Hannibal Rising

Hannibal Rising

The story of the early, murderous roots of the cannibalistic killer, Hannibal Lecter – from his hard-scrabble Lithuanian childhood, where he witnesses the repulsive lengths to which hungry soldiers will go to satiate themselves, through his sojourn in France, where as a med student he hones his appetite for the kill.

After witnessing the violent deaths of his parents at the end of World War II, young Hannibal Lecter (Gaspard Ulliel) flees to his uncle's home in Paris and begins plotting revenge on the barbarians responsible for his sister's death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hannibal Rising torrent reviews

Dave C (ca) wrote: This is one for film fans to hunt out. An odd French film about a crime writer tripping over (almost literally) a death and finding inspiration through investigating the background.OK, so far, so ho-hum... but add in a touch of the Coen Brothers and a dollop in Twin Peaks and you'll find a film that just makes you want to keep watching.

M F (de) wrote: They should really stop now

Vincent S (es) wrote: Well done!!! It's the funniest movie of this year, very creative-mind and touching. Really, all truly movie buffs should go to see it. Highly recommend!

Alex B (it) wrote: This story is absolutely incredible.

Priyabrata S (es) wrote: I don't know why, but i like this movie :-)

Robbie N (ru) wrote: Greenberg is definitely a unique film. Stiller's acting is strong and his character is mysterious and unpredictable. It has a slow-paced plot, and a "less is more" attitude. I definitely had to think before rating this, and it probably would've been pretty mediocre if not for the strong performances and solid finish. Greenberg isn't really entertaining, but it's definitely interesting.

Brandon S (br) wrote: An emotionally-manipulative story that chooses to, rather than simply showing handicapable people to be just like all of the rest of us, show us a story about the magical power that all people on the autism spectrum have. The points awarded to this film are on account of Ed Harris' performance. The man could play bread crumbs and he would be spectacular.

Alexander C (de) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.

Henrike P (kr) wrote: Never completely understood the storyline, but great music score

Sara G (fr) wrote: A very wow movie, Bill Pullman was very annoying in this movie, but still a funny movie, Ellen on the other hand, was an amazing actress in this movie BTW, love her in Finding Nemo and can't wait to her to be on Finding Dory, I'm totally watching that!! <3 :D ;) :)

Shameca T (mx) wrote: too damn old for me.

Brian Z (us) wrote: I'm not blown away by the trailer, but the topic seems interesting, the reviews are certainly good, and they have it at our library.

Benito H (de) wrote: Probably my favorite movie ever. It provides a storyline, and soundtrack at a high level not usually seen. It is a movie about a heartfelt childhood friendship who goes awry when the group grows up and gets to adult life. Few movies provide the sincere feeling and heartache the friends show throughout the movie.

Mat K (ca) wrote: A 1962 special effects extravaganza! Unfortunately as most special effects extravaganzas it sacrificed plot and character. As for those cutting edge special effects, well, their a little dated now. Some of them still look cool, in an old school sort of way, but the stop motion has none of the personality of a Harryhausen creation. Not a bad movie, just forgettable.

Sharon S (kr) wrote: One of my favorite horror flicks....enjoying it ....This month of October honoring Halloween.

Kris W (ru) wrote: Everything involving the Technovore is stupid. But everything else I quite enjoyed. I actually would have liked a story like this for Iron Man 3. But replace Technovore with the Mandarin (the real Mandarin). Anyways I'm getting side tracked. This movie isn't that great, but if you are a fan of anime and iron man, maybe give it a shot.

Lark S (fr) wrote: If your first assumption is that Magic Mike is about strippers who are caught up in the life of sex, drugs, and alcohol, you're right. However, this movie surprisingly has more depth to it than that. The movie has something for everyone, from beautiful men dressed in less-to-nothing, to interesting characters with more-than-one layer, to a well-written story with well-placed twists and turns.Throughout the movie, Steven Soderbergh uses cinematography, music, and an insightful script to give the audience an exploratory view of Magic Mike's desperate search for meaning in his life. Channing Tatum, who plays Magic Mike, will captivate you with the facade of a confident man who knows what he wants by night. By day, however, a literal light is shed on a man who is stuck in a reality he does not belong in. While Mike is stripping the audience is treated to a world filled with vibrant colors, quick camera shots, and energetic acting. Off stage, however, a distinct yellow camera filter is used to represent Mike;'s drawn-out hangover. The movie's soundtrack is also dramatically different from scene to scene, using hip, modern music to highlight the stripper's irresponsible nightlife activities, and gloomier music in the daytime, which allows the audience to see how heavy Mike's situation really is.When Mike comes across Adam (Alex Pettyfer), who is ignorant to his own moral crisis, and Adam's protective older sister (Cody Horn), it becomes clear to Mike that his life choices affect more than himself. As Mike's attitude changes, the movie becomes less energetic and more dramatic.Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, and Matthew McConaughey can all put on a show, but McConaughey's talent deserves way more than one dollar bills. While Channing Tatum's dance moves are a definite crowd pleaser, McConaughey portrayal of Dallas steals scenes with swagger alone. His ability to capture Dallas' charisma and borderline sociopathic behavior is unmatched among the cast.Overall, Magic Mike's biggest surprise is its surprising depth. While most audience members expected the movie to be a gaudy sex-romp, which it is, it is also a character-driven piece that teaches a lesson about the dangers of an excessive lifestyle. Soderburgh and the cast have taken a movie that could've been a shallow film meant only for twenty-something girls that want to ogle Channing Tatum and turned it into a enjoyable film.

David F (br) wrote: It doesn't get more pretentious than this

peter (de) wrote: Li BingBing should NOT be in this film. That chink is a terrible actor, very racist, and smells like body odor. Li Bing is also very ugly and too thin to play the role of the heroic Ada Wong (whom is caucasian in real life). That chinese prostitute should have sold her organs to write the film. Bing's bad acting bankrupted a million dolllar film: OMG. Bing should stick to chinese films with no subtitles so we are not burdened with poorly written dialogue. Milla Jovovich is okay, dont get me wrong, but her sidekick Bing should be imprisoned for ruining the franchise.