Pelé: Birth of a Legend

Pelé: Birth of a Legend

Pele's meteoric rise from the slums of Sao Paulo to leading Brazil to its first World Cup victory at the age of 17 is chronicled in this biographical drama. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Filippo V (jp) wrote: Grande titolo brutalmente rovinato dalla traduzione italiana "Apes Revolution"... Non capisco quale geniale mente decida di storpiare in modo cos superficiale un titolo volutamente scelto per il collegamento con gli altri film della serie. Questo secondo film riprende a raccontare le vicende con un salto temporale di 10 anni: ora gli umani sono personaggi quasi marginali e sono le scimmie le vere protagoniste del film. Queste sono riprodotte con effetti speciali superlativi che le conferiscono un realismo nell'aspetto e nei movimenti davvero fuori dal normale. La trama e i personaggi vengono raccontati e descritti in modo molto pi realistico ed approfondito rispetto al primo capitolo, che presentava qualche approssimazione. Le scelte del nuovo regista Matt Reeves si notano soprattutto nelle scene d'azione, con movimenti della camera solidi, tagli di montaggio calibrati e piani sequenza al momento giusto. Alla fine il tutto ci lascia in bocca un sapore di freschezza e di voglia nel vedere il prossimo film di una saga cos piacevole.

Khalid M (us) wrote: nice movie.. it waz entertainin and xiting..

Tom K (it) wrote: I can't remember this because I watched it when I was drunk. I gave it 4 1/2 stars at the time, though, so I must have enjoyed it.

Jonathon M (fr) wrote: Another great bio-snippet of Tony Blair by Michael Sheen. Quaid is awfully good as Clinton.

Jesse K (fr) wrote: While some may find Valhalla Rising to be an excruciating borefest, I was engaged until the end thanks to the stunning cinematography and intriguing story, offering many questions to be asked.

Maggie L (jp) wrote: Only because of Oguri Shun I saw it, and everything else really sucked

Lisa R (de) wrote: An inspring movie that every teacher should see. Tear jerker!

Dann M (br) wrote: Derivative and uninspired, Cruel Intentions 2 lacks the cleverness and stylistic vision of the original. This prequel follows Sebastian Valmont as he's corrupted by a life of privilege, and is drawn into the sexual games of his step-sister Kathryn. There's some interesting casting, including Amy Adams, Sarah Thompson, and Robin Dunne, but they don't have very good chemistry together. Additionally, the plot's more or less the same as the first film, though there are some new twists. Cruel Intentions 2 tries to be as sexually provocative as the original film, but comes off as cheap and tawdry.

John D (fr) wrote: Amazing. Transcends the genre with style galore.

Brandon W (mx) wrote: James Gunn has done his director's debut with Slither that is one of the best horror-comedy films in a long time. Nathan Fillion, Elizabeth Banks, and Michael Rooker gives out some great performances that never seem like they weren't trying in a genre like this. Almost all of the effects are practical which I'm relieved to see and be freaked out about something that's there. There were some computer effects that I saw, but they still look good nonetheless. There's some scenes that seem to pay homage to other famous horror movies and it fits well to this. The writing is really good and it created a lot of jokes that are really funny. The effects also gives off some creativity that are both stylish and gross. It has some creepy moments and the villain's backstory is vague, but is creepy enough to be into interpretation. The characters are enjoyable to watch, and the film is very smart enough that is not doing something dumb like glorifying the gore effects. Slither is a fantastic effort by James Gunn that I'm surprised that it's the same person that actually did Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy.

Tim B (fr) wrote: Loved this movie when I was young. Seeing it and Pillow Talk on Saturday afternoon TV movie specials was a good way to spend an afternoon.