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Durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, uma jovem garota chamada Liesel Meminger sobrevive fora de Munique através dos livros que ela rouba. Ajudada por seu pai adotivo, ela aprende a ler e partilhar livros com seus vizinhos, incluindo um homem judeu que vive na clandestinidade. Estreia: 31 de janeiro de 2014. Drama.

Durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, uma jovem garota chamada Liesel Meminger sobrevive fora de Munique através dos livros que ela rouba. Ajudada por seu pai adotivo, ela aprende a ler e partilhar livros com seus vizinhos, incluindo um homem judeu que vive na clandestinidade. Estreia: 31 de janeiro de 2014. Drama.

Right before he asked if he was her bf no lie I said jokingly "oh it is her boyfriend" next thing I know he said that and I lost it and started laughing

Right before he asked if he was her bf no lie I said jokingly "oh it is her boyfriend" next thing I know he said that and I lost it and started laughing

The movie was not as good as the book... but I have to admit, Rudy was hilarious in the movie... and cute!

The movie was not as good as the book... but I have to admit, Rudy was hilarious in the movie... and cute!

Any novel that sits on best-seller lists for more than six years is an inevitable candidate for a big-screen adaptation. So perhaps it’s no surprise that there’s a dutiful feel to Brian Percival’s rendition of “The Book Thief,” which remains loyal to Markus Zusak’s World War II story without quite capturing its dark originality.  While Zusak managed to address the heaviest of tragedies in both a unique and universal manner, Percival and screenwriter Michael Petroni seem hamstrung by thei…

'The Book Thief': Movie review

Any novel that sits on best-seller lists for more than six years is an inevitable candidate for a big-screen adaptation. So perhaps it’s no surprise that there’s a dutiful feel to Brian Percival’s rendition of “The Book Thief,” which remains loyal to Markus Zusak’s World War II story without quite capturing its dark originality. While Zusak managed to address the heaviest of tragedies in both a unique and universal manner, Percival and screenwriter Michael Petroni seem hamstrung by thei…

And the boy who's hair remained the colour of lemons forever

And the boy who's hair remained the colour of lemons forever

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