My Friend Pinto

My Friend Pinto

Sweet, honest, and optimistic Michael Pinto has a knack for finding trouble. The search for a childhood friend leads him to the big city, and into an outlandish adventure.

Sweet, honest, and optimistic Michael Pinto has a knack for finding trouble. The search for a childhood friend leads him to the big city, and into an outlandish adventure. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


My Friend Pinto torrent reviews

Eric T (de) wrote: I sat inside a freakin' nebula.

Joe C (au) wrote: I'm pleased that this dark chapter of the Mormon Church, and of westward expansion has been addressed in film, but it's a shame that the result is so sappy and ham-handed.

Maura C (de) wrote: Great format as mockumentary without completely offending the fans.

Adam R (nl) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/3/2008)

Jennifer M (ag) wrote: Creepy but interesting

Noe D (es) wrote: Awesome. Classic... don't ever remake this

Ihra L (es) wrote: 40 sekunder med Crispin Glover.

Mitch P (kr) wrote: "Love in the Afternoon," the final entry in Eric Rohmer's Six Moral Tales series, finds the director addressing the ethics of romance and fidelity far more directly than he did in any of the prior films. One of the seminal European art films of the 1970s, "Love in the Afternoon" brims with insight, both cinematically and morally.

Art S (kr) wrote: Clocking in at just 80 minutes, the middle film in Bergman's so-called "Silence of God" trilogy really packs a punch. Focused on a priest who has lost his faith (which seemingly has real repercussions for his community) this is beautifully shot in chilly black and white by Sven Nyvist. The scene at the river edge is so stark and naturalistic (in all of its horror) that you can feel the self-loathing through the screen. As bleak as the title would suggest, but is it hope or a failure to know what else to do that motivates the final scene?

Eskil B (fr) wrote: Uuuuuuuugggghhhh. 1 hour 30 minutes is 1 hour 30 minutes too long. There are so many great noirs out there, don't waste your time on this one. Or maybe you should, just to appreciate the others more.

Ben L (gb) wrote: Long before anyone heard the name "Zucker" there were a group of guys making spoof movies like this by the name of "Marx". Like any good madcap comedy, the plot in Duck Soup is merely a loose structure that is sitting there for them to fill with jokes, and this one is definitely full of them. I really love the witty dialogue that includes a lot of one-liners that effectively play on words. The jabs are coming so rapid-fire that you almost don't have time to laugh for fear you'll miss the next one. What's really great about these guys is that they aren't just good with comedic dialogue, they also nail physical comedy. There are a few scenes that are very reminiscent of Chaplin or other silent comedians, and I love them too. This is the type of movie that includes a team of people who are living in a comedy, but the rest of the world is still in a dramatic film, and that always makes me laugh. The way everyone else plays straight men to the Marx brothers comedy works brilliantly. I think some people who expect more story from their movies would find Duck Soup frustrating, because it doesn't really make sense, and jumps all over the place, but I think it works because the comedy holds it all together. My one hesitation is that they chose to include a few musical numbers. They aren't all that funny, and they don't do much to move the story forward. It just felt like everything was put on hold for the song, and then picked up again. Aside from those few strange moments, I found Duck Soup to be a delightful comedy and one I would love to watch regularly.

Koh M (fr) wrote: disturbing, intense, beautiful. feels like one of more accesible haneke films. a masterpiece.

sean l (nl) wrote: not the greatest but I have seen far worse