The Night of the Shooting Stars

The Night of the Shooting Stars

The Night of San Lorenzo, the night of the shooting stars, is the night when dreams come true in Italian folklore. In 1944, a group of Italians flee their town after hearing rumours that the Nazis plan to blow it up and that the Americans are about to arrive to liberate them.

The Night of San Lorenzo, the night of the shooting stars, is the night when dreams come true in Italian folklore. In 1944, a group of Italians flee their town after hearing rumours that ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Doug M (de) wrote: this is movie is amazingly bad. The special effects would have been bad in the 70's. the acting is horrible. I can't believe this ever got released, it is an Embarrassment to all involved. they show radar maps of florida and talk about saving LA. It's sunny out while the storm is going on. There are no wave is the water when people go overboard. ugh

Georg R (fr) wrote: great original movie

Rikard B (it) wrote: Usel film om ntt sunkigt jvla bankrn... Suger kokula

Luis R (au) wrote: Such a classic! I can watch over, and over again!

Chase G (de) wrote: The characters in here are idiots and the movie is bad but the only things I like about this movie is some of the musical numbers and scenes like the little monkey scene with Chuckie.Although there are still alot more problems like having Kira throw up since she was just shown in the last movie.

Vance M (ru) wrote: This month's movie review for December 2015 is National Security that came out in the year 2003. This was good with some funny parts to the movie. Martin Lawrence and Steve Zaun is in this movie. Martin Lawrence movies are always good. I can't think of a Martin Lawrence movie that sucks. My favorite part of the movie when Steve Zaun jail and punch cop in the face when a group of black men in jail wanted to hurt Steve so he can go back to jail. Like I said in the last review they where making Bad Boys 3 with Wesley Snipes and Martin Lawrence but I not sure if its coming out again because everything is shutting down now. I give this movie 5 stars. Two thumbs up. A must see.

WS W (de) wrote: The film is generally good but heard the book is even better. Weird but cute. Although depiction of FH, the core character, is not crystal clear enough, Billy Crudup is just so captivating; Samantha Morton is upto her standard whilst Jack Black is hilarious as always. Some nice music scores too.

Jeffrey M (es) wrote: Welcome to Sarajevo features an effective blend of fact and fiction, incorporating actual archival footage. It has a number of good performances, combined with energetic direction and an often heartbreaking, but authentic, view of war. It does suffer, however, from its loose narrative structure which makes the film feel a bit unfocused. I would have preferred to have seen a more meditative look at the conflict, including the political complexities. Because of the structure, we never really get emotionally involved with most of the major characters, and are left to wonder what exactly the film is trying to say. Overall the film gives much needed attention to a forgotten conflict, and does just enough right to make it worth a watch.3/5 Stars

Justin G (jp) wrote: Louis Gates was a man who followed his dreams


Michael D (gb) wrote: Maybe I feel good about this movie because of when I saw it(when I was a teenager). And it was a novel everyone was so raw

Holly M (it) wrote: Sigourney does her best with what she's given and her scenes with the gorillas alone make the film worth watching. Fossey's fascination with studying the animals and her earlier career achievements aren't fully explained. The romance subplot feels unnecessary even though it's factual.

Trent R (gb) wrote: Pretty fun SF with an emphasis on the former. The harrowing scenes of female protagonists being menaced by berzerk robots and stray laser beams are campy by today's standards, but more enjoyable for it. Apparently, this was made with 3D exhibition in mind - but distributed in 2D. This again adds to the comic value of the set pieces, but there is a lot of filler with hard men of science spouting off monologues in between. This is from a time when having your leading man slap an hysterical woman on screen at a climactic point was a dramatic plus.

Elaine S (br) wrote: Hercules would have never have been that good looking... realistically. But still...

Ryne D (fr) wrote: It's okay, but lacks some of the wit of its predecessor.

Mark H (ag) wrote: it felt quite dated more like a 90s future film