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St. Elmo Punto De Encuentro [Blu-ray]

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Tras Acabar Sus Estudios, Un Grupo De Íntimos Amigos Deben Enfrentarse A Los Problemas Y Desafíos Que Plantea La Vida. Por Mucho Que Sus Aspiraciones Y Sus Nuevas Relaciones Sociales Y Laborales Pongan A Prueba Su Amistad, Ellos Se Aferran Siempre Al Cariño, A La Estabilidad Y A La Seguridad Que Les Da El Grupo.


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Amazon.com: 4.4 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 396 opiniones
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Romp in the Past 22 de mayo de 2014
Por Kate70 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Back in the days of Reagonomics and self-promotion, this film stood out as a coming of age flick for young people just out of college. All the brat pack is present except Molly Ringwald, and I found it interesting to see them again as they were in youth. The film showcases just about any conflict that just out of college folk encounter--from secret love, to economic future, to ethics in relationships. I enjoyed it!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Classic 80's Film in a story that is true today 23 de junio de 2017
Por JJ - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Classic 80's movies...when I'd moved past John Hughes pictures of high school, St Elmo's fire gave me a glimpse to the future. And while my personal Brat Pack didn't have Alex, Wendy, and Jules we were certainly close and could easily identify. While the film is dated in classic 80's clothing and excess from Jules' Pink apartment to Wendy's big collars, the movie doesn't fail to to deliver in the classic theme of moving from student to adult and all the change in finding out who you might want to be
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My Generation 14 de enero de 2011
Por karhill54 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I am not a film-buff; I see maybe 3 to 5 movies a year, most of them on DVD at home. Years can go by without my even stepping foot into a movie theater. That said, I love this movie and have seen it thirty dozen times at least. I know others have loathed this film for the overwrought "self-centeredness" of its characters, but it came out just at the right time for me: I was a sophomore/junior in college and was just beginning to deal with some of the same post-graduate career/relationship/self-searching issues the characters were dealing with right after their college graduation. I identified just a little with each of them. (I have to add, because it was important to me at the time, that the clothes were to-die-for. As a poor, not-well-dressed student I remember coveting Leslie's and Jules' wardrobes intensely, and they represented the best of trendy fashion for that period.) Still, there are some things that just don't compute. Why did the film makers decide to use Georgetown University? And how could party animals Billy and Jules EVER have passed a single class, let alone graduate from a school like that? This is not "Party State University" like the school I graduated from. Georgetown has "standards." I don't see how they could have even gotten into that school. Since they had to film the campus scenes at the University of Maryland, why couldn't they have just used that school rather than Georgetown? It would have been more believable. Jules must have a few decent, undamaged brain cells as she apparently was recruited into a high-profile, high-paying job at a bank right out of school. Nerdy, awkward Wendy Beamish doesn't fit into the rest of the crowd. IRL, she might have been friendly with Ally Sheedy's character, Leslie, but I have no idea what it is she has in common with the rest them that keeps her in the core of the group. IRL, they would have considered her hopelessly uncool and dorky and would have had nothing to do with her. But, of course, this isn't IRL. Which is just as well because Kirby's storyline -- stalking a beautiful woman he admits to being obsessed with -- wouldn't have lasted 5 "real life" minutes. He'd be hauled into court and would have a restraining order against him. Nevertheless, even with all its faults, the film still brings back a sense of nostalgia for those times, even with all the drama and trauma.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I didn't really like it. It was hard to follow and just ... 30 de noviembre de 2016
Por elizabeth nolan - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The first time I saw this movie, I didn't really like it. It was hard to follow and just didn't interest me. I decided to give it another chance and really liked it. It's about recent graduates who are good friends who fall in and put of love, try to make it in the working world and are there for each other when they need each other. It's not a funny movie, but a nice film that keeps your attention jumping from character to character, storyline to storyline
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Dvd 21 de febrero de 2013
Por Holly Ragland - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
Got this movie and was pleased with the way it was shipped. It was packaged great. Nothing wrong with dvd. Love the crisp color on the blu-ray. Great cost for it on blu-ray. I loved all the people that was in it. A big fan of the 80's movies. I just loved the soundtrack to this move. It is a great movie to watch when you break up with your boyfriend or girlfriend. I know I did and The actors did a wonderful job in the movie. I remember alot of the actors in other movies.

Like Rob Low and Emilio Estevez in the outsiders. Andrew McCarthy in weekend at bernies. Ally Sheedy and Judd Nelson in the breakfast club. So as you can see great acting from these people also known as the brat pack.


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