The life of the famed Mexican bullfighter Luis Procuna, from his boyhood through his training and the triumphs that followed as Procuna rose to the peak of his profession. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The life of the famed Mexican bullfighter Luis Procuna, from his boyhood through his training and the triumphs that followed as Procuna rose to the peak of his profession.
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Amanda N (es) wrote: Clunky and off-kilter.
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Michele A (gb) wrote: Too slow and not enough depth... Especially the characters
Elias H (it) wrote: Wish this movie was more long and funny otherwise the plot was good and Rowan Atkinston had a good portrayal as Johnny English. Still funny, but needs more comedy and a better runtime.
Michael R (ru) wrote: This is one of my all time favorites. Yes, the film is somewhat 'dated' in the sense that it was filmed in 1991 and took place in 1999. But that only focuses one's attention where it should be: on the characters and the head trippy ideas, not the "what happens in the future?" gimmickry. Riveting, shocking, and for the true filmlover, the film will stay with you for a long time.
Robby R (nl) wrote: Follows the usual biopic route therefore falls into the usual trappings by not having any real structure just stuffing it all in to see what sticks.
Sehar M (jp) wrote: Its a classic. Interesting, gripping and original. The ending is somewhat like Romio and Juliet but all in all its a wonderful touching lovestory comlimented by great music.
James C (br) wrote: Sophia Loren delights in this period romantic comedy of a banished princess who after scandalous adventures gets accepted back to court to marry a prince after falling for American millionaire John Gavin. Gavin is so handsome and awkward and wooden in this film that he reminded me of Mitt Romney. Loren is delicious at there is ample support from Maurice Chevalier and Isable Jeans as her parents. Angela Lansbury is also great in another of her stock evil bitch roles. Exteriors are beautifully photographed in Vienna.
Paul D (fr) wrote: This attempt to glorify on film the work of a special unit in the Pacific has good intentions, but it does get bogged down in the politics and intimite depictions on the platoon workings giving it a disjointed feel as a picture or documentary drama. John Wayne doesn't really shine and there is a lot of US propaganda to sift through.
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