Captain Lightfoot

Captain Lightfoot

A boggy swashbuckler of Irish freedom-fighter Michael Martin.

In 1815, Michael Martin, member of an Irish revolutionary society, turns highwayman to support it, and is forced to flee into outlawry. In Dublin, he meets famous rebel "Captain Thunderbolt" and becomes his second-in-command, "Lightfoot." 'Tis a perilous life, with captures, turncoats, rescues, and romance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Captain Lightfoot torrent reviews

Helen B (ru) wrote: The idea of exploring the effects of acquiring information about one's genetic makeup on one's life is very good. However, the entire logic has a fatal glitch when it goes onto the territory of predicting a future that is determined by external events that have nothing to do with one's DNA! How can one's DNA predict if one is going to be hit by a car? It makes no sense. It's not even science fiction, it's silly.

Robert B (es) wrote: A Little Bit Zombie (Casey Walker, 2012)Okay, I admit it: I'm a sucker for stupid zombedies. You make a silly movie and you put some corporeal undead in it, and baby, I am there, with bells on. And I'm not going to tell you that A Little Bit Zombie is the best of its breed, but if you're looking for a zombedy and you've seem all the classics one too many times, dialing this one up will not disappoint you in the least.Veteran TV director Walker's first theatrical feature gives us soon-to-be-married couple Steve (Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling's Kristopher Turner) and Tina (Insomnia's Crystal Lowe), who have rounded up their wedding party and dragged them to a remote cabin so obsessive Tina can put everyone through their paces. Problem is, there's a zombie outbreak in the area. Professional zombie hunters Max (The Dark's Stephen McHattie) and Penelope (jPod's Emilie Ullerup) think they've got it contained, but a mosquito bit one of the zombies just before it got dispatched, and when it subsequently bites Steve, he starts feeling a bit peaked, looking worse, and developing a craving for brains (which, conveniently, can be fed by local grocer Cap'n Cletus [X-Men's George Buza], who happens to be a cerebrum gourmand himself). When Max finds out about Steve's "condition", he's all for dispatching the groom-to-be with a shotgun to the skull, while research student Penelope believes Steve could be the means to cure the zombie plague once and for all.It's predictable, it's dumb, and it's funny. If you're a fan of the zombedy, this is going to be a hit; if you're not, you can safely pass on it without feeling like you're missing much, but some surprisingly good acting (Buza's scenes are comedy gold, every one of them), solid comic timing on everyone's parts, and the always-welcome presence of Stephen McHattie, who's just started getting noticed as the fearsome talent he is in the past five years or so, make this one worth your time. ***

Patrick S (it) wrote: probably the most deeply depressing movie you'll ever watch.

Mark J (kr) wrote: While the filmmaker begins with the illusion of objectively presenting Roman Polanski's story, by the end of the film it becomes clear that her primary interest is in showing how a showboating judge "did him wrong." There is a short section where, by juxtaposing the testimony of the victim & Mr. Polanski, it becomes clear that what occurred is substantially more problematic than "unlawful sex" - yet almost no one interviewed in the film deals with that reality. Instead, it's a heap of soft pop psychology about the nature of Mr. Polanski's character and the difficulties of his life & the odd vagaries of the American justice system circa the 1970s. I think the reason that so many of the critics like the film is that they admire his films... and so want to impart some measure of respectability upon the man who made them. (This is no different than the way American sports fans excuse the behavior of star players - and it's a really a sad commentary on our unwillingness to hold people responsible for their actions.) The film itself is well-made but extremely slow... at times, irritatingly so.

Reverand Lord Horse o (ca) wrote: A suprisngly enjoyable movie, i must admity i watched this on the back of the trailer which for a dvd release i had never seen anywhere before is rare. The story although predicatble in places was enough to keepyou interested and the twist and turns worked well.

Bethany E (jp) wrote: I loved the climax. And Norman Reedus. But that's about it.

Gina C (ru) wrote: I've always loved this movie. Yes, its ridiculous. Yes, its totally unrealistic. But it's too funny. I love it even if the critics don't. It wasn't meant to be a spy movie. It's a comedy. Totally worth the watch over and over again.

Craig S (ag) wrote: LOL this movies hell funny!

Erik H (jp) wrote: i feel like a real dumb idiot for never seeing this. i loved it. have loved the score for years, so to finally see it in action was so great. love this era. love the dancing. ending felt kinda rushed/cheap, but other than that, so good. such a great motion picture imho.

Adrien T (jp) wrote: un sacr tandem louis de funs-yves montand

Conner R (ca) wrote: Even though it's not amazing, this is actually really interesting and well done movie. Sadly it will always be compared to Rashomon, even though the remake really tries to be something else and is hardly shot for shot. It has some great characters, Paul Newman as Carrasco is utterly ridiculous, yet hilarious at the same time. The cinematography is beautiful and even rivals Kurosawas, so in that respect it's a very worthy remake. This really is the best possible western interpretation of the story.

Logan M (es) wrote: It's not the strongest or most memorable biopic, but its leading performances more than make up for it.

Ana S (ca) wrote: Butiful! Butiful! =D

Bob V (ag) wrote: A brilliant gem of a movie that flopped at the time of release, and was all but forgotten, garnering a mild cult status in more recent times.Though understandably too 'wtf' for its audience, modern viewers should recognize the brilliance of this collaboration between giants: John Huston, spoofing the genre he himself had made omnipresent with movies such as the Maltese Falcon, and hereby closing his long period of making question movies (where the actual object of the quest is completely irrelevant, a MacGuffin)Truman Capote helped on the script, and clearly had some fun with it too. Humphrey Bogart, star of many a questing movie, parodying his own image from them. Jennifer Jones, a blonde version no less, plays the typical Huston girl, except this one's parents were possibly cousins ; Gina Lollobrigida in her American debut, taking the first step towards becoming The Sexiest Woman on Earth; and veteran character actors such as Peter Lorre and Robert Morley add tremendous depth to plywood-roles. Even Stephen Sondheim worked on a movie set for the first time here, though be it as a clapper boy, which is a job I don't know, and sounds slightly filthy, but let's assume he was the guy that yelled Take 5 or whatever.It's hard to 'box up' this film: comedy? Crime drama? Adventure? Romance? Parody? Actual Quest movie? Political commentary? It's easily all, and none, of the above. The one thing that's certain is that you should have been watching it already by now.