Tesis

Tesis

While doing a thesis about violence, Ángela finds a snuff video where a girl is tortured until death. Soon she discovers that the girl was a former student in her faculty...

While doing a thesis about violence, Ángela finds a snuff video where a girl is tortured until death. Soon she discovers that the girl was a former student in her faculty... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eris L (kr) wrote: Me gust mucho. No es una de las mejor pelculas pero muy buena teniendo en cuenta que es espaola.Una forma artistica y fantasiosa de mostrar la depresin y el suicidio de los adolescentes los cuales sus padres no prestan atencin. Interesante forma de mostrarlo.

Tina A (us) wrote: Some funny parts but mostly disgusting.Made for boys ages 16 to 25.

Luis S (es) wrote: Really great documentary about the hardships gay people face in small towns. I can't believe that there are still people out there that have this kind of hatred toward gay people. Very interesting and eye opening flick.

Matt R (mx) wrote: This is an excellent Czech production about the pilots from Czechoslovakia who flew for the RAF during WWII. It takes a similar story to that of Michael Bay's Pearl Harbor, but the whole production has more of a feeling of sincerity than the very commercial, Hollywood production of Pearl Harbor. It is part art-film, part war epic and the balance between these two sides are well worked out, so that the combat scenes do not distract from the human story and vice-versa. The film borrows heavily from Battle of Britain for footage, but enhances it with CG effects to give it a fresh feeling, although it is still possible to tell the BoB footage from the stuff that was shot for this film - which included some excellent low-level Spitfire flying by Nigel Lamb. Well worth watching just to see the train attack sequence! This is one of the better aviation themed war movies made for a long time.

Doctor spider f (ca) wrote: it was the lorax but with amazing visuals and guns but was kinda bland and beats you to death with the hole save the planet speech

Robert H (br) wrote: While clearly aimed at the younger crowd, Shrunken Heads, even with it's young cast, silly music and slapstic humour, is a blast to watch.Like most Full Moon releases, the story is pretty simple and straight forward but in this case, thanks to a slightly bigger budget, it works well at telling this "kids" story about street punks and what happens to you when you mess with a neighbourhood with a voodoo priest in it.

Jana C (nl) wrote: very sad, never watched the ending

Tanner B (mx) wrote: Steel Dawn (1987) ??SHANE set in the future: wanderer Swayze arrives at small area of settlers who are menaced by a vicious gang. Typical post-apocalyptic schlock nonsense; OK for what it is.

Steph H (mx) wrote: buh-buh-buh-bayadespecially the hair

Erik J (br) wrote: A slow and occasionally tense political thriller.

Marc L (br) wrote: Sea world documentary co-directed with Cousteau. I think it won prize at the Cannes Film Festival at the time.

Brad S (kr) wrote: Not a great film, but I enjoyed it. The film stars 3 cast members from "The Maltese Falcon" and is the same director, John Huston. I liked Bogart in this, and also enjoyed Sydney Greenstreet and Mary Astor. It's certainly worth checking out from fans of classic cinema.

Jesse M (de) wrote: Decent shooter film, best part was Salma Hayek sex scene, just gonna be honest..

gerardo r (us) wrote: A film that needs to be seen and compared to its 1930 contemporaries. As such, this is the original classic gangster movie. Little Caesar was supposed to be released in 1930, but the producers decided to wait until after New Year's because the release would be too close to Christmas time (how times have changed). Thanks to Little Caesar you get the narrative of a muscle man in a gang climbing the ladder and thanks to The Public Enemy you get the charismatic and brutal gangster member. Edward G. Robinson delivers some great lines. His supporting cast is not on the same level as him but when you watch it more than once, you can appreciate the deliveries of all the actors and the direction from the director. Little Caesar is not as engaging for some today because Caesar is a one dimensional character in a sense. He has only one motivation which you learn at the beginning and leads to the classic ending, but it is impressive to study how his one main characteristic of egocentric delusion develops throughout the film. Some have mentioned that there appears to be a gay subtext, but that is debatable. Even the original author of the novel felt that the subtext was present, but I think that the characters were simply trying to imitate the effeminate manners of high class society as Caesar moves up the ladder. Little Caesar and The Public Enemy provide the template that Scarface would surpass in 1932. Nevertheless, Little Caesar surpassed any movie made prior to its release and deserves to be the original classic gangster film.

Brian F (fr) wrote: Tibor Takacs' second good horror film (after The Gate.)

Russell H (ag) wrote: some funny moments but they aren't funny enough