Miranda is a sensual tavern owner with a taste for men of all types. Over a year's time, Miranda copes with the death of her husband by enjoying the talents of a different lover for each of the four seasons. All the men are delightful, but which one is the best lover, and who will make a suitable husband?
- Stars:Serena Grandi, Andrea Occhipinti, Franco Interlenghi, Andy J. Forest, Franco Branciaroli, Malisa Longo, Laura Sassi, Isabelle Illiers, Luciana Cirenei, Jean René Lemoine, Mauro Paladini, Enzo Turrin,
- Director:Tinto Brass,
- Writer:Tinto Brass, Carlo Goldoni (play)
In this erotic comedy, Miranda is the landlady of a small country tavern who is looking for a husband, and tries out a variety of men for size. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Miranda torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Disturbing and creepy, The Conjuring is one of the best horror films in recent years.
(br) wrote: never even heard of it
(it) wrote: Whoever told Bon Jovi he could act should be sent to Siberia. That is all.
(ag) wrote: After Mars Needs Moms and My Little Pony: Equestria Girls, the 3rd is the worst movie I've seen. They destroyed the reputation of such wonderful characters and create others that are nothing special, resulting in a movie without value or importance nor critics nor audiences.
(fr) wrote: How can you not resist this film?!
(ag) wrote: It sucks, really. But that was my first Batman movie, so I enjoy it. If you didn't watch it when you were younger, don't try it.
(it) wrote: More than underrated - this is one film that deserves more.
(au) wrote: The first half was pretty good, but from there, the movie really went downhill for a number of reasons. I guess the first reason is that the massive amount of blood, gore and violence was entertaining at first, but after that, it just got boring predictable. Also at one point towards the end, it just got flat out nasty, even I was disgusted and as a horror movie lover I have a pretty strong stomach. The segments just got more and more dull, a couple of them were trying to be philosophical or something I guess, but they just fell flat. This movie is 1:54 minutes long, but I swear, it felt closer to three hours. I was glad when it was over. Maybe if this movie had ended after the first three segments I would've given this a good rating, but at about the halfway point it just becomes gross and excessive without actually being entertaining.
(es) wrote: Without a doubt the best portrayal of the characters in the book I've ever seen. While the characters are unlikable, that is more the fault of Homer than anyone in the movie. Paris is supposed to be a spoiled rich sissy who ends up pissing off Sparta because he took what wasn't his. Achilles was an arrogant but skilled fighter that used Agamemnon's need for his skill to spoil himself with women and drink. I could name each character, but you get the point. They pull off the characters amazingly well. The only real drawback to the movie is the rest of it, any historical accuracy is thrown out the window(the source material begins 10 years into the siege of Troy), the fight scenes, while nice, are overdone and far too well choreographed. They look more like dances than actual fighting. Take out the overdone and unbelievable fighting and put in the visceral, chaotic, and violent combat(and take everyone out of those fancy leather dresses they call armor), show just how long and exhausting the siege of Troy was, and put in the more chaotic fight scenes from Gladiator and you've got a 5 star film.Also, ignore the critics who talk about the plot or characters, they have clearly never read the Iliad, because the acting is spot on.