Rodrigo makes casual sex, with any woman who crosses his way in the night bars. In college, he meets Mariana and falls in love for the first time in his life. Mariana behaves in a dubious ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Na carne e na alma
Rodrigo makes casual sex, with any woman who crosses his way in the night bars. In college, he meets Mariana and falls in love for the first time in his life. Mariana behaves in a dubious ...
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Tracy F (kr) wrote: Paranormal Activity meets the Amityville gang. Bad. Just bad. Did I mention bad? Wasn't even scary
c0up (nl) wrote: 'The Eye of the Storm'. Three brilliant central performances and a 2nd to final, climactic act that was perfect!
Carlos M (ru) wrote: Clooney proves again that he knows how to direct intelligent films that rely on a great dialogue, and this intriguing character study is gripping from the first scene to the last, centered on a brilliant political battle and with an intense performance by the always fantastic Ryan Gosling.
Derek C (mx) wrote: Richard (Dick) Roeper gave this a positive review, as he is one of the few top critics to even speak about this wretched film. Roeper is dead to me as he is to Ebert.
J K (jp) wrote: Any movies with Sean Young (minus Stripes and the first Ace Ventura) should be avoided like nuclear waste.
Robbie N (nl) wrote: From what I can remember, this movie was actually really bad. The animation was shaky as well as the plot. A generic animal film with no magic or imagination. It will keep you entertained as a child, or probably just a toddler, but any older and you'll very much regret it.
Sam A (au) wrote: Both jarring and haunting, Mean Creek is an excellent portrayal of how cruel children can be and for a debutante director it is even more impressive. The largest emotional impact for me was in the first part of the movie where the rich character devolpment of the film largely took place. Josh Peck was truly incredible, something that I previously had not though possible of him, in the role of the misunderstood bully and I really felt empathetic for his character. In fact the whole cast was truly impressive, rarely do we see a movie carried by such capable young actors. The beginning of the second half of the film was highly intense, mainly just consisting of silent looks between actors but after that part I began to lose interest before the film towards the end began resonating again. An impressive film that I would definitely recommend and after watching one finds oneself with a healthy respect for Josh Peck of all people.
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Ola G (es) wrote: Rick (Owen Wilson) and Fred (Jason Sudeikis) are best friends as are their wives, Maggie (Jenna Fischer) and Grace (Christina Applegate). They are both unhappy with their married lives and missing the old days when they were single. Realizing this, their wives talk to their friend Dr. Lucy (Joy Behar) and decide to give them a "Hall Pass": A week off from marriage during which they can have sex with other women. They are skeptical at first, but ultimately accept the offers and try to pick up women with their friends Gary (Stephen Merchant), Flats (J. B. Smoove) and Hog Head (Larry Joe Campbell). But the guys take their time and their week is almost up and they havent really reached their goal. What they don't realize is that at the same time their wives make connections of their own... Rotten Tomatoes consensus reads, "Some filmgoers may be surprised by the Farrellys' defense of traditional domestic values in Hall Pass -- unfortunately, they'll probably also be dismayed by the absence of laughs." Critic Roger Ebert gave the film two and a half out of four stars saying, "A problem with Hall Pass, I think, is that both Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis are affable, and the movie wants us to like them." Richard Roeper gave the film a B?, stating that there are some points where it gets a little graphic, but it's all for a good laugh. The UltraCulture film blog said that its biggest problem wasn't its attitude to women (although that was brought into question), but its "disguising of an inherently conservative movie as some kind of anything-goes frat house sex romp." British newspaper The Telegraph named Hall Pass one of the ten worst films of 2011, saying, "Hall Pass is outright hideous and also embarrassing, like a creepy uncle sporting a backwards baseball cap and cracking bad, lewd jokes for the under-thirties. At a funeral." The Farrelly brothers has served the moviegoers with ups and downs, mostly downs the past years and "Hall Pass" is hardly part of the ups. My main problem here is the tired stereotypical character structure, with the males being incompetent, pathetic, hapless and dependent, while the females are bitchy, controlling, evil and sure on their own sovereignty. Its truly tiring to see this displayed in the film. The idea of a "Hall Pass" is also extremely tiring and juvenile. With the message that a wife can have an extramarital affair and its ok because she does "love her husband", but the husband cannot, or at least if he does, the marriage is for sure over, is just offensive in every direction when we are struggling globally to achieve a balance for the sexes in salaries, status etc. "Hall Pass" gets a gigantic pass from me.