Lupe ( Andrea del Rosario) and Manolo (Leandro Munoz) are a young couple whose marriage life is about to undergo a drastic change when Manolo leaves for another country. Left all alone ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lupe: A Seaman's Wife
Lupe ( Andrea del Rosario) and Manolo (Leandro Munoz) are a young couple whose marriage life is about to undergo a drastic change when Manolo leaves for another country. Left all alone ...
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Carlos Z (de) wrote: Cute movie about friendship
open 7 (ru) wrote: The name of the Film is Extraction. The camera work is lets say a bit shaky, every frame wobbles as if the camera is aboard a cruise ship in a choppy sea. It goes left, right up and .. well you get it.If you get past this flaw you will find a compelling film with crisp visuals and strong actors that as the blurb says reminds you of inception and "source code" with aspects of memento. Very watchable and throws emotions and twists at you. Dont let the low budget tag of the film put you off. This one is up there with the rest. All the characters are well acted and believable and the story is pretty good. The hallmark of a film with lots of potential.
Cinara Bianca O (au) wrote: Quem disse que o azar no traz sorte!? Dei boas risadas neste filme, recomendo!
Crane S (br) wrote: Surprisingly solid entry in a straight-to-video caliber action/sci-fi franchise. The original was done by Roland "Independence Day" Emmerich while this one appears to have been made by David Lynch on anabolic steroids. It's that good. Also Scott Adkins is my new mancrush.
Justin G (us) wrote: #60David Michd's screenplay for Animal Kingdom is a clear example of the Institutionalized story type forwarded by Blake Snyder. (Snyder 28-29) Our protagonist, Joshua 'J' Cody provides us entre to the hierarchy of the Cody family and the institution we are to navigate through his perspective. Whether or not you agree that James Frecheville's performance as J was overly reserved or bluntly nuanced, I found his take to be a mature approach to a character that could've been overwrought. Upon initial viewing, I was unimpressed with the movie but found a gained appreciation through a subsequent viewing. It was through this second viewing that I was able to assess the elegance of the performance by Frecheville, especially considering the orbit he gets pulled into. From the first image, we are given a very sympathetic introduction to J as he placidly sits and watches the Australian version of Deal or no Deal next to his overdosed mother. Through this tragedy, he reaches out to his grandmother for help. We have just been unwittingly introduced to the arch-criminal of the entire Cody family through the wholly unassuming, stellar performance of Jacki Weaver as Janine 'Smurf' Cody, the matriarch of the Cody family. Upon entrance to the family dynamic, J is pulled into the fold. Despite the navet of J, he is given an irrevocably choice to display his dominance and take his place in the pecking order as he first interacts with archaic life of the Cody clan. J wades into the criminal pool and is gradually led in over his head by his uncles and grandmother. In Screenwriting 101 by FILM CRIT HULK!, the author states, "Cause and effect are the linking of your chain. They make a story a story," this especially relates to the way Michd brings J along through the story by including him through the links between the uncle characters and the plot. (HULK and Wright 35) He is conspicuously missing from all of the real violent scenes until he decides to fulfill the commitment to violence he made in act one which seems to connect him to all of the links of the chain forged by his family. The violence surrounding the Cody family is an all-consuming storm that J finds himself at the eye of throughout act three and the fateful finale. Though J seems to be a listless teenager at times, he is unremittingly forced to become an active protagonist while being dragged along by his family and Michd. J shows little empathy throughout the film but Frecheville portrays him in such a way that we assume his good intentions through his innocence, we are witness to innocence lost and we must come to terms with J's actions in the finale. J seems to be pulled along in the story and given little choice but to resort to violence in retrospect. He could very well have chosen to leave Pope to succumb to his own ineptitude and downward spiral while choosing the path of peace. Of course, he would still have to deal with Smurf and her machinations. Seeing that he would still have to deal with the most sinister of adversaries in his own grandmother, he must choose to be ruthless.
Jeff P (kr) wrote: I really enjoyed it. thanks to my daughter for putting it on.
David M (ag) wrote: Funniest Comedy Alive right now
jain s (ag) wrote: i saw this and cant wait to see it again,cool
Alma R (it) wrote: Damn hilarious!!! Cleverly put together!
Roy C (ru) wrote: A puerile attempt at copying Freaks.
MEC r (es) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
Alex r (nl) wrote: Into the Storm is a fascinating biopic about the great Winston Churchill. This is a sequel to The Gathering Storm that tells the story of Churchill's years as war time prime minister. The film's power lies in the performance of Brendan Gleason who is absolutely stunning in the role of Winston Churchill. I thought he nailed his performance and in turn he sounded, looked like Churchill. The film is a terrific piece of cinema and it should be seen by history buffs everywhere as well as viewers who enjoy a well crafted biopic. The direction by Thaddeus O'Sullivan is immaculate and crafts a stunning picture with an effective plot and wonderful performances. Winston Churchill was one of the most important figures of the 20th century. His tenacity and audacity in the face of invasion by German Forces made him a symbol. This film brings that to light. Gleeson is a superb choice to play Winston Churchill. I've always enjoyed him in films, but with this role, he really shines. I think this was the role he was meant to play. This ranks as one of his best performances. Into the Storm is a terrific biopic and with the help of a great cast, it redefines what a biopic can be. The film is at times slow, but it never is dull. This is a near flawless picture and is a stunning biopic that ranks along with Che as a stunning work on the subject it explores. A very interesting, and riveting film, and as an admirer of Winston Churchill, I recommend this film to anyone who are interested in the man, the hero, and the icon that is Winston Churchill.
Scott C (ag) wrote: Not without its problems, but an intriguing late 60s black comedy. I think it would have been more interesting if it didn't cast Anthony Perkins (too easily cashing in on his role from Psycho).
Kelsey S (es) wrote: Don't like the lead couple.
francois b (es) wrote: They don't do action movie like that anymore... The scenario is not great but the action is there and so real that you feel bad for the actor.
Tyler D (us) wrote: From the slow motion action shots to the numerous plot holes this movie was consistently bad. My dad and I got a kick out of it although it wasn't a comedy. I don't recommend watching this movie unless you enjoy watching bad movies for entertainment.
Brian B (fr) wrote: Fair movie. Enough said.