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Nostradamus: 2012 torrent reviews
Kinohi N (kr) wrote: Blood Orange's score is the best thing about this movie.
Kirthanah R (jp) wrote: nice movie...comedy...vadivelu,surya ang\d nayantthara
Bradley J (es) wrote: Though Michael Clayton is solidly acted, it doesn't grab the audience in any major way to make them care about any of the main characters. The plot is also a bit contrived never quite successful in letting the audience in on the struggles of the characters. George Clooney does what George Clooney does and is rather good at it. Tom Wilkinson is great in his few scenes as well as Tilda Swinton, but there was never much revealed about these characters. Overall, Michael Clayton is sophisticated but lacking in thrills and in a strong story. Rating: 60
Brody M (us) wrote: Good movie.I guess there was suppose to be some kinda religious meaning behind it but I didnt get it cause Im not religious
Garrett (ru) wrote: There's nothing particularly wrong with In The Time Of The Butterflies, as it's technically sound. The dialogue is stilited, however, though again there's nothing fundamentally wrong with the method. It simply feels like there could have been much more to it, more intensity, especially considering its subject matter.
Mykel N (kr) wrote: Darkman isn't Darkman without Neeson. Fun sequel though.
Brett F (au) wrote: i am amazed i hadn't seen this until tonight. Possibly the most enjoyable action movie ever.
Randy P (kr) wrote: Very entertaining, though a little silly.
Kevin R (us) wrote: A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down.A strict, up tight, and rigid banker hires a nanny to take care of his two children over the summer. A mysterious nanny appears, via a flying broom, and reluctantly takes on the responsibility. She pairs with a local singing alcoholic to give the children their most amazing summer ever!"I think a trial period would be wise."Robert Stevenson, director of Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The Love Bug, Jane Eyre, Herbie Rides Again, Old Yeller, Johnny Tremain, and Dishonored Lady, delivers Mary Poppins. The storyline for this picture is very well done, interesting, and a solid children's settings and feel. The acting is also first rate and the cast includes Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, Reta Shaw, Glynis Johns, David Tomlinson, and Arthur Malet."You didn't jump in the river...how sensible of you."My daughter received this blu ray DVD for Christmas from her grandmother and we finally got around to seeing it...it was awesome (I had not seen it in a long time). My daughter enjoyed it in and out, she was mesmerized one moment and bored the next (she is six) but it is still a timeless, worthwhile, family picture that I strongly recommend. This is worth having in your DVD collection."I brew what I like and I like what I brew."Grade: A
Joel A (jp) wrote: Couldn't agree more with critics it's a true visionary technically crafted musical, the style & tricks used far out way the film itself.A typical love story but delivered to near perfection with the director's clever use of using natural sounds in a way that was musical & very effective.The leads where solid & Maurice is truly a great performer and its got a charm to it I can see why the film has endured the way it has. By far one if the beer musicals of the early 30's....
Alex V (au) wrote: Such a good twisted thriller.