster film about US advisors in Vietnam in 1964. Great dialogue, good script and good performances by Wasson, Kim, Singer and Goldsmith. Highly underrated Vietnam movie.
Jesse V (fr) wrote: Great old drive-in movie
John C (nl) wrote: The anti-hero you love. Mario Bavas cult flick. Wonderful interior designs, sweet sixties.. On of my most-loved!
Leia A (fr) wrote: j'aime trop trop trop BGG!!!
Carlos I (jp) wrote: Not sure what in the hell I just watched. I liked it though. classic bizzaro Gilliam. Beautiful imagery, and cool existential questions.
Antonio M (jp) wrote: How the internet as we know it today really started.