Sissi: The Young Empress
Sissi is now the empress of Austria and attempts to learn etiquette. While she is busy being empress she also has to deal with her difficult new mother-in-law, while the arch-duchess Sophie is trying to tell the emperor how to rule and also Sissi how to be a mother.
- Stars:Romy Schneider, Karlheinz Böhm, Magda Schneider, Gustav Knuth, Vilma Degischer, Walter Reyer, Senta Wengraf, Josef Meinrad, Iván Petrovich, Helene Lauterböck, Erich Nikowitz, Hans Ziegler, Karl Fochler, Franz Böheim, Hilde Wagener,
- Director:Ernst Marischka,
- Writer:Ernst Marischka
The second in a trilogy of movies about Elisabeth "Sissi" of Austria, the film chronicles the married life of the young empress as she tries to adjust to formal and strict life in the palace and an overbearing mother-in-law. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sissi: The Young Empress torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: I was Completely surprised with how good this movie was. Great characters, the zombies were terrifying and the concept of the movie was fun to watch and the ending was very emotional. 5/5
(gb) wrote: Wes Anderson's balanced, geometric, weird (and pink) frames. Who says vision can't be whimsical!
(ca) wrote: Superhero spoof of a teacher taking on the mantle of a 70's TV sentai hero called Zebraman and his battle against a green alien slime who have taken control of people and plan on invading the Earth. A great comedy/drama by Takashi Miike. The guy is so talented he turn his hand to any genre.
(kr) wrote: Another ok disney animated movie. Disney stop making stupid animal movies or car movies that talk. Cars did everything but without birds. Ok
(de) wrote: A string of cheesy and goofy action scenes in a fairly unique setting of a flooded small town.
(kr) wrote: Had a bad feeling about this as soon as the movie started with a lame ethnic stereotype ("he take-a my apples!"). Lang's American movies are no where near the quality of his early work, but they're usually pretty decent. This one is pretty disappointing, though. While there are several impressive shots, a lot of the cinematography is flat and lifeless. The timing often feels all wrong and the story (an ex-con who can't catch a break) is one I've seen a hundred times before. Lang sets up a series of plot contrivances in order to keep his hero (who is not much of a hero) in trouble, some of them as ludicrous as anything in Dancer in the Dark. It's all just really ham-fisted. Henry Fonda and Sylvia Sidney make the best of what they've got, though. I'd probably give this a lower score if it wasn't for some occasional nice photography. They Live By Night is a better telling of a similar tale.