Quo Vadis?” (1913) was a landmark in early Italian historical epic films and certainly Herr Enrico Guazzoni’s grand scale masterpiece laid the foundations for what genuine kolossal Italian spectacles should be. It had a great deal of influence on Herr Giovanni Pastrone’s “Cabiria” (1914) and D.W. Griffith’s “Intolerance” (1916).
- Stars:Amleto Novelli, Gustavo Serena, Amelia Cattaneo, Carlo Cattaneo, Lea Giunchi, Augusto Mastripietri, Cesare Moltini, Olga Brandini, Ignazio Lupi, Giovanni Gizzi, Lia Orlandini, Matilde Guillaume, Ida Carloni Talli, Bruto Castellani, Giuseppe Gambardella,
- Director:Enrico Guazzoni,
Quo Vadis?” (1913) was a landmark in early Italian historical epic films and certainly Herr Enrico Guazzoni’s grand scale masterpiece laid the foundations for what genuine kolossal Italian spectacles should be. It had a great deal of influence on Herr Giovanni Pastrone’s “Cabiria” (1914) and D.W. Griffith’s “Intolerance” (1916). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Quo Vadis? torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: one of the best movies hope they go along with a third one
(ru) wrote: Boring, blood-less and boob-less
(gb) wrote: For a B-movie, it's pretty decent. The special effects are not quite bad, and it talks about a solution to the superstorms that is actually quite logical, if you think about it. Still, a good B-movie remains a B-movie. Low-quality camera work, boring characters and a cheesy script are common low-budget movie material.
(us) wrote: Everybody's performance is delightful, but the movie not so much.
(ca) wrote: 12/28/2012: Not a great movie but still entertaining. Decent fight scenes and Scott's comedy style make it fun.
(mx) wrote: Will Smith and Martin Lawrence's chemistry is lost amidst all the gratuitous violence and lame jokes. Some cool visuals though.
(es) wrote: Incredibly lame attempt at sexy sci-fi. "Attempt" is too generous a word because that implies effort; instead I believe they simply decided to mention an alien invasion and film on spaceship-looking sets since they were available for rental. Kim Dawson is disappointing during her short screen time in a seemingly half-drugged-out state languishing in her bed - sorry, her ALIEN bed (they're right, it does sound more exciting that way) - and C.C. Costigan can't rescue what's left on her own. Send this one to the moon and leave it there.
(nl) wrote: I thought that it was really silly and hilarious. I thought it was good for someone my age, which is 4 years old.
(gb) wrote: I love the wrapped up nature of this film. The best spy is the one that doesn't know he's a spy!
(ca) wrote: And now for Allen's next trick: make a whole film without a scenario, dialogues, wit, or charm.