Murder by Decree
Sherlock Holmes is drawn into the case of Jack the Ripper who is killing prostitutes in London's East End. Assisted by Dr. Watson, and using information provided by a renowned psychic, Robert Lees, Holmes finds that the murders may have its roots in a Royal indiscretion and that a cover-up is being managed by politicians at the highest level, all of whom happen to be Masons.
- Stars:Christopher Plummer, James Mason, David Hemmings, Susan Clark, Anthony Quayle, John Gielgud, Frank Finlay, Donald Sutherland, Geneviève Bujold, Chris Wiggins, Tedde Moore, Peter Jonfield, Roy Lansford, Catherine Kessler, Ron Pember,
- Country:UK, Canada
- Director:Bob Clark,
- Writer:Arthur Conan Doyle (characters), John Hopkins (screenplay), Elwyn Jones (author), John Lloyd (author)
Sherlock Holmes investigates the murders commited by Jack the Ripper and discovers a conspiracy to protect the killer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Murder by Decree torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: what a piece of junk move looks like a film students senior project
(gb) wrote: This film does an excellent job of laying out all of the many ways that we are ignorantly allowing Communist China slowly destroy our countries jobs and economy and the environment and health of the world.
(au) wrote: It does have a bit of a chick-flick feel to it, but refuses to allow the characters to be one-dimensional. Miss Pettigrew Lives is charming, funny, and just a real treat.
(it) wrote: This is the kind of role you like to see Tom Selleck in. While I had some serious problems with the movie that stem from the book it comes from, I really enjoyed watching it. Can't wait to pick up the others!
(us) wrote: A totally biased, shallow and unrealistic portrait of Hitler's early life reaching to his attempts to reach presidency... Portrayed by numerous untalented actors ( Except for Liev Schreiber, Peter Stormare and Julianna Margulies). The filmmaker and writer were swept like numerous other attempts to visualize Hitler as the EVIL itself ... However they still tend to portray him with great stupidity and irrationality which confuses anyone with a 1.0 IQ. Why can't they just make a proper portrait for the guy for fuck sake. I'm really getting sick with all this American Anti-Hitler drift that has been flowing massively for the last 3-4 years Valkyrie , Inglorious Bastards, Defiance ...etc. I dunno when the hell this is going to stop .. When will all these hi end production companies stop all this crap about the end of the world, Islamic Terrorists, Nazis and serial killers and start making us some good films?.
(kr) wrote: This made-for-television omnibus film has become something of a cult classic, and it is indeed entertaining to watch. Karen Black stars in all three stories, which are all based on tales of Richard Matheson, who probably remains most famous for I am Legend. The stories all are named after their female characters, but the film remains most famous for its final segment, "Amelia," in which Karen Black squares off against a Zuni fetish doll, a story that undoubtedly influenced many evil doll films to come. Trilogy of Terror remains a b-level horror flick in the vein of the Amicus horror films like Tales from the Crypt, The Vault of Horror, etc. Still, it is a highly entertaining piece of cinema for horror enthusiasts and especially those who enjoy their horror with a large content of unintentional laughs. Of particular interest for literature scholars is Karen Black's commentary on why Fitzgerald is better than Hemingway and Faulkner, an argument that is fundamentally wrong by the way.
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(mx) wrote: His personal struggle--death of his first wife and remarriage, end-of-term incapacitation--are part of this interesting treatment of Wilson's life.
(es) wrote: This is without a doubt one of the strangest movies I've ever seen. It's structured weird, it's choice of music is bizarre, the tone is all over the place, the actors all give unusual performances. It's... I can't even think of something to compare it to. It's one of those kinds of movies where I feel my opinion of it's quality is irrelevant. But would I recommend to people that they see it? Yes, yes I would if for no other reason so we can discuss it. Like I wish I still had film society for this one. I can't guarantee you'll like it but if you're looking for something different than this is for you.
(fr) wrote: Quirky fun that occasionally suffers from being too cheesy.
(it) wrote: I wasn't expecting to enjoy this movie but by the end of it I was already looking forward to a sequel. This is the best comedy I've seen in a long time. It's so genuine and unique and it has a nice message to go with it as well. You shouldn't judge someone by the way they look, they might just be exactly what you need.
(gb) wrote: Glistened by Daniel Day-Lewis' flawless performance, the film undertakes a greed-driven story under the light of an oil-boom-era and turns it into an eerie sensation. There Will Be Blood is upheld by Paul Thomas' Anderson's masterful direction, disturbingly-powerful score and once again, Daniel's stroke of genius, which is still considered one of the actor's more recognizable pieces of work. 4/5
(br) wrote: This was an awesome movie.
(au) wrote: Another solid entry in The Duke's filmography. Again the two-generation element is played up, with Wayne again teamed with John Agar. It's very sentimental, almost in danger of schmaltz, but it is directed by the great John Ford who had a knack for transcending schmaltz (see also The Grapes of Wrath and How Green Was My Valley).