Great Expectations

A humble orphan suddenly becomes a gentleman with the help of an unknown benefactor.

. . When he meets the mysterious Miss Havisham and her haughty niece . Young Pip is expected to become a blacksmith, but, hating the soot and smoke, he secretly dreams of becoming a gentleman

Great Expectations is the best new movie of Charles Dickens (novel), Tony Marchant. This movie was introduced in 1999. There are many actors in this movie torrents, for example Ioan Gruffudd, Justine Waddell, Charlotte Rampling, Laura Aikman, Nicholas Blane, Selina Cadell, Jo Cameron Brown, Emma Cunniffe, Tony Curran, Laurence Dobiesz, Leo Dolan, Sarah Durham, Michael Eaves, Daniel Evans, Gemma Gregory. There are many categories, such as Drama. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 7.3 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movies torrent. Share this movies torrent to support us

Great Expectations torrents

Great Expectations full movie

Great Expectations 1999 torrent

Great Expectations torrent, Great Expectations movie torrents, download Great Expectations full movie, Great Expectations 1999 torrents, download Great Expectations 1999 torrents, watch Great Expectations movie, Great Expectations englishsub, free download Great Expectations movie, movie Great Expectations torrent

Links Name Quality Seeders Leechers Size
Download   Great.Expectations.1999.SWESUB.DVDRip.XviD-Pride86 DVDRip 41 36 1.37 GB
Download   Great Expectations1999 (BBC mini series) Other 50 44 1.87 GB

Users reviews

Akash S (de)

Ultimately, 'Norte' is poignant and devastating, and is bound to leave a scar on one's soul. No matter how much or what I write, it couldn't possibly illustrate the film's complete worth. For example, blame; who or what should Eliza blame for their situation? The justice system which wrongly but swiftly convicts her husband, or their lawyer who inefficiently pleaded their case, or the murderer who ran away from the scene, or the moneylender herself for being so unscrupulous that her husband attacked her earlier, or the accident which caused the moneylender to have a vicious grip on their lives, or herself for stopping her husband to work abroad before all this mess? So, who is she supposed to be angry at?With spectacular setting and talented actors (especially, the talented Miss Angeli Bayani), Director Lav Diaz efficiently weaves an sweeping and symmetric tale, in which all the elements make complete sense by the end. I wouldn't exclude a single minute from the movie's 250-minute runtime (which many viewers complain about) because the film progresses at the right pace, giving us enough time to contemplate on the themes surrounding the story - existence, evil (its presence, and whether to destroy the source of it, or evil itself), crime, blame, morality, conscience, injustice, perseverance, hope, universal love and fate; without contemplation and debate (internal or otherwise), watching this film would be wasted potential. Even without the usual sentimental gimmicks, Diaz gives us his pessimistic and heartbreaking worldview, where life is punctuated with inequality and injustice. Mostly taken in long takes, with no close-ups or background music, Lav Diaz immerses us into the lives of these three people, with scenes mostly covering their routine activities or conversations. Thus, in the three characters we see hope, despair, and the lack of both. And Eliza keeps on persevering in the face of injustice, and carries on with her life in eternal despair. Joaquin maintains his innocence and incorruptible goodness, hoping it results in eventual justice. The guilt consumes Fabian and drives him to insanity; though he evades getting caught, he feels his soul is corrupted forever. Loosely based on Dostoyevsky's 'Crime and Punishment', Lav Diaz's four-hour saga explores how a certain crime affects the lives of three individuals - highly intelligent but depressed Fabian who commits the murder, poor and good-hearted Joaquin who's wrongly convicted of the murder, and Eliza (Joaquin's wife) who now has to work endlessly in order to take care of her two kids and Joaquin's sister. Trying to put his theory into practice, he murders an unsympathetic moneylender, and unavoidably (unplanned), her daughter as well. His upbringing and behaviour makes us realise he's a sociopath, feeling distant from almost everything around. From his conversations with his law school friends, we understand that he has left college due to depression and discontent in life, his disillusionment with his country, whose history is marred by betrayals and unpunished crimes. He tries to elaborate on his philosophies on life and society, how eradication of bad (evil) elements is the only way to progress. The film opens with the character Fabian having a heated discussion with two of his lecturers

Arthur R (fr)

till, nowhere near enough focus on issues for my liking. Not much has changed between 42 and 49 to be honest. That makes for the most interesting viewing. The highlight is a disagreement between the director and one of his subjects

Bernard N (de)

rings you down to earth. A mix of sad dramas, about how life can suck

Cresswell S (gb)

Slow moving yet entertaining movie about A PR rep and his crazy clients

Hurtshikiss H (au)

its a damn good movie

ismael r (ru)

Neo Ned is both a sweet and charming character study and a soulful love story were Jeremy Renner's and Gabrielle Union's unique charecters, ned and Rachael come to life thanks to thier wonderful performances

Jamie C (au)

A well done film that is a film everyone must see, An amazing story fantastic cast that keeps us gripped from start to finish and very unpredictable

Jason S (ag)

. . It's like the Star Wars prequels, thrown together to make money and way to much CGI

Kristina K (ag)

The good and the bad in it). This movie is VERY SLOW, not much of talking; it will keep you thinking about relationship. It's nice to see unknown actors showing such love and compassion. The movie is touching, though a bit confusing

Lee M (es)

Binoche and Shimell keep us fully engaged with their characters throughout their conversations, and Kiarostami draws us in with his signature mixture of long takes and intimate close-ups