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No End

It's 1982: Poland is under martial law, and Solidarity is banned. Ulla, a translator working on Orwell, suddenly loses her husband, Antek, an attorney. She is possessed by her grief, and ...

No End is the best new movie of Krzysztof Kieslowski, Krzysztof Piesiewicz. The released year of this movie is 1985. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, for example Grazyna Szapolowska, Maria Pakulnis, Aleksander Bardini, Jerzy Radziwilowicz, Artur Barcis, Michal Bajor, Marek Kondrat, Tadeusz Bradecki, Danny Webb, Krzysztof Krzeminski, Marzena Trybala, Adam Ferency, Elzbieta Kilarska, Jerzy Kamas, Hanna Dunowska. Movie' genres are Drama. This movie was rated by 7.7 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie torrents. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 109 minutes. NickDan is interesting uploader, she is very fast. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Excited', so what is your thought. Do you know what are visitors? ShinichiKuto is the best. I don't leave my Galaxy screen. Please support us via sharing this movies to your friends . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

. . She is possessed by her grief, and . Ulla, a translator working on Orwell, suddenly loses her husband, Antek, an attorney. It's 1982: Poland is under martial law, and Solidarity is banned

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Brandon W (mx)

I'm kind of glad that The Hobbit series is over so that Peter Jackson can move on to new projects that can probably be as great as his old films. I got a bit bored at times, and the score by Howard Shore is good, but I felt like even he was getting tired of this series. The humor was a lack thereof which I didn't like, and the effects, while still great, looks a bit off at times for me. The plot is not as great as the first two Hobbit film, and felt like it was trying to be like the last Harry Potter film and Lord of the Rings, which both of those progressed the plot while still having a grand battle, this has a grand battle, but not much that progressed the plot is more or less an excuse to have a very long action scene, and not only that, they slowed down to keep the viewers relaxed, this did not which is disappointing. I find the friendship between Bilbo and Thorin more effective and I wanted to see where it's going for them. The cast are still fantastic as ever, and the action scenes are good, even if it's too overblown: the love triangle part is gone which is good, but the chemistry itself was a bit lackluster. The Hobbit: the Battle of the Five Armies is a bit of a satisfying movie that is sadly the worst one out of all the series from The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings


Devon W (us)

I feel guilty that I actually chuckled a few times. A fine example of a good bad movie


Elgan D (br)

Terrible acting, bad sound editing and whole sequences that make no sense whatsoever. A laughably bad 80s slasher film


Greg W (es)

remake of a 1930 espionager '3 faces east'


Jeff H (ca)

I love the twins and they're great in this movie! B-


Jenn M (ag)

I just could not get into this


Kyle M (fr)

B)(Full review coming soon). Both Wilson and Murphy performed well as partners with some jokes in this good and funny spy film, but doesn't reach up to the success of "Mission: Impossible" (another spy film based on another spy show)


Matthew P (gb)

Still, I'll take this film over so many wide released thrillers, as this one at least remains watchable throughout its running time. It's too predictable to be entrancing, which makes it suffer. Now, if it could have only kept that enthusiasm when crafting our story. It's well-shot, admirably performed, contains effective pacing and maintains a strong tone throughout. Elsewhere is a fine mystery-thriller, at least, once you get past the formulaic and uninteresting plot. Some interesting cinematographic choices and filters make a couple of the scenes more interesting than they have any right to be, and I found myself enjoying it more than I likely should have. Tania Raymonde is good as the "slutty" girl -- the characters' words, not mine -- Anna Kendrick and Chuck Carter make for effective detectives, and the supporting cast is all fine, too. Still, the director moves the film at a quick pace, and save for one "interrogation" scene that felt completely out of place, it maintains a consistent tone and is always watchable. When the bad guy flat out says "I'm going to tell you everything now," that ship has kind of sailed, hasn't it? I was hoping that this point would reveal something new, something different, but all it did was frustrate, especially because we get so little of an explanation. That can be effective, don't get me wrong, as it keeps some mystery to the events that transpired both before and during the film, but I don't think the subtlety was there as a result of trying to do this. There's a scene at the end that really makes it feel like the money ran out; the villain is explaining what happened to everyone, and all we get are a couple of small flashbacks, meaning entire scenes didn't have to be filmed. They didn't have a lot of time or money, so keeping the plot easy likely was done in an effort to conserve resources. Of course, it's entirely possible that this is the route that the filmmakers had to take. By the halfway point, you'll probably have come up with a dozen scenarios that would be more interesting than the obvious one that the film chooses. The problem with that is that it's so obvious. It wants to build atmosphere, and it wants to make you continually question just who is behind -- what we eventually learn to be -- a string of kidnappings. However, it's not really working on that level. It has a few moments that will make you jump, a couple of images that might make you wonder if you DVD player is messing up on you, and a jump scare or two thrown in for good measure. Is Elsewhere a terribly scary movie? No, not really. Mixed in are a bunch of creepy sequences in which someone does something to scare our two mini-Sherlocks. It turns out to be more of a detective movie than you'd initially think, although most of that work is done at a computer screen, as Sarah and Jasper hack into Jillian's website and try to determine who her captor is. Anyway, it's up to Sarah and computer geek Jasper (Chuck Carter) to try to find up where Jillian is, and hopefully bring her home safe and sound. The film itself doesn't really do a whole lot with this premise, but it gives you just enough of it to make you think, and make you appreciate that this kind of thing could happen. Someone like Jillian goes missing and nothing is going to be done. It's because the missing child was an innocent, someone who didn't have a reputation. It dominated headlines on some news channels for months. I mean, surely many of you -- especially if you live in America -- remember the case of Caylee Anthony. That's kind of an interesting idea. However, this is the type of person who doesn't get on CNN if she disappears. This will surprise none of you. Of course, the reason for this is that her mother is neglectful and her father isn't around. She's the one who posts pictures of herself online to attract attention, goes on dates with some of these people, and has very few people to rely on. Jillian is the typical promiscuous girl. Elsewhere's plot involves a young woman, Jillian (Tania Raymonde), disappearing after telling her best friend, Sarah (Anna Kendrick), that she wanted to run away. That's more than you can say for a lot of low-budget, indie thrillers, so I'm going to go ahead and claim this as a victory for the moviegoing public. Sure, it's not exactly "thrilling," but it's definitely watchable from start to finish. The filmmakers made a sleek, well-paced movie, the actors turned in solid if unspectacular work, and enough creepiness was thrown in to keep your eyes looking. In short, it's that everything else about the film is interesting in one aspect or another. I mean, when you are ahead of a movie that needs to keep you guessing, how does the film still be successful?That's a bit more difficult to answer than you might think. I suppose saying that it still manages to, for the most part, work, despite the formulaic and predictable plot means it's somewhat of an anomaly. The worst thing I can say is that you'll see every turn that its plot takes far in advance. The best thing I can say about Elsewhere is that it is a competent thriller


Nicolas B (es)

Nothing special but good entertainment. To be honest I just watched it, because the main actors "name" is "Zapata 666", I mean how cool is that? The movie itself features some solid action and an interesting premise


Paul W (es)

Surprisingly, I loved this one!