Viva Zapata!

Viva Zapata!

The story of Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata, who led a rebellion against the corrupt, oppressive dictatorship of president Porfirio Diaz in the early 20th century.

The story of Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata, who led a rebellion against the corrupt, oppressive dictatorship of president Porfirio Diaz in the early 20th century. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Viva Zapata! torrent reviews

Adam W (ru) wrote: was fun, but completely unrealistic. Not great.

Ian R (fr) wrote: Couples Retreat was an alright movie. It has a great cast and a decent premise, but it just doesn't come together with hilarious moments. There are a few good funny jokes here and there, and it does deal with its serious subjects in a good fashion. Overall, I enjoyed it and I'm glad that I finally saw it, but it was not as great as I was hoping.

Samantha G (de) wrote: This movie is cute!!

Auttie R (it) wrote: This is a great film. The actors give their all, to their performances. I can watch this film over and over, because it is also beautiful to look at. Someday, I would love to travel to Venice.

Ben L (us) wrote: Barton Fink is a beautifully shot film with some really stunning audio and visual moments that convey such a palpable sensation you almost feel like you are inside the movie with the characters. Also, when it holds to the story of a Broadway/Hollywood writer who believes he can understand the common man but actually refuses to listen, I am completely on board for the that movie. Sadly, it doesn't hold to that simple story. It is overloaded with symbolic gobbledygook that makes this movie nearly intolerable for me. I don't like when I have to do homework and analyze a film in order to fathom the writers' intentions, in fact I hate it. Some slight symbolism that might add some depth to the story when you look more closely is a fine thing to insert into a film, and it might even make it a more intelligent movie which I would appreciate. However Barton Fink wanders into a strange fantastical dimension where the laws of physics stop applying and people start saying things that make no sense, and suddenly I'm sitting there saying "What in the world is happening right now?!" It also kind of felt like the film was written and created just to appeal to the Hollywood artsy-fartsy crowd. It was so loaded with "inside jokes" that I could see other creative types just lapping it up but it sails right over my head. I didn't hate Barton Fink because, despite the rampant symbolic mumbo-jumbo, it did have a coherent story that I found entertaining at times. I can see this being a favorite film for some, it just isn't a film made for someone like me.

Matt H (de) wrote: Another terrific performance by Jack Lemmon. He handles both comedy and drama so well, a rare talent. An interesting movie in itself.

Tony P (us) wrote: Blaxploitation, while a commendable independent sub-genre, is often so full of hatred that it clouds the storytelling. Granted, this is very much a response to oppression and an exercise in liberation, but it's often too unsettling. That being said, Black Caesar is a highly creative movie. The use of sound and music is a tremendous acheivement for its era. There is some thoroughly enjoyable action sequences and some very rich dialogue, but there is an amateur quality that is not always in service to the film's integrity. Often, it's just bad filmmaking.

taylor (au) wrote: Doris Day did a great job in this movie... I liked that she sang alot but it wasnt like every 5 minutes...

Private U (ca) wrote: The probability that a group of beggars and mobsters would go to any length of trouble to help out an alcoholic apple vender who told her daughter that she was a society dame? Very low. But save for a few syrupy sweet speeches rallying around Apple Annie (I think someone actually says "We've got to do this for Apple Annie!" at one point), this movie actually...kind Maybe because it's got that Frank Capra sincerity, maybe because it's got a good cast (Guy Kibbee and May Robson are cute together). It's far from being the greatest Capra film out there, but it's watchable, maybe even entertaining.