The Age of Innocence

The Age of Innocence

Tale of 19th century New York high society in which a young lawyer falls in love with a woman separated from her husband, while he is engaged to the woman's cousin.

Wealthy lawyer Newland Archer is engaged to sweet socialite May Welland in 1870s New York only because he is in love with May's cousin, a woman separated from her husband. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Age of Innocence torrent reviews

David G (jp) wrote: I really like Guy Pearce in this film. But that's all that's good about it.Frankly, I spent half the film trying to work out what Rey was saying and even then, it seems like a huge bloodbath just to retrieve a stolen car. Therein lies the problem with this film. Is it post-apocalyptic or not? You genuinely believe this at the start of the film. Then up crops a doctor who fixes wounds, trains pass by, a hotel room appears with the lights on, the police, the army appear to enforce order and strangely - for a world without petrol referred to early on in the film - Guy Pearce finds enough gasoline to burn the bodies at the end. Australian post-apocalypse? Stick to Mad Max.

Rod G (es) wrote: Dreamworks una vez ms nos trae un especial navideo, esta vez con los personajes de su exitosa pelcula "How To Train Your Own Dragon", y lo ms sorprendente de este corto episodio es que no es en nada igual a los otros cortos navideos de DreamWorks, ya que sigue teniendo el mismo nivel de calidad que la pelcula no ofreci, contandonos una historia completamente nueva, original y divertida.

Rob M (ru) wrote: Over rated by the critics.

Ro B (de) wrote: This action packed gem is a must see for all disaster craving viewers. Tornadoes, hurricanes, hackers, gun shot wounds...what more can you want in a movie!

Private U (au) wrote: Underrated performances--I think it is a stunning movie! Ash is very convincing as the quintessential bihari housewife! Mouli ganguly's performance is refined!

Sean L (us) wrote: A very loyal, by-the-numbers adaptation of the first Hannibal Lecter novel, strangely saved for last in the Anthony Hopkins trilogy. It's about as direct a cut from page to screen as I've seen, which is refreshing, but something about the mood doesn't feel right. This is more of a procedural thriller than a psychological one, and that's fine if the screenplay is able to adjust appropriately. Instead, it keeps trying to push both sets of buttons, which makes this feel like two different movies under the same marquee. The lead casting is regrettable - Ed Norton feels flat and babyfaced as troubled ex-detective Will Graham and Harvey Keitel is terribly misplaced as Jack Crawford, his stiff supervisor - and even the more dependable act isn't completely up to snuff. Hopkins is a mild disappointment in his final turn as Lecter, over-enhancing many of the nuances that had always made him so harrowing in the role, and it's a reach to buy this as a prequel when he's so visibly aged in the interim. Ralph Fiennes is excellent as the madman Francis Dolarhyde, though, and Philip Seymour Hoffman nails his small role as a smarmy, mouth-breathing tabloid reporter. The film is mostly played for fan service, honestly, and at that it's generally very successful. It's far from essential, though, which is a shame. This could've been so much more with a better director and a few alternate casting decisions.

David F (nl) wrote: Not Astaire's best work.

Casey C (au) wrote: Even though it's setting is interesting for a comedy like this I didn't really find this one funny. I also don't understand why this would be in AFI's top 100 list.

Raelene S (br) wrote: If i ignore the immensely over the top acting by the indian guy James Stewart shoots (it really was funny), i can quite like this film, i can totally put up with a western these days i don't know whats come over me!!

bill s (us) wrote: I'd rather have a drill bit to the forehead than watch one more minute of the crap.

John L (gb) wrote: More like Forrest Lump of Shit! This movie is so dumb. You wanna watch a good Tom Hanks movie check out the Burbs or Turner and Hooch

Brad S (it) wrote: This one is a disappointment, which is a shame as Tom Hiddleston is excellent in the title role. Hank Williams was a fascinating person and this should have been a great film, but it's just not well written and directed,it's more like a TV movie. It's a shame, because there was some real potential here. Fans of Hiddleston might get something out of it, but everyone else should skip it!