The Moon and Sixpence
Loosely inspired from Gauguin's life, the story of Charles Strickland, a middle-aged stockbrocker who abandons his middle-classed life, his family, his duties to start painting, what he has always wanted to do. He is from now on a awful human being, wholly devoted to his ideal: beauty.
Loosely inspired from Gauguin's life, the story of Charles Strickland, a middle-aged stockbrocker who abandons his middle-classed life, his family, his duties to start painting, what he has... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Moon and Sixpence torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: A film which by documenting the facts of orthodox Jewish marriages, questions the morality of arranged marriages.
(gb) wrote: Muy entretenida y realista
(gb) wrote: It sounds a bit like sleepy hallow what makes me think this is a severed head and a detective, although I'm not sure of the movie out come I'll give it a some what of a good rating.
(ca) wrote: It's well acted, but it turns out to be just another film about a boring, straight, white, monogamous married couple. It presents a message that is no different than any other Hollywood film about a couple in a similar situation. It suggests that anything that deviates from a "normal" monogamous heterosexual relationship is wrong, and no matter how much trust you believe is rooted in your relationship, nothing will stop you from falling into a jealous rage with your partner. It simply not saying anything new or interesting. We've seen endless films explore relationships from this perspective. It would have been nice if Aselton was willing to bring something new to this area of discussion.
(es) wrote: Put a good looking cast and a cliche-fueled story and you get this. Isn't bad at all, it's predictable and a bit slow.
(fr) wrote: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright get together to continue the work they started with 2004's Shaun of the Dead, this time dropping a parody of cheesy police action flicks. Like its predecessor, it works on a satirical level, but also as a standalone - albeit one with far less heart than we saw in Shaun. Pegg plays Nicholas Angel, a straight-laced London constable who's so fanatical about his job, the top brass worry they'll look bad by comparison and ship him off to the minor leagues. There he partners with Frost, a slobbish underachiever, and swiftly uncovers a vast criminal conspiracy. Fuzz relies heavily on one-liners and sight gags, which are generally pretty effective, but lacks a real emotional hook. That makes for an entertaining two hours, if not for endless re-screenings. The best work comes from the supporting cast, with Timothy Dalton leading the pack as the town's squinting, scheming, mustachioed mastermind grocer. And, of course, Paddy Considine and Rafe Spall are downright show-stealing as the two Andys, resident detectives more concerned with needling newbies than cracking cases. I could've done with a lot more of those guys. A good film, with some big laughs, but no more than that. It's tough to avoid constant comparisons to the team's preceding effort, which isn't a fair match.
(de) wrote: It is a touching story about friendship, growing up, social classes, and politics. The acting was exceptional. The plot was well- written. Awesome story!!!
(jp) wrote: A very weird movie that's extremely entertaining
(au) wrote: Terrible pelcula, justo para un momento como este donde la cabeza no da para buscar algo mejor. Media estrella.
(ag) wrote: My beautiful animaction.
(kr) wrote: Zhang's use of colour, light and dark are really telling of his beginnings as a photographer.
(it) wrote: A good drama about a young mother of two during the depression who loses her husband to the recklessness of a drunk and tackles the daunting task of keeping her home from being foreclosed on by a rather heartless bank. Liked the characters and never got dull. Fine cast.
(jp) wrote: Monotonous. The constant air-battles are obviously impressive but it's just sooooo boring.
(mx) wrote: One of the strongest written comedies ever made, it really does put so many others to shame. Guinness is great playing multiple roles about 30 years before Eddie Murphy, and the film also has a "Kill Bill" element with the names of the targets getting crossed off one by one. A wonderful British film that will live on forever.
(mx) wrote: Not a favourite amongst comic book fans or movie fans but its daring do is a firm favourite with me. Punky and spunky, this movie has girl balls. Lori Petty is a fab as Rebecca and there are so many great bits. Not to mention it passes the Bechdel Test.
(us) wrote: Just OK. Could have been great