The story of rebel gaucho Martin Fierro and his people, and their life in the Argentine Pampas some centuries ago.
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Pito R (au) wrote: Great sequel, it had all the elements of the first that made it awesome. I can't wait for the third installment.
Al M (gb) wrote: A direct-to-video sequel to a rather forgettable film, Mirrors 2 manages to be a better horror film than you would expect with decent death scenes and some decently creepy moments.
Bryanna H (de) wrote: The hype might have destroyed this for me. The build up to this documentary made it seem like it would be another TKAA, howevere, it is a pretty basic, if not well constructed, documentary. The new who content supposedly compliled was missing or in small snippets. This is great for a casual fan that wants to know more about the band. But if you want the Who doing what they do best, pick up TKAA.
Chihoe H (ru) wrote: "C.R.A.Z.Y." is one of the best movies from Canada and with a gay coming-of-age story that I have seen. Focusing on the Z in "C.R.A.Z.Y." in the span of 20 years from 1960 on, Zachary grows up with four other brothers, Christian, Raymond, Antoine, and Yvan, in a conservative family in rural Quebec. Zach is different from the rest - he knows it since young, so do his parents. On top of this, he shares the same birthday as Baby Jesus and was once told he has the power to heal, and is thus seen by his devout Catholic mother as a miracle son. From this sprouts the pains of his growing up through puberty, as he discovers his nature, deals with the intentions of his father while garnering the love of his mother, and fights the pressures from his brothers and family friends. With its quirky introductions of Zach and his family in a voiceover narration, the beginning was very reminiscent to "Amelie". This light-heartedness evolves into something darker and more somber via its narrative and acting, but it is through this evolution that "C.R.A.Z.Y." finds its distinct voice and strengths.
Movie f (br) wrote: A sharp, if a bit contrived, dark comedy about two women who scheme to get millions from a mob boss after one them accidentally killed his brother. Very good film.
Lee M (es) wrote: Hal Hartley's Simple Men is a beautifully realized American art film. Tale of two brothers' search for their renegade father, and the major life change one of them experiences, possesses exceptional literary and cinematic qualities, as well as emotional resonance.
Robyn M (jp) wrote: American girl meets hunky french dude, resulting in Hollywoods romantic couple in a movie. Out of fish bowl romance, maybe but Green card splits gimics from orginals. Making a fascinating light, frothy, fluffy comedy about 2 people trapped in limbo with Government problem. 1 needing a green card to stay in the country legally the other to keep an apartment without being evicted resort to getting married. What was once platonic and careless turns out to be a blessing in disguise.
Syed A (fr) wrote: a forgotten masterpiece.
Luca Maria M (es) wrote: I had mixed feeling about it. It's not so bad in itself,a kind of action version of the Exorcist, and some scenes were really cool. But i didn't have the same feeling i had reading Vertigo's comics, apart from some moment every now and then, that showed the anarchic side of the character. But the ending scene really bothered me and i didn't understand how a blond guy with an ocre trench managed to become a black haired guy with a black dress.
Ricky P (mx) wrote: It may not be certified as a classic in horror cinema but Final Destination is an original story with very clever deaths and riveting performances
Giovanni M (es) wrote: A movie that is aimless but should be, Jeff Who Lives At Home's two leads practically steal the whole movie.
Jason E (fr) wrote: The premise seems kind of like a downgrade.
Alice Clearman F (kr) wrote: LOVED this beautiful film. Booed at Cannes? 12% on Rotten Tomatoes? Screw the critics! It's absolutely beautiful!