The Best Things in the World

The Best Things in the World

Everyday family life as perfectly normal madness. “As Melhores Coisas do Mundo“ follows a few days in the life of the 15-year-old Mano, who is fighting on two fronts: his parents have just got divorced and he is going through puberty. Mano tries to make his way through life, with its first sexual experiences, his depressed brother and his self-centered parents. It’s a humorous homage to the pitfalls of daily life and the diversity of life.

Mano has to deal with adolescence dilemmas and his family destruction, after his father leaves their house. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Best Things in the World torrent reviews

Martha G (br) wrote: It's okay, kind of Hollywood to gush over someone who was a drug dealer to the stars as much as anything else! I do believe he is sorry for his life and the things he has done!

Ged F (mx) wrote: This one was a surprise. Didn't know what to expect and it didn't disappoint apart from very slightly at the end when I was yelling at one of the characters to get a move on. Fully recommend this one.

Andrew F (jp) wrote: last nights movie was this forgettable pile of crap, if anyone else watches it and can make any sense of it then please tell me what the fuck its all about...RUBBISH!

Tyler S (au) wrote: This was pretty awful.....

Leonard D (kr) wrote: An underatted Disney film that doesn't get much recognition.

siti f (ca) wrote: forget the waves! he's on snow!

Brandon S (br) wrote: Morgan Freeman's performance is nothing short of spectacular, but Avildsen's portrayal of Eastside High School's actual day-to-day feels so over-the-top that it hurts any impact it may have. It's a well-intentioned social issue drama with its heart in the right place, and plenty of uplift and inspiration to go around.

Zack B (nl) wrote: Thanks to Truffaut's love of the craft and Jeanne Moreau's timeless, seductive beauty, this film is a delight of French cinema. Rarely do shots have me as excited as Moreau's white scarf slithering in the wind, or like Moreau herself fleeing the hotel. Marvelous stuff.

Nikolaj Z (ca) wrote: Yet another classic black & white that surprised me with its mature, "modern" subject matter. The feature, in and of itself, is not that entertaining; but the main characters and their situation still ring true today.I was discussing these insights with my roommate after watching this flick, and we both agree that there does seem to be a strange and opposite sense of ideologies between classic films and modern movies; the former attempting to be more progressive and the latter recycling conservative formulas.

Michael D (gb) wrote: Absolute rubbish and I'm a big fan of the TV series. Does not transition well to the big screen. I give D'movie a D