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Maggie (Melissa McCarthy) es una madre separada que se muda a Brooklyn con su hijo de doce años, Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher). Al tener que trabajar muchas horas, no le queda más opción que dejar a Oliver al cargo de su nuevo vecino, Vincent (Bill Murray), un jubilado cascarrabias aficionado al alcohol y a las apuestas. Pronto, una peculiar amistad florece entre esta improbable pareja. Junto a una stripper embarazada llamada Daka (Naomi Watts), Vincent conduce a Oliver por todas las paradas que conforman su rutina diaria: las carreras de caballos, el club de striptease, y su bar habitual. Pero mientras Vincent cree que ayuda a Oliver a hacerse un hombre, Oliver comienza a ver en Vincent algo que nadie más ve: Un hombre incomprendido de buen corazón.

Audio: Castellano HD 5.1 DTS, Inglés HD 5.1 DTS.

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Maggie (Melissa McCarthy) es una madre separada que se muda a Brooklyn con su hijo de doce años, Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher). Al tener que trabajar muchas horas, no le queda más opción que dejar a Oliver al cargo de su nuevo vecino, Vincent (Bill Murray), un jubilado cascarrabias aficionado al alcohol y a las apuestas. Pronto, una peculiar amistad florece entre esta improbable pareja. Junto a una stripper embarazada llamada Daka (Naomi Watts), Vincent conduce a Oliver por todas las paradas que conforman su rutina diaria: las carreras de caballos, el club de striptease, y su bar habitual. Pero mientras Vincent cree que ayuda a Oliver a hacerse un hombre, Oliver comienza a ver en Vincent algo que nadie más ve: Un hombre incomprendido de buen corazón.


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  • Actores: Bill Murray, Melissa McCarthy, Naomi Watts
  • Directores: Theodore Melfi
  • Formato: Color, PAL, Subtitulado
  • Audio: Inglés (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), Español (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), Castellano
  • Subtítulos: Castellano, Inglés
  • Región: Región B (Más información sobre Formatos de Blu-ray.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 1.85:1
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 7 años
  • Estudio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment España, S.A.
  • Fecha de lanzamiento: 29 abr 2015
  • Duración: 103 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B00TQ4PARE
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Es una película sobre Bill Murray haciendo de Bill Murray. Tengo que decir que el señor Bill Murray pasó en muchas fases en mi vida, de odiarlo (cuando era pequeño) a amarlo (actualmente) y si, siempre hace el mismo papel, o casi el mismo, pero lo hace bien. La pelí es muy parecida a Mejor... Imposible de Jack Nicholson, aunque esta es algo más dura y realista, con personajes bien definidos, aunque la que quizás salga peor parada es la madre, por lo poco que la tratan comparado con los otros.

Seguro que pasas un buen rato, te hace reir, llorar, conmoverte... todos los personajes son carismáticos y llegas a comprender un poco su interior.

Naturalmente el Blu-ray se ve de lujo, pero tiene pocos extras, solo escenas eliminadas y entrevistas. Yo la había visto hacía tiempo, pero al verla por poco más de 6€ me hice con ella sin pensarlo.

PD: Viene en un amaray normalito.
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Es una película especial, dura y emotiva, interpretaciones fantásticas de todos los actores sin que destaquen unos sobre otros. La recomendamos.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of the best movies I've seen this year 31 de octubre de 2014
Por Jaclyn - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I just walked out of the theater after seeing St. Vincent and I had to immediately write this review before driving home or doing anything because I thought it was so great. This was honestly one of the best movies I've seen this year.

St. Vincent focuses on Vincent (Bill Murray), a crotchety old man who's a drunk and owes money all over town. Vincent "employs" Daka, a pregnant prostitute played by Naomi Watts, and has new neighbors in the form of Maggie (Melissa McCarthy), a hardworking single mom, and her son Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher). When Oliver locks himself out of the house one day after school, he stays at Vincent's house until his mom gets home from work. Vincent is able to ferret this into a gig babysitting Oliver regularly after school while Maggie is at work. Vincent is a horrible influence, taking Oliver to bars and the race track and teaching him how to fight. Even though Vincent's character is so gruff and basically a lowlife, he's actually pretty lovable. Throughout the course of the movie, we get to discover that there's a bit more to Vincent than meets the eye, and he's not so bad, deep down inside.

While this movie was classified by most as a comedy, I would probably go so far as to call it a dramedy, even though I hate the term. It was pretty funny, but also had some touching and real moments, with more substance than a straight comedy typically has. The first half of the movie was hilarious, with me laughing hysterically at Murray's dark sense of humor and the inappropriateness of his character. Then for the last part of the movie, things became a bit more serious, and I was trying to keep from shedding a tear here and there. However, there were still plenty of funny parts to ease the tension and provide comic relief.

The acting in this movie was great, in my opinion. Vincent was cast perfectly, with Bill Murray being the perfect amount of snarky and rude while still being likable. Lieberher was a cute, yet sarcastic little kid, and I loved watching Oliver and Vincent's budding friendship. Naomi Watts was hilarious as the Russian beauty Daka. Chris O'Dowd played a priest at Oliver's school (probably the coolest priest I've ever met..), and his Bridesmaid costar Melissa McCarthy went in a totally different direction than I've seen her in lately. McCarthy's last few roles have been disappointing to me, as I feel like she's been typecast as the over-the-top, funny fat lady, when she's so much more than that. Her character here had more depth and reminded me that she can act, although I feel like this role didn't allow her to showcase how funny she can be when she doesn't have to be stuck in the same gruff dirtball role (because let's face it, while she was hilarious in Bridesmaids, she essentially was the same character in Identity Thief, The Heat, and Tammy).

Overall, a really touching, really funny movie.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Saints 21 de febrero de 2015
Por prisrob - Publicado en Amazon.com
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St. Vincent is a film of surprises. In the right hands and the right actors, it comes alive. It is not one of those films that we have seen over and over. It could have been very easily, but what we have here is top notch acting that rises above the mundane.

Vincent, is played by Bill Murray, in one of his rare starring films. He plays a down and out man on his way to alcoholism. His house is a mess, but in a relatively nice area of New York. He lives alone, gambles, visits the local bar and sleeps with a pregnant 'woman of the night', played by Naomi Watts. He is broke, his reverse mortgage has reversed as much as it can. One of those cantankerous old men we see in most every neighborhood.

One day after Vincent has run over his gate, new neighbors move in. The movers hit his tree and a limb crashes into Vincent's car. Out he comes to meet them, Melissa McCarthy plays Maggie, mother to Oliver, played by Jaeden Lieberher. What a sweet child, wise beyond his years, off with his mom, while the divorce from his dad comes through. It turns out Oliver’s mom has to work long hours, And Oliver signs up as babysitter for $11 an hour. Oliver and Vincent hit it off, and this leads to the horse races, afternoons at the bar, and visiting Vincent's wife at a facility for Alzheimers.

The usual occurs, dad wants custody, Oliver meets the bullies of the school, Vincent teaches him how to fight, they dine on sushi of Vincent's making. All the while Vincent and Oliver have bonded, and Oliver shows Vincent exactly what he means to him. Superb acting, Melissa McCarthy shows she has great acting chops outside of her comedy. Surprise actors show up in small parts that proves good actors can make or break a film.

Recommended. prisrob 02-21-15
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas GREAT! No really, it is, I laughed, cried, and am STILL thinking about as I know it will have a lasting impression. 21 de enero de 2016
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I don't even know where to start. First off, I waited way too long to see this movie, that much is certain. Ever watch a movie that you thought was going to one way, and while it may have started out as expected, just turns into something more beautiful than you could have ever imagined it to be? One that will leave you thinking about the morals, lessons, ideas that it was trying to convey to you, either blatantly or covertly? Well this is one of those. It also leaves one thing unanswered. Which in my opinion, great movies often do, it helps facilitate the whole, "can't stop thinking about the movie" thing. I expected St. Vincent to make me laugh, which it did, but I certainly had not expected it to make make me cry, but it did that as well. Two separate times in fact. The premise of the story is this, a mother going through a divorce moves in next to Vincent and she doesn't know anyone in the area. Right away Vincent is stuck watching him, well I don't want to give to much away, or anything, as discovering the story as it unfolds is a part of the journey this movie will take you on. Along the way, you see hints of what kind of person Vincent is, he takes the kid to the race track, that sort of thing. He teaches the kid a thing or two, and I'm to going to say the kid taught him anything, because he didn't. Perhaps he helped to restore something inside Vincent that had began to die, something that he had given up a long time before. By the end of the movie it becomes very evident why it is named such, and as all good movies of the 1980s did, it even says the title of it in the movie. I highly recommend it. I am going to re-watch it again soon with a loved one, as it is that good that I want to witness him experiencing it as I did tonight.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good movie, great acting by all of them specially ... 20 de febrero de 2015
Por OBEONECANOBI - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Good movie, great acting by all of them specially the little kid ( Jaeden Lieberher) who's life evolves around the main grown ups like Bill Murray, Melissa McCarthy and Naomi Watts. He plays Melissa's son, whom struggling to make a living while after her divorce and is now fighting for full custody with x-husband for her child. Do not watch this movie expecting it to be a comedy, because it is not. Also, this is "completely" a Bill Murray movie.
He's role as "St. Vincent" is one of the best, if not his best since I have seen his movies and I have grown to like him more and more in my opinion, as he seems to have matured maybe within the last 5 years. (I was never a fan of movies like Ghostbusters, as popular as it was) the story takes Melissa and her kid (very smart and educated and was great in his timing with his lines) so while she is hard at work till all hours realizes has no one to take care of her kid, after hours, not even time to take him and pick him up from school.
Bill is a retired vet living alone and hooked in gambling, drinking, and of course playing the "ponies" with the hopes to hit the jackpot at one point.
He doesn't care about the conditions of how things are within his house simply because he's just not organized and life has hit him hard and takes things one day at time. However, under all that "carelessness" lies his true responsible self while trying to maintain his wife at an "assistance care" facility and paying for it best he can and has been doing it for ten years or so, to make sure she gets the best possible care while suffering from dementia.
Melissa needs assistance with someone to take care of her kid while she's at work and he needs extra money to survive and keep up with his gambling, drinking ways and agrees to take of the boy after hours by charging her horrendous rates without her having no choice but to pay them.
Both Bill and the kid (Oliver) end up "developing a great friendship" even though at first he wasn't too crazy about kids, any kids.
Script was well written and the acting was great from each of the characters playing their respective roles. It is a story about life with a different point of view of life from "each and everyone" of them struggling through it while trying to make sense of it all. You'll smile at times, you will feel as if you have been living right among them as a shadow as the movie allows you to get close to the characters and you will feel sad at times and you will laugh at times.
There are great scenes when Bill is laying in his lounging chair in his back yard drinking beer and listening to his I-pod music while teaching the kid how to earn and learn responsibility when gives the kid a chore to complete which is hilarious as to what the chore ended up being! (it is vintage Bill Murray) which Melissa gets home while this is going on and was surprised to see.
There are no sex scenes, there are lots of life lessons letting you know how "everyone" in this world struggles one way or another on a day by day basis while at the same time caring for a love one that means lots to you, no matter how hard you go about doing it.
You also should be very satisfied with a great ending of this movie having to do how Oliver, in learning each day more and more about his new found friend Bill (neighbor) and the man's struggles that all thru his life appeared to not matter to anyone, even him, although he was a great human being and finally gets recognized for it, by who better than Oliver that to his (BILL) surprise, put tears in his eyes and it might just do the same to you, when you watch it. Enjoy it.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Discovering the Saints behind the Sinners 16 de febrero de 2015
Por Micki Allen - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Cherubic kid saves grizzled curmudgeon. This scenario has been a staple of the big screen since time immemorial. Yawn, right? Oh, did I mention the lovable hooker with a heart? Gah! The frazzled single mom down on her luck? Gag. When I saw the previews for this film I actually groaned out loud wondering just how many stereotypes could be jam-packed into a single film. Still, I couldn't escape from the generous ratings and praise it kept receiving, and had to see for myself what this little tale had to offer. Thank Heaven, I did.

Granted, the linchpin is none other than Bill Murray himself cast in the title role. It's no secret that Murray is a comedic genius, and any other actor portraying the old drunken bastard whose holiness is hidden and the film would have been a Hot Holly Hobby Mess. That said, the film's true integrity comes in the form of Melissa McCarthy whose real talent is often hidden behind fat jokes and potty humor. When she vomited her vitriol at her philandering ex-husband at the parent-teacher conference, her performance was so organic and perfectly delivered, I was gut-punched and had to pause the film to catch my breath. The fact that she isn't overshadowed by Murray's on-screen brilliance is a feat in and of itself. Kudos to McCarthy. I pray she gets more roles worthy of her enormous talent.

This film has its critics, especially those who find it formulaic and even the naysayers who warn of the "bad parenting" it encourages. These viewers are sadly missing the entire point of the film.Yes, the plot may be predictable, but it's never saccharine. The raw, gritty underbelly makes sure to keep any overly sentimental tripe in check. Anyone who's dealt with PTSD or alcoholism (or both) will feel the authenticity of Murray's claustrophobic performance. And frankly, I find it refreshing to see a current film that isn't afraid to even mention religion without demeaning it and still manage to remind us that even the worst of us have worth and something of value to offer society without sermonizing. Experienced moviegoers may be offended by the slightly sappy soundtrack -- but it's not just a rookie mistake. It'll be nice when directors finally realize that they needn't outline what's happening on screen with their perfectly timed auditory cheat-sheets.

I expect we'll be seeing more from director Melfi who was smart to "play it safe" with a time-proven plot and managing to pull such far-reaching talent into his project because it worked, and worked very, very well. Be aware that this isn’t just a “feel-good” flick. It has shrewd grit and gusto between the hardy (and hearty) laughs.


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