A Room with a View

A Room with a View

When Lucy Honeychurch and chaperon Charlotte Bartlett find themselves in Florence with rooms without views, fellow guests Mr Emerson and son George step in to remedy the situation. Meeting the Emersons could change Lucy's life forever but, once back in England, how will her experiences in Tuscany affect her marriage plans?

A Room with a View is a 1985 British romance film based on the novel by E.M. Forster. It follows Lucy Honeychurch (Helena Bonham-Carter), a young Englishwoman, is touring Italy with her older cousin (Maggie Smith). At a hotel in Florence, Lucy meets George Emerson, a charming and free-spirited man. Intrigued by George, however, Lucy must decide between him and the wealthy, staid Cecil. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Room with a View torrent reviews

Asif H (mx) wrote: Monumental disappointment.

Cynthia S (fr) wrote: Excellent movie! Refreshing script, excellent acting. I really liked the pace of this movie, and the subtle camera work. Fantastic ending, also, which often seals the deal for me when it come to really good movies. Kudos!

alex f (ag) wrote: might be the worst british movie ive ever seen, defo the worst bball movie ive seen. its wasnt even so bad it was funny, with terrible dialog and cringe-worthy basketball skills throughout.

Chelsea K (gb) wrote: I have been wanting to see this for quite some time, so when I actually found it I just had to watch. I am pleased to say I enjoyed it, with its strange and somewhat disorganized plot, and oddly endearing characters. The character of Death is highly entertaining, and Michelle Dockery is wonderful as Susan, grandaughter of Death. I can't say if it is a decent film adaptation, as I have never read any Terry Pratchett books - but I can say it is fun to watch and is worth a shot if you like imaginative stories.

Leigh R (nl) wrote: Totally adorable, but that's because of Deschanel. She just oozes adorableness... Very quirky and funny.

Jesse O (es) wrote: This continues the very long tradition of having a badass action hero play to the little kiddies in a super family film. Schwarzenegger did it with Kindergarten Cop. Vin Diesel did it with The Pacifier. And The Rock pretty much made a career of it before he realized that family friendly films weren't gonna make him the major box office star that he is today. And I don't mean that in a derogatory manner, of course, it's cool to have movies that you can watch with your family and have a good time with them for a little while. But it's also very limiting in that you can't really transcend to the truly upper echelon of Hollywood superstardom, if that is what you truly want, by just doing films that only families can see. Because there's certain stereotypes associated with the genre that make some people hesitant, if not outright refusing, to watch the films. Whether it's stories with cheesy and sentimental resolutions or comedy so lame that even Donny Osmond is embarrassed. They're not e asy movies to like and this one is no different. Because, in all honesty, this isn't a particularly good movie as it pretty much hits every stereotype associated with the genre. It'd be something if they played to those stereotypes to subvert them with some legitimately clever comedy, but they don't. And there's nothing about this movie that is clever. Is it a bad movie? Technically speaking, no, not really. But I didn't actually mind this movie at all. I've had a rough couple of days, or at least someone in my family has, so it's been a bit of a down period. And the reason I chose this was because I wanted something goofy that wouldn't require much brainpower while I was watching it. But I have to be objective and the movie isn't what I would call good. There are some elements of the film that I did like, like the villain getting several ridiculous outfits that make him look like an idiot. It's not even something that's actually great or even that creative, but it got a few chuckles due to the reactions of the actor playing the villain. I have no idea who this guy was or if I've seen him prior, but he was pretty solid. It goes without saying that the acting in this movie isn't any good, even by Jackie Chan standards. And that's not fair, because as I mentioned in my review for Skiptrace, Jackie is a better actor than he might come across. That's simply because of the fact the he does not command the English language as well as, even, Arnold Schwarzenegger. But he showed glimpses of greatness in the Karate Kid remake and he's been good in some of his Hong Kong films. But he really is not very good here. And nobody is, for the exception of maybe Madeline Carroll, who plays the mouthy teen. When you have Billy Ray Cyrus featured as a secondary character, then you know you can't really expect much in the way of quality acting. The story is nothing to speak of, the kids cause Bob, a Chinese Intelligence Agent on loan to the CIA, more problems when they upload something that leads the Russians to them. And I say something, because I don't exactly know what was downloaded and why it was important. Bob and the kids' lives are put in danger and Bob, obviously, has to use the skills he has amassed throughout the years to get them out of this situation. The stunts are nothing special, but they're ok, they're really the best part of the film and it obviously does not compare to some of the crazy shit that Mr. Chan has done throughout his career. I'm not gonna talk about Jackie's diminishing skills, because that's a horse that has been beaten to death by yours truly, but he still does the best he can, even if he's not put in a movie where his skills, even at his age at the time of this movie, can excel. With that said, the movie, even if I thought it wasn't very good, was somewhat watchable. I realize that that might not make a lot of sense, but I didn't mind watching this movie at all. Yes, it's bad, but it's what I needed to watch last night. I can't recommend this, because it is a bad movie, but it's by no means the worst movie I've seen in the last six months. The Point Break remake and Meet The Blacks are both worse than this.

Daniel J (ca) wrote: Fascinating!! I enjoyed this movie so much. My friend introduced me to this Japanese films. I have watched 4 so far and they do not disappoint.

Brian W (ag) wrote: Is it the best movie I have ever seen? No, but what it does, it does very well. A great blend of laughter and heart--and three supporting performances to watch out for. Macy for sure, but don't overlook Douglas and Gaffney. Some great one liners there that will slip by you if you are not paying attention.

Stephanie G (br) wrote: I don't know how much I'd like this movie now, but I thought it was brilliant when I was a kid!

Marcus W (kr) wrote: Overblown but still interesting biopic with a classy performance from Nicholson.

Ben G (ag) wrote: Uninteresting piece of ex post propaganda

Yang L (it) wrote: saw it again in arclight theater tonight and had a blast. off the chart charming and beautifully told with incredible musical numbers and performances!

Jenn T (ru) wrote: Nothing special. Well acted.

lynette f (us) wrote: dint no there was another one out there lol

Trey B (au) wrote: One of the best sports films ever!

Susan Sue M (au) wrote: This film is impressive to say the least. Through the use of violence, crime, and several other aspects in this movie, the Hughes brothers were able to create a powerful message. This movie clearly portrays a message that each choice an individual makes can have an impact on his life, specifically about whether he is going to live or die.

Stephen S (ag) wrote: Great film. I love the story and the WWI backdrop. Check this out!