No Such Thing

No Such Thing

Tells the story of Beatrice (Sarah Polley), a tabloid journalist whose fiancé is killed by a monster in Iceland. She ends up falling in love with the monster in the end. The monster is immortal, but longs to die. Beatrice helps him achieve this by contacting a scientist who can destroy matter painlessly.

"No Such Thing" tells the story of a young journalist who journeys to Iceland to find her missing fiancée only to encounter a mythical creature. She eventually forges a relationship with the being. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


No Such Thing torrent reviews

Karsh D (kr) wrote: A rather drab teen vampire comedy that lacks bite...pardon the pun but its a better joke than you will see here

Jeffrey D (nl) wrote: One of my favorite movies ever. It deserves a higher rating, for sure. It is an intense, well-wrought, thinking man's survival/action movie- with a nice twist. Sir Anthony Hopkins and Alec Baldwin have rarely been better.

Jennifer R (nl) wrote: Nothing special, just another movie

Pete G (br) wrote: Great film one of ashtons best films

Alex K (us) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Jasmine W (us) wrote: very sad but true moving. it's a must see

Cody Y (us) wrote: Nancy Allen humping a guitar. Oh yeah.

Indira S (fr) wrote: durasinya lama bner,,,,, versi ini "anne" maniss bgt, point of viewnya lumayan beda dari film2 anne boleyn yg lain, she's not that mean in this movie :)

Miguel R (au) wrote: Fun, pleasant, and action packed, Bolt is an impressive addition from Disney

Randy T (au) wrote: Based on the 1924 case of Nathan Leopold Jr and Richard Loeb, two wealthy upper-crust college students who methodically planned the kidnapping and murder of a 14 yr old boy (Robert Franks).A solid, well acted docu-drama that, near the end, suffers from an over abundance of preachy thespianism. It's one thing to cast the legendary Orson Welles as a Clarence Darrow-ish defense attorney in an obviously anti death penalty message film, but it's awfully highhanded to let him rant incessantly about the barbarics of capital punishment. In effect, he's not a cast member with a script who is reciting monologue to a judge, he's an actor with an agenda speaking to us (the audience).A memorable but highly liberal classic.