Maria Marten, or The Murder in the Red Barn

Maria Marten, or The Murder in the Red Barn

In 1820's rural England, a young girl is tricked by tales of marriage by a villainous Squire, and when she becomes pregnant, and disappears, a gipsy lad is blamed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Maria Marten, or The Murder in the Red Barn torrent reviews

Steve S (nl) wrote: Yi is desert stranded trying to figure out the meaning of "love". Michael Cera is the farthest from the answer.

Ryan M (ag) wrote: Great storyline, but feels like it has been done before (and with better actors, Guees Who?). This B-list cast did a decent job.

Rahul G (us) wrote: cool yaar..better than d2

Ellie D (de) wrote: I really liked this one. It was a good remake.

Kambria S (fr) wrote: Very Strange Movie Not For The Timid XXX

Bradley J (br) wrote: Bolstered by strong work from Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon and Ginnifer Goodwin (in a performance destined to be underrated even if it's not), Walk the Line is a sturdy bio-pic that probes the behavior and distinct singing of Johnny Cash and his topsy-turvy relationship with June Carter. Phoenix and Witherspoon are so great together, they bolster the film's occasional lapses into repetition. While Witherspoon most definitely deserved her Oscar for Best Actress in a vivid and charming performance as Carter (despite her lead role almost being pushed more towards supporting), Joaquin Phoenix also deserved his nomination and if Philip Seymour Hoffman hadn't have been so darn good in "Capote", this would be his award. The music and the performances, mixed in with some intense flares of drama turn this bio-pic into a memorable one. Rating: 81

Matt M (ag) wrote: The story of a woman starting a new life in a new country, more precisely in Tuscany, Italy. The film is aimed at a feminine audience, with its mixture of sloppy romance and tales of female bonding, but although it makes use of the same old formulas of the restrictive genre, it makes the most of its setting by glorifying it with a wonderful and poetic portrait and constant tributes to Tuscany's beauty. Diane Lane is also great and magnetic presence in the lead role.

Takushi Y (au) wrote: TOHO CINEMAS Nagoya Baycity, 2014/4/8

John B (ru) wrote: Perhaps it was the state of the restoration but I found Rublev to be difficult to sit through for its duration.

Paula K (nl) wrote: En fascinerande film med mnga tolkningsmjligheter, bde vacker, tragisk, mardrmslik och brutalt realistisk p en gng.

Jack G (mx) wrote: Interestingly this is really about LSD and taking drugs in general, and this was a few years before The Trip, where Corman actually took LSD to prepare for directing. In this case it's about a doctor taking drops in his eyes so he can see ALL OF IT! And it's actaully not poorly acted or shot or anything really. Sure, there's cheesy shit, as there is all over Corman's work (i.e. you will LOL over the doctor randomly getting lightly tapped out of the window to fall to his death, or when we first see Miland's eyes after the extensive treatments, or even his Rain Man type of trip to Las Vegas). But there's also some strength to the filmmaking, as low-budget and rushed as it is, and the ending is awesome as are all of those cheesy LSD-type of effects. Oh, and Don Rickles is in it too!