Caius Martius, aka Coriolanus, is an arrogant and fearsome general who has built a career on protecting Rome from its enemies. Pushed by his ambitious mother to seek the position of consul, Coriolanus is at odds with the masses and unpopular with certain colleagues. When a riot results in his expulsion from Rome, Coriolanus seeks out his sworn enemy, Tullus Aufidius. Together, the pair vow to destroy the great city.

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Coriolanus torrent reviews

Douglas M (jp) wrote: I was gonna give a 3 star, but gave it a half more due to the fact that the story was not to bad, but the way they did the movie sucked. It was dry, but I do see what the were trying to do for the movie. Glad it was on netflix. Would not want to buy the bluray.

Jenny Y (us) wrote: Hilarious way to handle cultural clash yet many sweet family emotion.

Nilufer R (us) wrote: Man, this was such a boring movie. I had to try 3 times to finish it. As I was watching it, the only thing I could think of was this plot and the whole movie could be an interesting passage in a book I read or a fact mentioned in a health documentary.

Brian C (es) wrote: This has to be the worst remake ever. There is not one redeeming quality of this horrid movie. The acting is really bad, the story is all over the place, and the scares and just cheap jump scares that really do nothing for the plot.Not recommended.

Kai S (de) wrote: Basically a lecture packaged as a movie. Really more about Moore as a thelemic magickian than as a genius of graphic novels like WATCHMEN and V FOR VENDETTA. full disclosure then: in my case he was preaching to the choir. but it could also serve as a good introduction to anyone not really acquainted with contemporary magickal philosophy and technique. and truly, like the man says, art IS magick...

Bryan K (ag) wrote: Good movie as it grabs your heart!! Very powerful, a must see!!!

Cheryl B (jp) wrote: Hadn't seen this movie since it came out so I'd forgotten most of the story. It's funny & crazy & I enjoyed it.

Kevin R (ca) wrote: Take my shield away from me.A New Jersey community is filled with New York City police officers that have formed their own law and way of life in this small town. The sheriff was handpicked and turns a blind eye to the NYPD until one of the police officer's lives is at risk. When the internal affairs department turns their back on him, the sheriff will have to take matters into his own hands. "In for a penny in for a pound."James Mangold, director of Walk the Line; Identity; Girl, Interrupter; 3:10 to Yuma; The Wolverine; Kate and Leopold; Heavy; and the upcoming Seducing Ingrid Bergman, delivers Cop Land. The storyline for this picture has some real interesting subplots mixed into the primary storyline and reminded me of a poor man's Heat. The cast delivers very solid performances and includes Sylvestor Stallone, Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, Michael Rapaport, Harvey Keitel, Robert Patrick, Janeane Garofalo, and Peter Berg."I can't hear you."I always really liked this movie and thought it was a bit underrated. I recently came across this on Netflix and decided to watch it again for the first time in a long time...I still thoroughly enjoyed this. This may be a hair step down from Heat, but just a hair (both are not as good as the Town). Nevertheless, I strongly recommend seeing this once."If he doesn't like my garbage then he should stop soiling my sheets."Grade: B

Rebekah L (ca) wrote: Celtic Pride NOT FUNNY. Story is STUPID. Maybe if you like basketball it would be okay.

Bill B (ag) wrote: Caught the MST3K version of this and it was a helluva lot of fun, would actually be interested in seeing the unedited original at some point, just to see what I might've missed on the first viewing.Give it a rental!

Jonny P (us) wrote: Hitchcock's original 1934 version of "The Man Who Knew Too Much" never stood much of a chance for me, since his 1956 remake has always been one of my favorite films. But even approaching it with that mindset, I was incredibly let down by this film. Maybe it is because this film is so old, but there were times when it was difficult to distinguish what was going on (and difficult to care about what was going on). This film lacks the strong, sentimental mother/child relationship that the remake does, and I found myself not caring about the fate of these characters. I understand that filmmakers were still experimenting with talkies throughout the 30's, but this film seems like they weren't quite sure how to properly approach a talking picture and lacks the flow that gives a film a natural feel. Again, I constantly compare this film to its superior remake but that is because it is so inferior. The main draw for this film is catching Peter Lorre in one of his first American films but if you want to see him at his finest, watch "Casablanca" or "The Maltese Falcon." I have never appreciated the performances of Doris Day and Jimmy Stewart until I saw this film. Just skip past this mistake and take in the story the way that it was meant to be seen - in its stunning 1956 remake.

Dan H (nl) wrote: Not great but ok, Phillip Seymour Hoffman in the elevator!! Enough said. I sharted!!

Jonas E (br) wrote: A timeless classic, the tension is really extraodinary! It was also the last time Eastwood worked with Don Siegel.