Porto das Caixas

Porto das Caixas

Irma can only think about getting rid of her cowardly dirty husband. She seeks out lovers not to commit adultery or for pleasure, but to find an accomplice to kill her husband.

Irma can only think about getting rid of her cowardly dirty husband. She seeks out lovers not to commit adultery or for pleasure, but to find an accomplice to kill her husband. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Porto das Caixas torrent reviews

Irene S (nl) wrote: wow, what a film. the epimedic of hiv/aids just beginning to take its course, it's 1980 and nobody not even the government is doing anything while thousands upon thousands of men are dying every day. basend on true events, this movie has great actors and storyline and it is produced and directed by Ryan Murphy.

Tina S (us) wrote: Hanks just brings it.

Santosh N (nl) wrote: Very cute kids! A nice fantasy story.

Sylvia M (ru) wrote: Typically flat romcom

Jason A (ru) wrote: Well-intentioned Christmas film about a tightly-knit Puerto Rican family. Awesome ensemble cast and some great moments, but overall it's just so predictable and corny.

Deenie C (ca) wrote: To begin on a positive, the cinematography is superior in XX. I found the first entry, The Box, to be the most accomplished. Scares -- and really, new ideas -- are very few. The one comedic entry is pretty, but a mere piffle of a story. And the "trespassing on sacred ground" one has been done to death for decades. For dessert, you get a low-energy Omen meets Rosemary's Baby.

Marco M (jp) wrote: I saw this film at the Rome Cinemafest in October 2007. It's a silent film, with a beautiful instrumental soundtrack, heir of Charlie Chaplin's and Stanley and Oliver's tradition. A 2007 movie, but directed as a 20s film. Characters have recognizable behaviours. Dr. Plonk is the candid scientist who "discovers" by chance the end of the world. Nobody believe him. So he builds a strange "time machine" helped by his faithful assistant, Paulus, who is mute and foolish. Other characters are Mrs. Plonk, the fat housewife and Tiberius, the dog (the funniest character). I couldn't stop laughing at the end of the movie. The plot is so rich of comical inventions, different and unexpected.

Dann M (nl) wrote: It's one of the most amazing war stories ever told, and demonstrates the awe-inspiring power of Christmas. Joyeux Noel is an exceptional film that tells the true story of the spontaneous 1914 Christmas truce of World War I. The film does an exquisite job at bringing the characters to life, and at drawing the audience into story. Rarely has a film depicted the life of the World War I soldier and the complexity of war so well. Joyeux Noel is a loving tribute to the soldiers who found the Christmas spirit during the madness of war.

David S (it) wrote: I went in expecting a horrible film and was pleasantly surprised by this clever little thriller. The film is by no means great as it features a rather typical thriller plot, a low budget that shows reveals itself at times, and some poor performances. However, the film has a wonderfully atmospheric look, a stellar performance from Patrik Ersgrd, and a twist that I actually did not see coming (which is saying alot since it is difficult to surprise me). All in all, not a bad little thriller but don't go out of your way to see it.

Reece L (ca) wrote: Sokurov understands the lyrical, dreamlike atmosphere that a single, uninterrupted shot would evoke and smartly plays into that with several breaks in the fourth wall and intelligent commentary on the nature of history and how, even if we are to live on forever through it, we must always look to the future for the sake of even grander accomplishments. The fact that this film was made at all is an incredible feat on its own, but the intellectual and existential depth that Sokurov endues in the project is what truly makes the work a masterpiece and landmark in the history of cinema.

Chris C (gb) wrote: Jean Reno versus Gary Oldman with the safety of Natalie Portman hanging in the balance.....and Oldman is the psychotic villain in this one so you know it's damn good.

Kevin F (ca) wrote: Definitely non-filmic acting (non-filmic in many other areas as well) ... most likely a Brechtian impulse. I really enjoyed the glorious medieval singing. Entrancing, and upon further reflection, raucously weird.

Ashley H (au) wrote: Yellow Sky has the makings of a great western. It deals with greed, jealousy, betrayal, and lust. Gregory Peck, Richard Widmark, and Anne Baxter give incredible performances. The screenplay is well written. William A. Wellman did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed this film because of the cool characters. Yellow Sky is a must see.

Diego T (ag) wrote: It's disappointing that for a movie with so many possibilities for a heartfelt and inspiring, albeit "for kids," story, 'Balto' frequently misfires and becomes pretty devoid of emotional payoff. The jokes are awkward and way overplayed, and the characters are basic, paper-thin and without chemistry. Instead of giving time to develop the plot, time is wasted superimposing the "anti-prejudice, underdog suddenly becomes a big hero" theme onto scenes that already make it pretty clear what this movie is going to be about. The animation is also sketchily inconsistent for some characters. With the exception of the black bear, who I'm convinced is one of the most well animated characters in traditional film, in terms of both presence and style. One of the upsides I can see in this movie is pausing a few times to study do's and don'ts of character design. The only other upside I've found (and this is a long shot) are the fan fiction stories surrounding 'Balto' and its characters, many which I've found have dove into the themes and developments that the film overlooked. I'm interested in Balto as an expansive character; I really feel this movie was a missed opportunity that it only carried his namesake but not the prominence of his legend. I wish I could like this movie more, but I just can't. If you're especially interested in traditionally animated talking animal movies, then maybe you'll like it, but even the talking lacks purpose that it makes you question whether or not it was necessary to make them say anything in the first place.