Romeo y Julieta
Verona's peace is disturbed by the rivalry between noble families: the Montesco and the Capuleto, irreconcilable enemies. The two families have continued fighting to make life unbearable in the Italian town. The Prince of Verona informs the chiefs that the two families respond with their lives if there are new struggles. At a ball in honor of Juliet, the daughter of Capuleto, incidentally meets Romeo, son of Montesco. Both fall in love immediately, not knowing that their love is impossible.
- Stars:Cantinflas, María Elena Marqués, Ángel Garasa, Andrés Soler, Emma Roldán, José Baviera, Pedro Elviro, Guillermo Familiar, Juan García, Conchita Gentil Arcos, Rafael Icardo, Maria de la Paz Jarero, Tito Junco, Manuel Noriega, José Ortiz de Zárate,
- Director:Miguel M. Delgado,
Verona's peace is disturbed by the rivalry between noble families: the Montesco and the Capuleto, irreconcilable enemies. The two families have continued fighting to make life unbearable in the Italian town. The Prince of Verona informs the chiefs that the two families respond with their lives if there are new struggles. At a ball in honor of Juliet, the daughter of Capuleto, incidentally meets Romeo, son of Montesco. Both fall in love immediately, not knowing that their love is impossible. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Romeo y Julieta torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Its pretty funny and emotional
(gb) wrote: OMG! this was HORRIBLE!! the first couple of scenes before they go on the swamp ghost tour are a bit amusing; the main character, Ben, was sympathetic as well as refreshingly intelligent and serious-minded for a horror flick, and the early cameo by horror legend Tony Todd made this look promising, but it all goes to shit FAST! I can't believe Mercedes McNabb (Harmony in Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Joshua Leonard (great in Bates Motel and the otherwise mediocre Blair Witch), Kane Hodder (Jason Voorhees himself), and even Freddy Fucking Kreuger, Robert Englund appeared in this piece of garbage! no suspense, no scares-just place some people in a swamp and a deranged killer pops out of nowhere and starts slaughtering them. Even the killer's backstory was boring. you can't get more paint by the numbers and cliched. and if he is a fucking ghost, how can they hurt him?!! but I've spent enough time on this steaming pile of shite. would get HALF a star if not for the likeable characters.
(us) wrote: an egg hatches and a group of scientists are at a loss of what the creature is, cue dumb piolt Dean cain to tell them its a dragon
(de) wrote: Very well made and enacted.....a good story from a different perspective....
(gb) wrote: For me, "Interview with the Assassin" falls into that small category of movies that will probably inspire young filmmakers to shoot their own movies. "Sherman's March," "Tape," "The Gleaners and I," maybe a dozen others -- these aren't just indie films, these are individuals' films. These aren't low budget, but no-budget films, based completely on creative ideas and creative camera work. Almost immediately as the film starts, Walter tells the interviewer that he was the one who killed Kennedy. Like the movie?s narrator, we want to write Walter off as a conspiracy nut when we first meet him. Walter is a cranky, middle-age tough guy who lives down the street in a dimly lit house where the blinds are always closed. Walter?s paranoia is infectious. We are intrigued by his knowledge of the details of the events, and his seeming need to unburden himself. Suspense is built through all the things we don?t see. Someone was at the door just before we got home. Someone was following us, but we just missed getting their face on camera. ?Assassin? creates tension from simple everyday artifacts, dialogue, and a sometimes very shaky handheld camera.
(br) wrote: Ironically, you can watch this movie over and over again. ;)
(fr) wrote: cute & well done. not really funny tho
(de) wrote: A classic staring the youngest Vincent Price that I've ever seen, Dragonwyck is about human desires, whether they be good like love, or bad like prejudice. This movie is all about a farmgirl (Gene Tierney) who is unexpectedly contacted by a very, very distant relative (Vincent Price) who wants her to visit him in his mansion. The woman begins to fall for the wealthy aristocrat, but discovers that the mansion has a history and people's inner selves can be darker than they first appear. Frankly, this movie had a lot to work with, especially with such a great cast of Tierney and Price, but the story was a bit flat. It didn't end up being the gothic thriller that it built itself up to be, and instead covers issues like politics and personal demons and prejudism, which wasn't that exciting. But none the less this movie does have it's moments, and though it was a bit slow the real attention getters were Tierney and Price who delivered fantastic preformances. The movie had a nice big ballroom set to work with among other sets and some pretty good costumes. This movie wasn't what I expected, but it wasn't that bad either. It was an interesting character movie where you don't know exactly what people are thinking. The best part of this movie were the actors, so if your a Vincent Price fan like The Michael then you should check it out.
(ru) wrote: Putting my biases up front, I love Gene Kelly and Judy Garland, so there was very little chance of me disliking this movie. The song and dance numbers were great, and the pro-war propaganda was at least creative pro-war propaganda. The movie is definitely a product of its times, though, and will not survive as well as some other MGM musicals. Moreover, the choice to go black and white made this one less vibrant and luscious than other MGM musicals. Enjoyable, but far from the best MGM musical there is.
(ru) wrote: This wasn't as bad as the rating indicates.