O Aleijadinho

O Aleijadinho

O Aleijadinho, a study of the work of Antonio Francisco Lisboa, the architect whose cathedral de Andrade had assisted in the restoration of more than 20 years earlier. de Andrade dedicated the film to his father, who had sent him on the expedition.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:23 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:O Aleijadinho 1978 full movies, O Aleijadinho torrents movie

A brief piece on one of the greatest Brazilian artists of all time, Antônio Francisco Lisboa, the Aleijadinho. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dave S (ag) wrote: This movie was made based around the twist ending, which is a stupid fucking twist anyway. No redeeming features at all.

Xyme A (ag) wrote: its nt so intrestin as i thought... i'll say Golmaal Returns is greater than this movie...

Nancy R (ag) wrote: Good ensemble cast and performances. Easily appreciated by anyone (irregardless of ethnicity) who have family issues. And don't we all? Good job,all.

Mark W (fr) wrote: It's over the top, highly predictable and weakly acted... But it's a very entertaining movie! You know what you are getting when you here a SyFy movie is on the horizon so you typically just enjoy it for what it is without being too critical (similar to a Full Moon film) and that's the secret to enjoying these kind of movies! I would recommend this for a few laughs, a few gory deaths and 4 giant killer crocs.

Kimberly M (mx) wrote: An interesting look into one woman's quest to find the right guy and learn about herself in the process.

Robert C (us) wrote: Because sometimes you need to see a horror movie.

Kyle M (ca) wrote: A good animated film from Warner Bros. with an exceptional musical portion and charming animation with the same formula non-Disney animated films use. (B+)(Full review coming soon)

Cyrus B (kr) wrote: THE LIVING ENDThe Living End, was director Gregg Araki??s first big movie, managing to get a screening at the Sundance film festival in 1992. The film was a part of the big gay/lesbian film movement of the early nineties, which at the time was met with mixed opinions of hatred and praise. Since then Gregg Araki has gone on to become a household name amongst true fans of cinema, and this film clearly shows itself as a piece of his work.Craig Gilmore plays Jon, a young homosexual man who has just discovered he has the HIV virus, he is far from being a well adjusted person in the first place, and his thoughts about his future seem bleak. Driving along one night, he picks up Luke(Mike Dytri), a rebellious young man with HIV, who has believes in nothing but raw hedonism. Within a short while, they end up in bed together, and soon embark on a journey as outlaws due to Luke??s disrespect for the law. The film charts their relationship up until it??s exciting conclusion, offering opinions about society of the time as it goes.The first thing one notices when viewing this film, is the camera work, unmistakably Araki. We are offered some camera angles that give us a unique perspective of the action, and can make viewing the film somewhat shocking, as we are brought straight into the passion between these two men. The use of framing is quite exceptional, arranging each frame as if it were a masterpiece in itself, which is often the case I this movie.On a more disappointing note, the performances from the whole cast really aren??t up to much. They are just about believable, and only really generate any sort of power right near the end, which is a little too late to recover the film in terms of it??s acting quality.The acting however, could be partially blamed on the script, which in terms of narrative is promising, but really doesn??t cut it when it comes down to the dialogue. Fortunately, Araki hasn??t overstuffed the movie with dialogue, possibly knowing that it??s one of the film??s weak points, he??s relied on the camera more, which is what saves the film.There is something special about The Living End, it??s hard to quantify what exactly, but the impression the film leaves upon it??s audience is always a large one, whether it??s disgust or attraction. The feel of the movie, generated heavily through Araki??s camera work and shot selection in the editing process does give this piece a very consistent feel, and does bring the audience into this unusual world, for better or worse.Overall, there is a lot to be said about this movie, half the people who??ve seen it loathe it with a passion, the rest tend to herald it as a key film in recent history and the development in gay/lesbian cinema. But with al that said and done, this piece is really a unique journey, that is let down by it??s dialogue and actors, however it is then more than fairly compensated by Gregg Araki??s skill. This piece is worth viewing for two reasons, Araki??s spectacular direction and editing, and to see how the piece makes you feel personally. A lot of people will hate this film, but those more critical of cinema will be impressed by it??s art and appreciate it as a niche film of it??s time.

Taylor B (kr) wrote: A excellent Jet Li film with lots of great fight scenes, interesting locations, and drama.

Sarfara A (br) wrote: Directed by Alvin Rakoff Starring George Kennedy. Ghost Ship doesn't win us beyond its horrible set-designing. It might have been a great film, had there been some solid script. It looked awkward most of the time, I never felt urge to watch it attentively.

Justin S (gb) wrote: The plot can be a bit scattered at times, but damn do the performances and vibe make up for it. Meeker as a rough P.I. was awesome, and the ending is shocking, and classic. Now I know what the MacGuffin in Pulp Fiction was referencing.

gary t (es) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that robert adler, richard widmark, philip ober, hugh o brian, jean peters, katy jurado, carl benton reid, E.G marshall, Earl holliman, robert wagner,richard widmark, spencer tracy play good roles/parts throughout this movie.....i think that the director of this classics/drama/western movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie...i think that spencer tracy is brilliant as the strict disciplinarian throughout this movie....i think that this is a great classics movie 2 watch its got a good cast throughout this movie

Dinesh P (au) wrote: A very nice film . The highlight of the film is the climax it breaks the normal mold of heightened climax and kid winning the competition etc. But this film makes the character learn the life and overcome his fears. A must watch film.

Christopher E (nl) wrote: This one sucks. Watch the first two.

Cal (au) wrote: "You keep talking and I'm gonna take your head off."1974's Mr. Majestyk arrived during the most lucrative period of actor Charles Bronson's career; a time when movie-goers attended cinemas to see actioners like Red Sun, Chato's Land, Death Wish and The Mechanic. 1974 was most likely the best season of all for Bronson, as Mr. Majestyk and Death Wish were running in theatres simultaneously. While Mr. Majestyk lacks the social commentary of the vigilante actioner Death Wish, the film nonetheless packs a wallop and remains an enjoyable, competent showcase for Charles Bronson's superhero cool. Most interesting about the movie is the fact that screenwriter Elmore Leonard managed to transform the subject of the mistreatment of migrant workers into a vehicle for Bronson's violent heroics.Bronson's character here is the titular Mr. Majestyk; a solemn watermelon farmer in Colorado who does not take kindly to anyone messing around in his watermelon patch. With harvesting time upon him, Majestyk hires a crew of migrant workers to pick the watermelons, but a local weasel named Bobby Kopas (Koslo) shows up demanding that Majestyk hire his men. After opening a can of whoop-ass on Kopas, Majestyk ends up in the local prison where he runs afoul with mafia hitman Frank Renda (Lettieri). Predictably, Renda is furious, and vows revenge on Majestyk. Of course, the enjoyment from here on in is watching Renda and Kopas bullying Majestyk, but them being unaware of the danger they're wandering into by doing so.Elmore Leonard penned the script for Mr. Majestyk, and the usual rhythms of his hard-bitten prose are evident throughout. No revenge/vigilante clich was left unused here, too, with Majestyk's best friend being mortally wounded, the love interest being placed in danger, the police being wholly incompetent, etc. The list goes on. Fortunately, there's a welcome amount of tongue-in-cheek humour within the film, and plenty of opportunities for Bronson to showcase the capabilities of his usual "don't fuck with me" screen persona. It's enough to trigger a few big dumb grins from time to time. Thankfully, too, the filmmaking is of a high standard here; director Richard Fleischer proved competent at handling moments of tension in particular. Coming from the heyday of the 1970s, the action is low-tech by contemporary standards but the violence packs a realistic punch. The climactic shootout is a humdinger, and there are some impressive chase scenes as well. Old school truly is the best school.Mr. Majestyk additionally proves that a Charles Bronson revenge movie can be made about practically anything. In the Death Wish movies, Bronson avenged the death of loved ones. In Mr. Majestyk, Bronson avenges the death of his watermelon crop. There is even a scene depicting a bunch of gunmen callously blowing holes in a massive watermelon pile. When Bronson sees that his melons have been blown to smithereens, he emotes more than he did in all of the Death Wish movies combined. Sure, he merely lowers his head in anger and clenches his fist, but, considering Bronson's usual acting standard, this moment represents Laurence Olivier-type shit. As for the rest of his performance, Bronson played Majestyk with his usual quiet, stoic toughness, and his line delivery is frequently contrived. Like John Wayne, however, Bronson's fans attended his movies to enjoy his badass screen presence, and Mr. Majestyk delivers in this respect. However, it's Al Lettieri as Frank Renda who truly stands out here. Renda is a vicious brute, and it's easy to root against him.The only real problem with Mr. Majestyk is that the set-up is too sluggish and laborious. If the movie was solely about Majestyk fending people off of his land, it would have been far simpler, more focused and all-round superior. Additionally, aside from pacing issues, Mr. Majestyk never truly stands out in any aspect; it's just an enjoyable, by-the-numbers action movie you will likely forget about a few days after watching. Nevertheless, it's a fun watch, and fans of Charles Bronson cannot afford to miss it.