The Mark of Zorro

The Mark of Zorro

Around 1820 the son of a California nobleman comes home from Spain to find his native land under a villainous dictatorship. On the one hand he plays the useless fop, while on the other he is the masked avenger Zorro.

The film is based on a novel written by Johnston McCulley. It is about a young aristocrat who attempts to hide who he is because he wants to restore justice to California. What challenges must he face to keep secret? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Mark of Zorro torrent reviews

Matt R (kr) wrote: Like the original, there are more misses than hits. Fortunately the hits are entertaining enough to make the whole package worth watching.

Thomas P (ca) wrote: Definitely not a bad movie, but there was something keeping from that 5 sar & complete 4 star status. I liked it & I might watch it again, but I'm not crazy about it. It ended well. Nice story line. But at times it felt too slow. I guess I'm use to movies that give me a lot. But this is still pretty good. I liked it.

James M (kr) wrote: Ryan Gosling delivers an exceptional performance as a drug-addicted teacher, but aside from the lead actor, I found the movie rather maudlin and manipulative.He's a druggie, teaching young kids, but it's okay because he's teaching civil rights to a load of black students.It's just not Stand & Deliver.

Kenny R (es) wrote: EXCELLENT MOVIE! I highly recommend you see this movie. A gay love story and more that takes place in France during the Nazi rule of Germany. Very touching and emotional movie. The movie is in French with English subtitles.

Harrison R (es) wrote: Really genuinely funny, well-acted movie with actually interesting special effects

Adam R (jp) wrote: Even worse the second time around. Very gruesome and lots of action, but it's missing a real story. It's a boring and difficult movie to sit through. (First full viewing - Early 2002 in theaters)

Jordan A (gb) wrote: Looks very entertaining

Logan M (fr) wrote: It's good because it's just like the show.

Leon B (br) wrote: Friday the 13th: Jason Goes To Hell - The Final Friday is a compulsive mess. This is not how a Friday The 13th movie should be because in the other Friday The 13th movies i don't remember seeing Jason getting inside other peoples bodies and possessing them to kill his victims. Kane Hodder is barely ever in the movie and some of the scenes don't make sense. Example: The starting of the movie is this woman who is staying over in the Voorhees house(I don't remember seeing a Voorhees house in the other movies) and somehow Jason gets into the house. What didn't make sense to me was the part when she runs into the middle of a field and Jason gets blast away by a SWAT team and gets blown up. There is a lot of things missing from this movie that made a fan and critical fail.

Drago C (us) wrote: An enjoyable horror comedy that spawned a host of sequels Critters isn't a masterpiece but it is pretty good at times. Too well shot and enjoyable to be a catastrophe that you can't stop staring at and yet not good enough to be another Gremlins it doesn't manage to stand out. Which is unfortunate as it is the debut of one great director.

Matthys L (br) wrote: It's not good, but not terrible.

Leong C (au) wrote: 70's style, nice storyline with one of Hoffman's finest performance...

Max K (fr) wrote: In 2007, Guillermo Vargas, an artist from Costa Rica, tied a dying, homeless dog to a wall as part of one of an exhibition that took place in Nicaragua. He never fed it, and so it died. I wonder if it in any way was inspired by Luis Bunuel's "Land Without Bread," a surrealist documentary that can seemed to be made for non-Spanish audiences, or at least for people unfamiliar with the Spanish landscape. It is a movie about death and its portrayals of its subject seem shocking and dehumanizing, but only at first glance. Watch it once, then watch it again. The shock remains, but we start to find something about it that is just as shocking as the footage itself. (Now for those who have not seen the film, this is where the SPOILER ALERT comes into play.)(Moving on...)What we find out is that Land Without Bread is actually an early mockumentary. What we see is real, but we are only convinced of what we see through the narration and editing. We do not know for sure that the water that the children are drinking and washing themselves with is the same water that a pig tread upon. Is that really a dead baby being floated across the water? Did those men really just pull the head off a rooster? Or do we just think that we saw it? Bunuel masterfully deceives us into believing that all he has told us is all true.

Andreas O (us) wrote: A Dracula among many. Not exactly bad, but nothing special.

Gary W (gb) wrote: An accessible, informative, and inspiring story of a war no one talks about. Tom Hanks does brilliantly outside of his element, and Phillip Seymour Hoffman-as always-does not disappoint. Tied together with an engaging script and superb direction.

Robert M (es) wrote: Jolly enjoyable Sunday afternoon fodder.

Mohammed A (au) wrote: It's good movie to watch