Lotta på Bråkmakargatan

Lotta på Bråkmakargatan


Lotta på Bråkmakargatan är en käck och busig femåring. En dag när Lotta ser sina syskon Jonas och Mia komma cyklande i en farlig fart, skriker hon "Jag kan visst cykla, tänk för att jag kan det ni! I smyg" Men hur ska man kunna cykla utan cykel? Lotta bestämmer sig för att knycka en... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lotta på Bråkmakargatan torrent reviews

scott j (au) wrote: really interesting,very insightful look at what it takes to become the best in the world of bodybuilding.what I really enjoyed about this film was the true stories and sacrifice they make in there lives and not focus on the steroids story like so many films do these days..

Jacob B (it) wrote: 'Machete Kills' is funny in the way that it doesn't take its premise too seriously. Sadly, the execution of said premise is not as good as it should be.

Deven T (nl) wrote: A stunning history, crime and drama film, successfully replicating and substantially improving the German 1997 DocuDrama Todespiel and an excellent popcorn thriller. Mogadischu is fast paced, tense, energetic, suspenseful and in HD Technicolor. The hijacked Landshut 737's incredible journey flight (cross-country odyssey) through Rome, Larnaca, Bahrain, Dubai, Aden and Mogadishu will surely shock and thrill the audience. One of the best films in German cinema.

Michael T (nl) wrote: Another great outing from the ever reliable Pang Bros. this time its a solo outing from Oxide. This is a clever take on the fine line between reality & fantasy for a schizophrenic. Its a horror movie but not about ghosts or demons of the usual kind. These are ghosts as memories & demons as emotions. Well filmed, typically stylish & the lead is perfect. With a wicked little twist at the end that you don't see coming.

Gordon A (gb) wrote: Engaging tale of 4 brothers' struggles to find themselves in the unforgiving maelstrom of Sao Paulo. The action sequences (especially the football) are shot with real dynamism and the ending is left bravely open but the themes are well worn.

Fayal M (nl) wrote: Bollywood goes non fiction on a touchy subject: violence against married women.

Jay B (ca) wrote: This movie has no right being this funny. I went in thinking "Okay, I'll suffer through this." Next thing I know the end credits are rolling, and I am smiling...a lot. The camaraderie between the girls seems really genuine, and everyone seems to be having a great, silly time. Added bonus: spotting all the cameos (watch out for Elvis Costello as a bartender).

Joseph M (ru) wrote: A philosophical look into the evolving family structure.

Muffin M (ru) wrote: I own this on DVD in a two movie pack along with:* Christine (1983)

Carlo V (kr) wrote: Lei non faccia il tunnel!Cosa?Lei mi sta scavando sotto e mi toglie la panna. La castagna da sola, sopra, non ha senso. Il Montblanc non come un cannolo alla siciliana, che c' tutto dentro e come uno zaino lei se lo porta appresso per un mese e sta sicuro: il Montblanc si regge su un equilibrio delicato, non come la Sacher Torte.Cosa?La Sacher Torte.Cos'?Cio... Lei, praticamente, non ha mai assaggiato la Sacher Torte?No.Va be'. Continuiamo cos, facciamoci del male!

Harry W (au) wrote: I only watched Flashdance to see how a song could be stretched into an entire film concept.Director Adriane Lyne isn't at his finest here, but he cleverly uses the sex appeal of its dancers without ever being too up front with it, and he ensures that the passion of the dance is very well shot and edited which finds the fine line between cinematic and MTV which is relatively impressive.Plus the soundtrack is an original one featuring some appealing songs, namely the Academy Award winning "Flashdance... What a feeling" and the Academy Award nominated "Maniac" which is good at capturing the beat in the viewer's interest.But the real high point is Jennifer Beals performance. Despite not having the strongest material to work with, her natural beauty and charisma gives her the passion needed to get through the dance which she does with flying colours and kinetic energy. Flashdance isn't the finest film, but it shows the kind of talent Jennifer Beals has on offer as an actress.Sunny Johnson was also pretty good.Unfortunately, the key downfall is the premise and script.The plot is overly basic and attempts to find depth in a woman becoming a dancer in the most simplistic and cliche manner which is too predictable for its own good, and the script subjects the cast to ridiculous plot dynamics and cheap characters who have no tenacity on the drama whatsoever or anything interesting to say.The dance choreography is largely hit and miss. Save from the work of Jennifer Beals and Sunny Johnson, much of the dance is unappealing and visually strange, while the efforts of Jennifer Beals and Sunny Johnson stick out as very good. But the imbalance between good and bad is unsettling.And Flashdance just never really had the atmosphere of a dance film. The passion for dance wasn't felt most of the time, and so there was never really any heart to be found in the story.Lastly, the ending is lame. If the ambiguity is important, it could have been better clarified, but instead it just seems like at this point the budget ran out and the director went "F*ck.... Well lets leave it there"So Flashdance is good looking, good sounding and featuring a strong effort from Jennifer Beals, but Adriane Lyne doesn't use his best skills as a director and leaves Flashdance as a shallow effort with some good moments and a lot of boring ones.

Andy F (de) wrote: man this movie was the best mickey rourke is the shit its a ture guys movie

Marcus W (gb) wrote: A great film made greater by the two leads.

David F (ag) wrote: A sprightly, colourful, and light experimental film, full of visual jokes and camera tricks, ~Daisies(TM) is a kaleidoscopic take on the 1960s using the kind of technical tricks pioneered by Georges M (C)lis. It(TM)s playful and cool, just like its two teenaged heroines, goofing around a showing off, a dazzling display of cinematic experimentation.

Mary F (de) wrote: I know every word and every music cue. This movie is a Forrest Family requirement.

Lori G (nl) wrote: I grew up in Cut Bank. This movie was not representative of my home town at all. It was a rehash of the Ed Gein movie. It was slow & depressing & missed the mark completely.