Love drives two young lovers from Medellin, Colombia to seek fortune in New York City, only to find a harsh reality that will put to test their true love for one another. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Love drives two young lovers from Medellin, Colombia to seek fortune in New York City, only to find a harsh reality that will put to test their true love for one another.
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Heather M (nl) wrote: An exciting werewolf movie with some really cheesy special effects.
Adi Z (ru) wrote: oh you silly little michael Moore... you do make some good points in your moving pictures
Carlos M (au) wrote: I don't wanna talk... about the things I've gone through... watching this trashy, tacky and poorly directed ABBA musical in which nearly no one can sing decently - especially Pierce Brosnan, who sounds like a dog barking -, and it only makes me wonder what the point is.
Ghada A (fr) wrote: Silly !! just saw it for Gong Yoo's sake , but not worth it .
Craig I (au) wrote: A true sleeper that many people have never heard of and certainly don't know it was directed by Spielberg. A comedic tour-de-force with a huge cast of talented actors that give terrific performances. Very funny, with both laugh out loud jokes and those that make you chuckle and appreciate the writing of Zemeckis and Gale. Also, a great musical number and massive fight scene during the movie's climax with hundreds of extras, including a young James Caan (uncredited).The only movie with both Dan Akyroid and John Belushi in it, as well as comedy legends John Candy (Spaceballs), Slim Pickens (Blazing Saddles) and Warren Oats (Stripes). You need to see this movie now!
Adam F (mx) wrote: f you're a fan of giant monster movies, you've no doubt heard of "Gamera, the Giant Monster" and you will probably wonder why this kaiju is not as famous as "Godzilla". The reason is that the movie just isn't that good. The special effects are lousy, the dialogue (at least when it comes to the English dub) is terrible, the acting is weak and the movie has a very uneven tone that often derails it into unintentional hilarity. The story is about two scientists and a journalist who witness the rise of Gamera, a giant, fire-breathing turtle that's been awakened by a renegade nuclear bomb during the cold way. The creature was buried for millennia in the north pole and now that it's been unleashed onto mankind, it flies around and destroys entire cities looking to consume fire, it's main source of energy. Nothing seems to be able to stop it and our only hope is the combined efforts of the entire world, under the mysterious "Operation Z" Any parts of the film that are enjoyable are pretty much ripped straight out of "Godzilla" and scenes where "Gamera" runs amuck, destroying everything in it's path while the military is powerless to stop it are good. Some special effects showing war planes are pretty awful, with the strings easily visible but when it comes to the miniatures they are convincing. The scenes where Gamera is seen "eating" fire is well done and it's a cool concept. Gamera destroys buildings which in turn burst into flames, which give him energy to destroy more buildings and it makes for a credible reason why the creature would venture into densely populated areas. The costume for the monster isn't very good and often the movie shows it's low budget. It seems unlikely for example that the film was made in black and white for artistic reasons rather than budgetary ones. If you're sitting down with your friends and want to poke fun at the movie it's very easy thanks to the special effects and the often ridiculous abilities that are given to the titular monster. While the idea of Gamera being to fly using rockets in its shell sounds cool, on screen it looks incredibly silly.The film really suffers from a lack of direction. One scene you'll have people screaming in terror or being burned alive while Gamera incinerates a building and the next you have whimsical silly scenes with a small boy playing with his pet turtle. The film tries to have us sympathize with the monster by having a small boy (Toshio) insist that Gamera is not evil... just a few minutes after it finished destroying Tokyo. It becomes incredibly irritating to see Toshio constantly tugging at the pant legs of adults begging them not to hurt Gamera even if in one scene the monster does inexplicably save the boy from falling to his death. Sure he saved you kid, but who destroyed the lighthouse you fell out of in the first place? You just want to slap some sense into this boy. He has no real impact on the story and often just slows down the plot to a crawl. It's not like there's a last minute revelation that Gamera is actually good or misunderstood, the director just added a small child to the plot of the film so the little kids would have someone their own age interacting with the monster.Like most of these monster films there are several scenes where the military forces of Japan tries in vain to stop the monster with both conventional and science fiction weaponry. Usually there's a sense of either desperation or some vain gleam of hope because they've developed this brand-new superweapon but here the military look like a bunch of buffoons. The plans the generals come up with are just outlandish and what's even more surprising is that often they seem to work until a "convenient" plot point comes around and messes it up. The soldiers then give up and we get more scenes of people talking and Gamera destroying stuff. Because the movie repeats this formula several times it does get boring after a while and thankfully the bad acting, lousy effects and nonsensical plot developments come along and bring some life to the film."Gamera, the Giant Monster" has some interesting concepts, but the special effects, script and story are all lackluster. It descends into hilarity often because there are several parts that are so ridiculous it's impossible to believe the movie was taking itself seriously (particularly the end of the movie, which you have to see to believe). If you're curious it's entertaining enough in a bad way, but this is by no means a great entry into the giant monster genre. (1,5 / 5English Dub on Dvd, June 14, 2013) (2,5 / 5 Stars, Japanese with English Subtitles on Dvd, May 4th 2012).
Jordan L (gb) wrote: It was ok... but that's about it. Lambert is getting his butt handed to him most of the time.