Hedvig Jensen is a famous ropewalker and is known to her public as Elvira Madigan. She meets Lieutenant Sixten Sparre, a Swedish officer who is married and has two children. They both decide to run away, but since Sixten deserted the army, he cannot find any job and the couple encounters many hardships. Moreover, while on the run, Sixten meets a friend who tries to convince him to come back to his country and family.
Hedvig Jensen is a famous ropewalker and is known to her public as Elvira Madigan. She meets Lieutenant Sixten Sparre, a Swedish officer who is married and has two children. They both ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Elvira Madigan torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Danny Trejo? Why would you do a voice for this animated abomination? WHYYYYY??????
(jp) wrote: Despite its good premise "American Dreamz" isn't able to convince me as a satire on showbiz. While it could've been a biting comment on the falseness and unnecessarity of talent shows and other kinds of TV crap it comes across a bit lukewarm. Finally I don't regret seeing it, but I surely won't do again.
(es) wrote: Wonderfully silly! Originally filmed without sound, the voices were all dubbed in later. Jemaine (no "R" in his name, folks) actually dubbed at least two voices: his own character Action Fighter, and Sam Manu's character Tongan Ninja. The idea was to replicate those cheesy ninja flicks with awful English dubbing, and the effect was hilarious. Among the highlights was Jemaine's uncanny performance of the opening theme in full-throttle Elvis mode. A classic of ridiculous brilliance (or brilliant ridiculousness)!
(au) wrote: It was cool seeing the thornberries in the movie as well
(kr) wrote: A neo noir drama that incorporates stylish acting, witty humour and a damsel-in-distress is probably the perfect recipe for a couch experience. Denzel Washington as expected excels as Easy Rawlins, an out of job commoner who gets entangled with the wrong people. He eventually plays the hero and saves Daphne Monet (played by Jennifer Beals) from the wicked hands of the evil bureaucrats. May be not that simple, but the whole story somehow revolves around that simple premise. Don Cheadle plays Mouse, a trigger happy friend of Washington's who helps him in his cause. Don Cheadle breathes a bit of fresh humour into the movie, and never lets it become too serious, which probable is the reason why this can be considered a step up from the classic film noirs. Based on an African American background, it is indeed a great watch on a nice evening after work.
(mx) wrote: wow i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a powerful drama movie 2 watch...this has got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that roger daltry (the lead singer of the great band the who) is brilliant as mcvicar....adam faith is good throughout this movie as well...this has got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that the director of this movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie because the director keeps you on the edge's of your seats throughout this movie n its really good movie 2 watch
(it) wrote: Desperately unsettling, and masterfully framed, you hang on every scene to the very last frame just waiting for the slow villain to do something; and when he does, you'll always feel your skin itch.
(de) wrote: I love old hokey live action disney, but this was uninteresting. It's like they just had all this excess footage of a cougar that they wanted to use...and you get Charlie the lonesome cougar...
(nl) wrote: Bette Davis at her best as a spoiled southern belle
(br) wrote: a master peace in every sense of the world . a stunning film that more than makes up for the lacklustre showing of Quantum Of Solace. Skyfall 007 at his best.
(us) wrote: Wow Wesley Snipes' career is really struggling. It seems that with the exception of the "Blade" movies all of his other flicks either premiere on TV or go direct-to-video like this one. I was a huge fan of Wesley's when I was younger and, for the most part, I still enjoy his work. This film is no exception, I found "Unstoppable" quite entertaining and fun to watch. It's a mistaken identity movie with no real twists, which is one thing I really liked about it. Snipes is an ex-special forces member who's last mission went bad and haunts him to this day. Mistaken for a rogue FBI agent, he gets injected with a hallucinogenic drug that makes him relive his regretful past and makes it hard for him to figure out who's on his side and who's his enemy. Since through most of the movie he's on the drug and can be easily manipulated so there isn't much of a kick-butt hero persona coming from Snipes' end that you see to the highest degree in "Blade," which doesn't bother me any. The real [email protected]
$# in this movie is in the form of Jacqueline Obradors (NYPD Blue) who portrays Snipes' girl friend/cop who takes no crap from any one and is willing take on the bad guys and the FBI in order to help Snipes. With good character actors like Stuart Wilson, Kim Coates, and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje giving great support in smaller roles you get a strong result from a weak script. Although not my favorite, and by no means a classic, this flick is good entertainment for a night with nothing to do.