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Sweeney Todd torrent reviews
Kayleigh D (gb) wrote: Interesting. Realistic. Relatable. Beautifully shot and very artistic. Loved it.
John W (de) wrote: Nothing original here, although the ending is pretty well done. One gratuitous T&A scene and while I'm normally a big fan, this one was inserted with no context or purpose (except the script called for "pull blouse down here", so it got in). In spite of a dearth of originality, there are no tongue-in-cheek nods to the camera or we-know-it's-bad in jokes, which makes the absolute sincerity of the actors the one thing I did like. Unfortunately, it's still wasn't enough to make it worthwhile.
Abhishek V (fr) wrote: Revolutions are not that simple. Revolutions claims lives, jobs, economy and the very livelihood of people to succeed. It is one such revolution that the director has captured. Today you see a lot of electric cars on the road and this movie captures the struggle behind putting them on the roads.
katsist (gb) wrote: It's not a bad movie. It's a good visual experience and it follows the source material really well. The humor does indicate that it is a kids movie and the CGI should have been toned down just a bit.
Manal S (de) wrote: I found it quite boring actually and lacking substance. Although Jared Letto and Salma Hayek did their best, John Travolta was unbelievably lame; he acted as if he was not interested in the entire movie!
Demonic N (jp) wrote: This looks really crap.
Dennis S (br) wrote: WAAAAAAAY too predictibible- and it had Kevin Costners- that's two strikes right off the bat
JOSE PEDRO S (de) wrote: INDUDABLEMENTE UN DESEMPEO ACTORAL PARA UN ARGUMENTO,EN DONDE EL SUSPENSO,LA SENSUALIDAD RECREA UN RECORRIDO EN LA PSIQUE Y EN EL ALMA,,,,,SIGOURNEY WEAVER,SENSACIONAL; BEN KINGSLEY UN MONSTRUO SAGRADO,EN UN PAPEL INTERESANTE,....LA MUERTE Y LA DONCELLA,VERDADERAMENTE UNA GRAN PELICULA.
Phil T (gb) wrote: Deliciously retro geeky. Nicely pace. Very stylish. Nicely thought out story and well scripted. But what a great ending. We need movies with endings like these. Fabulously quotable too. If you like Sci-Fi, give it a try.
Michael H (mx) wrote: The second of Amicus's horror anthologies is an uneven but overall effective horror portmanteau that is ably directed by the London-born Freddie Francis ("The Psychopath"/"Nightmare"/"Dr Terror??s House of Horrors"), who is more skilled as a cameraman than a storyteller. Francis started out as a cinematographer and from 1955 to 1961 was considered the tops at his craft in Great Britain. Its title is misleading, since there is no torture or garden--the title was lifted from the 1900 novel by Octave Mirbeau. Renown pulp horror writer Robert Bloch (best known for his novel Psycho, used by Hitchcock) adapted to film four of his stories ("Enoch," "Terror over Hollywood," "Mr. Steinway," and "The Man Who Collected Poe"). The stories, in which only the last one isn't totally ridiculous, involve a telepathic killer cat, actors replaced by robot doubles, a jealous piano and, the best story is saved for last, about a manic Poe collector and an more manic one who has also managed to collect the spirit of Poe himself.
Lilianetty l (ru) wrote: I don't know what to think of this. One thing is for sure: I would never clone the love of my life coz I would lose him all over again. In other words, if the love of your life dies, it was coz that was meant to happen and be. Life is to short, don't ruin it. This film is amazing, yes a lot slow (since that's the idea, to let the audience think and judge the character "Rebecca" for making her life an "Edipo Rey" life, psyco, horrific, yet all for the love of her "Tommy"). The script is brilliant, the music score creepy yet wonderful and the cast (Natalia Tena, the other actress of GOT [forgot her name] even Eva Green & Matt Smith, ALL were AMAZING!). I mean, putting yourself on this character's shoes must have been a real challenge! I do recommend this film for the lovers of science, cloning and yet love/creepy romance. Enjoy. - April 12, 2015 review (super late, since is a 2012 film but today I got the chance to see it).
Smashproplaya (de) wrote: In my opinion the best out of all 3 movies.