Mi rifaccio vivo

Mi rifaccio vivo

After spending most of his life being defeated by his rival, Ottone, Biagio tries committing suicide - but in the hereafter he is offered a chance to come back to life for a week

After spending most of his life being defeated by his rival, Ottone, Biagio tries committing suicide - but in the hereafter he is offered a chance to come back to life for a week . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Nick N (ca) wrote: Loved this movie. Better then most I've seen outa the theaters for 2014. Great action. Nothing better then the guy who played spawn

Naoya K (es) wrote: Self-remake by Hark Tsui. Scale gets bigger and images become more spectacular thanks to the development of CG technology, but the story is still very absurd. There are some unnecessary characters that prevents audiences to focus on some particular main characters. CG quality is pretty good, and there are some stunning images, but it's still like a full-CG TV game or animation... Probably this one works better if it was an totally animation.

Mike K (it) wrote: Caught it on early morning CINEMAX, been in love ever since. A-

Darryl R (mx) wrote: Ahhhhh this movie reminds me of living in my home town of Swindin

Bill B (fr) wrote: I really enjoyed this one a lot, save for Orson Welles doing that silly Irish accent, which I can only assume was thrown in simply because he felt that he could do one. Overall I just found it a bit distracting. The film looks great and I thought Rita Hayworth was super hot with the short hair, which apparently the rest of the world didn't care for at the time.Recommended.

Jessica H (mx) wrote: It's Shirley Temple, so it is what it is.

Ni K (au) wrote: When I watched this film I had no idea about its first part. This was probably the first movie I felt in love with and also the one I've watched the most times. Then I was informed about the first part and watch it also but I think the second part is still the best, not even mentioning the third one.This second part is basically the conversation between two characters. The mam and the women are talking about bunch of different things which are happening in their life but there conversations are really meaningful and interesting.So, that's a love story. Very beautiful love story and very unique. The movie is full of beautiful scenes and moments you will love and rest like everything acting, directing, sounds, music, script and aaall rest are simply beautiful! You want regret watching this film.

Ryan W (jp) wrote: Grabbers does all the horror well but when it comes to the comedy not so great

Robbie V (nl) wrote: Histrionics US style.

Stuart K (ca) wrote: The directorial debut of Steven Soderbergh, who had made short films and done odd jobs in television and film until then. For his debut, Soderbergh wrote the script in 8 days while on a cross country trip across America, and after raising $1.2 million to make the film, it was shot in 30 days in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It's a deep and honest look at relationships and the sexual nature of relationships. In Baton Rouge, Ann Bishop Mullany (Andie MacDowell) is in an unhappy marriage to John (Peter Gallagher), and when they have sex, she's unable to orgasm, while John has been cheating on Ann with barmaid Cynthia (Laura San Giacomo). Ann has been seeing a therapist (Ron Vawter) about this. However, John's friend Graham Dalton (James Spader), who has been drifting the country for 9 years since college, returns to Baton Rouge, and into John's life. When Ann comes to Graham's apartment, she finds loads of videotapes, and they're all made by Graham of women talking candidly about their sexual experiences to Graham, and it unlocks something in Ann. It's a good character drama and it set Soderbergh off on the right path of directing, but after making this, it would take Soderbergh another 9 years before he broke into the mainstream with Out of Sight (1998). Sex, Lies and Videotape won the Palme D'Or at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival, and it's critical and commercial succes helped oversee a wave of low-budget independent films that would follow ever since.