The Last Of Robin Hood
Errol Flynn, the swashbuckling Hollywood star and notorious ladies man, flouted convention all his life, but never more brazenly than in his last years when, swimming in vodka and unwilling to face his mortality, he undertook a liaison with an aspiring actress, Beverly Aadland. The two had a high-flying affair that spanned the globe and was enabled by the girl's fame-obsessed mother, Florence. It all came crashing to an end in October 1959, when events forced the relationship into the open, sparking an avalanche of publicity castigating Beverly and her mother - which only fed Florence's need to stay in the spotlight.
- Category:Biography, Drama, Romance
- Stars:Dakota Fanning, Susan Sarandon, Kevin Kline, Max Casella, Matthew Kane,
- Director:Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland, Wash West,
- Writer:Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland
The true story of Beverly Aadland, a teen starlet who became the last girlfriend of legendary swashbuckler Errol Flynn. The Last of Robin Hood is a poignant yet darkly comic coming-of-age tale about the desire for fame and the price it exacts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last Of Robin Hood torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: The pros and cons of immaturity.
(br) wrote: This film had an interesting concept which was terribly presented. Full of "What was that?!" moments, yet sprinkled with some small intense moments, The Houses October Built doesn't hit the mark.
(br) wrote: havent even seen it but i knw alread its THE WORST MOVIE EVERRRR
(jp) wrote: It has Hammer -70s cheesy tv show atmosphere but I liked it..Are you going to let the critics decide?
(mx) wrote: Well, this is not the movie everyone desire to watch by themselves unless someone suggest or forced to. I always take chances in under-rated, under-appreciated and b grade movies. So that is how my road led here to review what I found with my latest watch. First of all, this movie was made under a tight budget and each scene was carefully carved. So the production quality won't stand up to your expectations, but very much acceptable. A beautiful drama with the series of most compelling messages. Of course, the reality is there though it lacked in good performances throughout. All the actors were fresh, (I am not sure that, but I did not find any familiar faces and with their performances I thought so) but the crew extracted the best possibly could get from them. Especially all the four girls were awesome. Each one of them was so peculiar from others. It is the story of them and the summer. The four girls in their eleven on the summer holiday hangouts to have fun and prepare to face the middle school challenges. The narration splits and briefs each girl's family story with all the good and bad that occur. Between that, these girls never stop to group and enjoy the summer. Along making others look better who are in their sorrow and learns to encounter difficulties in life by themselves. A coming-of-age story. It is a feel good movie. Families and women would like it more than young boys and men. Most of the people does not aware of this movie's existence, but now you do after reading this. So if you are qualified to see this like I mention in the above line then go for it without a next thought. Because you might know me in my many reviews with similar taste, if not just ignore. I wish I could recommend it for everyone, but you know movies are barred with genres and categories that splits the audience. To me it was a nice movie to watch once.
(ag) wrote: Outstanding indie movie. Rent it and you won't be disappointed
(mx) wrote: Decent documentary just really slow paced. Tells the story about a company that starts slow then gets huge. Great concept just doesn't seem like it needed to be so long. Kinda sad to see how bad they crashed and burned...oh well.
(us) wrote: Avatar is one of the most visually stunning movies ever and it has great characters and intense action sequences, as well as a very intriguing world. However, it suffers from a very cliche story, bland romance, a a bland villain, and a main lead character that could have been so much better.
(mx) wrote: Can't remember a thing about this. I must have really despised it to only give it a half star. So, it was unmemorably despicable.
(jp) wrote: When its not laughably bad, its just quietly preposterous. What a misfire.
(gb) wrote: SPOOK-A-THON! October 2011 REVIEW #:017 Roger Corman's THE TOMB OF LIGEIA : In the fashion of any good horror film series like the old saying "all good things must come to an end", after Eight feature length films cult movie legend and B-Movie Mogul Roger Corman ended his movie adaptations of the gothic tales of Edgar Allen Poe with the 1964 film THE TOMB OF LIGEIA. What began in 1960 as an American answer to England's popular Gothic horror films of Hammer Studios, the Corman-Poe series had started off to be kind of artistic, in the middle became highly campy and in the last film the moody atmosphere had returned in this final film. Based upon Poe's short story LIGEIA, THE TOMB OF LIGEIA sees the star of most of the series Vincent Price return for his last outing in what can be described as one of the most unique films in the series. Atmospheric and not so studio bound THE TOMB OF LIGEIA like the previous film THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH  was shot in England and in a visually bold move had a lot of outdoor sequences in broad daylight. THE PLOTLINE: After the Widower Verdean (Price) buries his late and strong willed wife The Lady Ligeia in the ruins of his ancient monastery, several years later a Fox Hunt takes place near the grounds. After The Lady Rowena (Elizabeth Sheppard), the daughter of a Local Lord comes across the grounds and after being started by a Black Cat, she comes across the mysterious widower. Rowena starts to fall for Verdean and eventually the pair marries but when it comes high time to leave the ruins of the monastery, someone is not happy for them to leave The Lady Ligeia. OVERALL THOUGHTS: Price instead of being a source of camp humour in other Corman-Poe films like THE RAVEN, Price seems to play the part of Verdean in the same creepy and cold fashion he did for the role of Roderick Usher in the first Corman-Poe film THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER. As for the stunning use of natural light in this film, Corman broke away from his studio bound style of the previous films and had most of the film shot out doors on some stunning landscapes. Shots of the fox hunt, The English Sea Side, A Victorian Wedding procession, and of course the shots of those ruins of that monastery, Corman visually acknowledged the home of his competitors of Hammer Studios. To think that even in his early B-Grade films like CREATURE FROM THE HAUNTED SEA  that was shot on location in Puerto Rico is interesting to see the Studio Bound style of this series break loose in this film is a welcome realise and a befitting ending to this horror series. My rating for THE TOMB OF LIGEIA gets a solid 70% from me.
(ru) wrote: Not as amazing as the critics will tell you but the story plays out in a believable manner considering the odd premise. And make no mistake - it is a love story no matter how bleak it comes across. Colin Farrell does a good job in the lead who plays an awkward introvert which is a refreshing departure from the typical roles I've seen him play. And the sort of people he interacts with at the resort are the same kind of desperate person.The one thing I enjoy about a movie is one that makes you think afterwards. The initial reaction was that I didn't care for the movie when the credits rolled even though this sort of movie is right up my alley. And the wife didn't like this movie at all. But, after hearing her opinion, I change mine to I enjoyed it far more than I give it credit for because it made me think about it. Every complaint she had was quickly debunked. And every complaint kind of cemented how much more I liked than my initial reaction. Which is very unusual for me since my gut reactions are usually spot on.
(de) wrote: Big man being funny around children (and only occasionally shooting people).