The Other Boleyn Girl
Based on the controversial novel by Philippa Gregory, "The Other Boleyn Girl" is a fictionalised account of the life of Lady Mary Boleyn (Natascha McElhone) who becomes mistress to England's king, Henry VIII (Jared Harris), before being ousted by her younger sister, Anne (Jodhi May.) Mary leaves the Court to marry a commoner, but returns when Anne embarks on a reckless policy to save herself from ruin.
- Stars:Natascha McElhone, Jodhi May, Jared Harris, Steven Mackintosh, Philip Glenister, Jack Shepherd, John Woodvine, Ron Cook, Anthony Howell, Jane Gurnett, Yolanda Vazquez, Geoffrey Streatfield, Oliver Chris, Naomi Benson, Zoe Waites,
- Director:Philippa Lowthorpe,
- Writer:Philippa Gregory (novel), Philippa Lowthorpe
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The Other Boleyn Girl torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: with the premise of this movie, it'll be either good or just terrible. In this case it turned out good. It was funny more times then I can count and we'll acted. it's got a bit of gore but more on the black comedy side. enjoyable for some laughs but not for the squeamish haha
(fr) wrote: Excellent little indy film from American director Matthew Gordon. Very well shot, acted & written, this film shows an unusual face of the deep south in America, far from the glitters of giant cities, we see the struggles of a 15years old who's trying his best to keep it all together. It's brilliant.
(ru) wrote: this was so boring and awkward. stupid.
(kr) wrote: what a piece of crap dont waste your time this doesnt even deserve half a star
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(es) wrote: This movie shows how easy it is to have hate take over even logic and common sense. EVERY person needs to see this movie.
(au) wrote: Many moments of laugh-out-loud comedy. But somehow those moments never add up to a fully satisfying viewing experience.
(de) wrote: Average direct-to-video noir about a maverick cop investagating a murder that leads to the Triads, City Hall, Kinky sex clubs and the NYPD, as he falls for the victims roomate, a blonde with a mysterious past. Nothing new here, though Lori Heuring (the blonde) is easy on the eyes, and Tom Berenger is good (he should be he's been playing this role for about 10 years at the very least). Looks deceint, though there's a destinct lack of inspiration (the biggest standout in the movie is Berengers line "I'm getting fucked, and I'm not enjoying it like I should"). Catch it if its on tv and there's nothing else to watch, but you wouldn't be missing anything if you gave this a miss.
(ru) wrote: "August" is theoretically a movie about a guy who runs a dot com that starts off huge and then spirals into oblivion and how he tries to save his company....but...nothing happens. At all. Harnett, as Tom Sterling, doesn't do anything to actually try to grab hold of the reigns...his ex-girlfriend randomly walks back into his life for no reason, and he has issues with his father. Those issues are never mentioned...nor is the actual function of Sterling's dot com. And then a random appearance by David Bowie. I mean...WTF? Avoid at all costs.
(nl) wrote: Though relatively unknown, the reputation of One False Move amongst film critics is immense. David Thompson calls it the best thriller of the last twenty years (writing in 2011). Directed by Carl Franklin, best known for The Devil in the Blue Dress, but otherwise a director who hasn't really done anything of major note, and now directs TV, holds the reins of this film, based on a script written by Billy Bob Thornton and Tom Epperson. The premise is simple enough: two killers and one girlfriend murder some folk in a drug deal gone bad, and flee across America, heading towards a rural Arkansas town. The police know they are headed there too, and so join forces with a rural cop, Dale "Hurricane" Dixon, played with aplomb by Bill Paxton. At first its a film that doesn't quite seem to have an identity: it begins as a violent and shocking film, morphs into a clash of cultures comedy, then becomes something rather more distinctive. What makes this film stand out from other contemporary thrillers is its sense of place. You really breathe the air of this hick-town. You can smell the horse manure on its streets, the scent of cheap bourbon on the breaths of its inhabitants. After we've left LA behind, it has an authenticity and a genuine mood. The two villains are dangerous men, and they commit acts that shock. The final show down, rather than being all guns blazing (though they do blaze) is about the emotional connections. It becomes a human drama. A film where the look of a son unknown is more important than resolving the case or the saving of lives. it is a genuine moment in a film full of them.
(fr) wrote: the smile of an Angel: ""Whenever you feel sad, come back here, come back to this beautiful woods, It will bring you joy and peace"
(ru) wrote: perfect sunday afteroon viewing
(ca) wrote: OK, but not great. I am not a skier, but the skiing sequences were fantastic, and gave a good feel for what the sport must be like. The central plot was OK, but drifted, and the sub-plots seemed to go nowhere. Robert Redford is solid in the lead role. Gene Hackman gives good support.
(au) wrote: Great wee film. Worth watching.