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Ma ma is a movie starring Penélope Cruz, Luis Tosar, and Asier Etxeandia. In the aftermath of a tragedy a woman, Magda, reacts with a surge of newfound life that engulfs her circle of family and friends.

Julio Medem
Penélope Cruz, Asier Etxeandia, Luis Tosar, Teo Planell

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Genres Drama
Director Julio Medem
Writer Julio Medem
Stars Penélope Cruz, Asier Etxeandia, Luis Tosar, Teo Planell
Country France, Spain
Also Known As Mama, Ma Ma - Der Ursprung der Liebe, Ma ma - Tutto andrà bene
Runtime 1 h 51 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In the aftermath of a tragedy a woman, Magda, reacts with a surge of newfound life that engulfs her circle of family and friends.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 13 May 2020 19:11

As a man of Korean heritage I really enjoyed this movie. It was more enjoyable than any movie I've ever seen before and I will be sure to watch it again in the future. I don't understand all the negative reviews but I think there are some flaws to the movie. The main flaw is that the movie is supposed to be about a 12 year old boy who is in love with a 13 year old girl. It's not. It's a story about two brothers and the ways they deal with their feelings for one another. What does this movie do wrong? It's more about the human condition than anything else. We all know that people have some kind of feelings for one another, especially in the era of the 1960s when they were fighting for racial equality and equality between the races. I thought it was very realistic how the relationship between the two brothers were. I'm not a fan of Korean movies so I can't compare the acting of the two brothers. But I thought that the acting was good, the way they were trying to portray their feelings was very believable and I'm sure that the movie could have been much more realistic if they were not so shy about expressing their feelings. That's what I thought was the most important part of the movie. The only thing I didn't like was the soundtrack. I don't know if the soundtrack was supposed to be a Korean cultural reference or if the movie was trying to give a different image of what is Korean culture but it was kind of irritating and it made the movie less enjoyable. Another thing I didn't like was that it was about a religious sect that is obsessed with being celibate and is supposed to be in the Bible. I don't think that that was a part of Korean culture. I think that the movie was a little bit too long and had too many scenes with the same scene from the same scene. It was a good movie but I'd like to see another one. I don't think that I would watch it again.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 16:49

I am still recovering from the shock that I received watching this film. I was not prepared for what I was about to see. I was expecting a cinematic spectacle to be inspired by the violence in the film's opening scene. Instead, I got an insightful and thought-provoking look at the life of a woman struggling to find her identity, her place in the world, and her love for her son, not to mention the history of her family. I did not find this film shallow or shallow-watered down. It was thought-provoking, intelligent, and well-shot. What really impressed me was the unique perspective the director brought to the project. The story took place in Cambodia, with no discernible English-speaking actors, and I don't think any Cambodian actor spoke a word of English in the film. What made it even more impressive was the fact that the director went to great lengths to make the movie seem authentic, with a smooth Cambodian accent. It was beautiful to see the director's attempts at authenticity. And the cinematography was stunning. The cinematography was on point. There was no jarring camera movements or shaky shots. The director took the time to focus on the colors and contrast of the images, while never sacrificing the quality of the footage. It was almost as if the director was trying to create a photo essay of the Cambodian landscape. The music was as perfect as the cinematography, and the soundtrack was so subtle, but so beautiful. I was totally captivated by the musical score, which was completely in tune with the film. It was at times reminiscent of a movie I saw as a child, and I am really glad that I was able to experience that movie through the eyes of someone who was not familiar with the film. The soundtrack was a revelation. I cannot wait to purchase the soundtrack. I also have to mention the acting. I have to admit that I was impressed by the acting. The performances were strong, with both women and men giving strong performances. I was especially impressed by the performance of Abigail Breslin, whose portrayal of Amy was wonderfully nuanced, strong, and very believable. I will definitely be watching this movie again, and will be recommending it to others.
Saturday, 28 Mar 2020 11:14

This movie is not for the faint of heart. There is a lot of language and a lot of violence. I am not going to say anything about the language, because I don't want to spoil anything. What I will say is that this movie is extremely hard to watch. If you have a brain you will hate it. If you have a heart you will feel it. The movie is about two guys who have been brought up in a violent environment. They are raised by a mother who beat them and had them hit a lot. They are taught that killing is the best way to deal with problems. This movie is based on the book "Hannibal Rising" by Bryan Whalberg. It is also based on the book "Silence of the Lambs" by Anthony Mann. The movie was directed by David Fincher, who also directed "Fight Club" and "Seven". This is his first movie and I can see why he did not like this movie. The movie is very violent, so be warned. This is a movie that I would recommend to anyone who has never seen it, but I would also recommend that you do not watch this movie if you are not willing to have your mind challenged. The movie is so violent, so much so that it is hard to watch. The main character, played by Anthony Hopkins, has to deal with a lot of problems that are thrown at him. He is the father of a child that is dying of cancer. He has to deal with his drug addicted son and his drug addicted girlfriend. The main character is so conflicted, but also so strong. This movie is really worth watching. This movie is the best movie of 2005 and one of the best movies of all time.

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