Biopic of Brazilian singer Tim Maia, from his childhood in Rio de Janeiro until his death at age 55, including his passage by the US, where he discovers a new style of music and is arrested for theft and drug possession. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Biopic of Brazilian singer Tim Maia, from his childhood in Rio de Janeiro until his death at age 55, including his passage by the US, where he discovers a new style of music and is arrested for theft and drug possession.
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Venkateshwaran M (au) wrote: singam roars forever..!!..
Rakesh N (ca) wrote: A satirical take on Ramayana... definitely makes you think.....4 stars for the shadow puppets...absilutely loved them.....
devastator9 (ca) wrote: LOL. What the hell was this bizarre train wreck? I don't know but I watched it in a small group MST3K style and found it to be hilarious. Awkward acting, terrible production, and very disgusting components added in for shock. I had a lot of fun, it was one of those movies that is so awful that it is wildly entertaining.
Greg R (es) wrote: My thoughts on Brother Bear are kind of mixed. I love the beginning and end of the movie, and the antagonist is not so much a bad guy, but more of a brother out for revenge and this movie does have a good set up. It's just the modern-talk, predicable journey that I hate about this film, and it covers a lot of the movie.
Tim F (br) wrote: Awesome movie! One of the very few actual funny stoner films out there. This one is entertaining (for the right reason) and easily quotable. An underrated film I find. I fully recommend it to anyone who hasn't seen it.
Sophan P (jp) wrote: De Niro's run in the 80's is one for the ages. He'll be remembered for his intense, serious works but this movie is proof that the man had great comedic chops too. Charles Grodin is also perfect as his bumbling foil. A modern classic.
Sami R (us) wrote: Such a cool movie and the music is so great that it makes you want to jump out of your seat and dance
Renee P (gb) wrote: I found this movie to be quite enjoyable. The history behind the lives of those who lived on the river and the hardships they faced was authentic. The scenery was beautiful. The story was enthrawling. The actors were superb. I would recommend this movie.
Weul S (kr) wrote: A deeply disturbing film about man's propensity to violence
Iain M (es) wrote: If you have kids this is a great film - clearly from some of the reviews on here there are a lot of loners out there.
Bob L (fr) wrote: Great film. If you watch this movie with an open mind, you will find that it pays more homage to veterans and freedom, than anything else..Sure it is Christian orientated.. Guess what.. We are still a free country due to our soldiers and that makes religious freedom fine... So disregard the naysayers and watch a GREAT family pix.
Johnathon W (de) wrote: Classic action film that set a new standard for the buddy cop genre, thanks to a superb cast & filmmakers willing to go a little dark with the content. Gibson & Glover are excellent as Riggs & Murtaugh, playing off each other perfectly & giving career best performances. Gibson channels his crazed intensity to perfection while Glover is a fantastic straight man, giving brilliant reactions to every one of Riggs nuttier moments (his "I'm too old for this shit" line remains a classic). They get great support from the rest of the cast, particularly Gary Busy as the villainous Mr. Joshua. Behind the camera, Richard Donner adapts Shane Black's script perfectly and one forgets, after the numerous sequels & current TV show, how dark & edgy the original is. Riggs is a truly disturbed, suicidal man and you truly don't know what will happen next with him, making his tension with Murtaugh palpable. The action is edge of your seat and Black's dialogue is as good as you can get in action movie. All that plus being set during Christmas, it makes for one of the best action movies ever made and another great addition to the holiday movie rotation.
Ciaran S (ru) wrote: Lame and forgettable