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(1327) 6.4 109 min 2018

Rojo is a movie starring Darío Grandinetti, Andrea Frigerio, and Alfredo Castro. In the Argentina pre coup d'etat, a successful lawyer starts to feel against the ropes when a secret of the past threatens his present.

Alfredo Castro, Andrea Frigerio, Diego Cremonesi, Darío Grandinetti
Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Benjamín Naishtat

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Director Benjamín Naishtat
Writer Benjamín Naishtat
Stars Alfredo Castro, Andrea Frigerio, Diego Cremonesi, Darío Grandinetti
Country France, Argentina, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Brazil
Also Known As Vermelho Sol, Κόκκινη Έκλειψη, Czerwony, Raudona
Runtime 1H 49M
Description Argentina, 1976. Claudio Morán is a successful and respected lawyer of an Argentinian town that suffers an incident with another client in the restaurant where he awaits for his wife Susana to dinner, who reclaims his table to seat and eat. Mocking him about the stranger's bad manners and poor education, Claudio's words make that the stranger suddenly explodes in rage against everybody, being forced by the staff to leave the local just when Susana arrives. When they two are in the car to back home, the stranger appears again hitting the car and running away. Leaving the car behind the stranger to stop him, this one intercepts Claudio and both have a fight. Trying to calm him, Claudio see as the stranger hits himself and takes a gun pointing Claudio and Susana, who followed his husband, but instead to kill them the stranger shoots himself in the face. Seriously injured, Claudio takes the stranger into the car and leaves Susana in home saying her that he will moves the stranger to the hospital, but Claudio leaves him in the desert to die. Three months later, Claudio's life remains equal with Susana and their teenage daughter Paula, receiving the visit of Susana's best friend Mabel, her husband Vivas and their child. In the days previous to the General Videla coup d'etat that will change the country forever, with the military intervention above the horizon, violence unleashed by everywhere and people that miss every day, things complicate for Claudio when Mabel suffers a nervous breakdown during an expo art. Worried by her, Vivas reports Claudio about Mabel's stranded younger brother Dieguito, who years ago joined revolutionary movements to fight against repression of the government, missed three months ago while he traveled to meet Mabel. Realizing that the stranger was Mabel's brother, Claudio starts to feel cornered when Vivas tells him that he and Mabel have call famous Chilean detective Sinclair to find Dieguito if he's alive...or to his assassin if he's dead.

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Wednesday, 27 May 2020 18:35

Filmed in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth is an epic fantasy film from the director of Hellboy, The Devil's Backbone, and Pan's Labyrinth. The film stars Alicia Vikander as Pan, the teenage daughter of a wealthy family in Los Angeles. Pan is a girl who is the latest in a line of enslaved women to be sold as slaves to a wizard (Gary Oldman), who is called over the hill to do battle with a monster known as El Cid. El Cid, as he is called, is a giant spider who lives in the forest and is a prisoner of a man named Lord Bosch (Eric Bana). Bosch, as a commoner, has no authority over El Cid. However, when Pan is found by the owner of the old man's estate, Bosch commands Pan to bring El Cid to the castle. It is at this time that Pan meets a fellow slave named Ansel (Kaya Scodelario) and then with her, he agrees to take her to the castle and then to the forest. The final battle begins as El Cid attacks the castle and Pan runs to the forest to rescue his daughter. It is at this point that Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth shows that it is a movie about one man against a greater threat. In the middle of this story, there is a family who has been abandoned by their father. They are kept in the attic, and as a young boy, Pan sees an image of his father that was in the attic. This eventually changes Pan's life, as he believes that it is his father. He meets the man who is the owner of the house, and later meets his daughter. It is a very emotional moment when Pan arrives at the house to find his father gone and the man who runs the place, Ienzo (Gerard Butler), waiting for him. Guillermo del Toro has created a fantastic film, and I would have never guessed that he would be able to make a fantasy film like this. The film has so many different ideas, but the special effects are so great, and Guillermo del Toro's visual effects are so great, it is hard to think of the film without a special effects expert. The film is also very well written. It is very epic, and contains a lot of subplots. It is very well paced and made to be enjoyable for all ages. My rating: 7.5 out of 10.
Thursday, 14 May 2020 04:45

It's an old joke: one is told of the wonderful daughter who lives next door, the parents are happy but their children have all gone off to college, and one day the daughter makes a visit, and then the mother, in her grief, decides to drive off into the wilderness alone, where the son, in his despair, picks up a hitchhiker and asks him to help him find his daughter. The hitchhiker, in his grief, picks up the daughter, and he sees the mother's car in the distance, and follows it as it drives away. A few minutes later he sees the mother and the car, but is unable to catch it. Eventually he finds the mother, and helps her get out of the car. This has been done many times in other movies. Here, it's done with a little more flair, and with a touch of tragedy. The father, when he sees his daughter, is frightened by what he sees, and he runs to the mountains to find her, or rather, to get to her. He is struggling to get back to civilization, with the knowledge that his daughter is lost, and that he may never see her again. The daughter is not in a position to help him, and she knows it. She's running away from her parents, and she knows it. The father will not abandon his daughter, even though he has just seen her for the first time, but will take care of his young son, who has taken to the wilderness. One of the few scenes in the movie that seems to work is when the son sees his mother, in the trees, and is afraid to look at her. I don't know what the filmmakers were thinking. The mother is just hanging out in the woods, staring into space, and telling herself that she will come home. The son is left alone, and the father sees her, and tries to help her. He sees her hair as it ripples, she is scared, and he runs to help her. She runs away from the father, and he follows, with the knowledge that he will never see her again. The father runs to find his daughter, and finds her, and the father can't help but be sad, and tells his son the truth about the daughter. The son cries, and the father forgets about the son. He knows the daughter is lost, and is so saddened that he can't help his son. The father makes his way home, and knows that he will never see his daughter again. I have seen many other movies where the father runs to find his daughter, and the son runs to find his father. Sometimes the son is stronger than the father, and the father is weak. This movie, I think, is really a comedy, and a drama. In some ways, it's a good movie, but it's also sad. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who isn't willing to think about it.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 21:09

I admit, I was skeptical going into this movie because I am a Spanish-speaker, but if you're not, this is a well-done movie with a decent amount of twists. I have seen a few of those movies, so I'm not as familiar with the Spanish dialogue as I should be, but I thought the script was very well done and believable. For example, you have the main character, Rojo, with an apron on his head, going around in a store with the help of two kids that he knows are from a drug cartel. I think they were the only two characters in the entire movie that I was rooting for. Then there are a few scenes that make you think, like when the drug cartel wants him to do something, but he doesn't. He tells them to go to the other side of the river and tell him. I also thought the way the cops were trying to get his information was very believable. Finally, the way the scenes were shot really added to the movie. It was very dramatic, with the constant light of the setting. It really helped to make the movie feel alive. I thought the acting was very good, especially from Paco Plaza and Teresa Gimenez. Paco was the best. He really put his heart into the role. Teresa Gimenez was not bad either. I do not remember her in the other movies, but she was a really good actress. The ending was also very unexpected. I don't think it was completely predictable, but it was a good surprise. Overall, I think the movie was great, with a few twists, and had a good message. It was not my favorite movie of the year, but I will be watching it again.
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 03:45

I really like the fact that this film uses short cuts for scenes, like the two scenes that are shown in the opening when the car is racing, but after the car is driven on the highway, and then on the road. The way they show the road was really interesting. I liked how they show the faces of the two guys as they are talking. The guy who is driving the car, and the girl next to him. The part where they have a confrontation is also really interesting, and the way they showed it, makes you think that it's actually happening. After all, they really don't talk that much, and there is only one line that they say to each other, but it is very interesting because you can read what they are talking about. The same thing happens in the scene that they are in the car, but they do talk about how they are having sex, so that you can see the line between what they are saying and what they really are saying. The only one that I found boring was the guy who was driving the car. He just sat in the passenger seat, and his friends were in the front seat. And for him, he didn't really talk that much. The two girls were really good actors, and I liked the way they spoke. They were the reason why I like this film. The only thing that I didn't like was the last scene, it was just a bit of a disappointment for me. It seems that they had two different endings, and they decided to show the other one, but it was not that interesting. If you want to watch a thriller, I recommend you to watch this movie, because it's a good film.

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