The Girl with the Hungry Eyes

The Girl with the Hungry Eyes


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The Girl with the Hungry Eyes torrent reviews

William M (us) wrote: nice family movie on how a death brings us closer

Felipe F (kr) wrote: Led by a stunning performance from Demian Bichir, A Better Life approachs the subjetcs of immigration and father/son relationship with sensibility.

Raul M (es) wrote: A big clich of sport comedy, but still fun to watch.

Charlie I (nl) wrote: What Jaws did for swimmers, Teeth does for horny teenage boys.

Tomas M (gb) wrote: Dialogue driven prison drama about a neo-nazi who seeks to understand his own motivation and the Jewish lawyer who doesn't give up on him. Stunning piece of predictable cinema, but all in all not too bad.

Zahid C (fr) wrote: Day: MondayDate: 6 Jan 2003Time: 12.55pmWith: Amit, Sachin, Ismail, VaibhavOn: VCDName: KAANTEAmazing Screeplay

Brett H (fr) wrote: I was expecting more out of this movie for what the title says.

Amir J (au) wrote: Kiarostami's final chapter on Koker trilogy is the weakest one of the three although this movie is still a memorable masterpiece.

Adam W (kr) wrote: intense and up close from start to finish in the thick of complex and varied personalities and groups. I have been in families and teams mad and with mixed feelings and trying to do the right thing to keep the relationships and dialogue going, to keep from yelling, conflict or cutoff, sivorce dissolution or harm. but I've never lived in a neighborhood so heated like this block. I've been privileged that way.

Cj O (kr) wrote: Some people rate this movie very high, but it's just one of those movies to see because everyone else said to. It's decent. It had a good plot going, but the movie didn't have enough action, special effects, or emotional bonding. It was mostly a bunch of chit-chat in this less dramatic sci-fi Cast Away-esque film.

Tyler H (au) wrote: A fabulous Kurosawa film about a young couple on a Sunday date in post-war Japan. As always, you get pulled through many moods and situations before it's over.

Jason M (jp) wrote: If you don't think Finding Nemo is a masterpiece you aren't a human.

James H (ru) wrote: Back in the days of prime Pixar. This is a fantastic animated picture. The voice cast is brilliant, John Goodman, Billy Crystal and Steve Buscemi really bring the characters to life. I'm sure you know what the best part of the film is, the relationship between Sully and Boo watching it develop is incredibly touching and tear-jerking but there is a lot of comedy in and around it too. Pixar cater for adults as well as kids beautifully like they always do.

Phil H (kr) wrote: The directing duo behind this movie (Friedberg and Seltzer) have a similar theme running through all of their work, that being its all crap. I mean seriously...these guys were actually behind the 'Scary Movie', 'Date Movie', 'Epic Movie', 'Disaster Movie' franchises, a quadrilogy/tetralogy of turds. But wait there's more! they even did 'Vampires Suck', 'The Starving Games' and 'Meet the Spartans' too! The only movie they can maybe claim was semi-decent was their first, 'Spy Hard' with Leslie Nielsen. Clearly these guys aren't gonna be quitting the spoof genre anytime soon.So apparently the guys will be spoofing every type of movie that ever gets released. Perfect time for the hip street racing genre to get lampooned, you know which franchise is getting it. The first thing that struck me about this was actually how close in appearance the various actors look when compared to the real main stars. The characters in this movie are a parody of the characters from 'The Fast and Furious' franchise and truth be told there are actually some amusing performances here.The main lead actor Dale Pavinski plays Vin Serento (Dominic Toretto/Vin Diesel) and in all honesty I was shocked that they found someone who does fit the bill. This guy not only looks relatively similar to Vin Diesel but he has a pretty good frame too, he can also act and manages the comedy aspect well. Dio Johnson plays Rock Johnson (Luke Hobbs/Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson) and again I was actually amazed that they found someone who not only looks similar to the A-list star but he also has a pretty good frame, obviously nowhere near the real deal but not bad. I was also impressed with this guys comical impression of Dwayne Johnson's acting style and little quirks. Quite amusing how Dio manages to mimic those big round staring eyes that never blink, the way Dwayne moves his head when talking, and of course the one hit wonder visual gag that was admittedly hilarious, the obsession with baby oil to make his biceps glisten in the sun.The rest of the cast are made up of various pretty people who simply fill the diversity quota much like the original franchise. I quite liked the character names of Cool Asian Guy, Rapper Cameo and Model Turned Actress, not exactly original but amusing none the less (they should of had Another Token Black Guy). Most of these performances are obviously forced and over the top but there were the odd rays of light such as Omar Chaparro as the main villain and Alex Ashbaugh's attempts at mimicking Paul Walker's body language (Paul Walker's Keanu Reeves 'Point Break' impression).Aside from some of the cast offering some reasonable laughs everything else is as you would expect from something like this. Most of the gags are visual incorporating accident type shenanigans with people getting run over, car prangs and general slapstick. There is plenty of plain stupid tomfoolery including a dance routine and Serento shaving his head whilst racing etc...Some of the jokes work such as Rock asking his partner if his shirt is tight enough, along with the constant appliance of baby oil on himself (gotta admit that is funny). Most of it does fall flat on its face or they linger too long on the gag.But what street racing flick would be complete without lots of sexy girls in tight skimpy attire, well this doesn't disappoint with much gratuitous ass imagery and tight tops. Naturally the cars are also just as hot as the girls, well one or two are. Clearly the budget didn't stretch far enough for a proper string of super saloons so we get the odd highly modded Toyota. Although it is amusing that the cars are regular pimped up shabby models or seriously dated sports cars. There seemed to be some kind of super looking car in there but no idea what it was, a concept maybe.All the boxes are ticked with major stereotyping, hip hop slang/dialog, sleazy girls, gun porn, tight shirts, ridiculous cars and nonsensical heist plots. All in all I kinda liked this overall, its certainly not as bad as people are making out, it is funny to see a spoof of this genre. I mean lets be honest the 'Fast and Furious' franchise is so ripe for a send-up I'm amazed its taken this long to see it happen. I'm just happy to see less aimless pop culture references here.