Murder She Said

Murder She Said

Miss Marple believes she’s seen a murder in a passing by train yet when the police find no evidence she decides to investigate it on her own. Her inquisitions lead her to a mountain top. The first of four films starring Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple that all achieved cult status.

When Miss Marple reports witnessing a murder through the window of a passing train, the police dismiss her as a dotty spinster when no trace of the crime can be found. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Murder She Said torrent reviews

Dsire S (ru) wrote: Ok Movie, great scenery, love the main cast.

Edward C (de) wrote: Justice League: War(2014)Starring: Michelle Monaghan, Alan Tudyk, Sean Astin, Shemar Moore, Christopher Gorham, Justin Kirk, Jason O' Mara, Steve Blum, George Newborn, Zach Callison, Bruce Thomas, Lara Jill Miller, Rocky Carroll, and Georgie KidderDirected By: Jay OliviaReviewA TIME WHEN HEROES BECAME LEGENDS."You Can Call Us The Super Seven"All my life I have been more a Marvel person which is something I have stated in a few reviews but when it came to DC I always loved Superman, Supergirl and Batman. Superman is my favorite and so is his cousin, I always found Batman to be overrated because people say "He's better than Superman Because he's Batman" which is the most illogical and idiotic things I've ever heard and for the love of God it needs to stop. With DC now booming with Supergirl on NBC, The Flash and Arrow on CW, DC is becoming great but I've never taken a fondness to Shazam or Wonder Woman, but with this movie it totally changed my mind.The world is under attack by an alien armada led by the powerful Apokoliptian, Darkseid. A group of superheroes consisting of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Cyborg, and Shazam must set aside their differences and gather together to defend Earth.I am hoping to see this as a live action feature in the DC Extended Universe because to me this is how the DC Universe should have started anyway I mean if this was the first movie in the DC Extended Universe and not Man of Steel critics would probably love it, fans would shit themselves, and then after this you could do the standalone movies and we would be excited to see those characters. I thought that this really captured how badass DC can be, the voice acting is great, the animation is awesome and the costumes that their wearing the designs for Superman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Green Lantern they should have went with those designs, well granted we haven't seen the new Green Lantern yet but I'm talking about the designs for Wonder Woman and Superman if their costumes looked just like this I would be like OH MY GOD!In the end though DC animation is the best stuff in superhero animation, I give Justice League: War a four and a half out of five.

jessica m (fr) wrote: i just watched this cuz i was bored. ahhaah

Miguel R (gb) wrote: While it certainly focuses too much on the war and less on the story itself, We were Soldiers is a fair tribute to the men who died fighting for their country during the Vietnam War, even if it doesn't captivate as it should

Gregory W (ca) wrote: good stuff great cast & story

Dave V (br) wrote: not typically my type of movie but i liked it.

Blake P (au) wrote: The men in "Carnal Knowledge" know that there is a connection between sex and happiness, but they don't know how to grab them and bridge the gap. We first meet them as young collegians, impressionable, horny, and hugely vulnerable. Sandy (Art Garfunkel) and Jonathan (Jack Nicholson) know nothing about how the world of romance actually works, but Jonathan feels the need to act as though he is wiser than Sandy, a lotahrio with a line of invisible women in his wake. One would expect the brash and shrewdly confident Jonathan to get a girl first, but it is actually Sandy, who finds and wins the attention of the intelligent Susan (Candice Bergen). Susan is perhaps too strong-willed to be tied down to Sandy, who is sensitive and much too lenient on the opinions of his peers. Eventually, Jonathan sets aside the burgeoning feelings of his friend and begins an affair with Susan himself, which doesn't end as one would ultimately expect. "Carnal Knowledge" spans for the next few decades, with Sandy and Jonathan's sexual hang-ups rarely changing. Sandy dreams of the girl who has the brains to match the bust, while Jonathan is so focused on tits-and-ass that a great body is the number one priority, an emotional connection a close second. Sandy ends up marrying Susan; Jonathan has a string of affairs that hits its climax when he meets Bobbie (Ann-Margret), a voluptuous but needy redhead. The film doesn't preach; it studies. There are some people who are able to decipher the needs of the opposite sex with ease, making for blissful unions that last for years. But then there are the rest of the population, who never really get over the kiss-and-tell days of high school and remain to be too obsessed with sex to start and maintain a meaningful relationship. The film is about that unfortunate crowd. "Carnal Knowledge" doesn't have the same punchiness it once did in 1971 - today it feels rather tame - and, in some senses, doesn't go as deep and it could. Movies with miserable characters at its center can often times be so good that we don't get depressed along with them: Mike Nichols, who directed the film, earlier turned the anger of a souring marriage into a glowing black comedy with tragic components in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?". That film managed to be enormously affecting, but it also didn't make you feel like a pile of shit by the end. And in John Cassavetes' "Love Streams," the dreary existences of Sarah Lawson (Gena Rowlands) and her brother (Robert Harmon) were fleshed with such extraordinary performances that their lives remained interesting long after the film ended. "Carnal Knowledge" has the ensemble drama characteristic in which the four main characters - Jonathan, Sandy, Susan, and Bobbie - carve out a net of sexual frustration around each other, to the point in which life becomes like a prison of dissatisfaction. Their world only revolves around each other. The outsiders, found in the other woman archetypes of Rita Moreno, Cynthia O'Neal, and Carol Kane, act as happy little pills, taking the leading men away from their own banal existences, periodically, only to ground them in reality once again. Nicholson and Garfunkel are terrific, and repositioning Margret from sex goddess status to that of a dramatic figure works quite well. Many say the film is a dark comedy, but I found no humor in its realm, and I looked in every nook and cranny. Some might find Sandy and Jonathan's failures to be melancholily funny, but, throughout the film, I was hopelessly depressed. "Carnal Knowledge"'s components are spotless, but it forgets to do anything besides tell a story of constant grieving - maybe some can take it, but I certainly can't.

Zack B (us) wrote: No coherency, no characters, no scares. What the hell was this and what was it trying to be?

Zachary Y (au) wrote: Warwick Davis is great.