The Secret Book
The search for the Secret Book of the Bogomils brings Guy Chevalier (Thierry Fremont) to Macedonia. There, he is haunted by the spirit of the Gardian of the book and followed by unknown forces. Little by little, he starts loosing his mind and his identity.
- Stars:Jean-Claude Carrière, Thierry Frémont, Labina Mitevska, Vlado Jovanovski, Kiril Ristoski, Meto Jovanovski, Vladimir Svetiev, Petar Mircevski, Aleksandar Caminski, Djordji Jolevski, Liljana Veljanovska, Arna Shijak, Joana Popovska, Dimitar Zozi, Petar Temelkovski,
- Country:Republic of Macedonia
- Director:Vlado Cvetanovski,
- Writer:Ljube Cvetanovski, Jordan Plevnes
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The Secret Book torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Un film qui se reve rock mais qui manque tellement de fougue, de rebellion, de delire, de sauvagerie. Le jeune casting en defaut de convictions ne pese pas lourd et inevitablement Marc-Andre Grondin assure la partition la plus solide...
(us) wrote: Disney reivindica la historia original y le hace un poco de justicia
(nl) wrote: Political satire is not my cup of tea but somehow Warren Beatty makes this comedy taste good.
(nl) wrote: A movie about a girl whose family is murdered by crooked cops, and to hide from them she has to live with a hit man. Oldman overacts to the point of ridiculousness. Jean Reno does a decent job but nothing exceptional. I think this is the first movie I've ever seen where a 12 year old child is a better actress than the adults. Natalie Portman is so wonderful in this that I can't stop watching her.
(es) wrote: I must admit I didn't really find a lot of humor in this one. This is more of a disturbing and awkward movie about a guy who spends the summer watching after his mother who has a broken leg. I could tell more but I'll let people who are curious check it out. It's well made but creepy.
(mx) wrote: Jeremy Irons stars as Tom Crick, a morose (typical Irons) history teacher who's past is full of tragedies and oddly grim experiences. He becomes nervous after being unable of successfully teaching his students about the French revolution, so he starts sharing his painful experiences about his teenage days. The most interesting part about the plot is how he describes his past in the fenlands of England, and storytelling takes an interesting turn where there's a point in which the line between present and past blurs, showing Jeremy Irons with his students as if they were going on a field trip through Irons's story. Ethan Hawke plays a rebellious student who begins questioning Crick's stories and tells him that he just wants to keep the students interested. Another key character in the story is Tom Crick's wife Mary, who shared much of Tom's experiences in the past to the point where it's shown that they used to have sex in an abandoned mill. Something crucial happens that also involves Tom's mentally handicapped brother leading to a tragic chapter in Tom's life. Mary becomes unable to bear a baby and that troubles her to the point of stealing a baby. Waterland is a touching film, the events are shown carefully through Crick's stories. Everything that happens contributes to Crick's pain and it's not hard to see why. In Crick's stories we see how he begins as a carefree, joyful teenager and slowly becomes depressed because of the events told in the stories. It is a very recommendable film, even though it has it's flaws. The developing of the plot is very original and interesting because of its careful structure, and the performances are excellent, even better than the plot itself, Jeremy Irons holds everything together pretty well with his performance and in the end the viewer really feels sad for Irons's character.
(ca) wrote: While Last Picture Show was clearly Sonny's story, Texasville decides to relegate him to the background (Timothy Bottoms not being the draw he once was, apparently) and focuses instead on Duane and Jacey -- whose story clearly ended all those years ago, as it certainly doesn't go anywhere here.Almost everyone returns for this sequel, which is kind of sad, when you think about it. Cloris Leachman and Eileen Brennan reprise their roles, but they needn't have done, as the characters have nothing to do with the story (such as it is). And Randy Quaid is at his most annoying, playing a variation on his Cousin Eddie character.No, I could have done without this one altogether.
(us) wrote: Sounds cool. Kinda like Hannibal Lecter.
(fr) wrote: 5 stars just for the name
(gb) wrote: 2.5: Strange film. It's a far cry from most other romantic comedies of the day and comparing it to contemporary versions would be like comparing night and day, as the Cole Porter song in the film goes. Tracy and Hepburn work well together, but the script is written a bit too loose and carefree to take full advantage of their chemistry. Tracy was very kooky and Hepburn was Hepburn. You can definitely tell they're enjoying themselves. Men of Tracy's age routinely starred as romantic interests back then, but the women were definitely not Hepburn's age (unless one is talking about Audrey and not Katharine). I didn't find the jokes terribly amusing, but that didn't prevent me from enjoying the picture. Like most romantic comedies the premise and plot of the picture is pretty ridiculous, but not screwball comedy ridiculous. It's nice to know some things never really change. The massive computer was funny. I wonder how many films outside the science fiction genre included anything like it prior to 1957. Worth seeing but a bit of a disappointment for me, although I was pretty tired while watching it on a plane.
(es) wrote: This is probably one of the worst movies I have ever seen in my life, likes there no excuse. This movie shouldn't have even been made.. None of it makes any damn sense, nothing is explained. I had way more questions than answers from the little bit of plot the movie did give me and the frogs never shut the hell up. Through the whole movie they are irritatingly annoying you. The first death isn't even caused by a frog.. it makes no sense. Avoid this movie, don't even think of watching it. Its just bad, and took itself way to seriously. Some say it falls into the so bad its good category, but its really so bad its bad.
(br) wrote: was laughing the whole time! !
(jp) wrote: A truly horrid film.