The Dark Crystal

The Dark Crystal

On another planet in the distant past, a Gelfling embarks on a quest to find the missing shard of a magical crystal and restore order to his world, before the grotesque race of Skeksis find and use the crystal for evil.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1982
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:surrealism,   epic,   magic,  

On another planet in the distant past, Jen, a member of the Gelfling tribe, sets out to find the crystal's missing shard. His dangerous journey brings him face to face with monsters at every turn, but determined to restore peace to their planet, Jen will not back down! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Dark Crystal torrent reviews

Gabriel K (jp) wrote: This darkly funny comedy-drama starts off promising, but in the second half becomes increasingly cliched and idiotic.

Ryan C (de) wrote: The charm of Anne Hathaway and the ferociousness of Merl Streep help keep this dramedy afloat in this movie about working in the fashion industry without being too bogged down by clichs.

Fivos G (mx) wrote: I would probably prefer it in Theater. Not bad attempt though!

Tommy H (es) wrote: Brian DePalma did a good job directing. He captured the perfect mood and settings for this kind of movie. But that's about the best thing I can say about it. It's definitely not bad, but there's a few things that annoyed me. Mostly the acting. I can't watch Travolta in serious movies. It doesn't work for me. He's best in action and comedies. Nancy Allen I always found annoying. Lithgow, he had his scary moments and he's a great actor, but here the role was just a little too cartoonish for my liking. I could go on. It seemed every character annoyed me in some way. And there's the weird, artsy shots; like with the owl and all the split screens like it's trying to be a comic book. It's just too goofy. I was also expecting a little more of a story. I mean, not a whole lot happens in the movie. It just doesn't look that way from Travolta's perspective because he's pretty much in the dark the whole time. The movie is still good, though. It's directed well and the mystery is somewhat interesting so I had to force myself a little, but I got through the movie and enjoyed it. One thing I can say is it's definitely unique.

Andy P (it) wrote: As much as a fantastic comedian Buster Keaton was, Steamboat Jr was as much a showcase for his directorial talents: the climactic typhoon sequence is full of meticulously staged action, superbly paced suspense and virtuoso stunts performed by the funnyman himself.

Derek R (us) wrote: This was the most god awful piece of garbage I ever had the displeasure of sitting through.The acting was atrocious. The plot was ridiculous, and I'm not talking about the shark aspect. I'm taking about the "Navy's only solution for beating a shark is to build a metal, crappier shark with absolutely no way of seeing whats going on, no tracking ability and torpedo's worse than WW2 ones". Oh and while we're at it, lets let two of the most incompetent people on earth control it. Let's have her do nothing but randomly fire torpedo's and flip switches. And hell, while were at it, lets throw in a little girl lost from her mommy, who runs away from people trying to help her, but then stands and stares at a giant metal shark trying to kill her. I mean.. GOD...I've never actually been left angry after watching a movie until I saw this.

Indra W (au) wrote: Slapstick comedy, the kind of humor that you'd see in a parody, but this is not a parody, so it just does not work.

Arun G (it) wrote: A precursor to modern zombie thrillers, starring Canadian porn actress Marilyn Chambers!!!

Bill R (fr) wrote: with the cast line up like it was, I felt everyone was just not used to their full potential. but on the other hand, they did as well as they could with what they were given. a story of cat and mouse game between cops and killers and the outcome is predictable. I'm not familiar with the story it's based on so I can't compare but the movie itself needed more work.