This film adaptation of Jane Austen's last novel follows Anne Elliot, the daughter of a financially troubled aristocratic family, who is persuaded to break her engagement to Frederick Wentworth, a young sea captain of meager means. Years later, money troubles force Anne's father to rent out the family estate to Admiral Croft, and Anne is again thrown into company with Frederick -- who is now rich, successful and perhaps still in love with Anne.
- Stars:Amanda Root, Ciarán Hinds, Susan Fleetwood, Corin Redgrave, Fiona Shaw, John Woodvine, Phoebe Nicholls, Samuel West, Sophie Thompson, Judy Cornwell, Simon Russell Beale, Felicity Dean, Roger Hammond, Emma Roberts, Victoria Hamilton,
- Country:UK, USA, France
- Director:Roger Michell,
- Writer:Jane Austen (novel), Nick Dear (screenplay)
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Persuasion torrent reviews
(es) wrote: A really wonderful movie. I love to read the nonChristian critics review and then decide for myself. That is one of the reasons that we don't pay any attention to them. Loved the film. Go see it!
(ru) wrote: This movie made me so angry I just had to keep watching. First of all I wanted to smack Terrence Howard's character upside his head. Serious anger management issues and possessiveness going on here. Why was Nicole Parker even with him? None of it made sense and the actions of the characters were ridiculous. Not recommended!
(it) wrote: Worth at least one watch
(it) wrote: hard to believe this happened in this day and age
(ca) wrote: Liebe und Dogma in einem deprimierenden Dorf. Ubglaublich feinfhlig.
(br) wrote: Phone Booth offers to us an unpredictable narrative, a clever script, an exhilarating and breathless plot whose suspense scenes are elevated by the outstanding Colin Farrell's performances and by Kiefer's voice, so all what I can say about this, is that this claustrophobic movie has more suspense and thrilling scenes than many thrillers that aren't claustrophobic what is rare and honorable.
(gb) wrote: Martin Short isn't my brand of comedian. He's moreless that younger neighbor kid who's so damn annoying, although you could just kick his ass, you know it's wiser not to. He would just come around more and more because you made an attempt (in his mind) to pay attention somehow/someway to him. Martin Short also sees himself as very funny, which itself is annoying when somebody's self-esteem is higher than it should be. This movie begins funny, but ends dully and an unamusingly repetitive array of jokes and ways for Short to hurt himself become boring.
(es) wrote: I actually liked this better than the original, but that's not saying much.
(fr) wrote: Overall I enjoyed the movie. If you are a movie afficianado and love the art and history of movie making then rent this. If not stay away.
(gb) wrote: i love this movie !!!! i want to live in a fantasy world hidden inside the walls of my house hehe
(de) wrote: The man the legend with one more fight left him the eye of the tiger!
(ag) wrote: I appreciated Sideways unpredictablity and performances more with a second viewing. Its a funny and well written film that mixes comedy and seriousness really well.
(gb) wrote: This movie offers a lot of promises, and delivers on non of them. It does have a few cool visuals though, but its not enough to save the strange, unfocused ambiguity of the entire ensemble.
(jp) wrote: Ah yes! The classic 'brother died down t'pit but i'll have a pie, bang a stripper and play for t' blades' scenario.
(ag) wrote: For a film about a dying, retired hitman bonding with a bratty nerd, Ashby is surprisingly nave and heartfelt, with many good laughs throughout and an endearing performance by Mickey Rourke.