Trap.com

Trap.com

Exposed by his girlfriend through a video on the Internet, Bruno tries to revive his reputation, but all he can do is get into a series of traps (Cilada, in Portuguese). Cilada.com is a comedy about love and betrayal that shows the power of the Internet to transform small intimacies and slips in fame and constraints globalized.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:internet,   youtube,  

Exposed by his girlfriend through a video on the Internet, Bruno tries to revive his reputation, but all he can do is get into a series of traps (Cilada, in Portuguese). Cilada.com is a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ross W (de) wrote: This amazing video diary and travelogue reveals the emotional and intellectual journey of a young teenage girl whom sets out to become the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe unsupported.Laura Dekker single handedly films, sails and narrates her way through storms, be calming and two birthdays. Superbly absorbing, she should be a role model for all.

Bill Z (ru) wrote: Andy Lau met Johnnie To again. Sammy Cheng shows her talent as a comedy actress, but the plot didn't provide sufficient space for her.

Dannay M (de) wrote: Very enjoyable movie. And I am biased because Blair Underwood is one of my "TV Boos". But even with that bias this was still a really good movie. I'd recommend it!

danny y (br) wrote: This movie made me learn a lot and encouraged me to eat healthier. 5 out of 5 stars!!!

Adam R (de) wrote: (First viewing - Teen years)

Al P (mx) wrote: You havent seen Feeling Minnesota?

Greg W (ru) wrote: I know u shouldn't judge a book (or movie) by its cover or title but this is one of my favourite movie titles and a reel good com-dram.

Francisco L (br) wrote: Bad graphics, no funny nor scary, boring and not interesting, but original.

Marc R (jp) wrote: Powerful, well-acted, and vital.

Drew T (us) wrote: Not that great. Wouldn't watch again.

Glenn C (ru) wrote: I recently reviewed Stir Crazy and now it's onto the next Gene Wilder/Richard Pryor move, "See No Evil, Hear No Evil". Its another movie I would watch over and over when I was a kid and even now it brings some massive LOLS. Wilder is a deaf guy and Pryor is a blind guy and together they witness a murder and become the prime suspects. The movie is heavily criticised for its flimsy script and I do concede that it's more or less a one-gag movie but its still damn funny. Almost all of the gags hit the spot with me and they both deliver some belter lines. Pryer is particularly good. It moves along at a fast pace from one set up to another... there are a few inconsistencies but who the hell looks for perfection in a movie like this?? I just expect a few big laughs with chuckles in between... it delvers exactly that. Kevin Spacey also co-stars as the bad guy... with a strange growth on his face. What the?? LOL

Todd S (kr) wrote: [u][font=Times New Roman][size=4]Dragonslayer[/size][/font][/u] [font=Times New Roman][size=4]1981 US Director: Matthew Robbins[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=4]Score: 8[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=4]For fantasy genre films in the 1980s, this one would easily be in my top ten best list?if I in fact had a top ten best fantasy films of the 1980s list?maybe that?s something I?ll work on later. The story of the wizard?s apprentice who tries to step into the shoes of his dead (well turns out he was only ?mostly? dead) master is a well put together story. The acting isn?t bad at all. [i]Star Wars[/i] fans should be able to spot Ian McDiarmid as the priest that faces the dragon and gets toasted. There are some really great characters written into this story and they are brought to life by the actors very well.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=4]The music score is very well done. It not only supports the screen action but adds to it in many of the tense and suspenseful scenes. The special effects are outstanding. Now bear in mind we are talking about a movie released in 1981. By today?s standards they still hold up OK at around average level or so for an independent or lower budget production but for an early 80s fantasy film these effects were top notch. [i]Dragonslayer[/i] was one of the movies we would totally geek out to when friends and I would get together to do some Role Playing Games (the real kind, you know with paper and dice and face to face with friends in the same room). It?s definitely worth a viewing if you somehow haven?t seen it yet but consider yourself a fan of the fantasy film genre.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=4]Notes: HV-BN Suggested Age: 8+[/size][/font] [u][font=Times New Roman][size=4]Hawk the Slayer[/size][/font][/u] [font=Times New Roman][size=4]1980 UK Director: Terry Marcel[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=4]Score: 6[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=4]Don?t roll your eyes at me. Yes, although I didn?t give it a ?high? score I do recommend this movie. I?ll be the first to admit it is a lot of nostalgia and memories of good times with friends wrapped along with this film that makes me rate it at a recommended level. Oh well, it?s my review and I can do that if I want to. If for nothing else, the pure comedic value alone is enough to recommend this movie to fantasy film fans. We have a one handed guy with a crossbow that fires at the rate of an AK-47, an elf that shoots arrows at a similar rate, and a bad guy (played by Jack Palance) that just chews up the script like a starving man. Fans of the [i]Rocky Horror Picture Show[/i] might just barely recognize Patricia Quinn in the role of the blind sorceress.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=4]Alrighty then, I?ll take off my geek hat for a minute and be honest about the film itself. The acting isn?t bad in most places but a few people really do some stuff that makes you laugh?except they weren?t being comedic at the time. The music score is typical 1980s fantasy style which means it tries to be mystical and wispy but comes out a bit corny and juvenile. The plot is not bad. The story line is a good, though standard, high fantasy adventure. The special effects are inconsistent. Sometimes with the help of fast editing and all they are pretty good. Other times they are laughable. My Role Playing group would often turn to this movie when we took a break from gaming over the week end to watch it, laugh at it and generally have fun with it. Give it a watch, just for the heck of it.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=4]Notes: HV Suggested Age: 8+[/size][/font]

Alegra S (jp) wrote: Saw this DVD in Wal-Mart, read the synopsis, became interested. End of story.

Emily the F (au) wrote: Wonderful satire on politics and college life in the 60s!

Robert C (br) wrote: Definitely has its moments, it's fun to see these actors, and Carol Channing conquers all her scenes, but the story is super annoying and overlong.

Addie A (es) wrote: still one of my favorites!....

Neil M (mx) wrote: Now nearly 20 years old, this is likely the best Al Pacino mob movie you never saw.Each of the 16 roughly 10 minute chapters seemed polished and complete on its own, like episodes of Sopranos (which came only 2 years later and seemed to borrow from this format).

Evan M (ru) wrote: A Gilliam journey. Though a warning: some versions suffer from poor/low volume. Still fun in so many ways. Especially if you were a kid then.

Ryan E (de) wrote: Aug 7, 2016Beach House in CAJake Ousley

Scott C (au) wrote: One of the biggest disappointments. Great idea, but just boring.