The Interrupted Journey
When John North, a budding author, pulls the communication cord of a late night train that is taking him away on a weekend with his publishers wife, he sets in motion a series of events that lead to a train crash, a murder and a police man hunt, but all is not what it seems.
- Stars:Valerie Hobson, Richard Todd, Christine Norden, Tom Walls, Alexander Gauge, Ralph Truman, Vida Hope, Dora Bryan, Vincent Ball, Jack Vyvian, Cyril Smith, Elsie Wagstaff, Dora Sevening, Nigel Neilson, Arthur Lane,
- Director:Daniel Birt,
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The Interrupted Journey torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Above average zombie thriller. It had a few things new it offered for this genre and many things very similar. It was light on the gore factor which may be a positive for some. The sets seem that same as "I am legend". The young actress did a great job and had some great pivotal scenes at the end of the movie.
(nl) wrote: Norwegian cop movie, not hardcore enough.
(mx) wrote: Wow what a beautiful film. I can't say I enjoyed ever minute of it, but I thought the subject was fascinating! The costumes, were amazing and I pity the actresses who had to spend 5 hours to get into their kimonos. Anyway, I thought that Zhang Ziyi, and Michelle Yeoh and Gong Li, did good jobs. Overall the cast was pretty good. I think the major flaw of the movie was overall interest, it sort of dragged and that is what I think most people are reacting to. The other thing is, this film takes place in Japan and the main stars are Chinese. But to us wonderful Americans, we can't tell the difference! I really enjoyed the story, and I thought the music was terrific. Overall, good movie.
(it) wrote: Cruelly drubbed by many reviewers for folklore inaccuracies (Robin Hood's daughter is of noble blood etc), blatent historical inaccuracies (revealed in the final reel) and the Disney-fied vision of medieval life. This movie (originally made for television) is actually well worth a look and really not all that bad if taken for what it is (a fantasy re-imagining of the what if the good hearted English outlaw Robin Hood had a daughter who followed in her fathers footsteps). With some great acting - especially from Malcolm McDowell as the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham and rising Hollywood star Keira (King Arthur, Pirates of the Caribbean) Knightley as the title character Gwyn. Revolving around the attempts of Robin Hood (and subsequently Gwyn) to safely transport King Richards illegitimate son Phillip to London in an effort to thwart Prince John's designs on the English throne. The movie has enough action to keep the young ones happy and enough drama and romance to make it a diverting picture for the adults.
(ag) wrote: Amusing comedy with a charming lead (Gerard Depardieu) and Andie MacDowell, who always seems to play women who are very difficult to like.
(mx) wrote: well crafted and executed What amazes is that at just 26, Soderbergh displays the three qualities associated with mature filmmakers: a unique authorial voice, a spooky camera assurance, and the easy control of ensemble acting.
(kr) wrote: Even though Eyeball is a much cooler title I watched this as Secrete Killer which is pretty appropriate considering the herrings are redder then the killers rain slicker. While on a bus tour of Spain someone is killing & plucking an eyeball out of those on the tour. Who the hell could it be? W/ most giallos they give you false clues so you don't know the killer is but this one drives it home so much it becomes inane. I didn't bother to try to guess & by the end I didn't care. It should have played to it's stronger suites & had more eyeball gauging & exploited it's Spanish local. Most of all more eyeball trauma (that lesbian didn't even get hers snatched out)..Umberto Lenzi has made much better films but he has made worse
(mx) wrote: The movie which apparently started the Italians making good horror, though this does not resemble those the country would be become known for a decade or two later. This was B/W and seemed to act as a segue between the 30s and 40s gothic-style horror utilizing shadows and lighting for atmosphere with the more graphic and explicitly gory style which was just starting to pop up at this time. Small, but marvelous sets. A beautiful Satanist is killed back in the 1600s only to be resurrected 200 years later as a vampiress. She seeks revenge on her family which had her killed. Avoid the American edit and go for the original.
(mx) wrote: A timeless classic for the masses!
(es) wrote: The ending ruined it for me.
(it) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(ag) wrote: almost amusing but not really
(es) wrote: Despite the story deviations, it's the closet in tone to the original Grimm Brothers' story. Sigourney Weaver is excellent as the queen, and the story is well handled. I only wished they'd developed Lilli Hoffman's character more, and explained her relationship with the miner better. Other than that, a good film.