The Ritual

The Ritual

The film was set in 1920s and depicts a rural village in Karnataka, where a young widow—the daughter of a village scholar, who runs a local school—finds herself pregnant after being seduced by a teacher. While the girl remains unaware of the happenings within and around her, she is excommunicated by her father, who performs her funeral rites while she is still alive. The story is told from the perspective of young boy, who returns home as his school shuts down following the incident.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:120 minutes
  • Release:1977
  • Language:Kannada
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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The Ritual torrent reviews

Lauren T (nl) wrote: One of the most amazing movies I have ever seen! I love JFK and history and this just is awesome. Great insight to what happened thAt day and the after effects of it. Would recommend to anyone!

Dave S (au) wrote: I like this movie. I like how it incorporates astral projection. I am open to the idea of that, maybe? It's a cool idea that isn't normally explored in film. I feel like James Wan is a worthy horror director. Rose Byrn is great. I enjoyed listening to her play the piano too.

lowell m (ru) wrote: it was a morderatley good movie it has a proper and logical story but there was several things in the film that i had a poblem or two with like how the teacher opened the door to let the plane out t the perfect time and stuff like that but other wise it was a good move to watch

Barney o (ca) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: A gritty revenge idea was certainly the right way to go after 'Casino Royale,' as Bond's arc seems to naturally evolve here. Yes once again, the character-story in 'Quantum of Solace' is the strongest part of the film, as it plays not to the politics, but to Bond's personal journey. On that note, Daniel Craig excels here yet again in embodying the role even further - and combining that with this revenge story really brings 007's pain home.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Sadly the execution just lacks its predecessors sophistication. That's the case mainly because of the over-abundant action, but also because of the poor writing and the overall plot that backs Bond's arc up. Indeed the story may have the right character drive, but the execution of everything that comes with it is pretty bad overall. Back to the old days then? Well, maybe if this film had featured some smiling call-backs or sexy charm I could have forgiven it's flaws, but instead it smacks you round the face with its relentless grit even harder than Casino Royale did, without the intellegence to warrant it.VERDICT: Bond's Casino Royale arc continues, and thankfully Craig and the story serve the character extremelly well. Shame it all lacks a bit of finesse.

Kimb J (au) wrote: Well made but bias. An star star for Martin Sheen.

Phylisha M (de) wrote: an amazing story of forgiveness

Ro T (ru) wrote: Meh. It had it's moments. A lot of it seemed forced. Jason Lee and Crispin Glover may be geniuses, but the film didn't do them justice. I don't know if it was bad scripting or just too thin a plot. The scenes where it seemed like Lee and Glover were just goofing off together were good, and Xander Berkley had a sort of campy appeal, but the movie as a whole lacked something. Maybe I was just too tired when I watched it, or not in the mood for a comedy.

josue l (br) wrote: the worst superhero movie ever

caden m (br) wrote: its alright, could of been better

Scott C (jp) wrote: One of Spike Lee's worst films. Ultra boring.

Michael L (ag) wrote: arguably one of the most inspiring films ive ever seen : )

Brenda M (ca) wrote: a good Bronson flick

Paul B (fr) wrote: Twins of Evil is one of the fine late additions to the long running Hammer Dracula stories. Featuring a twist on the usual fayre this is the story of a man who becomes a vampire after an horrific act & deal with the devil - this leads to interest from one of the noted Twins whose Witch Finder uncle (a towering Peter Cushing) is determined to end the abomination. Some of the gory elements have been restored in this version & some interesting special effects add to the overall story which, whilst different, doesn't quite hold itself together after a promising start. Damien Thomas as The Count is on massively fine scenery chewing form too

Stephen T (it) wrote: Some scenes from "Tobruk" were spliced into this film and vice versa.

Gabriel R (jp) wrote: Still a solid action flick after the 100th time

NeCrO (jp) wrote: Dissapointing...should of...Could of...Never was