Eckermann called Little Cloud, works in the Meteorological Office, but prefers to daydream in his bathtub. On his office computer he elaborates an absolute method for safe winning.

Mail author for translation. Egy kihalt gyarnegyedben, a varos peremen, valahol Kelet-Europaban, egy ures muhely kozepen all egy kad. Eckermann, a meteorologus furdik benne. Ideje java ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Meteo torrent reviews

Gary M (mx) wrote: Another relationship movie about effed-up urban liberals determined to reinvent marriage. But not without its charm.

Jamine G (nl) wrote: was definitely not what I was expecting. it was supposed to be a comedy, but I don't remember laughing. good actors, decent story, but so over done

Steven R (it) wrote: Not my favorite Svankmajer.

(jp) wrote: Even with a nearly painfully non-expressive voice acting and some quite visible plot holes, "Atlantis" holds its ground with fun characters and outstanding art and animation.

Ben E (ca) wrote: Just okay, but Michael Moore's cameo is hilarious

Andrey B (mx) wrote: A strong biographical movie which somehow manages to maintain for the most part unbiased approach to showcasing of the legendary Norwegian Knut Hamsun. The perfomance by Max von Sydow is beyond any praise, the expertly portrayed Hamsun by him is so vivid and real that you totally forget that it's actually an actor.

Shantel D (fr) wrote: Great concept! I kind of hated the ending, but it was decent until then.

MEC r (ag) wrote: This movie is ok. Nothing that spectacular though.

Walter M (mx) wrote: [font=Century Gothic][color=indigo]"Secret Honor" is a one-man film directed by Robert Altman featuring Philip Baker Hall as a post-disgrace Richard Nixon in full drunken, venomous rage, dictating his memoirs. Therein, lies the problem with this movie - there is not a lot of subtletly and nuance here which does not allow for much insight into his character. Despite this negative portrayal, I felt this movie let Nixon off the hook somewhat. He comes off as somewhat tragic instead of the monster I imagine he was. It does not help matters that "Secret Honor" reminds me of a lesser Twilight Zone episode; you know one where the evil old man has to face the sins of his long life. Hall is excellent as Nixon but I still prefer Dan Hedaya's performance in "Dick."(Note: "Secret Honor" might make for an interesting but none too enjoyable double feature with "The Assassination of Richard Nixon.")[/color][/font][font=Century Gothic][color=navy]"The Unfaithful Wife" is another straightforward piece of suspense from Claude Chabrol. This one is about a wealthy businessman(Michel Bouquet) who imagines that his beautiful wife(Stephane Audran) is having an affair. He hires an investigator for proof and goes to see the other man.(Like Chabrol's "L'Enfer", I am curious to know what makes the husband suspicious of his wife. And is it love or possessiveness that drives his actions?) This movie differs from some of Chabrol's other films in that it is a little trickier than most. Plus, there is much that is left unsaid and is left inferred.("The Unfaithful Wife" was remade a few years ago in English as "Unfaithful" starring Diane Lane and Richard Gere which I have not seen.) [/color][/font]

Luciano G (gb) wrote: The special effects really aren't as bad as you'd expect in such a low-budget film....a major plus is the cast, which includes the beautiful Munro.......while her acting might not be the greatest she at least fits the role perfectly and there's no doubt that her charm really helps keep the film moving....Starcrash isn't a masterpiece and it's not even a good movie but fans of camp should at least be entertained by it.....