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(1261) 5.3 116 min 2020

La Corazonada is a movie starring Luisana Lopilato, Joaquín Furriel, and Rafael Ferro. Pipa begins her career as a police detective alongside her mentor, the controversial detective Francisco Juánez. Together they must solve the...

Starring
Luisana Lopilato, Rafael Ferro, Maite Lanata, Joaquín Furriel
Genres
Crime, Thriller
Director
Alejandro Montiel

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Crime, Thriller
Director Alejandro Montiel
Writer Alejandro Montiel
Stars Luisana Lopilato, Rafael Ferro, Maite Lanata, Joaquín Furriel
Country Argentina
Also Known As 直観, Intuition, Megérzés, Intuisjon, La corazonada, Presságio, Domysł, L'amica
Runtime 1H 56M
Description Pipa begins her career as a police detective alongside her mentor, the controversial detective Francisco Juánez. Together they must solve the violent murder of a 19 year old girl

Top reviews

Wednesday, 10 Feb 2021 10:20

A major concern of this film was the lack of the credibility and plausibility of the characters. The reason for that was because the characters were not living in a reality that most viewers would know, let alone accept. For instance, the fact that by the time police arrive on the scene there is no evidence at all that the alleged murder weapons are the kind that could have been used in this case. The fact that we only see two of the alleged assassins, which is considered to be sufficient for investigating, goes against the entire premise of this film. I have no problem with films that try to be non-violent. However, a film that is not supposed to be a reality, but a non-real world, does not need the credibility of the characters, the accuracy of the storyline, or any other cinematic elements that a viewer has come to accept in the past. All of that would be more believable if we were privy to this kind of information. Furthermore, I am sure that if people really lived in that world, they would find the storyline confusing and unrealistic. I am sorry that the writers and director did not accept that, but this is not the case. The characters are honest and ordinary people with ordinary problems, which you would expect from a world where they live. They have been brought up by a father who blames his daughter for what happened and was killed in a gang attack. If the father had to have done something similar, I don't think he would have done so in such a lackadaisical and self-interested way. The difference is that in the "real" world, this is a story. The "real" world has laws and justice. The "real" world has a motive. The "real" world knows why the boy killed and his motives. The "real" world does not expect that the police will do nothing but take the case, but does not expect the police to understand the motives of the killers and the people who helped them. The only reason that this film is so much better than the average film is that it shows us a world that has not been depicted in other films. The social norms and rules that we expect to see in the "real" world, are the norm in this film. If we were in that world, we would do exactly the same thing. This is a brave and innovative film, but it is not a great film. It is a movie that is intended to entertain and entertain. Unfortunately, I found that the audience were not quite that enticed to go to the theatre. However, that does not make this film bad. It is worth seeing in the theatres.
Friday, 22 Jan 2021 14:08

This is the first movie I saw from Mexican director Guillermo Del Toro, and I was astounded. Just as in his previous films (IT, Crimson Peak, Pan's Labyrinth) it is a mystery movie that has an amazing visual aesthetic and an exceptionally emotional story. With this and Pan's Labyrinth, Del Toro has established himself as a master storyteller and one of the best directors working in Hollywood today. Every movie that he produces is better than the last and this movie certainly ranks as one of his most personal films ever. On top of that, it is a brilliantly crafted movie, with complex characters and a fascinating story. This is not a simple horror movie, though it may seem like one. In fact, it is far from that. The movie is a mystery, and it's very hard to figure out what is going on at all. But that is what is fascinating about it, because it has that mysterious feeling that seems so authentic to real life. The story takes place in Los Angeles, a city where a perfect woman named Lola (played by Mira Sorvino) works in the fashion industry. She is beautiful, but she is also a victim of a brutal hit-and-run murder, and her entire family was killed and her father is missing. She is a strong woman who finds love with a man named Jurgen (played by Shane Carruth), and the two of them form a powerful bond. However, when Jurgen is taken hostage by a gang of hoodlums who steal his girlfriend, Lola needs to find him. She does so, and discovers a secret world in which she is not alone and where one man has begun a hunt for revenge. The movie does not give answers, but it does give you one. As one person told me, this is a slow, complex movie that never does leave you feeling satisfied, because it's so full of questions, but never giving you answers. And that's why it's so successful. You leave the theater not knowing what to think about or feel, and you leave knowing you didn't. Guillermo Del Toro has put together a magnificent film, and I am definitely going to see it again.
Friday, 28 Aug 2020 14:05

I had always had high hopes for this film, because as far as i know, it was a Mexican-made movie with a foreign director and cast, and i was very excited to see this film. However, in a way, i expected a little more. There were several moments when i was hoping that this would be a film that will make me forget about my boredom, and that it would be something spectacular. However, there were a few scenes in which i had this feeling, but in the end, i was still really pleased with the film. I think this is the reason why i didn't really expect a masterpiece, because i had expected something much more spectacular. The film starts off very well, with a very interesting and enjoyable beginning, but after that, it all goes downhill. This is the kind of film where the first half, it's great, and the second half, it's really boring, because everything that was great about the first half of the film, is lost. I mean, it's just one long scene after another, where the characters are basically talking about what they're gonna do next. Also, there are a few scenes that are just simply awful. In particular, there's a scene where the protagonist is on a boat, and there's a bunch of bandits on the boat, and one of them falls overboard, and the main character then looks at his watch, and he thinks that he has another half hour before the boat gets to shore, and he starts to laugh. I mean, this scene is just really bad, and it really bothers me. The acting is also not very good, and it's also sometimes really bad. The main character is also a little bit annoying. All in all, this film is not really a masterpiece, and i recommend it to people who like Mexican films, because it's worth watching, but if you're looking for a great movie, this isn't it.
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2020 11:42

Some might consider this film a glorification of violence, and it is easy to see why. But in order to see this film you have to watch it as an anti-war film. Some people call this a thriller, but I call it a action-thriller. There is a lot of violence in the film, and as you watch you notice that the violence is excessive and that there are more and more instances of violence. The film is also very violent and very depressing. The violence is not in the same sense as the Vietnam War or the terrorist attacks of the 1980s, but the violence is still there. It's all in your face and it's never over. I suppose the violence would have been used in a more subtle way. However, the violence is a kind of justification for the violence, which is the main theme of the film. I'm sure there are plenty of people who like this film, but it's not for everyone. The violence is a part of the film, but it's not the whole film. The violence is the main plot of the film, but the main plot is not violence, it's more of an anti-war film. This is a film that will probably only appeal to the kinds of people who like violence. If you're looking for a film with a message about war and violence in the world, you might be disappointed. If you like the idea of a film about a people and the violence they experience, you'll probably like this film. It's not my favorite film of the year, but I think it's one of the best films of the year. It's a film that you should see if you're into a lot of violence. If you're a pacifist, I'd suggest you don't see it. I don't think it's necessary to be violent to see the film. This is a film for the people who enjoy violence.


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