Angélique

Angélique

In the first of the Angélique series, the beautiful feisty teenage heroine becomes entangled in a political assassination plot and is betrothed to a stranger who is twelve years her senior and a reputed sorcerer.

In the first of the Angélique series, the beautiful feisty teenage heroine becomes entangled in a political assassination plot and is betrothed to a stranger who is twelve years her senior and a reputed sorcerer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brendan N (nl) wrote: This is a strong movie that shows the lengths these oil companies will go to push results for the dollar. I'm shocked they released this film right in the summer mix because it was swamped by all the action packed films of 2016. This whacks a punch once everything goes to hell at the hands of BP who received a fine that wasn't large enough. Berg does well with the story and he creates a chaos on the screen that is relentless and really hits home. Great film without really using the actors to fully engage, it's more a team effort and even not having Wahlberg to anchor the film, this would've worked.

Oscar G (ca) wrote: De una limpieza absoluta, y una narrativa profunda pero accesible, Herzog nos brinda una clase de 90 minutos de cinematografa.

Mario P (br) wrote: I want my time of life back

Rotimi A (fr) wrote: There's nothing really creative about the premise/plot/narrative but I really enjoyed the movie for being the most subtle movie about the subject matter I've probably ever seen. No really amazing performances but I think there is something amazing about a cohesive cast. I don't know... I'd watch it again.

Charles B (fr) wrote: I kept waiting for the story to actually start.

Caitlin A (it) wrote: I used to be obsessed with this movie. I just watched it again and I have no idea why (other than the fact that I used to be obsessed with SMG).

Rawballs B (br) wrote: It's fun to watch and it is outrageously an enough adventure to sustain your stomach...

Tim D (ca) wrote: Superb performances from Aiello, Dreyfuss and Hunter. Excellent movie.

kevin k (ru) wrote: A Sword & Sorcery picture which somehow, tragically, flew right by and beneath my radar, way back in the Eighties.

Nathan S (ca) wrote: As relevant now as it was forty years ago.

Andrew O (us) wrote: Just absolutely fantastic.

Sanjay R (kr) wrote: Pretty much what you'd expect. Unless you are watching with a group of elementary school kids you are baby sitting (like me), there isn't any reason to watch.

Scott C (ru) wrote: I can't remember this at all.

Cal J (kr) wrote: One of my all time favorite slasher horror films of the 80's.

Michael M (mx) wrote: It's an anthology film, you know the drill. Some segments are good, some not so good, some are just downright bad. To get it out of the way, you can just go ahead and skip Kevin Smith's contribution on Halloween. It's a painful attempt at girl power that barely has anything to do with the actual holiday aside from featuring girls in costumes. Then there's segments like Easter and Saint Patrick's Day that have some really clever ideas and a celebration of the holiday, but they don't quite know how to execute them and the results are more just weird than clever or scary. Still, even the lesser segment still have some chills and creativity to them (except Halloween, which is just unforgivably shitty), and there are a couple like New Years Eve and Christmas that are quite a lot of fun. The highlight of the film though is Father's day, which is emotional and brilliant. It uses some clever filming techniques with a girl visiting a place she went to as a child while listening to a tape of her visit there as a child which merges the past and present in some interesting ways, and an emotional heft to the whole thing that creates a great sense of tension. Still, even Father's Day has an ending that leaves something to be desired, like they had a really good idea but weren't sure how to close it. Holidays is full of great ideas that aren't always executed in the best way. It's ambitious, and most of the directors clearly have a great deal of talent, but I wish there stories had been thought through more. It leaves something to be desired, but what you get is still worth a look.