The Secret of Moonacre

The Secret of Moonacre

When 13 year old Maria Merryweather's father dies, leaving her orphaned and homeless, she is forced to leave her luxurious London life to go and live with Sir Benjamin, an eccentric uncle she didn't know she had, at the mysterious Moonacre Manor.

After the funerals of her parents, Maria Merryweather finds a book that her father left her and discover that she is the last princess of the Moonacre Valley. Forced to move and live with her eccentric uncle in the Moonacre Valley, Maria soon finds herself in charge of protecting the countryside from destruction. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Secret of Moonacre torrent reviews

Carlos M (fr) wrote: Rahim and Seydoux display a great chemistry together in this delicate drama that Zlotowski conducts with a candid approach while knowing well how to inject tension in the scenes at the nuclear plant, although it also builds to a not very satisfying conclusion.

Gustavo B (gb) wrote: La peor pelicula que vi en mucho tiempo... y encima dura 3 horas...

Ter W (nl) wrote: one of weirdest fucking movies i've ever seen

Lisa T (nl) wrote: Saw it on Netflix. Smart take on the social-societal aspects, but slow in parts.

Ana V (ca) wrote: Allen en su esplendor, la reafirmacin la grandeza de su humor a finales de los 90s.

Matthew H (kr) wrote: Sneakers borderlines on the goofy sometimes, but overall is a well-put-together drama that is somewhat implausible but never fails to entertain, especially when the movie is at the helms of Redford.

Stephanie H (ru) wrote: great filming of San Francisco

Ed C (kr) wrote: One line summary Fine, well-acted mystery-thriller set in the near future.------------------------------- Morgan takes a polygraph test for his job at Digicorp, where he is to do corporate espionage, primarily against Digicorp's rival, Sunways Systems. He gets a new identity, Jack Thursby, and Morgan is to fill in the blanks on what personality Jack has. His usual job is to go to conferences and listen and record speeches given by rival companies. His first assignment takes him to Buffalo, where Jack represents Fairway Fragrances. He has opportunities to prop up his cover stories, like smoking cigarettes, drinking single malt scotch, and having grown up in the south pacific islands. He meets Rita on his first trip. Between the first and second trip, Morgan tells his wife that her father can forget Morgan's working for him. She tells him he can either apologise or leave the house, which I presume he did. His next trip is to Omaha. Rita intervenes: gives him meds to deal with his headaches, tells him not to turn on his pen. He does neither, and he still gets visions and headaches. He starts taking the meds. He's given a cryptic way of contacting Rita. She starts his education. At his next convention talk, he sees something entirely different. Her warnings save him from some very bad possibilities. What follows is an indoctrination: he is Jack Thursby, not Morgan Sullivan; he has a different wife, and his home base is with her in a different state. He makes it 'home;' there is a woman in residence who seems to know him and is warm to him, which is one huge improvement for him. Then he's off to a job interview at Sunways where his 'neurograph' shows he's lying. Sunways wants him to be a double agent against Digicorp. Their security chief lets him know that his real home is up for sale, and his wife his divorcing him. He also lets him know that Digicorp expects him to act as Jack Thursby; any sign of Morgan will result in his elimination. He finds that Rita does not work for Sunways, but for Sebastian Rooks. Jack goes to work with Sunways; his first job is to bug his new home. He finds that his new 'wife' is a Digicorp agent. He seeks a way out. Rita tells him to stay in place, so that Digicorp will think that they have established Jack within Sunways. Rita discusses a way out via Rooks. There are more surprises along the way. Will Jack ever make it out of this complicated mess?--------Scores-------- Cinematography: 10/10 Very good. Sound: 10/10 No problems. Acting: 10/10 Lucy Liu, Jeremy Northam, Nigel Bennett, and David Hewlett were excellent. Screenplay: 8/10 There seemed to be too many layers of charades at times. I loved the ending, though, which seemed to make it all worth while.

Charles S (de) wrote: I absolutely love the baron. Pepper nit so much.

Indira S (us) wrote: LOL pixar oh pixar ^^

Steve D (jp) wrote: May have been hurt by studio expectations, but Avengers 2 is just as much fun as the first with more great characters added for good measure.

Bill P (ca) wrote: Would give it a zero if possible

Chase M (es) wrote: for a movie that solely consists of a guy sitting at a desk and detailing medical problems regarding his eye, this movie kicked ass