Onde a Terra Acaba

Onde a Terra Acaba

On 17 May 1931, the young director Mário Peixoto released his masterpiece "Limite" in a premiere in Capitólio Theater in Rio de Janeiro to astonished audiences bewildered by the impressive ...

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Bill C (it) wrote: "Changes" is on my all-time top ten list of folk songs; so why don't I feel guilty about not liking this film? Is it because we could plug in a dozen different names for Phil Ochs and end up with the same movie? Is it because boyish charm wears thin all too quickly? Or is it because the truth is finally revealed with the release of Phil's seventh and final studio album, "Greatest Hits" (1970) - which, contrary to its title, offers ten tracks of new material, a gold lam suit and an abundance of self-pity?Are we attracted to the music because of the politics - or, are we attracted to the politics because of the music? I will always settle on the latter; sorry Phil, sorry Pete - think "one-hit-wonder".

Dilhara A (us) wrote: Bittersweet and enjoyable- although Garcia and Farmiga could've both been used for more charming and substantial roles.

Killer J (ca) wrote: Good in the first two hours. Then, it drags on...

Filippo T (au) wrote: best Burton's movie. pure, perfect, flawless victory...fatality

Mike W (es) wrote: Great baseball film.

Greg W (it) wrote: gr8 cast and a catch phrase- 'don't make me come get you!'

Jackson P (jp) wrote: Has many flaws but has some good. The biggest problem is the characters (besides Chief) and the film has very little suspense unlike the first.

Maria R (ca) wrote: If you can find this movie (and I did!), you'll love it. A very rare performance by Doris Day - most of you are probably too young to know who she is. I highly recommend it.

Jack S (br) wrote: Probably not a very well-known movie, but this is one of the best Westerns that I have seen. Kirk Douglas is a powerhouse, as the determined lawman, hell-bent on bringing cattle-baron Quinn's son to justice, after he raped and killed Douglas's Indian wife. Powerful, suspenseful, reminds one of another great Western, 3:10 to Yuma.

Whowants T (es) wrote: While it is cliched and instantly forgettable, there are a lot worse ways to spend your time than watching "Bataan."

Lucas D (br) wrote: This shit was good. A dirty tale of half-redemption, brutally honest and well-wrought. It made me root for a corrupt junky cop played by Nicolas Cage! Now that's something. Herzog takes a trip to the police genre, and manages to get all the classic good shit right while evading the major topical plotpoints. Honest, unbiased character study; and just (SPOILER) when you thought he was clean and it was another one of those sappy happy endings, bam, he be snorting again. (SPOILER ENDS) Life is more complicated than that, and this film gets it.Okay, I got a bit carried away. I fully understand the criticism this film got, but the most common complaints really didn't matter to me, such as implausible plot-points or Cage's performance (which I found awesome. I'm here to be entertained, and I was). It ain't for everybody, certainly. But I liked how in-your-face it was, letting the antihero get away with all his shenanigans. Hollywood does not do that, so I enjoyed this daring. He's not an asshole in the end, I mean, he can be a junky/crook and still be the good guy, and that's a daring move, and Werner/Cage convinced me that's possible, and I thank them for that.

Gary S (jp) wrote: Bored with the same stuff for the last two hours.