Mi loco Erasmus

Mi loco Erasmus

A comedy that walks on the field of non-fiction, focusing on the attempts of an artist (Dídac Alcaraz) to reflect the presence of foreign students in Barcelona. The film reflects the process of a creator who wants to fulfill his dream, complete your project, but to get away ever more of reality. The problem is he has no money, no one understands the film. Only a friend seems willing to help and accompany him on the inner journey that plunges Dídac as you progress in the process of completing his film.

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Mi loco Erasmus torrent reviews

Jinx C (gb) wrote: Hard one to watch for me but was a pretty good flick...

AJ G (de) wrote: This movie probably wasn't that bad it was just boring.

Nurul I (kr) wrote: when u trusted to ur father. it's gud muvi

Daniel S (gb) wrote: It's really hard to describe this movie, it takes places in a quasi reality, essentially just within the mind of the main character in the way that he views the world, you really can't use logic when watching this, you just have to go with it and experience it, all the acting is very good, and there are several very poignant/tender scenes, just as the ones with hoffman and morton early on, and the ending scene, and tom noonan's last scene, it's very different yes, as are all of charlie kaufmans films, but also very real and human too, more in the vain of his recent anomalisa instead of say being john malkovich, also the score is very good too, from jonze/kaufman regular jon brion, it does go on a bit long, near the end for sure, but overall it's another quality kaufman film, and i def recommend for fans of his

Scott C (de) wrote: One of the best Canadian films ever made.

Robert B (ca) wrote: Let It Ride (Joe Pytka, 1989)[originally posted 16Oct2000]I hate Richard Dreyfuss. I have always hated Richard Dreyfuss. I'm not exactly sure why that is, but so it goes. Of course, my theory that every bad actor gets one good role is well-known about these parts, and lo and behold, I have found Dreyfuss'.Richard plays Charlie Trotter, a long time track veteran of whom hundreds can be found at any track in America (in this case, Hialeah is the culprit). He's given a wonderful ensemble cast, from his deadbeat sidekick Looney (David Johansen) to his fed-up wife (Teri Garr) to the vapid girlfriend of a high roller who latches onto him (Jennifer Tilly), along with dozens more. Trotter, usually a loser through and through, has a good day. A really good day. He racks fifty bucks up to sixty-four thousand by the film's final scenes (telling you about the last race would be a crime against nature if you've not seen the film).The horse photography is decent, and it's always nice to see a film that portrays track life at all, but what really makes this fly is the obvious love the characters have for the life, and the accuracy that went into them. Jay Cronley, who wrote the novel upon which this film is based, obviously knows his stuff inside and out. The characters are sharp, funny, and enjoyable. The track setting is just icing on the cake; they'd be sharp, funny, and enjoyable no matter where you set them down. A thoroughly easy film to like. One wonders why Pytka didn't direct his next film for seven years (and why it had to be, of all things, Space Jam). *** 1/2

TheIan E (nl) wrote: Excellent gritty and nasty, a look at Punk and drug abuse without Hollywood shine this is bleak and brilliantly done.

Terri H (ru) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Shawn W (br) wrote: Popeye Doyle goes to France to track down the elusive Charnier but ends up as his prisoner and is force fed a steady diet of heroin. Arson is apparently not a serious crime in France as Doyle burns down a cheap hotel with no reprecussions.

Orlok W (kr) wrote: An All-Too- Rare Look at Filipino Resistance--Gritty and uncompromising!!

Steve K (ca) wrote: Someone should go to jail for making a movie this bad.

Heather M (au) wrote: Bad special effects and a silly plot have never been so much fun to watch!

Andr D (it) wrote: Luego de la salida del director Paul Greengrass y de su protagonista Matt Damon, la serie Bourne enfrenta en serios problemas. Tony Gilroy asume la direccin con mucha clase (pero no es Greengrass) y asume una propuesta de accin e intriga similar a la serie del agente Jack Ryan. Jeremy Renner ("The Hurt Locker", "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol", "The Avengers"), reemplaza a Matt Damon como el agente Aaron Cross y sale bien librado de semejante encargo (pero no es Damon, quien naci para el papel). "The Bourne Legacy" no llega a la grandiosidad de los captulos anteriores de la saga, pero es una cinta de accin y espionaje que mantiene el inters de principio a fin, pese a las prdidas de actor y director.

Zoran S (gb) wrote: It looks lovely with the Technicolor but it's totally dopey.