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(25853) 6.9 133 min 2018

Todos lo saben is a movie starring Penélope Cruz, Javier Bardem, and Ricardo Darín. Laura, a Spanish woman living in Buenos Aires, returns to her hometown outside Madrid with her two children to attend her sister's wedding. However,...

Starring
Penélope Cruz, Ricardo Darín, Javier Bardem, Eduard Fernández
Genres
Mystery, Thriller, Drama, Crime
Director
Asghar Farhadi

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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 Mystery, Thriller, Drama, Crime
Director Asghar Farhadi
Writer Asghar Farhadi
Stars Penélope Cruz, Ricardo Darín, Javier Bardem, Eduard Fernández
Country Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Argentina
Also Known As Tout le monde le sait, Todos Sabem, Alla vet, Kaikki tietävät, 誰もがそれを知っている, Mindenki tudja, Το ξέρουν όλοι, Vsi vejo, Alle ved det, Svi znaju, Everybody Knows, Mineviku labürindid, 人盡皆知, Men alle vet, Tutti lo sanno, Offenes Geheimnis, Wszyscy wiedzą, Herkes Biliyor, Koulam Yod'im, Visiem zināms, Todos Já Sabem, Hameh midanand
Runtime 2H 13M
Description Laura, a Spanish woman living in Buenos Aires, returns to her hometown outside Madrid with her two children to attend her sister's wedding. However, the trip is upset by unexpected events that bring secrets into the open.

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Tuesday, 22 Sep 2020 11:43

When the film ends I would say it was worth the extra buck to rent it. The script is pretty good, but again I think it was because I watched the subtitled version. Perhaps that is why the film didn't hook me on that much. It starts out as the typical kidnapping thriller with the stereotypical kidnappers. Here is the bad guy, here is the good guy, here is the girl and the bad guy's daughter. Not much variation in the group of characters, or the development of them. The film is basically a stereotype thriller with a few twists. The main problem I have with it is the climax. Well the reason I am writing this review is because I felt the movie was in a weird place where it kept going back to the beginning. It felt like I was looking at something that I had already seen. I feel like the whole climax could have been a lot more dramatic. But that is a small problem in a very good movie. Some scenes that are happening, are a little bit anticlimactic. But the big problem with this film is the script. I was confused, and what made me confused is the stereotypical kidnapper character. And that was the main problem. The acting is great. The only one that didn't do well was the bad guy's daughter. I think she should have been a more powerful character. But I think she was the reason why I didn't like the movie as much as I thought it should have been. Overall, it was a good movie but the script and acting left a lot to be desired. It is worth seeing but not for the first time.
Wednesday, 09 Sep 2020 12:44

A high-class crime detective (Antonio Banderas) is pulled into a drug-money-laundering operation in Mexico City. The guns are stolen, the money is seized, and the police is prepared to arrest the suspected culprit. But one key witness to the crime has a "weakness" and can't be arrested, thus leading to a showdown between the cops and the drug-dealers. One aspect of the film is to place the three sides of a conflict. On one side we have Antonio Banderas, the main character. On the other side we have Luis Guzman (David "Pacho" Medina), a veteran cop. The film consists of many cases that have a "conflict" in them, but most of these conflicts are not very serious and involve only minor clashes between the police and drug-dealers. There are only three significant cases in the movie that are brought to the main character. Banderas is essentially the hero of the movie, but Guzman and Medina are not too far behind. Guzman, who played a drug-dealer in another movie, is the most important character in the movie, and Banderas' involvement in the film is less important than his character. However, Banderas and Guzman are really good in their roles, and their chemistry is very good, like in "Kill Bill". In the beginning of the film, the direction seems very slow, but this would be a serious flaw for any "thriller", and it also proves that the direction of the film wasn't a big factor. After the first "conclusion", the film gets much more fast-paced and begins to become a real thriller. This is done in an interesting way, not only because the characters are portrayed in such a "action-movie" way. The way that Banderas' character is brought to the conclusion is also an interesting and meaningful development. In the end of the film, we see the connection between Banderas' character and Guzman's character. Both of them have different sides, but they see themselves as the only ones who can help in finding out the truth. The score in the film is also very interesting, with some very well composed pieces of music. The film deserves a higher rating because of its political message and because the three actors are excellent. I think the film should get a higher rating because I really like the three leads, especially Banderas. If you are not into the action-thriller genre, then you probably won't like this movie, but if you like the lead actors, then you should see it. It is probably my favorite thriller from 2002, along with "The Departed", "The Transporter", "The Departed 2: Company of Wolves" and "The Departed: Kill Bill". * out of *
Sunday, 23 Aug 2020 09:20

It was a pleasure watching a film which makes the viewer think, and makes him feel the disgust of the human condition, the horror of the human mind. We are not told a story. We are told the story of a woman whose children have been kidnapped. She joins an investigation led by a cop in his law enforcement career. We are not told the specifics of the woman's kidnapping and the mother's investigation of the situation. This film is about the feelings of humanity, the way that the human mind works. We have to judge this film by itself, without any preconceptions. The dialog is honest, the characters are not particularly well chosen or developed. The last third of the film is about human lives, and the human mind's desire to understand and understand. The story is not too long, there are not too many shots, no continuous scenes, it seems more like a series of scenes, each one adding a small part of the story. The story is not a straightforward story, but it is a well-told story. The one exception to this rule is the father of the kidnapper. It is an important, but not very effective and significant role. The film is highly recommended, because it is not just a film about a kidnapping, it is also a film about human nature, about human lust. In a way, this film is similar to a slasher film, but it has a different feel. It is more psychological. I recommend this film to people who are looking for a thriller, psychological, horror. I recommend this film to people who are looking for a film which is not so boring.
Tuesday, 28 Jul 2020 20:53

In a world of mass murders, haunted by the bodies of dead people, a drug lord (Danny Huston) begins to get involved in a group of bank robbers. The game starts from a "kidnap" by two young children, where they take one of the parents hostage and in a frantic attempt to escape, they decide to fight off the criminals. At first, the film has a fairly solid plot to it, full of gripping performances, and the tension and intrigue is maintained throughout the whole film. However, the film goes down hill very quickly. It is boring, and the last fifteen minutes or so are so blatantly cliche, that you could say that the film has been done before, but the last fifteen minutes is still one of the most perfectly executed scenes in a horror film, I've ever seen. The rest of the film is full of cliches, and the action is at its most simplistic. The performances are the film's major weakness. Although there are a couple of genuinely good performances from the protagonists, Danny Huston and Danny Noriega have virtually zero chemistry, and their characters are so uninteresting and dumb, that you feel no sympathy for them. This is one of the most poorly acted films I've ever seen. "Re-Animator" is a very ugly film to look at, and while it looks great on the large screen, the editing is incredibly sloppy, which makes the pictures extremely painful to look at, and the actual story that is happening to the protagonist is even more poorly executed than the film is. The acting is very poor, especially from the two leads. The acting is so bad, that one of the police officers says the characters are "brain dead", and the director comments on this when he admits the film is very sloppy. The direction is full of horrible, disjointed camera movements. The cinematography is so low budget, and suffers from the cameraman using a hand-held camera, the angle changes are so slanted, and the camera angles are so obviously off, that it makes it very hard to follow. The soundtrack is also terrible. The sounds are very low budget, and the music itself is very repetitive. The film is shot in a rather grainy, and dirty look, which is used to emphasize the terrible performances from the leads. The use of poor quality home video is also used to emphasize the film's look, the production design is very bad, and the film's layout is so poorly designed, that you can see a 3x3 building from 10 feet away. This film is definitely one of the worst horror films I've ever seen. However, this is still far better than most of the mainstream films that I have seen in the last two years. This film is full of cliches, and suffers from the worst acting I've ever seen. I can't recommend this film, but if you are in the mood for a "Cloverfield-esque" kind of film, then by all means, see this. It's not a masterpiece, but it's not as bad as many of the mainstream horror films, and if you liked "Re-Animator", you should definitely see this.
Saturday, 11 Jul 2020 17:29

A Spanish filmmaker recently produced a film that reminded me of a certain movie in my life. That movie was Stansfield and Louise. But this movie is totally different. I am sure that no one could have anticipated this movie. I think I would not be able to do justice to the topic, but I think you would find the movie very interesting. I do not know how to give the spoilers because the movie is very confusing. The movie takes place in a period in one of the most corrupt and important cities in the world, Mexico. The main characters are Don Jose (Luis Vielma), Don Jose's wife Gloria (Valencia Marti) and Don Jose's son-in-law Raul (Marco Faria) the latter two have a bond with each other. The motive of the crime being very important because if this crime were to succeed it would affect their marriage. It has been learned that Raul is one of the biggest drug dealers in Mexico. It has been proven that he and his gang have the absolute control of the drug trade in Mexico. It has been learned that Raul and his gang have the absolute control of the money which is coming into Mexico. The police is totally paralyzed because they cannot stop Raul and his gang from their drug trafficking. The drug money is coming into Mexico in small amounts but the drugs are extremely expensive and the production cost of the drugs are higher. It has been discovered that Don Jose and his wife's insurance has been paying Raul and his gang for several years without informing them. The only reason that Don Jose's wife doesn't want to get rid of him is because he is one of the biggest drug dealers in the world. But the best thing that can happen to Don Jose and his family is that Raul and his gang will succeed in their drug trafficking and make the millions of dollars they have been missing. The mother of Don Jose is asking Don Jose to get rid of his wife because she believes that his wife is giving him an "I will be there for you" attitude. There are many other things that the film shows. The director has shown us the police officers in their little boots which is a remarkable thing because this is the kind of cops that you would expect in a movie from Mexico. However, the director has also made use of many scenes that show the idea of "organized crime". A scene where the car is being pulled over by a police officer is a very important scene because it shows that this police officer is controlled by the drug dealers. It is also an important scene because it gives the viewer a clue as to how powerful is the organized crime in Mexico. The director has also used the drug dealing in a few scenes because it is a very important scene because it shows us that the drug dealing is really organized. The director has used the problems that the police officers have as a way of portraying the idea that the police have the monopoly in dealing with crime in the Mexican city. The film ends with a scene where the director shows us the history of the drug business in Mexico. It is important because the director has shown us how organized the drug dealing is in Mexico. The movie is well directed. The acting by the main characters is well done and their chemistry with each other is real. The photography is
Friday, 26 Jun 2020 16:25

If you ever wondered what would happen if an Italian film was given a non-American "lounge" treatment, then this is the film for you. Set in a rundown apartment building and featuring an interesting local cast, the story is told in a non-linear fashion, which allows the audience to make sense of the narrative. The film is set in the near future, and as such has some serious issues with identity, issues which don't really help to get across the story. Now, I'm not sure if this is an original or a remake. You can tell the original is English, and the remake is in Spanish. And while there is a bit of a confusion with the editing, it doesn't bother me too much. My only major complaint is that the characters are all just too good, but I suppose that's not surprising when you have an English cast. The acting is also good, and it helps that the characters are very diverse. You'll be laughing at how the detective is an amoral fool, and at how he has no time for his wife and daughter. You'll also be laughing at the disorientated police officer, and at how the fight between the two lead characters is basically a war. My main criticism of this film is that it's only really a bit watchable at times. The film does have a fair amount of shock value, and it is easy to see why some people would find it inane. I guess the main criticism for me would be that it's very long. I'm not sure it could really be called an epic, but this could easily be called a "dramedy". I was surprised at how long this film was, as I didn't have too high expectations and was quite surprised when it was over. That being said, I didn't find the film boring, and I think it's one that could appeal to many people.


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