A Dangerous Wooing

A Dangerous Wooing

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:65 minutes
  • Release:1919
  • Language:
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

The farmer Knut Husaby has a daughter, Aslaug, who is the most beautiful girl in the village. Many boys are after her, but Knut and his two sons drive them away, if they come too close to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vivien T (kr) wrote: As good as usual. Very sexy. I'm loving it.

William T (jp) wrote: Very good film! Thought provoking and sometimes heartbreaking, never very slow or uninteresting. This subtitled French film details a young college student's decent into prostitution in order to make ends meet. There is some frontal nudity of her and yes, there is a good amount of sex. Good acting by the lead, as well as most others.Also I usually complain about movie endings, but this was well executed and final. No loose ends.

Brett H (es) wrote: Captain Phillips is a pulse-pounding thriller, based on the true story of the hijacking that took place in 2009, when four Somali pirates boarded an American cargo ship captained by Richard Phillips; who then took him hostage. The incomparable Tom Hanks stars as the aforementioned captain, and his engaging, determined performance helps sell the peril him and his crew are going through and you simply can't take your eyes off of him when he's given his moments to shine! The actors who play the pirates all make their film debut here and literally steal the show from Hanks in their terrifying portrayals of desperate, impoverished men who are forced into a life of crime due to their country's economic status. Barkhad Abdi plays the leader of this group of pirates in a break-out performance that commands your attention and the fact that he can go toe-to-toe with Tom Hanks in his very first film, is saying something indeed. The first half is a tense, close-quarters, siege-film with clever use of close-angles, and believable team-work between Captain Phillips and his crew trying to best their attackers. The second half is a hostage situation with Phillips being taken off of his ship and into a claustrophobic lifeboat among the vile pirates. This truly is an exceptional film, directed masterfully by Paul Greengrass and though it may have stretched the facts a tad, it holds nothing back in entertainment value and I was thrilled throughout!

3568 C (jp) wrote: Goose egg. It's difficult to like a movie when you dislike all the principal characters.

Chris R (de) wrote: kinda dissapointing...bring on Step brothers!

Nicholas L (gb) wrote: The idea is interesting and the way it's used can be perplexing and exciting, but it's over worn format and plot and poor CGI makes you want to vomit and die of boredom.

Adara W (mx) wrote: I'm pretty sure this sucked but John Cusack was in it so it warrants at least a few stars, no?

Zach M (de) wrote: One of the better Troma movies.

Errick S (gb) wrote: It's over the top, it's stupid and I love it. One of my favorite action films.

Jason H (jp) wrote: A decent little slasher from first-time director Joseph Ariola. While most movies of this type focus on the teens being stalked by the unstoppable killer, Ariola's film tells the story form the POV of a pair of cops assigned to the case. While this does take away from some of the suspense, it is refreshing to see a film maker take a chance with something new instead of doing the same old thing we've seen before. A couple more rewrites would have done the film wonders.

Brandon T (us) wrote: A solid sequel that's better than the poor excuse for a movie that followed it.

Craig F (ca) wrote: Borrowing heavily from the Mad Max mythos, The Rover is an achievement in its own right. Unpredictable and seasoned in this brutal landscape, Guy Pearce is thrilling to watch in his quest to reclaim his car from the thieves who stole from him. Shifting tone in nearly every scene, The Rover is masterfully scored with striking development and powerful acting from Pearce and Pattinson.