Argentine's answer to Peanuts and Charlie Brown is Mafalda. This episodic movie is compiled of several TV shorts based on the comic of the same name about young Mafalda and her friends, who deal with the world in their own way.

Mafalda is a comic strip written and drawn by Argentine cartoonist Joaquín Salvador Lavado, better known by his pen name Quino. The strip features a 6-year-old girl named Mafalda, who is deeply concerned about humanity and world peace and rebels against the current state of the world. The strip ran from 1964 to 1973 and was very popular in Latin America, Europe, Quebec, and in Asia, leading to two animated cartoon series and a movie. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mafalda torrent reviews

Rob P (jp) wrote: I've wanted to see this for years, with the anticipated new show coming up. It holds up very well for it's age, and had more to it than I expected. Fun!

Dylan D (ru) wrote: I Am Ali plays with an easy, effortless flow that overcomes Ali's absence through a classic narrative structure that's supported by plenty of interviews with family, friends, and rivals that help profile the man who lived outside of the ring and who, from humble roots in Louisville, Kentucky, became one of the most influential figures of the 20th century and arguably the most iconic athlete of all time. Clare Lewins' Documentary may not expose much in terms of new, revelatory content, but the heart and soul of the man and the love flowing from those who speak on his behalf help make this a winning production.

Lev N (au) wrote: Pretty shit film I still could stand it more than Hellraiser Hellworld though which is saying something. The acting in this is pretty bad this was my second time seeing it. One of the worst horror films I've ever seen and I can understand why Doug Bradley turned it down. Dimension just made it just so they could keep the rights to Hellraiser so they could make a remake which is happening with Doug Bradley coming back as Pinhead.

L Troy A (br) wrote: It was a little long winded...But Mark Wahlberg is has swagger like no other.

EWC o (ru) wrote: Fun, and hilarious. Really didn't want to see Quentin Tarantinos junk melt off tho.

Ivan V (jp) wrote: Since the history behind the Mexican Revolution is of high interest for me, I truly enjoyed this movie. Antonio Banderas does a great job at acting as Pancho Villa.

Benson F (nl) wrote: I just watched the remastered DVD. This film really captures the heart of AIDs in the early nineties - desperate, aimless, what the f**k do we do now ? Seventeen years later, it still grabs you and doesn't let go.

Paul B (au) wrote: Not good. Can't believe they made a sequel. Can't believe they made this one either.

Amanda O (ru) wrote: Used to watch this all the time when I was younger

Isabel R (br) wrote: It's far from excellent, but it's definitely underrated