The poor Italian peasant boy Francesco already has visions of Jesus and Mary as a child, but the Devil visits him too. He, Francesco, is quite certain that he will become a priest. After entering the Capuchin Order it becomes clear that Padre Pio (his new name) has powers which can not be explained rationally: he heals the sick, knows the names, problems and future of complete strangers.
- Stars:Sergio Castellitto, Sergio Albelli, Pietro Biondi, Gianni Bonagura, Andrea Buscemi, Raffaele Castria, Roberto Chevalier, Tosca D'Aquino, Mario Erpichini, Pierfrancesco Favino, Elio Germano, Lorenza Indovina, Flavio Insinna, Adolfo Lastretti, Camillo Milli,
- Director:Carlo Carlei,
- Writer:Renzo Allegri (book), Carlo Carlei, Massimo De Rita (screenplay), Massimo De Rita (story), Mario Falcone (screenplay), Mario Falcone (story)
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Padre Pio torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Beautifully captured the reality in the Christians treatment to others! I think its really useful if you are a christian otherwise you might not find it gritty enough
(us) wrote: This film is somewhere between the negative reviews and the glowing ones--a film with moments of gripping suspense and puzzling plot twists but also many moments of laughable action or failures of logic in the story. Seeing Jodie Foster run in slow motion down the aisle of a large airline, intense to the point of bursting, is not one of those better moments, and the director doesn't have the decency to keep this to a one-time action sequence but gives it again. Foster is a good enough actress but is too tightly wound in this one for my taste. Her young daughter is not just traumatized by recent events but comatose and completely unlikable in her performance--cute but devoid of energy. A couple of other key characters are well-played within the limits of the script, particularly the plane's captain played by Sean Bean. The penultimate scene is fairly powerful in bringing the film's action to a crescendo, but too much of the movie's action is rather repetitive, though it's intended to build suspense.
(us) wrote: Very nice soundtrack. :)
(au) wrote: I am a big fan of the looney tunes and this movie captures the tone of the show perfectly with a really funny and over the top plot and villain it's fun and wacky entertainment from start to finish.3.2/5 stars
(us) wrote: there are a good amount of twist and turns which holds the film above water.
(it) wrote: Drag Me to Hell is a film about a girl who gets cursed by an old lady and has to deal with a demon chasing her for three days before she is dragged to hell. Sam Rami directs a solid horror film that is ultimately dragged down by the predictably of the script and lukewarm acting. I'm not even sure if the acting was not very good or if the script just didn't let its actors work with anything. The plot itself is interesting, but the direction you think the movie will go in it does every time. There were also some really gross gore effects that were allright at first, but just became too much later on. However, there is definitely a lot of tension in this film, I really felt like something unimaginably terrifying was stalking the main character. The movie was also well shot, and was a good film to look at. However, it was predictable and not a movie essential for horror fans to see, not the worst though
(br) wrote: Shooting location is near my house! With Emmett Cullen haha..
(au) wrote: It has its moments for sure. Don't ever believe the critics though especially the people who have posted below who trashed the movie without being intelligent about it. Their never worked in the industry opinion is worth no more than yours, people.
(au) wrote: Bearable, fell asleep in places