Little Lord Fauntleroy
Young Cedric (Ceddie) Errol and his widowed mother (known only as "Dearest") live in genteel poverty in 1880s Brooklyn after the death of his father. Cedric's grandfather, the Earl of Dorincourt, has long ago disowned his son for marrying an American. But after the death of the Earl's remaining son, he decides to accept the little Cedric as Lord Fauntleroy, his heir.
- Stars:Ricky Schroder, Alec Guinness, Eric Porter, Colin Blakely, Connie Booth, Rachel Kempson, Carmel McSharry, Antonia Pemberton, Rolf Saxon, John Cater, Peter Copley, Patsy Rowlands, Ann Way, Patrick Stewart, Gerry Cowper,
- Director:Jack Gold,
- Writer:Blanche Hanalis (screenplay), Frances Hodgson Burnett (based on the novel by)
Ceddie, Earl of Dorincourt's only grandson and heir lives in America with his mother. The Earl, getting old, asks them to come to England. Ceddie, now Lord Fauntleroy, is an adorable little... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Little Lord Fauntleroy torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Rated as soon as I saw the 33% score by critics and 40% score left by MORONS on Rotten Tomatoes. That does not reflect people who have a healthy, broad (including fart jokes) sense of humor who grew up enjoying comedy films like Airplaine, Blazing Saddles and Monty Python and the Holy Grail to name a few. The star power alone makes this film worth seeing, and their self-depreciating, unHollywood interaction is refreshing and thoroughly entertaining from beginning to end as long as you don't have a daisy stuck up your ass.
(es) wrote: After what I felt was a terrific reboot in The Amazing Spider-Man I will admit that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 while still an enjoyable movie, was definitely a step backwards for the franchise. While the first film knew what the tone was, the sequel seems to jump about too much in its tone. However, Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are still on top form.
(fr) wrote: Pretty feeble family comedy which mainly relies on pratfalls and very bad puns. A typical scene involved two "comical" Mafia henchmen arguing volubly about the relative merits of meatballs and sausages. This starts out unfunny, degenerates into embarrassing, and ends up with a pitifully choreographed fist-fight. Even the dog looks ashamed of itself for appearing in this pile of rubbish. The gag reel at the end is as unfunny as everything else and really the whole thing just reeks of "will this do". If this film bombed, and I certainly hope it did, that will hopefully spare the world an excruciating sequel.
(ca) wrote: heart breaking story of survival for an immigrant woman with two young children abandoned by her bastard of a husband in new york city who runs off by himself. she doesn't speak english, she doesn't have any skills and everything there is foreign to them... what will they do to survive?
(fr) wrote: This movie had the potential to be a pretty good thriller but it fell short for me with a lot of plot holes. Especially with no explanation of what happens at the end. It left me thinking how is that possible? There wasn't a lot of violence and the story moves in a slower pace but when there was violence it was pretty brutal. If you have a weak stomach for this sort of stuff then this movie is not for you. Casey Affleck was actually really good in this movie with his calm, subtle character. The rest of the cast was pretty good as well except for Jessica Alba. I'm not sure if it's Alba's fault or the director's for choosing her character to be able to basically feel no pain. Over all, the movie had some interesting ideas but with some of the unconnected plot lines, it left me feeling unsatisfied.
(gb) wrote: Obviously a rip-off of Saw. Though some of the traps were cool (yet hardly believable), and I kind of liked the idea of people having to face their phobias in order to survive, the acting was so horrible it was hilarious at times and the twist at the end was kind of stupid. And it is worth another mention that the acting was really horrible, much scarier than the movie.
(jp) wrote: This documentary will make your fucking head spin. The Catholic Church is one of the most corrupt organizations on this planet, and the testimony from the cases presented in this documentary proves that. Shear fucking insanity.
(it) wrote: A lovely little story with some great animation - just the way i like it :o)
(es) wrote: One of, if not the, best biopics I've ever seen. From the set design to the makeup & hair styling to the cinematography, they add to overall brilliance. But if this isn't enough for you, which it usually isn't for the broad audience, then watch this feat of a movie for it's center piece - Marion Cotillard! Her performance had me hooked from her first appearance, singing on the streets of Paris, no less, and it was nothing short of perfect. I would dare say that this is one of the greatest performances by an actress in the history of cinema, and that, my reader, is worth the watch alone! 'Non, je ne regrette rien' about this art in motion...
(it) wrote: A decent documentary, but it fails to tell the backdrop of the genocide and the bigger picture. The reenactment of the soldiers are a mix of cheezy, longwinded, and at times scary. What the film does well is capture what the former soldiers were thinking. Were they regretful? Did they apologize? Or hold on to their beliefs in the 70's? I would personally recommend John Pilger's report on Cambodia (Year Zero) as a better alternative.
(jp) wrote: Loved it. Beautifully shot, great story, superb acting. Movie addresses serious issues dealing with imbalance of power, religion, and sexuality. The ending is abrupt and a bit disappointing at first, but once you think about it, I'm fine with it.
(mx) wrote: A remarkably depressing film, an excellent cult classic and a ruthless description of poverty.
(it) wrote: It came out when I was a kid and the idea was totally repellent. I saw it when I grew up a little, and while it's completely implausible, it's not too bad. Sort of ridiculous in the Sturm und Drang.
(de) wrote: The classic 90 min film of the greatest kids show ever created, featuring A trip to Mars, the hood up to his old tricks and the legend that is Cliff Richards in the height of the 60's in good old 66, full of tension and entertainment, this is bassily a feature length episode of thunderbirds. FAB in every way.
(br) wrote: I Shot Jesse James deals more with the historically questionable exploits (i.e. the love story) of Robert Ford after killing Jesse James (who didn't come off that scary or legendary) than the lead up to the event itself. The brief relationship (in this movie at least) between James and Ford is one of the most homoerotic things I've seen in 40s cinema. The post-James murder seems like it could've been any drama but just happened to have Robert Ford as one of the main characters. Samuel Fuller's direction is the main draw with this one because if you've seen The Assassination of Jesse James any other telling of the story is pretty much ruined for you. I Shot Jesse James isn't a great movie but reasonably groundbreaking for a 40s western.
(kr) wrote: Moretz is a great actress, but neither her nor Bettis and not even Spacek are ugly enough to portray Carrie. She was written to be a fat, ugly outcast. None of them would have been outsiders; Moretz was beautiful at prom! Another thing - this adaptation shouldn't have been modernized. The 70s film brings on a sort of rawness; posting Carrie on YouTube almost belittles the story.
(au) wrote: Julio Roberts on 90s, pure love.
(br) wrote: For those when wonder and Imagination were still in vogue--Impressive effects, weak characters!!