The Adventurer: The Curse Of The Midas Box
17-year-old Mariah Mundi's life is turned upside down when his parents vanish and his younger brother is kidnapped. Following a trail of clues to the darkly majestic Prince Regent Hotel, Mariah discovers a hidden realm of child-stealing monsters, deadly secrets and a long-lost artifact that grants limitless wealth – but also devastating supernatural power. With the fate of his world, and his family at stake, Mariah will risk everything to unravel the Curse of the Midas Box.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Family, Fantasy
- Stars:Lena Headey, Michael Sheen, Ioan Gruffudd, Sam Neill,
- Country:UK, Spain, Belgium
- Director:Jonathan Newman,
- Writer:Christian Taylor (screenplay), Matthew Huffman (screenplay), G.P. Taylor (based on the novel by)
In THE ADVENTURER: THE CURSE OF THE MIDAS BOX, life of seventeen-year-old Mariah Mundi is turned upside down when his parents vanish and his younger brother is kidnapped. Following a trail of clues to the darkly majestic Prince Regent Hotel, Mariah discovers a hidden realm of child-stealing monsters, deadly secrets and a long-lost artifact that grants limitless wealth - but also devastating supernatural power. With the fate of his world, and his family at stake, Mariah will risk everything to unravel the Curse of the Midas Box! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Adventurer: The Curse Of The Midas Box torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Great insight on a legend.
(us) wrote: I thought it was clever. it could have been thought out a little better, but compared to todays action movies it was really good.
(br) wrote: This movie had a story, a plot and some good acting. The choice the writer had for keeping the secret on the car was so unique. From the beginning to the final the action pace is unstopped, this movie provides fast and furious entertainment for action lovers. This film had a lively and atmospheric music fitting the action, plus a colorful cinematography.
(ag) wrote: A clean statement about the frustrated, frustrating place between voyeurism, exhibitionism, and grief. It cuts and it stinks and it's nervous, but it manages to arrive at a funny sort of enlightenment. Captivating in the beginning, confused and wandering in the middle, but then snappy and beautiful at the end, the film is put together a little strangely, but it's exciting and impressive overall.The story of a porn-obsessed prep school loner (Ezra Miller as Robert) dealing with the quietly gruesome death of his classmate, AFTERSCHOOL was written, directed, edited by Antonio Campos and produced by the indie filmmaking triumvirate of Borderline Films (Campos, Sean Durkin [MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLINE], and Josh Bond [no feature yet]). More sad than twee, the quirky style fits nicely... horror to horror, awkwardness to horror, horror to awkwardness.
(nl) wrote: I really loved this movie and am finding it nearly impossible to articulate why. Perhaps the natural pacing of it, the calmness of cinematography during the craziness of life, Juliette Binoche being awesome... there's really no plot or no point, but its a beautiful movie nonetheless. Probably not for everyone, though, because its very slow.
(de) wrote: Fantastic black comedy, featuring a wonderful performance by Martin Landau. Another wonderful Woody Allen film.
(ag) wrote: It's perhaps even more scattershot, confusing, and plothole-ridden than its predecessor, and it goes somewhat overboard with its glaringly obvious social commentary, but Beneath the Planet of the Apes is a darker, edgier, and more harrowing addition to the franchise with an improved lead actor performance from James Franciscus and yet another superb twist ending.
(de) wrote: Thanks for trying to be original but t was dragged out unnecessarily graphic. I can see most people not liking it but if you like oddball off the wall slow moving anticlimactic movie then here ya go.
(nl) wrote: Far funnier than I imagined it to be. The lead trio had the right blend of chemistry that had me laughing out loud several times.
(it) wrote: Took a while before this movie made its point. The only thing worth seeing here is Woodley.
(jp) wrote: Best kiss in film history!