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.
- Stars:Sarah Polley, Helen Mirren, Julie Christie, Robert John Burke, Margrét Ákadóttir, Julie Anderson, Anna Kristín Arngrímsdóttir, Ilene Bergelson, Guðrún María Bjarnadóttir, Bessi Bjarnason, Helgi Björnsson, Stacy Dawson, Maria Ellingsen, Anthony Giangrande, Erica Gimpel,
- Country:USA, Iceland
- Director:Hal Hartley,
- Writer:Hal Hartley
"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
(kr) wrote: A rather drab teen vampire comedy that lacks bite...pardon the pun but its a better joke than you will see here
(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.
(nl) wrote: Nothing special, just another movie
(br) wrote: Great film one of ashtons best films
(us) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
(us) wrote: very sad but true moving. it's a must see
(us) wrote: Nancy Allen humping a guitar. Oh yeah.
(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 :)
(au) wrote: Fun, pleasant, and action packed, Bolt is an impressive addition from Disney
(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.