Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy

Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy

A fresh and revealing insight into Princess Diana through the personal and intimate reflections of her two sons and her friends and family.

Prince William (the Duke of Cambridge) and Prince Harry open up about their mother| the late Diana| Princess of Wales. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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bill b (br) wrote: WTF!!!! WTF!!!WTF!!!U like Gore with shitty FX and dull story in Italian?Watch this one if you do (i hope you dont!!)

Acha S (it) wrote: it's funny but i am a little tired of this-_-

Greg R (mx) wrote: It's a really smart, clever but cynical comedy. It reverses the character roles, the guy who seems like the bad guy is the good guy and vice versa. It's a really good film, and I highly recommend it.

Richard C (es) wrote: This film is very uneven, but has some marvelous moments. Hats, plates, and poles make up for the moments that drag. Worth the time to see.

Dane P (ag) wrote: A film that consists of no plot, with different conversations with a bunch of different people. Nobody stays on screen for more than 5 minutes and after that you see someone else.... For some reason its very watchable maybe because of the talk of conspiracy throughout. Its mind blowing to think for such a small budget all those actors to be in it. Its an okay movie definitely not for everybody though

Philip L (fr) wrote: An over the top campy comic book style vampire western starring Bruce Campbell and David Carradine. Very odd indeed. I say check it out.

Erick F (gb) wrote: I love this movie. I love the score. I love the characters. I love the title. This whole movie is fucking insane. Nothing wrong with that at all. To me, this is the premiere movie to show people who you think maybe into weird trippy 70s gore flicks. Plus, the title is so fucking awesome. (Even though it doesn't have much to do with the story). Like most of these movies, the plot is kind of silly, but the gore is kind of awesome. If you rather watch Lord of the Rings or Forrest Gump on your sunday afternoons stay away. But if you already went through all your Freddy's, Jason's, Halloweens, etc. and are ready for an upgrade, definitely watch this. Solid concept, solid execution.

Jeff B (ru) wrote: Nothing special in this Hammer horror cult film.

Jayakrishnan R (au) wrote: 72%Saw this on 18/6/16This is one of the least arousing sports movies that I have seen in recent times all because of the innumerous amount of cliches that plague this movie. Despite lacking a drive or clear character development (except for a few of the characters), this film succeeds in parts because at times its story seem fresh and emotional, but that kind of a feeling does not stay for long while watching this movie. The action in the field seems uninspired on the whole and Peter Berg's direction, though good is not his best.

John W (it) wrote: Enjoyed this movie. Clive Owens is an actor that brings something to these types of movies From playing King Arthur to this. No guns and no bombs make this a worthy movie for a collect.

David L (de) wrote: Bloody Hell - That is actually the best way to describe this. It was pretty awful from the start with five teenagers, each with an inability to act, staying over in the woods where a legendary massacre took place years ago. What was pitted as just another Urban Legend turns into a reality when a large figure equipped with a potato sack over his head starts butchering the group one by one. It's actually a relief to see them die so we don't have to witness their lack of talent anymore, but instead we are then subjected to a mass of unnecessary blood. A single punch to the face seems to yield a pint of blood being leaked, and when someone has a stab wound to the stomach, there is a further fountain of blood projected from the mouth. It's totally over the top and unnecessary but amusing in a strange way. I actually have no idea who the killer was at the end of it all, but at least that meant the continuity of the poor script was consistent with the rest of the film. I had never heard of this film before, and I can see why now, as it's just a very, very low budget Scottish production which had about as much chance of success as their national football team.