The Magus

A teacher on a Greek island becomes involved in bizarre mind-games with the island's magus (magician) and a beautiful young woman.

A teacher on a Greek island becomes involved in bizarre mind-games with the island's magus (magician) and a beautiful young woman

The Magus is the best great movie of John Fowles (screenplay), John Fowles (novel). The released year of this movie is 1968. You can check list actors in this movie torrents, for example Michael Caine, Anthony Quinn, Candice Bergen, Anna Karina, Paul Stassino, Julian Glover, Takis Emmanuel, George Pastell, Danièle Noël, Jerome Willis, Ethel Farrugia, Andreas Malandrinos, George Kafkaris, Anthony Newlands, Stack Constantino. There are many categories, such as Mystery. The rating is 5.9 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie to watch. Share this movies torrent to support us . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alex H (us)

Sorry Nicolas. Overall it's probably best to give this one a miss. However, this could just be since everyone else is so batshit insane that it makes his performance look that more textured and controlled. Harry Dean Stanton in particular doesn't seem to have read Cage's brief and plays a rather poorly written character much better than it deserves. I wouldn't say it's all bad though, there are some scenes amongst the mentalness that work and are fairly emotional when taken in isolation. His own cameo performance as a crazy gay pimp is the highlight of the film, but also reminds you that you do need other actors to play it decidedly more straight to help balance out the craziness. He seems to carry the same idea's forward when he is directing, commanding each of his actors to overact and overusing slightly gimmicky camera tricks along with other narrative methods that have already worn thin. What I like so much about Nicolas Cage as an actor, the manic and darkly comical intensity he brings to each of his roles, is tragicly the reason the whole film fails. It almost feels as if the entire thing was added in just so the film would be able to have a way to end, which it does in a fairly predictible manner. I felt that the relationship wasn't really focused enough on during the film, leaving it feeling extremely underdeveloped. He then meets his mothers "new girl" and develops some kind of strange relationship with her. The plot focuses on a male prostitute who has returned from the army and decides to be done with whoreing himself aboutm, agaisnt the wishes of his mother whom he has gone back to live with. It is also the only film that he has ever directed and unfortunatly it's easy to tell why. I am not going to lie to you, the only reason that I decided to watch this film was because I am a massive Nicolas Cage fan and this is his directorial debut

Brandon W (gb)

As is, Mulan has a lot of heart, and good humor to entertain both the kids and adults. It's not the acting or the design which he looks menacing and sounds like one too, it's the character development which I know nothing of this guy except that he wants people to bow to him, that's it. The only problem I had with this movie, is the main villain. The action is good, and the plot is nicely well putted. The songs are very memorable, especially "I'll Make a Man Out of You" which is probably one of my favorite Disney songs. It was off for Mushu to to be voiced by Eddie Murphy which you can tell that it's him, but he was pretty funny and kind of a riot to watch. The acting is great, and the writing by tons of people is pretty solid. The characters are really good and fun to watch. The animation is impressive to look at and at times, it even shows some grand scales of the scenes which is really cool. It's a bit refreshing for a Disney movie to have no princess character. Disney's Mulan is a really great movie that it's nice to see a new location that's not your typical Disney movie

Chibi M (it)

Own it, and like it a lot watch it all the time

Chris R (de)

It is a film with a clear, ambitious vision and a film that fully utilized visual medium (this story wouldn't be nearly as effective as a novel). Though I would not say that his is the greatest film of the 00s, I am not surprised or disappointed that it topped the critics' list. Yet not recognizing the brilliance of it by 'nitpicking' is also unfair. Forgiving its 'faults' by saying 'that was the point' seems too easy, too dismissive. It is difficult to give a numbered rating to Mulholland Dr. Of course there is inability with film to observe it all at once, but I think the film should be judged by its complete picture as a whole. The same should be true about film. If you look at a painting, you aren't supposed to look at it square centimeter by square centimeter and judge those pieces separately and independently of the rest of the work. I am still left wondering if perhaps there was a better way to go about it, something where the minute to minute of the film could've been more inviting. and he accomplished it masterfully. Does the non-enjoyability, the non-entertainment factor make these movies bad?David Lynch had a clear vision with Mulholland Dr. Some movies are utterly depressing and there is an entire genre of film which purpose is to cause dread, fear, disgust, and revulsion. Then again film isn't meant to just be pure entertainment. So, the question arises: is it a good movie or a bad movie? I did not enjoy the experience for the most part. is the very definition of being 'more than a sum of its parts'. Mulholland Dr. The disjointed, almost incoherent collection of scenes suddenly all fit together. I will not go into detail, but once the movie was over once I had gotten the complete picture, suddenly everything made sense. But then something amazing happened. There were a few moments here and there that resonated with me, but overall it seemed like overwhelmingly mediocre. The film is eccentric and weird and doesn't even have the counter balance of deep characters or breathtaking visuals to entice and engross. I just didn't understand the appeal. For two thirds of the film I was on the precipice of boredom. topped the list, I thought it would be best to give Lynch another shot. After the BBC came out with a list of the best movies from the 00s as voted by critics and Mulholland Dr. I can sort of understand his cult following and why he is respected, but it just doesn't seem to be for me. I have seen other David Lynch films in the past, but haven't particularly enjoyed them. for the first time, the question has more weight. This has always been something I have thought about, but after watching Mulholland Dr. In this circumstance the notions of 'good' and 'bad' become somewhat troublesome. The latter lacks deep substance, but accomplishes its goals of trying to be a broadly appealing, money making, forgettable comedy. So which is worse: a mediocre 'artsy' film or an Adam Sandler comedy? The former may have artistic merit, but is poorly executed. Not every filmmaker is trying to make art, just like every author isn't trying to win the Nobel Prize in literature. I choose to take the lens that movies are works of art, but that can itself create more questions than it answers. What is a 'good' movie and what is a 'bad movie? The answer depends on what the point of a film is

David B (es)

reat!. . funny japanese film with a twisted plot, well paced, full of odd-balls with no sense of ridicule, old-school cars

David D (us)

How is this entertainment in any way?

Dre C (nl)

if you haven't seen this movie then you better see it soon because your missing out. this movie is better than the first and i think it still holds as the best terminator movie so far. This movie is one of my all time favorites and never gets old watching

Jess L (de)

Apart from that an enjoyable and certainly different movie experience from what I have been watching lately. We are told at the start of the film that a murder was committed so we eagerly watch to discover who, where and why and although it becomes obvious who it will be it is a slow journey to discover why and the ending though ultimately satisfying is let down somewhat by a day time soap feel as Taylor shrieks her lungs off and the camera moves speedily between the three characters in the room a few too many times. She holds a firm control on her character as does Brando as his character teeters on the issue of homosexuality. The performances are all wonderful, Taylor is quite subdued until the final scene. When Anacleto paints the golden peacock 'in whose eye the world is a mere reflection' it all begins to make sense, and the golden colour of this film becomes an essential component of the film. This film resonated in my mind long after watching it; the golden hue of the film was at first annoying but soon added to the overall feel of the film. It is extremely slow paced but gradually builds in tension to the climax and a rather annoying ending. This was a fascinating movie

Love M (es)

/6/2013. Humorous in parts, lackluster in others. A Dutch horror that consciously mocks the zombie genre

Mariko N (de)

Made me cry when I saw his painting of his love with eyes