Miss Bala

Miss Bala

The story of a young woman clinging on to her dream to become a beauty contest queen in a Mexico dominated by organized crime.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:113 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Spanish,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rape,   student,   killing,  

After entering a beauty contest in Tijuana, a young woman witnesses drug-related murders and is forced to do the gang's bidding. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Miss Bala torrent reviews

Damon R (nl) wrote: This sci-fi movie is both thrilling and scary at the same time. I'm getting my own copy soon.

Private U (mx) wrote: I don't understand the "professional" critics. This movie can be resumed like this: Magical and simple, Odd but touching, nice character development and story telling. Most of time people and "professional" critics complain because studios make all the time the same formula, and when they try something a little different they just reject a movie and call it sharply odd.

Rob C (es) wrote: One of my all-time favorites. I love Woody Harrelson and Kat Dennings. And the Ending Theme, Metric's "Help, I'm Alive," is awesome.

Konrad R (ag) wrote: If you're a Galactica fan, trust me - skip this one. It's a really low, opportunistic attempt and making an extra buck.

Jason M (it) wrote: this movie absolutely sucked out loud, worst acting ever!!!

Tom M (ca) wrote: Just about worth watching if you enjoy crossword puzzles. Nothing revelatory or even especially interesting here, but entertaining enough to kill 90 minutes. A nice paean to nerds.

Gavin M (mx) wrote: Tommy Lee Jones gives the performance of his career.

Noname (ru) wrote: A pretty good mafia/gangster style movie with a nice story and great actors like Alec Baldwin and Scoot Caan. Story follows 3 friends in Brooklyn in the 80s and their lifes etc.. I like mafia movies so i gave this flick a shot and i enjoyed it. Nice music aswell (80's fan)

Eric H (gb) wrote: This is one of best films with a live animal in the lead role, this Bresson film is profound art. Excellent acting, masterful direction, decent new translation ... French is a little more descriptive and poetic, as usual. The camera follows the winding life span of a donkey in rural France. Used for noble and ignoble, legal and illegal purposes at times, the donkey changes hands repeatedly, at times abused and other times shown loving care and attention. Akin to the style and tone of pre-War French Poetic Relism, despair grows as the setting opens with hopeful simplicity and deteriorates as dreams fade, hearts harden and people die. In the end, the donkey who has witnessed much becomes not only a pawn but a victim. Le pauvre. Funny I didn't see a notice at the end of the film: "No animals were harmed in the making of this film." Anyway, well worth watching more than once.

Wesley W (kr) wrote: I am surprised because the film appealed to me 6 or 7 years ago and now I relised that this movie is just stupid most of the time. I did like a few things though like Lin Shaye's performance, that scene at St. Benards, and that cool Kiss concert at the end. The movie would really only be a good time if you were drunk or stoned as hell, otherwise your gonna find that this film has terrible acting, horrible script, cliche moments, and stupid moments that are just thrown in for the sake of time until the Kiss concert. I like most rock and metal music and I like Kiss, just not this movie.

Christopher S (de) wrote: Scenes from a Mall is a hard film to describe. It has a great premise, two great leads that immediately click, a skilled director, and a setting that is one of my favorites. Why the low rating? It's hard to put my finger on what actually goes wrong. Maybe it's the "mime", played by Bill Irwin. He has got to be one of the most annoying film characters of all time. The mime is put in the mall to entertain shoppers, and in the film to provide a failure of comic relief. He mimics the bickering couple in frequent points of the film, and never seems to stop miming or being a nuisance. He's an unnecessary, poorly conceived character who has no purpose in a film like this.

John M (br) wrote: An imminently enjoyable Italian made low budget Star Wards rip-off - it's cheeseball in the best way possible. Surprisingly excellent performance by Christopher Plummer.

Paul D (au) wrote: Fair revenge western, but not too sure why two or three songs pop up amongst proceedings as their not needed and feel strange.

Steve W (mx) wrote: A bit too holier than thou than necessary. It is prophetic with its views on war and the debate of religion versus science. It was simply not that interesting since I thought the 'wandering sickness' segment would be longer and this is considered a very early zombie/infected movie. It was only a small part. The stilted and hammy acting didn't help either. It felt like the cast was on a stage and had to shout their lines so the audience could hear them.

Joel C (gb) wrote: Watch the 2012 version of Dredd instead not this version.

Graham C (kr) wrote: Good film! Brosnan and Nesson are superb in this gritty vengeful story involving two soldiers of a civil war and one of the them committing atrocity.

Ryan K (ca) wrote: An interesting story that's both engaging and well acted. If you want to see Dennis Hopper act like Brando, that's this movie. If you like endings that leave questions, and movies that can start to make you believe that fantasy and reality may be able to co-exist this maybe a movie for you.

James H (fr) wrote: Grimsby doesn't really feel like a film it feels like a line of very offence jokes put into order. Some of the jokes (although offensive) are hilarious and other are disgusting but still quite funny. The story line around it is ridiculous and bits of it do not make any sense. I will never know how Cohen persuaded Strong to do this film. There are some touching moments in the flash backs but there simply aren't enough of them.