The Man in the Iron Mask

The Man in the Iron Mask

The story of Louis XIV of France and his attempts to keep his identical twin brother Philippe imprisoned away from sight and knowledge of the public, and Philippe's rescue by the aging Musketeers, led by D'Artagnan.

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The Man in the Iron Mask torrent reviews

Ibraheem M (it) wrote: C-Action movie that I've only watched because I've ran out of good films.

Greg W (au) wrote: great debute for ward

Adam B (fr) wrote: The layers of this story are weaved together with such subtlety and care I can't help but feel so connected to the characters. The humour in this makes the drama that much more, well, dramatic! This is a must see for any animated lover. Better yet it is free for everyone because of the director's views on how copyrights clash with creativity.

samuel j (ru) wrote: A great and moving War Film with a powerful story, the core of its basis is so juicy you can't turn away. Its pure devotion.

Guilherme V (ru) wrote: VERY GOOD BUT ONLY LIKE 12% BETTER THEN THE 1st

Glenn C (fr) wrote: I reckon that Trapped In Paradise is a bit of an underdog. It was poorly received and it sort of slipped into obscurity. Time has served it well and each year I watch it again with a greater appreciation. Nicholas Cage stars as a nice guy trying to live an honest life while trying to keep his two thieving brothers along the straight and narrow after they are freshly released from prison. The brothers are played by Jon Lovitz and Dana Carvey. The two of them lure Cage to a small town called Paradise where old fashion values are still a virtue and their bank is a quick no-brainer robbery waiting to happen. And so the trio rob the bank on Christmas Eve only to find themselves stranded in Paradise by a blizzard. Unable to escape the brothers find themselves taken in by the locals and constant acts of kindness begin to eat at their conscience. It's an understated movie that doesn't impose it's Christmas values upon the audience but rather warms to you slowly. Richard Jenkins co-stars as the FBI agent on the brothers' trail and he adds a nice Jenkinsey touch (I love the guy). As I said, each year this movie grows on me more and I'm beginning to really love it.

Paul D (ru) wrote: Charming period drama adaptation smartly capturing innocence and its corruption.

Bruce H (ru) wrote: A solid, buddy-cop movie, with an alien twist. Good fun, but the synth music soundtrack ended up being a tad dated.

Terry C (au) wrote: favorite move when I was lil lol

Tit M (br) wrote: tenu une demi heure lent et pas prenant a oublier

Marcus H (ag) wrote: A very well put together and moving documentary about a man, a movement, and especially a time and place. Recommended.

Daniel P (de) wrote: By combining a romantic, albeit melodramatic, love story with breathtaking spectacle, James Cameron brings a historical disaster to vivid life in Titanic, a film that, although flawed, succeeds as a thoroughly entertaining epic.

Facebook U (gb) wrote: After two films, Oceans Thirteen manages to present some new ideas to the series that keep audiences entertained and even wanting more, while still delivering on the wit, humor, and colorful cast the first two gave us.

Ethan P (mx) wrote: "Sing Street" made me the happiest I've been watching a movie in years. At least on my first viewing (I've seen it probably eight times over the past year). And I say during my first viewing, because that's when I was able to fully let the music effect me and pump me up. It was new and exciting. Don't get me wrong, I still love the movie every time I watch it. It's just that after that initial viewing I was able to focus more on the melancholy overtones that the music kind of muffles at first.But whether it made me happy or sad or happy-sad, Sing Street is a wonderful movie. It's?? far from a technical marvel, and I can't imagine anyone will take influence on visual storytelling from it, but it's a well written musical that has a love for its characters you can't find in many other movies.The eighties are an overplayed genre right now. It seems like since "Drive" came out back in 2011 every media marketing team is obsessed with neon lights and pulsating synth. "Sing Street" breaks free of this disco fever-dream by displaying the decade as the director saw it as a kid. The streets are grey and the clothes are washed out. But rock music acts as an uplifting distraction, by being the source of almost all color and light.The performances in this film are all great, especially considering the ages of most of the stars. I'm generally not a fan of kid actors, but the ones cast here are really good. And while she isn't really a kid, I thought Lucy Boynton was a definite stand out. Sixteen-year-old Raphina is a complicated person, and the twenty-something actress managed to dive under every layer to bring out something really special.The events that happen in the movie are interesting on their own, but the music is obviously the thing that separates this from other coming-of-age dramedies. It's all decade appropriate for sure, but above all else it's just really good. I've been listening to the complete soundtrack on its own ever since I saw the film. It grows and matures as the characters writing it do, and the influences behind each song become less obvious as the band developed its own style. I love it.Actualy, "I love it," is a great way to summarize how I feel about "Sing Street." Five out of five Mars Bars. I love it.