Mr. Jones

Mr. Jones

Scott (Jon Foster) is a filmmaker in need of inspiration. He and his girlfriend Penny (Sarah Jones) move into a desolate house hoping to make a breakthrough. Then they discover their neighbor, the elusive Mr. Jones. Famous for his haunting sculptures, Mr. Jones has remained a mystery to the world. Scott and Penny, convinced that they have found the perfect film subject, sneak into his workshop and realize that their curiosity may have chilling consequences. Who is Mr. Jones?

Scott and Penny are two young artists deciding to move to a remote cabin in the woods to create new art. But they'll soon discover that they are disturbing Mr.Jones - an infamously reclusive artist who lives nearby... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mr. Jones torrent reviews

Hayden P (it) wrote: A visually impressive, lackluster apocalypse film.

Andrea S (kr) wrote: very similar to "Bourne" trilogy...

Josh R (nl) wrote: I don't know.. it worked for me! It has as much charm as a Maine town. And they do--charm that is :-)

Champ S (ca) wrote: great film about people on broad the ship, not so much science and the drama seems too force

Jon T (de) wrote: In what probably may be the Muppets' weakest outing, Gonzo gets a serious identity crisis as he struggles to figure out WHAT exactly he is. The premise is not bad by any means, but the overall film is just not as memorable or zesty as the previous Muppet films. Although Gonzo is, as usual, a delight, the rest of the Muppets feel like shadows of their former selves in this movie. The story is not particularly memorable or inspired either, with a deus ex machina of an ending that all but undermines the momentum. (The "Celebration" scene with the spaceship is funny, unfortunately that's about it.) MUPPETS FROM SPACE is not a BAD movie by any means; it does have its occasional laughs, but overall it's a disappointing entry to the Muppet movies. It didn't help that Brian Henson didn't work on this film, either; newcomer Tim Hill clearly didn't have the right "vibe" for this one. Forgettable and not very inspired, MUPPETS FROM SPACE is, at best, mediocre.

Samantha S (fr) wrote: Well done with superb performances by an outstanding cast. Interesting chapter of American history.

Joe T (kr) wrote: The legend indead, you won't see many story's told better...

Natasha K (kr) wrote: Old school House Partys- Gotta Love em

Timothy J (de) wrote: Dated cult spoof comedy. Doesn't really hold up too well.

Julie S (jp) wrote: Gosh, this has not aged well. Thank goodness Mr Eastwood has improved with age. I was expecting tension, intrigue and mystery, a slow-burn finale - all my favourite things! But I feel very mis-sold. I just got some screaming woman over-egging the pudding every single time to the point of laugh-ability! Maybe this was scary in the 70's but today it just seems dull and pointless.

Jesse C (br) wrote: it?s the narcissistic writer movie of the early 60?s with hints of existentialism because everything is so absurd that he has to lie to make his life more exciting for himself and in the meantime gets himself involved in such calamity. I can understand why it considered British New Wave although it is very different than French new wave, it is a true England story about fitting into proper society in proverbial England. It?s about having ot fulfill social norms despite being the dreamer with the imagination who doesn?t serve in such society. It is about making up fibs, white lies, and living in a never-ending dream. Instead of being sarcastic Billy is overly enthusiastic. Does it serve him?

Robbie V (au) wrote: Very impressive, especially considering it was made in 1959.

David J (ca) wrote: Robert Altman's "3 Women" is a Western psychological horror film for those seeking the subtle, slow, and surreal.

Scarlett E (it) wrote: This is one of my favorites.

Stephen L (fr) wrote: Saw this in theaters on 12/26/04 at 4:40pm Crown Theaters in the Glen. For $5.25, twilight showing.I thought it was decent, nothing exceptional for how exciting it seemed like it was going to be. I remember very little from this movie, other than that I enjoyed it. But argued with my buddies, who were professing it's greatness afterward. However, I was 14 years old. I was probably not aware of basic metaphors like the "phoenix" and it's rebirth.

Scott J (ca) wrote: Mr. Refn apparently doesn't like his leading men to talk all that much. Pretty yawn-inducing stuff.

Greg H (it) wrote: Above-average espionage yarn with Oscar-winning performance by Rylance as foreign spy represented in court by Tom Hanks.